As I planned my gallery wall in the dining room, I found myself thinking about how I could use the same frames and swap the art seasonally, for the fall or Christmas season.
Is this something people do?? I feel a little over the top swapping my art for the holidays, and yet I love the idea of a fully festive home (especially this year). So, why shouldn’t we deck the walls?
I think the key is not to swap out every piece on your wall, but to mix one or two seasonal prints that work with your decorating style, in among the usual crowd. This is ideal on a gallery wall or in a room that has a few different art pieces.
I’ll be sure to show ours off as an example once I actually get these pieces on the wall!
Shopping for Holiday Printables
Printable art is perfect for this task: it’s super inexpensive, and you can have them printed however you want to, whatever size you need. I like using Social Print Studio for photo prints, but for smaller items I’ll use Target Photo or even just print it myself at home on heavier paper—once you get it in a frame, you can’t even tell!
Speaking of frames, you can swap your holiday art into your existing frames so easily, or you can buy inexpensive frames and just swap the whole thing out seasonally.
Plus, digital prints are great because they’re available right now—you get them in your email basically instantly—so you can deck the walls ASAP if you find yourself needing a little Christmas.
Don’t worry, I did the legwork (shopping) for you, and today I’m sharing my favorite printable holiday art. These options span styles, from minimal to modern to rustic to midcentury—so there’s something for everyone!
And as I know we all have mixed feelings about art with words in the era of Tiktok teasing moms for their “Live Laugh Love” decor, I mostly stuck to word-free options. Rest assured, whatever your favorite Christmas song is, you can find the lyrics in a print on Etsy.
The best part? All of these prints are from small businesses, so if you order one, you’ll not only make your walls jolly, but you’ll make a business owner or artist’s day.
Ready to shop? Here we go!
Printable Holiday Art Roundup
Sources: Mistletoe Sketch | Pink Truck with Tree | Snowy Trees Landscape | Pa Rum Pum Pum Pum | Pine Tree Print | Merry and Plaid Duo | Midcentury Modern Christmas Tree | Nutcracker Characters Print | Holly Berries | Christmas Tree Hair Model | Modern Christmas Tree Pattern | Minimalist Rudolph | Watercolor Snowy Trees
Obviously, I tend to associate trees with Christmas, and you can incorporate them no matter what your style: this midcentury one is so fun, but this striking pine tree would make a beautiful addition to a farmhouse or traditional space. The landscape trees can be left up even after the new year, whether you choose a photo or a watercolor version.
Want something a little more modern? The Pa Rum Pum Pum Pum typography printable is a sweet, subtle hint of holidays, and I also love the minimalist interpretation of Rudolph (comes in a set of 5 prints).
In our house, we have this Christmas tree hair model print (also comes printed for you if you don’t want a printable), and it’s absolutely stunning in person. We also have the mistletoe sketch printable and it’s really lovely, too. I want to order this berry branch next, and it comes in a set of 10 so it’s a great value.
Which ones are your favorite? Tell me in the comments!
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