3 FREE Christmas Printables

If you love Christmas, chalkboards, and Free printables then you will love what I have to share with you today, 3 Free Christmas Printables! Woo-hoo!

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I originally made these images black on white paper and then used this technique to transfer them onto the chalkboards as you can see in the photo below. I decided to turn them into chalkboard prints so you can just print them out :) Since the chalkboard prints use up so much ink, you can always get these printed at Staples, Office Max, etc. for super cheap.

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All of these chalkboard Christmas printables are 8×10. I originally used an older/vintage style chalkboard background so I do have the 8×10 printables with that background available via PDF here, otherwise click on the image below to be taken to the high resolution image of the printable you want, which has the newer, cleaner chalkboard background. Enjoy!

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Enjoy and don’t forget to share these with you friends and family! If you use any of these in your home during the holidays feel free to share your photos with me on social media, or a link in the comments below. I’d love to check them out!

All designs are for personal use only, and cannot be resold or redistributed.

You may also want to check out these holiday related posts:

Hot Chocolate Bar Ideas with FREE Baby It’s Cold Outside Printable

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DIY Wood Slice Ornaments

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FREE Printable Christmas Cards

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Happy Holidays!

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Comments

  1. 1

    These are so cute Katie – I love the tree one especially! Thanks for sharing!
    Krista @ the happy housie recently posted…Our Christmas-ified Living and Dining Room {Christmas Party Tour of Homes!!}My Profile

  2. 3

    Love, love these printables and love how they look in the frames! Awesome!

  3. 5

    I love these Katie! Thanks for the freebies!
    Corey @ Tinysidekick recently posted…DIY Christmas Stockings {with fun mix and match fabrics}My Profile

  4. 7

    I love the deer with the laurel wreath. These are great!
    Jennifer Longenecker recently posted…In the Studio – Mirror to Chalkboard TutorialMy Profile

  5. 8

    These are just adorable!!! Thanks for sharing!

Trackbacks

  1. […] It was easy to add a pop of Christmas to this chair.  First, a confession.  I was going to re-do the chalkboard design, but when I went to erase the existing design I realized I pressed a little too hard with my chalkboard pencil the first time around and it was embedded too deep.  Drat!  I debated getting out the chalkboard paint and adding another coat, waiting for it to dry, then adding a new design, but I had no time for that.  So I cheated.  I printed out a chalkboard printable and then just taped it onto the chair.  You can find the free printable here. […]

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