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‘Tis the Season to be Jolly Print {Free Printable}

I assume most of you are preparing your homes for Christmas right now. I’m slowly getting our Christmas decorations up, but I’m dragging this year. I think it’s because it never snows here. Snow puts me in the Christmas mood.

You see, I grew up in the unofficial snow capital of Indiana (average of 96 inches of snow per year). We’re talking a week off of school at a time growing up because we’d have monster lake effect snowstorms. One time we were dismissed early because it had snowed almost a foot in three hours and there was more snow on the way. A school bus actually got stuck out in the country and snowmobiles had to be brought in to get the remaining kids off the bus. Crazy, crazy snow. That being said, it’s tough living in Central Indiana where we’re lucky if we get a couple inches of snow. I love snow so much that when it actually does snow here, I shovel the driveway and sidewalks instead of having Brad, who grew up in Southern Indiana, do it.

But enough about my love of snow, in true Chelsea procrastination style, instead of putting up more Christmas decorations tonight because there’s no snow, I’ve made all of you a free Christmas printable. In three wonderful colors. You’re welcome.

The prints are 8×10, that includes the faux white matte. Simply click on the printable you’d like, and you’ll be taken to the download page. Don’t fret, the two twenty one logo won’t show up on your printable.

Does it snow much in your neck-of-the-woods?
Do you love or loathe snow?
What gets you in a Christmas decorating mood?

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  1. Leanne Haken says:

    Thanks for the freebie – my living room is the teal color and that will look so amazing!

    I live in Michigan’s thumb and we get lake effect snow pretty often. Unfortunately, the past several years have been pretty lame as far as snow but maybe that will change this year! I love snow, just don’t really like the bitter cold that goes along with it!

  2. Totally using the red one in my kitchen display.

    Then, I play to post them on my blog as though they are my own. Thanks, love.

  3. Love these printables! Thanks 🙂 I agree that it doesn’t feel like Christmas if it’s not snow, but unfortunately, it rarely snows on or before Christmas in Cincinnati. So I just watch a lot of Elf and White Christmas to get me in the mood. I’m hoping to start my decorating tonight – good luck with yours! You’ll share pictures, of course?? 🙂

  4. Reilly@JourneyNorth says:

    Love the printables!

    It is snowing here as I type this. I would gladly trade you, snow for no snow. Except on Christmas Day, then I want my snow back.

  5. I’m so jealous of your snow stories! I live in the God-forsaken Heat Pit that the rest of the country refers to as “Florida”. Yeah, um, no snow for us. Some winters when I’m lucky we travel way up north (a.k.a. Tennessee) and when I’m super lucky puffy white flakes start falling from the heavens and I act like a freaking lunatic. I.love.snow!

  6. Thanks for the printables! I live in Arizona so no snow unless I drive up to the top of the mountains. When I moved here from Chicago I thought it’d be the greatest thing to never see snow again but I miss it. Christmas doesn’t feel the same without it.

  7. I hate snow with a passion. It’s cold, wet, gets easily dirty, and is an overall nuisance. But to each her own opinion.

  8. I had no idea that there could be such a difference in snowfall within a state…I guess that’s what can happen when you live in a HUGE state! I am crazy for Christmas, so I always can’t wait to put out the decor, but there is something about the first snowfall that just puts it over the edge for me…it’s just magical!! We had a light sprinkling yesterday, but nothing that stuck for more than a few hours…still waiting for that first magical one!!

  9. Nope. Sweating here in Sydney, Australia! Oddly, it doesn’t feel like Christmas to me unless the humidity and heat is way up. Summer = Christmas for us Aussies. 🙂

  10. Thank you for the awesome printable! I knew you were from indiana, but didn’t realize you we’re from ‘the region’! I’m from the michigan city/laporte area and know how crazy snowy it gets up here. What town are you from? I’ll promise to think of you as a shovel away this year.

  11. Does this work on for Mac’s? I like it.

    1. I’m pretty sure. It’s a PDF.

  12. Very cute and festive printable! Thanks for creating and sharing! I recently have been decorating with printables and changing them almost most monthly. I think all the change kinda drives my husband crazy but I just love changing with the seasons and holidays! Someday I’ll figure out how you do this so I can make some too! In the meantime, I’m pinning and printing yours. Thank you!

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