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Free printable photo ornament – The House That Lars Built

The holiday season is a time to create lasting memories with your loved ones, and what better way to cherish those moments than with personalized Christmas decorations? Just like the printable photo gift tags, I’m excited to share this cheerful and nostalgic free printable Christmas photo ornament that allows you to insert a cherished photo, adding a touch of warmth and sentiment to your tree. I love how they turned out!

We’ve done a version of this before with these printable ornaments, but before we throw in some bells or candy, here I wanted to focus on the idea of ​​turning an ornament into a photo moment. I love how the printable photo decorations turned out! Simply print your photo, cut it out and add it! I love the idea of ​​adding a few here and there or making a whole tree of memories from the year or past.

Retro Christmas charm:

I really wanted to lean into old-fashioned decoration because the sleek, puffy shapes are so innovative. Vintage Christmas decorations have a timeless charm that brings a sense of nostalgia and tradition to the holiday season. This year, we wanted to capture that vintage spirit and offer you a unique way to celebrate your precious memories. This free printable ornament combines the classic look of vintage design with the modern touch of customization, making it the perfect addition to your holiday decorations.

How to get free printable vintage Christmas decorations:

Getting our charming vintage Christmas decorations is easy, and best of all, completely free! Once again, we’ve partnered with HP on this design to add to their extensive printable library, which you can find here. The design features whimsical patterns and a festive color palette reminiscent of bygone eras, evoking the spirit of Christmases past.

Printable Christmas decorations




5 minutes


Printable picture decoration

  1. Start by printing the printable version

  2. Print your photos (I chose black and white for contrast with the colorful embellishments). Make sure the photos are small enough to fit in the frame of the opening.

  3. Cut around the ornament and inside the frame.

  4. Crop the image after tracing it with a pencil to make sure it is the right shape.

  5. Paste the image onto the ornament.

  6. Hole punch end decoration

  7. Add twine and hang!

Share the joy:

The beauty of our Christmas decorations lies not only in their aesthetic appeal, but also in their ability to share joy. Consider printing multiple copies and creating ornaments for family and friends, each personalized with an image that has special meaning to them. It’s a sincere and cost-effective way to spread holiday cheer and create a sense of unity, even when distance separates you.

A meaningful addition to your tree:

Once assembled, your vintage Christmas ornaments are ready to take pride of place on your tree. The combination of vintage aesthetics and a personal modern touch will capture visitors’ attention and spark conversations about the memories encapsulated within each ornament. This year, let your tree tell a story – one that celebrates the beauty of tradition and the importance of family.

I can not wait to see you! Share it with us via our hashtag #Holidays_with_Lars


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