So we’ve dressed the tree but what about the rest of the house…?

DecYellowBliss2One of those classic Christmas songs that just puts Yellow Bliss Road’s Kristin “in the mood and makes me want to dance around with my children in our pajamas, hot cocoa in one hand and jingle bells in the other” is the inspiration for her Free Christmas Printables: It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.  The festive printable comes in two versions, red and white and chalkboard.

DecNestPosiesThe same song lyric also inspires a Christmas Chalkboard Printable from Nest of Posies along with “Have yourself a merry little Christmas” and “May your days be merry & bright and may all your Christmases be white” as well as a simple “Merry Christmas” message.

DecMemoryJournalWriting on Boho Weddings, Anna from Download and Print finds it “important to take time to reflect on what’s been happening in my life, and what better time to do this than at Christmas?”  and takes that need as the inspiration for designing a Memory Journal Ornament template.  The ornament allows you to “Fill in the spaces on each panel with your reflections from the past year.  Enjoy this process.  Share your memories with family and friends, creating a warm and thankful atmosphere”.

DecBeakUpKate of Beak Up Crafts is a “big fan of glitter” and finds “the festive season is a perfect excuse to add a bit of sparkle to your décor”.  Her {DIY – Free Printable} Glittery Christmas Garlands come in two options with a downloadable template for each “in case you want to deck the halls or just spread a bit of festive cheer”.

DecAllAboutFor festive bunting head to All About Party Bags for its red and green design Merry Christmas design featuring Santa, reindeer, snowmen and presents.  You’ll also find links to a gingerbread man, present, candy, Rudolph, Santa and snowman decoration.

DecMistletoeAre you waiting mistletoe to be hung to declare your true feelings for someone special?  Ensure yourself a Mistletoe Kiss with the help of Happythought’s free printable.  “When the season of good will is upon us, it’s the perfect time to grab that kiss!” writes Ellen.  “Everyone knows about kissing under mistletoe, but as much as we love this Christmas tradition it’s not always that easy to get your paws on a sprig of mistletoe itself.  No excuse to get smooching!  Instantly download, print, stick and snip Happythought’s free Mistletoe template Deckittiestockings(it’s easy-peasy and quick to make, we promise!) and you can kiss up a Christmas storm.  Hang it in a doorway or take it to a party for a merry, merry Kiss-mas!”  The printable paper products website also offers a very cute free Kitten in Socks Garland to download too for feline fans feeling festive.

DecRicketyRoseFor templates to help you create your own Felt Christmas Decorations click on Rickety Rose where you’ll find a gingerbread man, star, heart, dove and reindeer. “These are easy peasy to make and are great for using up all the scraps of ribbon and trimmings in your sewing basket,” writes Rose.

Do you love finding printables on the internet? Do you have particular favourites? Or have you featured some on your own blog? Email karen.malpass @ with your links and we may be able to feature them in a future post.

December 1st: You’ve made your List but have you Checked it Twice?
December 2nd: Who’s been Naughty or Nice? Ask the Elf!
December 3rd: Have you got Christmas all wrapped up?
December 4th: Gifts too small to wrap? Put them in a box!
December 5th: Printable Christmas cards
December 6th: Happy St Nicholas Day!
December 7th: Are you dressing your tree this weekend?
December 8th: Do you want to print a snowman?
December 9th: P-p-p-print out a penguin



  1. Kate

    Thanks so much for including my glittery Christmas garland printables in your roundup!

    • Karen Malpass

      You’ve got to have a bit of sparkle at Christmas, don’t you?!

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