I love sharing craft and decorating ideas with you that I hope you love and are inspired by, but I also love giving you something you can just print out and have as instant art. These Christmas Chalkboard Printables are for you to pop in a frame, clip on a clipboard, or display in any way you can think of. Print out just one or all of them for this Christmas season.
This post is part of the 31 days of Christmas Ideas series. Click over to the main page to see all of the 31 Christmas posts (they will be added daily).
Merry Merry Merry Christmas was inspired by a craft project my son did in school a couple years ago. The different fonts make me happy.
JOY to the World was inspired by some Earth Day printables I created a few years ago.
Happy Christmas was thought of when I attended my daughter’s play and the holiday greeting throughout it was happy Christmas. I love that!
Reindeer and Rudolph was inspired by the animated movie and song (of course). It’s still one of my favorite holiday movies to watch as a family.
Ho Ho Ho has a bit of a simple vintage feel to it. I can just picture a plastic Santa and reindeer on the roof.
Swirly Christmas Tree was inspired by the Christmas Tree chalkboard art I shared a few days ago. Now you can have a similar tree without having to make your own.
Prince of Peace was inspired by reading from the bible and the real meaning for the Christmas season.
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Please join me tomorrow for the next 31 Days of Christmas Ideas post.