Who’s ready for Christmas? I know, I know, Thanksgiving was just yesterday, but Christmas is only 28 days away! I will be busy decking our halls this weekend and to kick things off I have six printable art pieces and one Christmas countdown calendar for you! As usual, they are all neutral black and white prints and will complement all decor styles. They are a simple and easy way to add some holiday cheer to your home. The best part is, I am sharing these modern Christmas prints with all of you for free! That’s right, free! Talk about a Black Friday sale!
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Have I mentioned Christmas is my favorite holiday? It’s true. Bonus points if we get snow 🙂 I love all the lights, yummy food (especially the Christmas cookies), and all the holiday season festivities. So bring on the Christmas cheer because I am ready! And thanks to some creativity, so is my home decor.
You all know I am a frugal decorator and printables are a great way to change up a look for less. With all the different seasons, you could easily spend a small fortune swapping out holiday art. With a few free printables, you can easily keep up with the changing seasons and only invest in a few frames to keep your art looking great!
Black and White Modern Christmas Printable Art
I kept things simple in black and white so these Christmas printables will compliment a variety of decor styles and work well with many frame options. I used several different frames I already had on hand, but you could use whatever fits your style.
In the kitchen, I re-styled some of my built-ins and included the simple Santa Claus gnome. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook and watch my stories, you might also recognize a few vases that fell victim to my DIY artisan pottery method 🙂 It’s possible I am addicted and might need help, either that or I have a well curated collection depending on how you look at it, haha!
On the other side, I added the antler printable and swapped out the saying on my letter board. Truth be told, it has already snowed here like three or four times.
Down in the family room, I decked out our new picture ledge with the Christmas tree and Noel printable. Bonus, you also get a sneak peek of the new furniture that was delivered this week! We are definitely enjoying it and I will be updating my One Room Challenge reveal post since it arrived sooner than expected, so check back on Sunday to see it 😉 I will not be sending out a new post.
I had to add a little humor as well. I think we can all agree that 2020 wasn’t exactly what we bargained for and everyone is ready for a new year! Just make sure to sing this one out loud in your very best Mariah Carey voice 😉
I would normally add some art to the living room as well, but it is currently a hot mess since our old sofa and chair are temporarily hanging out there until we find them a new home. So we will just have to wait to deck the halls in there 😉 But I am definitely in full Christmas mode and plan to put the tree up this weekend. I may or may not have gotten a head start on the Christmas movies on our new sofa 🙂
How to Print Free Printable Christmas Decorations
I am often asked how to go about using a free download like this and how to get them. But I promise you, it’s easy peasy!
First, you will need to subscribe below. Once you have confirmed your email address you will receive instant access via a download link to my free printable library for personal use. I also include an additional link in all my newsletters in case you loose it 😉
Once you are in my library you will have access to all my printable designs and free printable Christmas art pieces I have created including my giant printable game as well as fall, Halloween, and other seasonal decor. These are all in pdf format, Jpg, or PNG format and can be downloaded and printed on regular printer paper from your home printer or a local print shop.
The best way to print these is to use 24lb paper which is just a bit thicker than normal 20lb and doesn’t wrinkle as much. You can also use white card stock if you have it on hand. I do not recommend using glossy paper because the ink tends to smudge on highly saturated images like the Christmas tree and Santa Claus.
Once you have printed your free Christmas wall art, simply add them to picture frames and your are ready for the Christmas season with your new prints.
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Where to Use Free Art Printables
The options here are truly endless! You can use these printable decorations as wall art on a gallery wall, on a buffet table at your next Christmas party, as welcome sign on your front door, as art on your Christmas party invitations, as printable gift tags, or as Christmas cards. And if you aren’t throwing a party this festive season, you could use them for Christmas crafts with kids of all ages. A fun way to kick off the holiday season and have a Merry little Christmas.
No matter how you use them, they are the perfect addition to add a little bit of extra cheer to the holiday spirit! Christmas time truly is the most wonderful time of the year! So tell me, how will you use your Christmas piece of art?
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Thank you so much for stopping by and I hope you have a very Merry Christmas! Happy decorating!