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Free Winter and Christmas Scrapbook Paper

There was something ironic about sitting in South Florida with the air conditioning blasting while I created these free winter and Christmas scrapbook papers. Oh well, it may be hot outside where I am but I could have sworn I felt a cool breeze as I mentally readied myself for winter. It must have been all those candy canes, snowmen, snowflakes and Christmas trees on the scrapbook paper designs below that were producing the chill.

These designs were created in Picnik at 200 dpi. So they're not quite large enough for digital scrapbooking but they will work very well for scrapbookers and crafters who want to print them and use them as backgrounds. They can even be used as wrapping paper! Ignore the fact that the samples below look blurry. When you click on them, and the new window opens and you click again to produce a larger version, you'll see that the artwork is quite large and clear.

Be sure to vote in the Christmas scrapbook poll below!

Download Instructions for the Winter and Christmas Scrapbook Paper

Please read the terms of use below before downloading.

To download, choose a thumbnail version of any of the winter or Christmas scrapbook papers. When you click on one, it will appear larger. Then, if you use a Mac, control-click the image until you get a pop-up menu with an option to save the file. If you have a PC, right-click and save the artwork to your hard drive.

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Terms of Use

You're welcome to use these Christmas scrapbook papers all you want for scrapbooks (of course!), school projects, craft projects, on Web sites or blogs, or other personal uses, as long as you provide a link to this page (if you'll be using them on a Web site or blog) and DO NOT distribute the images, even for free.

If you want to display multiple scrapbook papers from this page, please do so by posting a screenshot, along with a link to this page.

The scrapbook papers on this page were created at Picnik.com, a free graphics application. If you'd like to incorporate any of these images into products to use commercially or for anything not described above, please read the Picnik terms of service, which can be found through a link at the bottom of Picnik.com.

If you have any questions, please contact Carla at info [@] vintageholidaycrafts [.com].

Also, please note that I have very little control over the ads that appear on this page.

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Want More Free Images?

Check out the Free Clip Art Sourcebook, which contains links to my collection of free images.

Also, some of the scrapbook papers on this page have matching Christmas clip art images.

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Comments

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on December 02, 2011:

What a terrific idea, RTalloni. Have fun!

RTalloni on November 30, 2011:

I saw a new origami hub from lady rain earlier tonight and was looking over this hub and wondering about a project that would meld the two...thanks!

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on November 28, 2011:

You're welcome, Heather!

Heather on November 28, 2011:

Thank you for the great paper.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on November 17, 2009:

Hi, Shar. Try http://www.redrivercatalog.com/. They have a large selection of papers.

shar 1948 on November 17, 2009:

hi, i am trying to find a glossy paper like what is used to print magazines on, want to use in my printer. please help if you know what it is called and where to get 100 to 300 pages at a time or smaller .shar1948

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on November 12, 2009:

You're welcome, Lily. :-)

Lily Rose from A Coast on November 12, 2009:

Love these - thanks!

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on October 11, 2009:

Yes it is. :-)

Elayne from Rocky Mountains on October 11, 2009:

free is a great word!!

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on October 08, 2009:

Thanks, Cherie. I really appreciate your offer of links! Enjoy the scrapbook paper. :-)

Info Help from Chicago on October 08, 2009:

Great job on this hub! I am going to use some of the patterns for scrapbooking and I will make sure to link your hub to mine when I start writing hubs on Christmas :)

Thank you

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on October 05, 2009:

I appreciate your kind words, Charm. Thanks in advance for the links! :-)

Charm Baker from Los Angeles, California on October 05, 2009:

Wow - really awesome patterns and prints. Thanks for all the great Xmas related links too. I thought I'd get a jump on the holiday hubbing, and wouldn't you know it, I'm not the only one (great minds think alike!) I'll be linking this hub and some of your other information to my Xmas hubs. Boy - some people are just sooooooo creative!!!

KyonSOS23 from Nabon on October 04, 2009:

oh ,Thank for sharing.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on October 02, 2009:

You're welcome, Jean. I hope you find good uses for the scrapbook papers.

JeanMeriam on October 02, 2009:

Yay! Thank you. I can't believe how close it is to Christmas.

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on September 30, 2009:

Thanks, Ethyl. Christmas will be here before we know it!

Ethel Smith from Kingston-Upon-Hull on September 30, 2009:

Handy hub as Christmas approaches

Carla Chadwick (author) from Georgia on September 30, 2009:

Thanks for the comments, Ryan, lyricsingray and Jim.

Hey, Jim! I'd be more than happy to send you all the heat and humidity you want. ;-) (And I hope you got my e-mail from a few days ago.)

astrosurfer from Canada on September 30, 2009:

Hey Carla,

You shouldn't worry too much about winter in FLA, You can send some of that winter weather up here. lol

Jim

lyricsingray on September 30, 2009:

What a great idea-thanks!

ryankett on September 29, 2009:

Good hub, I always find that the word 'Free' generally means lots of traffic.... need to put that into practice a little more.