Well hello! It is great to have you here on this cold Winter day. I don’t know about you, but my mind is filled with Christmas lists and what to shop for. For something easy, beautiful and creative, I made Five Vintage Christmas Tree Printables to give as gifts.
Each of the Five Vintage Christmas Tree Printables is FREE. Isn’t that amazing? You can make a beautiful Christmas present and it is almost FREE.
Purchase a lovely Christmas frame. Place one of the Five Vintage Christmas Tree Printables in the frame. Tie with a pretty ribbon and you can cross a Christmas gift off of your list. Easy, right?
To print off a printable, right click on the picture of your choice. Click on “save image as”. You then have a copy of the picture saved to your computer, laptop photo files or phone.
AND, be sure to click “color” for the full vintage effect of each Christmas tree. The ONLY thing I ask, is that you don’t use these for monetary gain. (Otherwise, I will have to contact my lawyer. Unfortunately, this is a real issue with printables.)
I think vintage style is my favorite. Especially with these faded and worn colors. Each printable is unique and perfect for Christmas decorating.
The Christmas tree printables are festive and beautiful, with a touch of whimsy.
Each of the Five Vintage Christmas Tree Printables has it’s own style. Wouldn’t it be pretty to place all of them in individual silver picture frames and sit them on your mantel, as a set?
The rocking horse reminds me of our own children on Christmas day. We (Santa) gave our 18 month old boy a rocking horse. As soon as he saw it, he hopped on and didn’t stop rocking until it was time to eat Christmas dinner. It is a memory that we talk about every Christmas.
Which printable is YOUR favorite? I hope you enjoy each of the Five Vintage Christmas Tree Printables.
I can’t wait to see some of your ideas. Thanks for joining me today. You always make my day brighter.
For more Christmas ideas…
My Olive Bucket Christmas Tree
Joanne Sorensen says
Thank you! I’m already looking forward to next Christmas. Maybe if I start now I won’t be as rushed at the end of the year.