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Printable Christmas Art Print

Things are starting to wind down around here as we head into Christmas in a couple days, but today I’m excited to share with you this super cute printable Christmas art print! Designed by Carolynn of Two Brunettes to accompany the printables from our gift wrapping party, this art print makes the perfect last minute gift idea. Just print it and stick it in a simple frame and you’re done! It’s also a fun way to add a little extra holiday cheer to your decor before Santa comes to visit. Don’t forget you can find the coordinating printable gift wrap and gift tags right here!

Printable Christmas Art Print from @cydconverse

Click here to download! The printable is a PDF, which you can open and print using Adobe Acrobat. Then just print onto paper or card stock (I find that card stock works particularly well for framing), trim and tuck into a frame.

Printable Christmas Art Print from @cydconverse

Printable Christmas Art Print from @cydconverse


[Photos by Cyd Converse for The Sweetest Occasion | Printable design by Two Brunettes.]

The fine print: As with all of our printables, these designs are provided for personal non-commercial use only and may not be distributed or sold in any fashion. Love and links are always appreciated! If you’d like to share them, please link to this post directly and do not host the file yourself. Thanks so much! xoxo

Printable Holiday Gift Wrap from @cydconverse
A Festive Last Minute Gift Wrapping Party
A Christmas Truck via @cydconverse
We Wish You a Merry Christmas

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Hannah S

Tuesday 23rd of December 2014

Awesome idea. Do you need a special printer to print on card stock? Or do you know of any stores that would let you print on card stock if an image was brought in? Thanks


Tuesday 23rd of December 2014

Hi Hannah! Most printers can print on card stock using the manual feed tray. In your print settings you should be able set an option for card stock or something similar that lets the printer know it's handling a thicker paper. That said, I always have great success having such things printed at OfficeMax or Staples. You can just bring them the file on a jump drive and usually it doesn't cost more than a couple bucks for a full color print on card stock. :-) Hope this helps! xo