Christmas dictionary page printables add whimsical cheer to your entryway, living room, or kitchen during the holiday season.
I’ve created 12 Christmas dictionary page printables for you, all completely free. It couldn’t be simpler or more affordable to make your own Christmas home decorations. Vintage dictionary Christmas decor is ideal for any type of cozy holiday display in your house.
Since I made my vintage dictionary page printables, I haven’t been able to stop creating with them. This fall, I released autumn, Halloween, and Thanksgiving printables. Now I have Christmas dictionary printables. Old dictionaries have such a classic appeal that fits seamlessly with an extensive range of home decor, including holiday and seasonal wall art.
Over the next year, I’ll be rolling out lots more seasonal and holiday dictionary wall art printables (as well as nursery decor!). If there’s anything you’re particularly interested in, please let me know. For now, I’m sharing free Christmas dictionary page printables. The holiday decor I’ve created for you features Christmas lights, ornaments, candy canes, poinsettias, elves, a nativity, and more. You have your choice of sweet, welcoming Christmas themes, all made as ready-to-print home decor for easy framing.
About the Christmas dictionary page printables
The free Christmas dictionary page printables are for personal use only. You may print them as many times as you like, including for classroom use. Please don’t distribute the download files. If friends, family, or co-workers would like their own printable decor, please send them over to this post. Thank you!
I’ve created two versions of each holiday printable: one with a border and one without a border. Depending on the kind of frame you use and the look you want for your Christmas decor, you may prefer one version over the other.
Decorated Christmas tree on a vintage dictionary letter D page.
Three elves with a “’tis the season to be jolly” message on a vintage dictionary letter A page.
Nativity silhouette with the Bible passage “For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given” message on a vintage dictionary letter G page.
Watercolor Christmas ornaments with a “Christmas blessings” message on a vintage dictionary letter J page.
Three watercolor “joy” on a vintage dictionary letter M page.
Two crossed candy canes on a vintage dictionary letter P page.
Two strands of multicolored Christmas lights with the message “Wishing you a Merry Christmas!” in between them on a vintage dictionary letter S page.
A holiday wreath decorated with pinecones and red berries with a “seasons greetings” message on a vintage dictionary letter V page.
A Christmas poinsettias frame around a “Merry Christmas” message on a vintage dictionary letter B page.
A cheerful house decorated for Christmas with pine trees in the snow on a vintage dictionary letter E page.
Red truck with tree
An iconic red truck carrying a pine tree with a “Merry Christmas” message on a vintage dictionary letter H page.
Buffalo check trees
Buffalo check trees with a “Merry Christmas” message on a vintage dictionary letter K page.
How to print Christmas dictionary page printables
Printing free printables is a pretty straightforward process. I’m sharing my top tips to help you create high-quality decor sized correctly for your frames.
The previews I’m sharing of the holiday printables in this post are low-resolution. Low-res previews are great for sharing on social media. They aren’t suitable for printing. To get the high-resolution versions, click on the download links for the decor you want to print. All of the download links have images sized for 8×10 printing. The previews in this post aren’t sized for 8×10 printing, which means they may not work well for your 8×10 frames. Using the download links ensures you’re getting high-resolution, properly sized images.
Printer, paper, and settings recommendations
I suggest using a reputable print service, such as Shutterfly, SmugMug, FedEx, or Costco for your free printables. If you’d rather print at home, that works great, too. For home printing, I highly recommend buying Finestra Art paper to give your holiday prints a professional finish. If you like a thicker paper with a darker finish for your framed home decor, white cardstock is a good option. In a pinch, regular printer paper works, but it doesn’t produce beautiful images.
For optimal results with at-home printing, choose 8×10 for both the paper size and image size. Confirm the preview looks good before hitting the print button. Using other paper or image settings may result in your wall art not printing properly.
For the vast majority of my home printing, I use a laser printer. My top pick for home color laser printing is the Canon Color ImageCLASS printer. Currently, I use an HP ENVY 5055 for color inkjet printing. You won’t find an inkjet printer that is easier to use and offers better quality at this price point.
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