DIY · Ephemera

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

Love&Light

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

    1. 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!

    1. 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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