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Merry Christmas everyone – here are my free Christmas printables for all those who celebrate.

free christmas printables

(Link to the free printable files further down.)

If you don’t celebrate Christmas because your culture has different holidays, do let me know what you celebrate and how.

And don’t forget to let me know what time of year your main celebrations are.

You can leave a comment under my free Christmas printables video over on YouTube.

I am happy to hear from people of all cultures to learn about different celebrations.

In this set of four free Christmas printables there are three border sets and one sheet of stickers.

free Christmas printables

These free Christmas printables can be used in your scapbooking projects and crafts.

Are you are lucky enough to own a cutting machine such as the Silhouette Cameo or Cricut?

If so, you can also cut the designs out electronically and use the Christmas shapes sheet to create stickers.

You will need to use the print and cut settings to do it, so you will need to know how to do that.

Don’t worry if you don’t have a cutting machine, in this video, I show you another way to cut stickers using a gyro cutter.

Gyro cutters are a great inexpensive alternative to expensive electronic cutting machines.

I’ve had my Gyro Cut for three years now and I haven’t used it that much.

It’s a neat little tool for cutting around designs as if you were holding a pen.
The Gyro Cut has a tiny blade that pivots 360 degrees as you draw it around a shape.

There are some 360 degree handheld cutting tools in my Amazon shops. did not have any of the Gyro Cut brand tools in stock but there is a similar brand available. does have a few of the branded Gyro Cut tools in stock.

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I decided to use the cutter to show people how it works with my stickers.

The electronic die cutting machines are fantastic but they are pretty expensive.

When you cut stickers with them, they do what is called a ‘kiss cut’, meaning the blade only cuts the sticker and not the backing.

That way, you can peel the sticker off the backing easily because it didn’t cut right through.

If you use the Gyro Cut (or similar brand) to handcut your sticker outlines, you will probably go right through the backing too.

And although it is harder to peel the sticker off the backing without the benefit of a ‘kiss cut’, you can do it.

You just need to tease the edge of the sticker until the top layer separates.

Click here to go to my Google Drive where all my free printables are stored.

Click here to go to my the page that has a list of all my free printables and links.

Click here to read the Terms and Conditions of downloading and using my free printables.

Thank you for your visit here.

Whatever you are celebrating or enjoying at this time of year, I wish you all lots of seasonal goodwill.

I may not be back until the New Year but when I return, I will have more free printables for you.

Meanwhile, enjoy the free Christmas printables and a very happy Christmas to you.