Are you ready for all the holiday shenanigans? Well, I have the cutest free holiday printable for you. I loved the Pottery Barn tree script banner so much that I designed these after them. If you decide you like them, I am offering the printable in two colors. So depending on your decor, I have you covered. If you enjoy printables, then you might also like my free holiday gift tags.
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Free Holiday Printable
I want to welcome you to the Christmas Vignette and Printable Hop sponsored by Kristen from Ella Claire Blog. There 36 bloggers participating in this festive hop. Today, I’m sharing my free holiday printable. Please stay to the end of this post for your printable. Thanks so much for your sweet visit.
Christmas Tree Decorating
I hope you like this little holiday banner. If you have a computer and a printer, then you are in luck. It is nice to add banners as filler to your tree. I try to cover them up with either a banner, garland, or a pretty vintage ribbon.
Speaking of my tree, one of these days I will write a post on how I decorate it. The whole process is always an adventure, and I should share it with you. Every year involves a fun adventure deciding on what tree and what decor to use. So that is why I’m offering you two banner colors, grey, and red.
What Type of Paper Should I Print on?
Well, I used an 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of paper. Also, you’ll want to get a nice quality paper. The thickest and whitest paper you can use in your printer would be great. I don’t recommend cardstock since it might jam up your printer and break it.
Will the Banner Fit on the Paper?
When printing the banner, you need to make sure you have your printer settings to Landscape.
Can I Cut Them Out with Scissors?
Yes, but a steel edge ruler, cutting board, and box cutters would be best.
It is a bit tricky placing these banners on the tree, but I found that it looked best if I curled the ends a bit and made them appear like a scroll. You can also, tape them into place if that helps. I’m all about little tips and tricks to get home decor to work.
Well, my Christmas tree is no longer available at King of Christmas. I love this tree so much so, and I found a comparable all white faux tree for you. I love how the white tree goes with almost every holiday color and ornaments.
I so love the holidays, and it is seriously a hectic time of year for bloggers. So, I’m super happy you stopped by for a visit, and I hope you enjoy my free holiday printable this year.
Here is my Free Holiday Printable!
To download your free Banner Printable, fill out the form below and it will be sent you. Also, I created a gray and red version. If you prefer you can tape as many pieces together to create a longer banner. Enjoy decorating your tree.
DOWNLOAD The Let it Snow Banner, here:
Make sure to visit all the other free printable blog posts!
Free Printable Holiday Gift Tags and Ornaments by Finding Home Farms | Peace on Earth by My Someday in May | Red Barn Gift Tags & Print by Refresh Restyle | Kiss Me Under the Mistletoe Watercolor by Finding Silver Pennies | Merry Christmas Ornament by In My Own Style
Good Tidings Christmas Chalkboard by Live Laugh Rowe | Plaid Christmas Gift Tags by Four Generations One Roof | Vintage Inspired Christmas Favor by Anderson and Grant | Hot Cocoa Bar Sign Printable by Blesser House | Watercolor Paper Flowers by Chronicles of Home
Let it Snow Banner by Happy Happy Nester | Reindeer Games by Clean and Scentsible | Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas by A Burst of Beautiful | 12 Plaid Reindeer Joy Printables by The Happy Housie | Santa Baby by Kelly Elko
Christmas Tree Farm Poster by Making Home Base | We’ve Got that Holiday Feeling by My Fabuless Life | It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year by May Me and Mom | Heaven and Nature Sing by Nest of Posies | Nativity by Shades of Blue Interiors
Make Your Own Christmas Village by Town and Country Living | Madeline’s Christmas by So Much Better with Age | Christmas Gift Tags by TIDBITS | Countdown to Christmas by Unskinny Boppy | Holly Botanical Study Watercolor by Nina Hendrick Design