Today I’m sharing some cute free printable Christmas art; this vintage Christmas trucks make super cute free Christmas printables when paired with classic sayings and song lyrics.
Halloween is over and I’m like “bring on the tree!”. Well, not quite. But I did venture into our under-the-stairs-Christmas-closet this weekend and pull out all my totes so I could remember what I actually own and start to make plans for this year’s decor. Last year I purged a bunch of our old Christmas decor because we were in the middle of moving, and this year I’m planning to donate almost everything that I don’t use (unless I can come up with a REALLY good reason to keep it) because I feel like I’m still hanging on to TOO much stuff.
One trick that makes decorating for the season inexpensive while also keeping it fresh and new is integrating free printable art. I’ve made a bunch of cute free Christmas printables over the years, and I love how easy they are to throw into a frame and create a quick and cute holiday vignette with. I also like to use them as a jumping off point for the rest of my holiday decor, and today I’m sharing some fun vintage Christmas vehicle printables that were inspired by the popularity of this post from last year. I’m excited to bring in some different colours with this year’s take on vintage Christmas trucks and vehicles as I’m planning to use blues and greens in this year’s Christmas scheme.
And, today, I’m really excited to be joining my friend, Kristen, from Ella Claire Inspired as well as 23 other bloggers who are sharing their free Christmas printables today. Make sure to check out all of their awesome ideas at the bottom of today’s post!
As I mentioned, I was inspired to create these cute vintage Christmas vehicle printables because of the overwhelming popularity of my vintage Christmas trucks last year. You can check those out in this post:
I wanted to do something similar (because I love these ones SO much), but hoped to integrate more blues and greens to blend and work with the rest of the colours in our home. I’ve chosen a couple of them to use on our mantel this season…
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I’ve uploaded all eight of these free printables as both 5×7 and 8×10 printable PDFs into my free printable library. Just click on the “Christmas Printables” folder and then “Vintage Trucks Blue/Green” to find them!
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And as I mentioned, today I’m joining Kristen from Ella Claire as well as 23 of my blogging friends to share our free Christmas printables with you! I hope you find a few things you can use this season.
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