Tuesday was a bit of a surprise around here…. they had forecasted an inch or two of snow- but we were surprised to wake up and find that it was already snowing steadily at 6am! So before the kids even headed onto the bus to school, we had already received a message from the district stating that we would have an early dismissal. (Thank goodness…. I mean these kids needed a break after being back in school for one whole day since Thanksgiving Break… especially when we are already facing down a 1/2 day on Friday for parent-teacher conferences!) But a nice little snowfall and some Christmas music put me in the mood to start decorating our home for the holidays! So today I present to you The 10 Best Free Christmas Subway Art Printables! (Okay, maybe a few more than 10…. I didn't think you would mind!)
I love these brightly colored prints in our kitchen. Who says that Christmas art should only be red and green?
Our family room mantle proudly displays our collection of nutcrackers every Christmas. But this year I added a new element- a banner that shows off all of our family Christmas cards since 2001! (Tomorrow I'll give you the details on how I created this!)
I loved using my glass snowmen that I purchased in Traverse City many years ago, to decorate my dining room mantle….
I got a little “crafty” with my Christmas decor by wrapping pillar candles in scrapbook paper (I printed it at home using free digital paper file that I found via Pinterest!) and tying them with a ribbon or red raffia. I love how they turned out!
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