Hi, friends! I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving weekend with your families! I sure did! I ate my weight in food, I’ll tell you that much!! Now that Thanksgiving is over I am in full Christmas mode! I am not the blogger who decorates two months ahead. Maybe someday when I am a big whig who is sponsored by a huge company to create a tree or something. 😉 Haha….a girl can dream, right?! As for now, I am still a believer in soaking in each holiday in its own season, which means that we decorated for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving, as we always do. I still have some decorating to complete, but most of it is done, and I am excited to add this silly but simple Christmas printable to my decor!
When I was given the opportunity to participate in this Christmas printable blog hop, I will admit it: I hesitated. I have only made a couple of printables prior to this, and they are always very very simple. I am not great with computers, and that is a fact. But with the help of this tutorial from Sweet C’s Designs I got brave and tried out making a printable using photoshop for the first time. (I used PicMonkey for the other printables.) I am still no pro, obviously, but I feel a bit more confident, and I love the way my cheerful little tutorial turned out. It looks very cute on our entryway table underneath our Christmas plate wall. (Which is coming soon to a blog near you, by the way!) Below is the un-“posed” printable. It is a low quality, watermarked version. If you would like a high quality file to print you will find it HERE. It is free to download!
For the frame I decided to go very simple. I got this fun bare wood frame at Michael’s and I spray painted it white. Then I used ModPodge and extra fine white glitter from JoAnn’s to add a little “snowy” sparkle and pizazz.
Now be sure to “hop” around and check out all of the other FREE Christmas printables! I love collaborating with other bloggers because they are SO stinking talented!