So the holiday season is nearly upon us…ok, well maybe that’s a bit of a stretch, but it will definitely be here before we know it 😉 ! We’ve been getting some snow flurries off and on up where we are, and there’s definitely a chill in the air. Winter is soon approaching! I started my Christmas decorating around the house already for two reasons: 1) I absolutely LOVE the holiday season and everything that comes with it and 2) We are busy most weekends and have plans every single weekend until December and by that time it’s FAR too LATE to decorate 😉 ! So we (by we, I mean, Matt) pulled out our totes from up in the attic and I rummaged through them to see what I could use in our rental house. This is the first (and only) Christmas season that we will be in this location/at this house. I have so much fun organizing and setting everything out. It’s been kind of a fun little challenge to see where every piece will go as this place is smaller than our last. I enjoy making the most of it! We (and by we, I mean, I) had on some Christmas tunes and everything but our tree is out and in my opinion, looks great! I will be sure to post pictures eventually.
Anywho, I DID want to share with you a FREE Winter/Christmas chalkboard printable that I created. Keep in mind that this is my first one. I think it’s pretty cute. Chalkboards are all.the.rage and are constantly floating around Pinterest. I love ’em!! I think they’re a cute, affordable way to add character to your home. They are the perfect way to add a smile to your day, and you can keep them up all Winter long (not just for the Christmas season). I like to frame mine, but you can do whatever with them! You can have it printed out in a normal or poster size at Staples and frame it to look like a real chalkboard. It can be used in anyway you want, really. Cards, posters, tags, wall art…etc. I hope to make and share more of these as we approach December. I hope that you like it as much as I do :). So get your cardstock out and fire up those printers, folks.
Just click HERE for the link to the printable, save to your computer, and print! Easy as 1…2…3.