Save money this holiday season with these 10+ free Christmas Printables, including gift tags and lots of printables for your decor!
Happy Holidays, sweet friends! The season is upon us and it’s my hope that you will enjoy these free Christmas printables as my gift to you!
I love to create new printables for each season and this one is no different. They make wonderful, inexpensive Christmas decorations – and you know I love that!!
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Today I’m offering 10 varieties of Christmas printables (CLICK HERE) with different messages and styles. Some are horizontal and some are vertical, for every kind of frame or decor option you’d like. They are all made for an 8 x 10 frame, but you can make them smaller to fit a smaller frame just by adjusting your print ratio.
If you would like to print these as home, I highly recommend this wireless color printer. I use it for all of my free printables and it works great! The ink is less expensive than other printers I’ve used in the past and it lasts a long time.
I also recommend printing these kind of printables on cardstock paper.
I’ve created them all in one document this year, so you’ll get them all in one download, but you can choose which pages to print if you don’t want to print them all. Merry Christmas!!
More Free Christmas Printables
I’ve created several other holiday printables in the past, which are here:
Other Free Printables That You Will Love
Free Cotton Wreath with Monogram Printables – download here
These would be great to make free printable Christmas cards or cards for any time of the year!
Enjoy these free printables as you decorate your home!
Tips on Printing out Printable Decor
- Home Printer: If you don’t have a good printer to print these from home, I recommend my printer. I’ve had this printer for a couple years now. The ink lasts a long time and I haven’t had any problems with it. It prints out all of my free printables with no problem!!
- Use Cardstock: I recommend printing your printables on cardstock paper. Regular printer paper is just too thin, easily torn or crumpled and see through.
- Other printer options: If you don’t have a printer at home, I’ve used Staples and Office Depot for printing needs and they were both great!
- I’ve set the printables to print at 100% with some space around the edge to allow for your frame. Also, these print at 8.5×11, which is larger than an 8 x 10 frame. So, you’ll have to trim the borders to make them fit. If for some reason they aren’t fitting in your frame, adjust your scale of the picture in your printing settings and see if that helps. Unfortunately I can’t give specific printer advice because every printer/computer combo is different.
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