Vintage Christmas Village – DAY 23, 24 & 25 – free printables

Have you noticed that other than the colors being Christmassy and the daily Snow Cherubs, my Vintage Christmas Village is not using a lot of typical Christmas elements? Well, today we have arrived at the final 3 Christmas Cottages, and I have allowed more obvious symbols 🙂

Wings of Whimsy: Vintage Christmas Village - DAY 23 - free printables #vintage #victorian #ephemera #cottage #cherub #tree

Wings of Whimsy: Vintage Christmas Village - DAY 24 -  free printables #vintage #victorian #ephemera #cottage #cherub #tree

Wings of Whimsy: Vintage Christmas Village - DAY 25 - free printables #vintage #victorian #ephemera #cottage #cherub #tree

There is also two more Christmas Trees, the gold paper lace tree, that I think fits well if you want to create a snowy scene, and the decorated Victorian Christmas Tree, that would fit anywhere 🙂

Pick up your copies of the printable files for these 2 sets and the 2 new Christmas Trees here:

Download Printables

These files are free for your personal use and enjoyment 🙂

I have used the following elements for todays designs:

Little Paper Houses – Just Something I Made

Christmas Label – The Graphics Fairy

Christmas Typography – The Graphics Fairy

Robin No I – Tuck DB

Robin No II – Tuck DB

Winter Graphics – The Country Yearbook on Open Library

Victorian Paper Lace – Antiques Atlas

Victorian Christmas Tree – Zibi Vintage Scrap

Snow Cherub – Manualidades

Snow Cherub – The Graphics Fairy

Snow Cherub – Vintage Images



4 thoughts on “Vintage Christmas Village – DAY 23, 24 & 25 – free printables

    • Hello Dear 🙂 Since google changed their setting recently, you will have to download one and one file. Click on the file you want in the folder, it will open in a black background viewer. Look for the arrow in the top of the viewer, directly above the image, this is the download button. I hope this helps 🙂 xoxoxo

  1. Oh my goodness these are all so beautiful! What a lovely gift to share with all of us. I can only imagine the time and effort that went into creating these mini works of art. Want to let you know your work is appreciated……thank you for sharing!

    • Thank you very much Cathy!

      I am very sorry about my belated answer on so many comments, I had some internet issues, but hope they are all resolved now! 🙂

      Yes, many of my creations take a lot of time to create, but when they are done all the hardship is forgotten. And when someone leaves a wonderful comment like yours, I’m utterly inspired to push forward with yet another project…lol! Enjoy, and hope to see you around 😀 xoxoxo

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