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Storybook Christmas Printable Art

A set of 3 free Christmas printable art prints featuring favorite excerpts from The Grinch, ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, and The Christmas Story.

My gift giving love language goes on hyperdrive this time of year.

I want to do all of the Christmas charities – fill all of the Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes and adopt all of the Angel Tree kids.

I want to give the BEST gifts to my mom and my dad and Robert and my grandmother and my in-laws and my kids’ teachers and every single person who means everything to me.

I want to do all of the Christmas crafts and create magic for my girls.

And apparently I’m determined to give all of the printables my brain can muster this season because it’s not typical that I share two in one season. But this one was too good, if you have little ones’ spaces to decorate.

We’ve had our DIY Storybook Art hanging in this playroom ever since its makeover last winter, but this year, I thought it would be fun to do a Christmas version hung in just some simple poster frames.

I could think of nothing better than my favorite lines from “The Grinch”, “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas”, and excerpts from “The Christmas Story” in the Book of Luke.

(Pardon the icky lighting in here since it was a gloomy day when I photographed this).

I’ll share more of our girls’ playroom all decked out for Christmas with a few technical decorating tips, but I couldn’t wait a day longer to give this printable set to y’all.

You can snag the set yourself by clicking here to subscribe or click this button:

If you’re already a blog subscriber, you should have already received the free downloadable printable set in your email (or just click the printable library link with the password that’s at the bottom of all of my emails).

Print Directions:

  • Download the botanical prints from the Bless’er House Printable Library (password in your email).
  • Go to Staples.com
  • Click “services & solutions” -> “printing services” -> “blueprints” -> “24″x36″″ -> “design now” -> “color blueprints”
  • Click “add files” and upload the botanical print images
  • Click “orientation” -> portrait
  • Click “add to cart” -> “proceed to checkout”
  • In the notes section on your order, write “do not scale to fit” to keep the image at 16″x20″ because sometimes Staples will do it even when you don’t specify.

*Some of y’all have reported your local Staples not printing these as engineer prints (it varies by location). If you need a great alternative, you can try Office Depot or overnightprints.com

Or you can choose to print them directly from your computer as 8x10s to put in 8×10 frames, or if you want large frames, you can mat the 8x10s.

I used these frames, if that helps.

I hope it adds an extra dose of merry to your kids’ spaces or even your own grown-up rooms, if you prefer.

Until tomorrow, you can see last year’s Christmas playroom here.

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7 Comments

  1. HI Lauren! Any idea where I could find 3 more of these? I have a set of 6 frames hanging in my kitchen and would love to use them there. 🙂

    1. Hi Rachel! I made these myself on Picmonkey.com, but you could make more using Photoshop, Canva.com, or make them in Microsoft Word as well. I used the font Caslon Antique.

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