Hello friends. I hope you had a nice weekend. It was a busy weekend for me as I had several deadlines and I’m trying to get ahead of the game before we go on an impromptu vacation in two weeks. I’m hoping that all the hard work will pay off and I’ll be able to enjoy the holiday season without doing too much ‘work’. Over the weekend I painted a simple little pine tree and today I’m happy to join my friends and offer you 25+ free Christmas printables. I want to thank my friends Kristen and Jennifer for putting this hop together.
I also made some wrapping paper for you. It’s simple but I think it prints out just so pretty.
You can go HERE to download your own print. Please note that these free printables are for personal use only. Please do not alter in anyway. Feel free to share by sharing the link to this post.
Please make sure you visit the rest of these gorgeous printables from my friends below.
Vintage Santa Cloche by Ella Claire & Co. / Pine Tree Watercolor by Craftberry Bush / Christmas Tree Farm by My Someday in May / Green Joy Print by Taryn Whiteaker Design / Vintage Christmas Gift Tags by Happy Happy Nester
Vintage Christmas Cards by Town and Country Living / Candy Cane Co. Christmas Printable by Lolly Jane / Christmas Potpourri by My Sweet Savannah / Modern Black and White Christmas Gift Tags by Cherished Bliss / Joy to the World Christmas Printable by Maison de Pax
Christmas Gift Tag Set by My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia / Reindeer Ridge Christmas Lodge by Clean & Scentsible / Printable Christmas Ornaments by My 100 Year Old Home / Names of Jesus Printable by Just Destiny / Free Christmas Printable Planner by Shabbyfufu
Snowy Landscape Painting Printable by Zevy Joy / Snowy Paris Buildings Artwork by So Much Better with Age / Printable Banner Letters by Home Made Lovely / Printable Christmas Gift Tags by Jenna Kate at Home / Smoky Mountains Christmas Printable by Nest of Posies
Christmas Gift Tag Printables by Designthusiasm / Winter Bucket List by Live Laugh Rowe / Plaid Fresh Cut Christmas Trees Printable by Unskinny Boppy / Vintage Truck Christmas Printable by The Happy Housie
Such beautiful Christmas printables!
Those Christmas cards look so beautiful. http://bit.ly/2ocGJl5
Naomi S says
I love the printable pine tree…and the wrapping paper design. But when I click the link to be able to print them all I get is a blank screen. Is it my ancient computer or something else? Has anyone else had this trouble? Help, please.
Joan Ann Hornung says
Hi Lucy! First let me tell you how much I love getting the emails from you. I always love your ideas, and the things you make, the decoration of your home, and of course your amazing talent – painting. I am especially fond of the watercolors. I am absolutely in love with the newest…the printable pine tree. This HAS to be my favorite! I moved from Upstate New York almost 18 years ago to Florida, and I love
Florida, but I DO miss the mountains and the trees. (Palm trees are nice too) This is so special, and I truly want to get some paper and the poster made – make it kind of a Holiday theme this year. My family will LOVE it! Since I am a bit “technology challenged” can you tell me how I can get these printed? The last few times I printed your designs, I just used my home printer and used the paper on tiny special gifts. (I adored the paper with the little deer!) Everyone was so happy to see those little gifts – some saved the paper! In order to get a much larger size, can you tell me the best way to do it? Thank you for your kind advice.
Jennifer at Town and Country Living says
Lucy, I always love your artistic creations. The wrapping paper is so sweet and I love the simple tree print. On another note, the other day my daughter sent me a pic she found on Pinterest of a family room she loves. It was yours!! You’ve inspired her. 🙂
Michele M / Finch Rest says
So beautiful! You re the best artist – I adore these trees! Thanks so much!
You are so talented and inspiring! I love this sweet pine tree. Thank you for the printable.
Simply ADORE💖 Thank You😌
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The most common holiday decoration in America is a Christmas tree. However, there is disagreement over which kind is preferred.
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