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Free Project Series : The 12 Weeks of Christmas Week 4

Welcome to Week 4! The 12 weeks of Christmas series is designed to help you get a jump start on Christmas crafting. You can see previous weeks and projects below, just in case you’ve missed one.

This week‘s project is designed to unleash your creativity. Use the graphics as is for your junk journal, as tags or journaling cards or even as stickers, just print onto sticker paper and cut with scissors. They’re rectangles so they’re fast and easy to cut at any size.

Here’s a closer look at the Night Before Christmas. Vintage graphics:

This set of altered Christmas images began as a vintage book from 1900. My copy of the classic Night Before Christmas is is poor shape, the pages generally crumble if you touch them, but I was able to scan the color plates. (Don’t try to right click, there’s a full file waiting for you below.)



About this series: If you want to relax and enjoy the holidays but still have plenty of handcrafted loveliness to enjoy, it’s time to get started! In this new series, we will tackle a different project each week. Complete the project and stash it until you’re ready to use it. By December, you’ll have a go to pile of ornaments, small gifts, tags and more, ready to use and enjoy. Find other weeks here:

Week 4 Christmas Printable Crafts Series

This week‘s Christmas crafts printable comes in 3 sizes -- a half page, journal card size and mini size for extra versatility. I'm using this for a mini journal now and will link it here when its done.

Free Christmas Junk Journal Craft Notes

Print the free Night Before Christmas Journal Cards on heavy cardstock (I like the 110 weight) if you want to use them as journaling cards or tags. Print them onto matte sticker paper or matte sticker vinyl if you want to use them as stickers.

Free Christmas Crafts Files

I‘ve added this free Christmas junk journal printable to Christmas section of the shop -- it has a lot of parts and was too big for this page or the free library. Find it here, or click the image below.

Look for more of this series in the weeks to come. I ended up with 16 planned projects, so there will be plenty to make and do!

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