Wednesday, November 21, 2012

First {Free} Printable of Christmas

I know things have been a little quiet around here this week, I think I checked out for the holiday like last weekend.  I've been busily putting up Christmas around my house and have been slow to be able to take pictures and get things posted, so while you're enjoying your turkey and most likely putting up your Christmas tree this weekend, I thought I'd share my first printable of Christmas with you {Yes, I said first.  I've been on a little "kick" and have a few more coming.}   
Have a WONDERFUL Thanksgiving and I'll see you next week for some major decking of the halls! 





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    1. I really love mine. It's so simple and clean. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. These are just stunning! thank you for sharing!

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  3. Beautiful! Thank you for sharing. Hugs, Bobbi Jo

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  4. I love this print. Thanks! I do have a quick question. I'm new to downloading and printing these kinds of prints. Is the best option to print this out at a photo center like Walmart? What size should I print it on? Do you have any printing tips? Thanks again and happy holidays :)

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    1. I sent you an e-mail as well, but I thought I'd reply in the comments in case anyone else needs tips as well. Oh, I when I e-mailed you I neglected to tell you that these should be great up to 8x10 {even 11x14 should work awesome}. Mine is an 8x10.

      If you have a decent color printer at home, printing it on cardstock works GREAT. (I like cardstock because I don't necessarily love the shine of photo paper.) If you can't do it on your home computer though, sending it to somewhere like Costco (which is where I usually go) or Walmart works great. I print a lot of mine that way as well. Thank you for stopping by and Happy Holidays to you too!

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing!!! It is gorgeous!!

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  6. My mom used to have a manger scene like that and it broke a few years ago and it broke her heart. Where did you get yours? Maybe I can get her a new one for Christmas!

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  7. Oh I absolutely love the printable!! Thanks so much for sharing!!! I also would love to know where your manger set is from??

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  8. Me three! Where is that gorgeous nativity set from? Thanks! And I love the printable too!

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    1. The Nativity set was actually my mom's, ordered from Avon waaaay back (a few of the pieces have required some super glue surgery over the years). It looks like there are some similar ones on Amazon, but I can't find the exact one. Maybe Ebay?

      Thanks everyone for the kind comments!

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  9. these are so beautiful! thank you for sharing them ♥ can't wait to frame one!

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  10. definitely used this...thanks for sharing! :)

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  11. Thanks for sharing!! I just ordered prints to give to a couple friends for Christmas. Thanks for the easy, thoughtful gift idea. Merry Christmas!

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  12. Thank you all SO much! Glad I could add a little something to your Holiday decor ;) Have a Merry Christmas.

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  13. Thank you for sharing your fun printables! I used the gold one on my Christmas Mantle, it adds just the right touch! It's here if you want to take a peek. http://dimplesandtangles.blogspot.com/2013/12/this-is-simplest-christmas-mantle-ive.html

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