When I used to work for the Delaware State Fair, one of my tasks each fall was to design a Christmas card to send out to our directors, superintendents, vendors, and other we worked with . To say I enjoyed it would be an understatement! I love Christmas and I loved the free range I got to create the card.
I felt the same way when I was putting together these free printables. I want to have little touches of Christmas all throughout the home and a printable is such an easy way to do it. Just print it off, frame it up, and display!
The first is a little nod to Otis Redding’s Merry Christmas Baby. I am obsessed with this song this time of year.
The next is a nod to all of the plaid that is so popular right now. And frankly, I’m in love with it. I’ve loved gingham since I was a kid and it was the pattern on my bedspread. And all of the plaids I’ve seen this season make me think of some rustic cabin in the woods.
The third printable is inspired by my favorite Christmas song, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. If you haven’t watched Judy Garland in Meet Me in St. Louis where she sings this song, do yourself a favor and watch it this Christmas!
If you’ve never used a printable before, simply download the pdf and print on your printer at home. I also use Staples for my prints since you can get nice, heavy paper and a good quality print inexpensively.