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Christmas Printable and Vignette Tour

Are you a Christmas printable lover? If so, then you have a lot to be excited about today.

I am taking part in a Christmas printable tour hosted by Kristen from Ella Claire. At the end of the post are the links to all the blogger’;s posts offering a Christmas printable for you to download to decorate your home, embellish gifts and more.

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I love free printables, especially gift tags and labels. I have shared many and today I am sharing not one, but a few new ones that I recently made since I could not choose just one to share. :-)

I started out making this Christmas ornament gift tag.

Download:?Cut-out Christmas ornament

Then I started playing around in Photoshop with colors and filters and turned the design into a chalkboard tag.

Download: Chalkboard tag

I then went to my stash of Christmas wrapping paper and ribbons from TJ Maxx and wrapped up a few boxes to show you how I will use the tags.

For anyone thinking I have started my Christmas shoppingtoddler pillow cases, I haven’;t. I want you to know I went to my pantry to find boxes to wrap for this post. I wrapped a box of pasta, a box of teabags and a book to get this photo. :-)

One thing about free printables is that you don’;t have to use them at face value, you can change them to fit your needs. Depending on your computer printer’;s settings, you can print a free printable at various sizes and use them in many different ways, print in color or black and white and use all types of papers as long as you cut the paper to fit your 8 -1/2″; x 11″; printer size.

For instance, I printed the brown tag on?adhesive kraft paper . You can buy it online or at the craft store.

The best way to cut the printables into squares, rectangles or any shape with straight sides is with a craft paper trimmer, but I often use scissors to cut out the images into round or detailed shapes. ?If you own a Silhouette or Cricut the process is automated.

The basic way to use a free printable is to print it out full size or to fit into a frame up to an 8-1/2″; x 11″; size. I sized this to fit a 5 x 7 frame, but you can make it any size your printer settings will print.

Check your printers settings and instruction manual, you may be surprised to find it does quite a bit more than just print images at full-size.

Download: ?Christmas Ornament for Framing

Print the image in black and white…;

…;to make a coloring book style image for your kids or grandkids to color.

Print the image small to make a paper ornament to hang on your tree with an ornament hook or a piece of ribbon.

Download: ?Black and white Christmas tree ornament coloring book page.

Print it small to make a tent style gift cards.

Download:? Folded Tent style gift card

Print out these little square tags and layer onto a piece of scrapbook paper. Punch a hole in the top and tie it onto a bottle of wine or small gift. ?Write the recipient’;s name on the back or on the scrapbook paper.

Download:?Square Christmas Gift Tags

Download:?Chalkboard Gift Tags

Use white opaque markers to write on chalkboard tags.

Print the image full size and transfer it to a chalkboard using this transfer method.

If you plan to transfer the image on a chalkboard, use this reverse image to save on black ink.:

Download: Reverse Image for Transfering to a Chalkboard

And last, but not least, I made these little square tags that you can punch a hole in the top to tie it onto a bottle of wine or small gift. ?Write the recipent’;s name on the back with a red or green pen.

Download:?Square Christmas Gift Tags

Last year I also made free printable gift tags. They are my fave. You can find them here: ??Vintage Fashion Christmas Gift Tags

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For more Free Printable goodies, click on the links below:?

Banner Christmas Tags by Ella Claire | Gift Tags by Zevy Joy | Good Tidings of Joy by Lolly Jane | Watercolor Christmas Baking by Craftberry Bush | A Thrill of Hope by Maison de Pax

Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags and Ornaments by Finding Home Farms | Peace on Earth by My Someday in May | Red Barn Gift Tags &; Print by Refresh Restyle | Kiss Me Under the Mistletoe Watercolor by Finding Silver Pennies | Merry Christmas Ornament by In My Own Style

Good Tidings Christmas Chalkboard by Live Laugh Rowe | Plaid Christmas Gift Tags by Four Generations One Roof | Vintage Inspired Christmas Favor by Anderson and Grant | Hot Cocoa Bar Sign Printable by Blesser House | Watercolor Paper Flowers by Chronicles of Home

Let it Snow Banner by Happy Happy Nester | Reindeer Games by Clean and Scentsible | Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by A Burst of Beautiful | 12 Plaid Reindeer Joy Printables by The Happy Housie | Santa Baby by Kelly Elko

Christmas Tree Farm Poster by Making Home Base | We’;ve Got that Holiday Feeling by My Fabuless Life | It’;s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year by May Me and Mom | Heaven and Nature Sing by Nest of Posies | Nativity by Shades of Blue Interiors

Make Your Own Christmas Village by Town and Country Living | Madeline’;s Christmas by So Much Better with Age | Christmas Gift Tags by TIDBITS | Countdown to Christmas by Unskinny Boppy | Holly Botanical Study Watercolor by Nina Hendrick Design

Pie Labels by My Sweet Savannah | Advent by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia | Buffalo Check Christmas Banner by Just Destiny

I have a few Dremel tools…they are these little hand tools that have all these interchangeable pieces so you can use it to cut or sand or other various things.  And they are so incredibly useful!  But the one I use the most is the Dremel Multi-Max with this little straight saw blade like the one shown:

Jenny Batt is a decorations designer, editor of Hank Hunt,?and a DIY maven who rejoices in every last drop of sunshine she can find in Seattle, Washington. She’s been to Reno and back with her husband, with two boys, Henry and Hunter, to show for it. She used to be a financial accountant, but ever since those two came along, she realized that every single day is worth celebrating, so she’s been doing just that. She has the crazy idea that homemade parties are better for the heart.?

We know—it’s?really?hard to take your engagement ring off, but for all those activities that require its?removal?(think: hardcore fitness, bleaching the bathtub or a dip in the ocean), you’ll want a safe place to leave it for an hour or so. And, as in most things, it doesn’t hurt if that safe place is also super cute. Here are 16 ring boxes, dishes and holders of all different styles, perfect for storing your sparkler and looking good while doing it.

 


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