FREE?? Oh yes, FREE Holiday Print

Ok…It’s official!  It is December 1st and the “official” countdown to Christmas has begun!  In honor of this joyous occasion, I wanted to create a digital piece of holiday love for all of my fab friends and fans (;  So I was also poking around the blogosphere and saw a this ADORABLE glittery tree DIY over at eighteen 25 via my party friend Kim of The Celebration Shoppe.  I knew that this would put the final touches on my holiday decor, so I had to try it!!  Prior to attempting the fun project…adorning my mantle were two tinsel-y trees and some framed holiday prints.  These glittery trees are a MUCH better option!!  My trees are not quite complete yet (still need some more glitter) but in order to showcase the art I thought they would make a great prop against it.

Here are my “almost complete” trees (;

Here is what the art print looks like….and of course there was inspiration….

Ah…the inspiration!  I purchased these pillows from Target last year.

Here is another project I have been working on….some holiday signs.  I printed these out on matte photo paper.  I am going to mount the on foam board and hang them with ribbon to finish off my holiday look.  I promise to post the completed pics!!

Alrighty!!!  Here is the  link to download your FREE 8.5×11 or 11×14 holiday print AND the link to make your own glittery trees!!

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HOLIDAY PRINT 8.5×11

HOLIDAY PRINT 11×14

GLITTERY TREES

***I recommend printing this on Matte Photo Paper***

If you opt for the 11×14 size…Costco can do oversized poster prints!!

ENJOY!!

 

Comments

  1. Cindy says

    I love the print. I’m using a lot of these colors this year. I’m glad to hear others find inspiration in textiles. I find a lot of mine there too.

  2. Stephanie says

    Is there a way to get the files without having to use Scribd? I can never get that site to work for me :( I am not trying to complain, just wanted to see if it would be possible to get it via email or Google Docs? Thank you for your consideration.

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