Handmade holiday items are special, whether it’s the gift itself, the card that goes along with it, the wrapping paper or the tag, when it’s made by hand, it just feels much more personal. The problem for most of us is finding the time to make them, especially during the holiday season! I understand that life can be crazy, and it’s unreasonable to think you can do it all alone! That is where the internet comes in. So many amazing bloggers, graphic designers and artists spend their time creating beautiful holiday designs and then share them with their readers for FREE! How’s that for holiday cheer?
So to help you out for the last minute holiday rush, I have put together a roundup of some of my favourite free holiday printables for this holiday season:
2. Need a little holiday decor in your home for that special party you are hosting, or just to spruce up your living room? This free printable by Kendra John over at Lil’ luna is so adorable when framed, I might have to print 2!
3. Katelyn Bishop may have left the Telio team, but her printable christmas cards have made their way back to us! Remember her super cute printable valentines day cards? Well, she was kind enough to share her holiday card designs on her personal blog and I had to share them with you! Go check it out for a great free download. If you want that hand crafted, unique look but don’t have the time, these are the perfect solution!
4. I love this idea! It’s free, printable wrapping paper from Baba Souk. This is a unique, affordable and fun way to wrap your gifts, especially when you’re in a pinch and stuck without any wrapping paper left to work with!
5. Last, but definitely not least, this amazing DIY printable photo calendar by Our Collective, is the perfect gift for anyone on your list. All you have to do is drop in your favourite photos and then print it out! It takes very little time to put together but ends up being heartfelt and beautifully personalized!
These are only a few of many amazing free printable’s that I found. What are some of your favourite finds out there for this holiday season?