Using free Christmas printables is an easy way to decorate for the holiday season! Grab a Merry Christmas printable for free now!
I hope you have been enjoying all the Christmas content! Today we are not talking Christmas crafts, I just have a super easy way to have beautiful Christmas decorations for free!
I started designing a basic Merry Christmas printable for you, and ended up making quite a few. We all have different tastes when it comes to how we like to decorate for the Christmas season, so I always love to give you a bunch of different options.
So I have eight different printables you can use to display as Christmas signs, give as Christmas cards, or to even print out and put in a You’ve Been Elfed bucket to spread holiday cheer!
What’s Included in Merry Christmas Printable Pack
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The following Mery Christmas printables are all sized to 8 inches by 10 inches to fit a standard frame, but you can easily change the paper size within your printer settings to print them out to fit whatever size you need!
You can easily print one of the signs out at a size of 5×7 or 4×6, attach gift cards to the back and give them as an easy present!
A few of the printables have watercolor images if you like more of a rustic Christmas feel.
This one is more like a picture, so it will use the most printer ink, but would look beautiful in a frame on the mantel!
I’m a huge gnome and hot cocoa fan, so I think this cute Christmas printable might be my favorite!
Instead of storing a bunch of frames, I just switch out the photo that was in a frame on my wall and put in a Christmas-themed image, and viola, a whole new look!
The following Christmas tree printables are the same except the second option has a border around the winter wonderland Christmas trees.
And finally an option for reindeer fans!
And then I turned some of the Christmas designs into free Christmas cards in case you want to use them that way. The printable cards are sized to be 5×7 cards.
For best quality, I recommend printing these cards out on white cardstock so they will be sturdier.
This next card is the same as the first but with a kraft wrapping paper look!
The first thing you’ll want to do after you print the cards is trim the Christmas card templates around the black rectangle with a paper trimmer or scissors.
Three are horizontal cards and two are vertical cute Christmas cards. If you are in need of more free printable Christmas cards, I have some Happy Holidays cards on my post on how to send Christmas cards to soldiers.
If you are looking for printable Christmas banners, I Should Be Mopping the Floor has a super cute printable Merry Christmas banner.
And if you love free Christmas printables, make sure to check out the other following files we have available:
- free printable Christmas gift tags (click here)
- Secret Santa template
- Magic Reindeer poem
- Elf on the shelf printables
- free Christmas coloring cards
Merry Christmas PDF Download
As with all my free printables, these are for personal use only! Please no selling or redistributing of PDF files. Thank you!
Simply click on the download button of which set of digital files you want to download and the PDF file should automatically download or pop up in a new window depending on computer settings.
Then simply print the Christmas signs out on plain copy paper or white cardstock on a home printer. The full page designs are sized to be 8×10, so you might have to trim around the edges to fit in a frame.
Thanks for stopping by and have a creative day!