I’ve been on a roll creating Plaid Christmas Prints lately. You may have seen my Deer Plaid Christmas Prints or maybe even my Christmas Gift Tags. I just think they’re adorable and keep finding new ways to incorporate plaid into my Christmas projects. These plaid Joy, Peace, Merry Christmas and Noel Plaid Christmas prints are no exception!
Farmhouse Christmas Decor
You can add subtle touches of farmhouse charm with these plaid Christmas prints to your home decor without making your decor look too “country”. It’s a sort of farmhouse glam look. In our house, we have these rustic wood frames that my husband’s grandfather made out of old barn wood. I absolutely adore them. You could probably say he was ahead of his time when it comes to re-purposing. Well, I’m gonna print these out on some nice rustic cream card stock and place them in my reclaimed barn wood frames.
Joy Plaid Christmas Prints
I actually started decorating for Christmas a little before Thanksgiving. It drives my kids crazy when I start putting up the Christmas decorations before Thanksgiving. Well, our kids are all growing up and they have very little time available to help with decorating, so getting a head start is really helpful. Plus, I love all the Christmas decorations.
Noel Plaid Christmas Prints
In fact, we have not one, two or even three Christmas trees in our house, but we have four trees! We have one tree on our enclosed front porch, one tree in our living room, one in our dining room and one in our family room in the basement. The tree on our front porch is adorned with blue decorations. The tree in our living room is decorated with printed burlap ribbon and rusty jingle bells. The tree in our family room is decorated with all the kids ornaments that we’ve collected through the years. And the fourth tree, which is located in our dining room is decorated with wood slice family photos.
Peace Plaid Christmas Prints
I think my favorite tree is the one in the dining room. It’s a 6′ tall pencil tree and it is completely adorned with family photos that I transferred to birch wood slices. I’ll have to make a few more ornaments to add to the tree this year so we can include pictures of the twins. I think I’m also going to hang the Peace and Noel Plaid Christmas Prints in my dining room as well.
Merry Christmas Plaid Prints
Well, in spite of my children’s objections, I had three trees decorated before Thanksgiving and our grandson had all the outside lights and decorations up. Our grandson has put up our outside lights for the past several years. I like to have him put up the lights while it’s not freezing cold, raining or snowing outside. He really does a fantastic job and he takes a lot of pride in “doing it himself”.
Plaid Christmas Prints
Well, I still have some Christmas decorations to put out, wreaths to hang, cookies to bake and tons of presents to wrap. But, I’ll eventually get it all done – even if I have to bribe the kids to come over and help!
Whatever stage you are in with your Christmas decorating, I hope these plaid Christmas prints will help you to add some finishing touches to your holiday decor.
Download Plaid Christmas Prints
I’ve made these plaid prints available in PDF format for ease of saving and printing. Did you know that as a PDF document, you can scale the prints to any size? The prints are made at 8×10 and print easily onto an 8-1/2×11 paper. I recommend printing the Plaid Christmas Prints on card stock paper. You can then trim the print to fit any 8×10 frame.
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From my family to yours, wishing you the Merriest Christmas and the absolute Happiest New Year!
Til next time…