Since most of you have now taken down your Christmas trees and other holiday accoutrements, I’m pretty sure there is a bit of a gap in your decorating, yes?
You know, that sort of vacant feeling left in a home when the tree suddenly isn’t there and all the little holiday doodads and seasonal thingamabobs are put away.
We’re certainly feeling it. The lack of personality and well, plain old pretty.
So to fill a bit of that space and add some personality, before I tackled another paint project, I sat down and whipped up two more free printables for you. I loved how our Christmas printables turned out so, much that I went with the chalkboard theme again for these.
Free Printables for Winter
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*As always with our free printables, you are welcome to print them for your own use or to give as gifts. However, they are NOT to be claimed as your own creation, nor are the PDF versions to be uploaded to your own site. You may use the jpg to link to this post for downloading. Absolutely not to be used to earn a profit.
I had the opportunity to share a few winter decorating ideas with Canadian Press today – I’ll let you know if any members of the press pick up the story. I’m curious, how do YOU decorate in this funky gap between the holidays and spring?
For other Free Printables, visit our Free Printables page here.
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