Christmas Mantel and Free Printable

If you like creating your own decor projects you’re going to love the collection of free printables compiled by a fantastic group of bloggers! Today I’m sharing my own free printable that I used in a Christmas mantel vignette, and at the end of this post you’ll find links to many more printables created by my blogging friends for you to use!

Free Christmas Printables you can tuck in frames for a pretty Christmas vignetteUsing simple graphics, I created two of these hanging Christmas picture sets.

This is such an easy project and adds instant charm to my Christmas mantel.


Free Christmas printables to create whimsy and charm for your holiday decorMy free Christmas printable includes a set of 6 cute Christmas graphics.

You can frame these prints or even use them in a banner.


Plain unfinished frames waiting to be painted to showcase free printablesI found these unfinished hanging frame sets at Michael’s.

I painted them white, sanded them lightly, and then inserted my 6 Christmas graphics.


Whimsical Christmas Mantel. Free printables available to create the cute, framed prints.And now they hang above my Christmas mantel (well, it’s actually a shelf in my living room).

Playing off the blue and red of the framed graphics, I created a whimsical vignette.


Vintage Style Christmas Mantel. Free printables included.Glass silver beads fill a blue Ball mason jar with a tilted candle.

Vintage tinsel ties red berries in place around the rim.


Vintage Santa Ornament with Bottle Brush TreeA glittery snowflake, bottle brush tree, and vintage Santa ornament completes the look.


Blue mason jar filled with silver beads and a simple candle creates pretty Christmas decor.I love a little sparkle and shine during the Christmas holidays.


Free Christmas Printables. Six graphics in all!You could easily frame just one, or a few of these free Christmas printables.

Decorate your walls or give them away as gifts.


Free Santa Christmas Printable.I’m especially fond of this little Santa graphic. I never believed in Santa.

In our home, we focused on the birth of Jesus. My grandma said Santa was a distraction from the true meaning of Christmas. And so, we were taught that Santa was just a fantasy which meant I never experienced that moment of finding out he didn’t really exist.


Vintage Style Christmas Mantel with Free Printables for Framing.I hung this big fluffy white wreath with vintage silver garland and added big red beads.


Glass Christmas Ornaments Displayed in Vintage EnamelwareMy vintage enamelware tray holds a variety of both new and vintage glass ornaments.


Vintage Enamelware Tin Filled with Christmas OrnamentsA few silver stars and glittery snowflakes adorn the wreath and the ornament-filled tin.


Vintage Christmas MantelYou may remember that I already shared my Christmas mantel and it looked different.

Well, I moved that vignette into the dining room, which I’ll show you later.


Free Christmas Printable. Download at Here to download my free Christmas printable.

I’d love to hear how you’re going to use it!


For more free printables … visit my blogging friends below!

Free Printable Vintage Christmas Advent Calender from Ella Claire

Printable Glitter Christmas Sign and Gift Tags from Yellow Bliss Road

The Names of Jesus Isaiah 9:6 Printable from Nest of Posies

Joy to the World Christmas Printable from The Lily Pad Cottage

God Bless Us Everyone Printable from Sweet Cs Designs

Red Buggy Christmas Printable from Craftberry Bush

Joy to the World – Vignette and Printable from AKA Design

Simple Christmas Wrap with Printable Gift Tags from My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia

DIY Printable Christmas Village {Anthropologie Inspired} from Thoughts from Alice

Keep Warm and Drink Cocoa Printable from Top This Top That

Cookies and Milk for Santa Printable from It’s Overflowing

The Most Wonderful Time of The Year Printable from Making Home Base

Ten Minute Holiday Vignette with Free Printable from The Chronicles of Home

Christmas Mantel with Free Printable Banner from Just Destiny

Free Christmas Stag Printable from Rooms for Rent

Christmas Mantel and Free Printable from Town & Country

Cocoa and Cookies Party from Migonis Home

Hot Chocolate Bar and Free Printable from Finding Silver Pennies

Elf Movie Free Printable from Eclectically Vintage

Free Christmas Printable from My Sweet Savannah

Sleigh Ride Printable and DIY Canvas Sign from Clean and Scentsible

Free Christmas Printable from City Farmhouse

Fun snowman printable and DIY frame from Jennifer Rizzo

23 Gorgeous Christmas Printables with Display Ideas

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  1. Really cute stuff and I love the enamelware pan with the tinsel and ornaments. I love using things you already have and dressing them up for Christmas! Great ideas.

  2. These are SO adorable! Thank you for sharing, Jennifer!

  3. Jennifer your home is really coming together for Christmas. I can’t wait to get started. I’ve been painting furniture and haven’t even started my crafts yet. Almost at the end of the projects for now and then the Christmas crafts begin. Great pintables going around


  4. super cute printables Jennifer. I can tell that you got your holiday mojo on and your home is looking so pretty for the holidays.

    • Thanks, Laura! Just trying to get all the decorating done before Thanksgiving so I have more time to relax before Christmas. 🙂

  5. Love seeing your Christmas decor, I always love your posts!

  6. So sweet, Jennifer, I LOVE all your vintage ornaments too. x

  7. These are sooo cute! I am definitely going to print them off. My kids will adore them and they will look great in the playroom this season! Love your entire mantel and how you arrange things. You definitely know how to make a house a home Jennifer 🙂

  8. Oh Jennifer, great minds think alike. I am thinking of these colors. Come over and look at my start. Thanks for giving me some more ideas. I love the green chalkboard. Did you find green chalkboard paint or is this a vintage board. I just love it!

  9. Very cute! Thanks for the printables! How do you do this? Do you use some kind of software to make these. I tried making a Christmas printable on my blog by using Craft Artist II, but I used items from digi kits that I had bought. Not sure how to do these on my own.

  10. First thing I’ll do with these is cut them out into shape of little wood flags for a banner. will be so cute, maybe put some ribbon/and or glitter on them. Was wondering what I’d put on the flags, these will be perfect, thanks so much. After I get that made will decide what else I can do with them. Maybe some cards or ?
    Having so much fun with every new printable I find. You are all so generous with your talents. I couldn’t make one of these if my life depended on it. After all this time I’m still digitally challenged.
    I just bought new pc so hoping I’ll get off my lazy butt to learn more. Hubs and I want to take some classes. He’ll be getting the pc I’m using now. When I get new pc he gets my old one which is still upgrades for him. He’s still using my old XP. All he does it go on Facebook, emails and play games. This pc is Windows 7 so he’s getting up there little by little. The one I bought is 8.1.
    Better let you go. Your decorations are so pretty, love that enamel ware pan. but I love enamel ware, you too? Used to have big collection of it from KY. Wishing you a wonderful Thanksgiving. Happy creating and happy season

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