(Plus some paper bead news and the free printable coming next – read on!)
News flash – I have now created a special page where will find all my free printables in one place. You no longer need passwords to access them and I have also put in the YouTube tutorial links showing you how to use most of the free printables. Click here to go to the page.
As promised, here are four more free Christmas printables for you.
You can get the previous set of free Christmas printables by clicking here.
Free clip art is always welcomed by crafters, so I have been busy creating some nice cosy Christmas images for you to download and use.
You can use them on cards, tags, gift wrap, scrapbooking, journaling – the choice is yours.
All I ask is that you abide by the Terms & Conditions of using my images – there aren’t many but I would appreciate it if you would respect the ones I do have😍.
The image of Santa giving out presents is actually an old 1911 pic that I have altered and added snow to give it a real wintry feel.
There are more free Christmas printables in the pipeline…
If you are a paper bead maker you may enjoy using the free design I am giving away in my next post.
I’m not sure which day I will be publishing, so if you want to make sure you get notified, just subscribe to this blog and you will be notified of new posts as soon as they come out.
My next post will be about how to use the design and I will be showing you exactly how I made the beads in the picture.
And if anyone is interested in making pillow paper beads, you will love my latest discovery!
It’s been more decades than I want to admit since I discovered the joy of paper beading and in all that time, I have managed to never make pillow beads.
So I was really excited when I discovered a crafter with a channel called Wokos Crafts on YouTube
Woko has some beautiful videos on paper beading, especially the one showing how to make pillow beads.
If you want to learn how to make pillow beads, click the link above for Wokos Crafts and you will see how it is done.
It is a very simple technique and you don’t need a bead tool. Woko is very softly spoken and relaxing to watch.
And if you want to use the same colors that I used, you can download and print my designs onto glossy paper, by clicking the links under the pictures.
And in case you are wondering, there are stringing holes in pillow beads beads but they are in the corners.
If you liked my free Christmas printables, keep coming back because there will be many more free printables in the coming months.
And if there is anything in particular that you would like, maybe a certain colour scheme or pattern, let me know.
I do have an etsy shop where I sell paper bead templates but as life is way more than just about money, I love being able to give away some designs on this website too.
I also sell paper bead making tools in my shop for making small hole beads (3mm) and large hole European style beads (5mm).
But coming up very soon, I am going to show you how I make beautiful European Style paper beads without using my bead tools.
I will be demonstrating how I get the core holes to the perfect size for the bead cores to fit.
Enjoy your crafting projects and please consider subscribing here so you don’t miss any free printables.
And enjoy the free Christmas printables – ’tis the season to be jolly fa la la la la, la la la la!