Framed Christmas tree printable – art to integrate into your home for the holidays that easily transitions into winter.

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Each season year after year I update a few frames throughout our home to transition a room from one season to the next without a lot of effort and very little to no expense.

I have received so many inquiries about this framed Christmas tree from last year that I am sharing the tree printable with you to enjoy as well.

framed christmas

There are a lot of old images that out-of-copyright scientific illustrations that are easy to incorporate into your home at no cost. This tree printable has long been one of my holiday favorites. In fact, it remains in the frame, I just place one image in front of the next and rotate them so that they don’t consume storage space and I can update effortlessly.

framed christmas

As is, this prints to a 9×14 – you can alter it if you wish to fit a frame or matte to size.

christmas tree printable

Yes, you may have seen this image available in shops on Etsy, pre-framed, etc, that’s because this image is public domain. I hesitated to share this framed Christmas decor before because it is not owned. It is available for you to use, just read the *disclosure below before printing.

An old illustration of a pine tree.

Free Printable Tree

Print, frame and enjoy!

tree printable

Download your tree printable here! I’d love to see / hear how you use it! Let me know if the comments below or tag me on Instagram!

As you can see, I’ve incorporated this framed Christmas tree hung over our nightstand and leaning up on our dresser, but it’s the perfect addition to any room. I hope you and your family enjoy this framed Christmas tree printable as well!

framed christmas tree

*There are no representations or warranties, including that the images actually are public domain or otherwise have no restrictions on use, or warranties of merchantability or any other kind of warranty. Each user is fully responsible for their own use of these images and recognizes Julie Blanner is not responsible in any way. You  understand that we believe the images are free to use.

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  1. I’m severely tech challenged. I love this but how does one typically go about getting something like this printed and on nice paper etc? Thanks!

    1. You can upload the image to Fedex office and have them print on nice paper for you or use cardstock from Paper Source. Enjoy!

  2. Love this tree printable!! Thank you for sharing it!
    I’ve followed your blog for a few years, but was searching on here today for some exterior ideas for a home we are looking at. It was built in 1975 and has some  “Tudor” accents similar to yours! The diamond shaped window panes as well! Do you have a photo of your exterior BEFORE you painted? All the trim on this house is dark brown. Was yours dark as well? I’m trying to wrap my head around some ideas for this great house we may put an offer on. I am more of a colonial, traditional style girl. But this house had so many good things and the layout is perfect. Help me visualize the exterior!