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Spread Christmas Cheer Printable

Hi there, Two Twenty One friends! My name is Jocie (pronounced jah-see), and I blog over at One Project Closer, a blog dedicated to DIY for the whole family. I’m super excited to be here to today to share with you this FREE hand lettered printable…after I share with you big news!

Chelsea was sweet enough to invite me to share with you that this past summer I launched my popular e-course, the Busy Girl’s Guide to Hand Lettering! If you love all those beautiful projects with hand lettering all over your IG feed or in the isles of Target, then this course is for you! Also, just in time for the holidays, you can also GIFT this e-course to your friends and family!

The Busy Girl’s Guide to Hand Lettering is the perfect course for the DIY girl who desires to use hand lettering in decor and gifts but is just starting out with hand lettering!

And you don’t need beautiful handwriting, or to be super artsy, you just have to get started.

In this course, I’ll walk you through the basics of hand lettering, with lots of tips, tricks and printables to help you learn to letter like a pro, and show you all the materials (with printable shopping lists) to help get you started. Then after you learn the basics, the course will show you, step-by-step, how to turn your hand lettering into beautiful decor, including pillows, wooden signs, mugs, t-shirts, and more!

This is what I love about hand lettering – making my home beautiful AND personal, without spending a ton. Here is my living room, with a scrap wood wall hanging we built, that has been painted four times in the last 8 years, but is currently rocking some hand lettering!

I get it. Maybe you aren’t ready to hand letter giant signs. BUT….once you learn the basics of hand lettering, you can use your skills for a variety of gifts (even giant signs), like these hand lettered DIY wood slice ornaments, Christmas Pallet, or Epsom Salt Ornaments. Can you tell I’m excited for the holidays? Maybe, just a bit. Next week, I’ll be sharing on One Project Closer how to make Hand Lettered Gift Tags four different ways! Let me tell you, they are super cute!

Just think of all the cute mugs you can make yourself (and your friends) while you sip cocoa by the fire this winter with the mugs YOU hand lettered! The possibilities are endless! And honestly, I’m a bit addicted, and try to hand letter all the things. Seriously, I may have a problem. Bags, mugs, more bags, shirts, pots, cutting boards, journals….ALL. THE. THINGS!

Back to the course – in case you weren’t convinced, the course is a must, I’ve got a great deal for you! If you buy the course the before December 17, 2017, you can use this awesome promo code to get 15% off – TWOTWENTYONE15. And if you still aren’t convinced, here’s everything you will get in the course:

• Course does not expire. Learn at your own pace when your schedule allows!
• Learn brush hand lettering techniques, tips and tricks.
• Use hand letterings for mugs, t-shirts, bags, gifts, pillows, signs + more
• Convert your hand lettered art to Silhouette Cut Files
• Staging Photos for Social Media
• Hand Lettering on the iPad Pro
• DIY wooden sign video tutorial
• Free Printables + Silhouette cut files
• Shopping lists

EXCLUSIVE Facebook group

Okay, so enough with my course promotion, right? I mean, you did buy it, right? I promise you’re going to love it! LOL But now for your free printable, just for Two Twenty One friends! I love ELF, probably along with everyone else on the planet. Maybe because the unadulterated joy, child like awe of Christmas that we all remember, or maybe its just the silly jokes. But its pretty wonderful! My kids are 6 and 8 and we watched it with them this year for the first time, and it was pretty wonderful watching them giggle and laugh hysterically at Buddy eating old gum and piles of sugar. BEST. MOVIE. EVER.

Download Printable Here

Jocie Hagan
One Project Closer

Jocie (pronounce jah-see) is an editor at One Project Closer. A blog almost 10 years strong, OPC is a DIY site for the whole family, sharing everything from how to refinish your hardwood floors, to tons of free printables and Home Depot coupons. Jocie lives in Baltimore with her husband and blog partner, Ethan and their two super cute (and crazy) kids, Isabella and Lucy. Blogger by day, mom by night, she enjoys crafting with the kids, reading a good book in her spare time (which is close to never), and  hand lettering to relax.

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  1. Christine says:

    So the promotion code is not working. When I enter it, it says “Invalid coupon code”.

      1. Christine says:

        I tried it about an hour ago and again just now, and I still receive the message that it’s an invalid coupon code.

  2. It looks like the promo code expired on the 10th but this post went up on the 12th. Can it be extended? Thanks!

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