Miniature Christmas Holiday Printies!


Merry Christmas, everyone!

A Christmas treat for you all - some printable miniature Christmas cards made with Victorian clipart from my collection. Save the image below to your hard drive and print it out with your own graphics program, or print it straight from the web (just open the image in a new window and set your print preferences to scale it to 33%.) Use heavy paper or light cardstock and print at high-quality settings for beautiful miniature cards.

You'll find more Christmas printies on my website - cards, wrapping paper, ornament boxes, and sheet music: Christmas Printies

9 comments:

rosanna said...

Thank you very much Grace. Best wishes Rosanna

Pubdoll said...

Merry Christmas Grace and thank you so much for sharing your treats!

-Helene

Debbie said...

A very Merry Christmas to you and yours Grace. I hope your having a wonderful time..xxx

Eva said...

Thanks for the printables!!
Merry Christmas!!

Maria Jose said...

Merry Christmas to you !!!

Caseymini said...

Grace, thank you for the printies and Merry Christmas!

Linda Carswell said...

Thank You very much for the lovely 'printies'.....they are all beautiful.
Wishing you a Happy New Year!

Linda

marlies said...

Sorry I'm late, I hope you had a great christmas time.
Thank you for the lovely printies!
* marlies

TreeFeathers said...

Glad you all like the Christmas printies, I'm putting more together for the New Year so stay tuned!

- Grace

 

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