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!


I recently created some of these so that I could easily transfer them over to some chalkboards, and I love the way they turned out! Since the chalkboard prints use up so much ink, I am including both chalkboard and non-chalkboard versions. Of course you can always get the chalkboard versions printed at Staples or Office Max for super cheap, like under $4 for their engineering prints :) That’s what I did for my “Baby it’s Cold Outside” printable.

I used the white background version for my chalkboards, which you may have already seen if you follow me on facebook. Click here to see how I easily transferred the images over to the chalkboards.


I actually just used the deer silhouette and drew the olive branch around it, so I am including the deer head silhouette as well as a printable I made with it.

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.

Click on the image to download the file:










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

FREE Baby It’s Cold Outside/Hot Chocolate Bar Printable


Our Cabin Inspired Christmas Tree


How to make pillows out of placemats


Nautical Christmas Wreath


DIY Twig Tree Ornament


Thanks for stopping by!



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  1. 1

    These are so cute Katie – I love the tree one especially! Thanks for sharing!
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  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!
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  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!

  6. 9

    Hi! I have what might be a really dumb question but here it goes anyway; How do you transfer the printable to the actual chalkboard? Do you turn it into a stencil and then use your chalk to fill it in?

    • 10

      Hi Kitzia!Your questions isn’t dumb at all! I link to an old tutorial in this post showing how I transferred onto chalkboards in the past, here is the link :)


      You would basically print out the white and black version, flip the paper over and rub chalk all over the back of the paper, using a bit of elbow grease and making sure to cover the back of any printed ink, then flip it back over, shake the paper a bit to get rid of some of the chalk dust, place the paper where you want on your chalkboard with the graphic facing up and back of the piece of paper facing the chalkboard. Go over it with a pencil – I used colored pencils- use some pressure and then when you remove it you will see faint outlines on the chalkboard which you can then go back over with a sharpened piece of chalk and erase/clean up any spots using a small dry paintbrush. Hope this helps! You can also print them on “engineering prints” at staples for a couple bucks :)

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