Add a personal and festive touch to your Christmas table setting with these beautiful watercolor free printable Christmas place cards.
Christmas is just days away! The kids are squirrely and have pretty much checked out at school. I’m scrambling to get all those classmate and teacher gifts together and keep sane. This mama is so looking forward to packing it all up and heading to the country to spend next week with our parents and families at the cottage.
I’m of course looking forward to all the yummy food on Christmas day. Christmas is an extra special time as we also celebrate our dad’s birthday. The kids love to hear how he was born on Christmas day in the “old country”, at home, with most of the house gone to church and our grandmother basically delivering him on her own. All that’s missing in the story is the manger and wise men 😉 . What different times those were!
Free Printable Christmas Place Cards
Last month we created and shared free printable Thanksgiving place cards. They were so well received: it was amazing seeing some of the Thanksgiving tablescape photos our readers sent us. So I got out my paints and created new name card printables for Christmas. There are two sets of four designs each: one set is red and green, and the other blue and gold. Just print out as many copies as you need for your Christmas table setting.
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Supplies Needed to Make your Own Free Printable Christmas Place Cards
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- free printable Christmas place cards template
- heavy cardstock * or glossy photo paper
- scissors or a paper cutter*
- utility or craft knife*
- paper scoring tool*
- black pen or fine tip marker*
Instructions to Make DIY Christmas Name Cards
We have a full tutorial on how to print and cut out the Christmas place cards in our tutorial for the Thanksgiving printable place cards.
We thoroughly hope you enjoy and print out these Christmas name cards for your holiday table. If you are expecting out-of-town guests, be sure to check out our 13 easy and inexpensive guest bedroom ideas to make them feel extra welcome and cozy. And if you’re still hunting for a Christmas gift for a loved one, consider some of these non-stuff gift ideas for a spouse or other hard-to-buy-for person on your list.
Have a beautiful Christmas friends!