Liven up your Christmas decor this year by printing out some great printable holiday decorations without leaving the comforts of home. The best part: you won’t need a degree in Paper Arts or a stash of obscure crafting supplies to get these pieces ready to display.

The printable gingerbread house (above) may not include real candy, but it sure is sweet with lots of  individual characters to position. Or for your kids to reposition every chance they get. ($3 for download; with lots of other sets in Fantastic Toys’ Etsy shop)

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Scandinavian DIY printable ornaments | Cool Mom Picks

Tired of green-and-red everything? Check out these Scandinavian-inspired, geometric printable Christmas ornaments that would look great on your tree, or just hanging in a group by the mantle, or wherever you need a little holiday cheer. ($10.91 for 12 printable ornaments; smaller sets available too, Sam Osborne Shop)


Printable Christmas mid century homes | Cool Mom Picks

Check out these super-cool Mid-Century Modern House Printable Ornaments that you can print out pre-colored, or let the kids color them in however they’d like. With a hole punch, these become sweet ornaments for the tree, but I especially like them freestanding in an informal cluster on a table. (free printable, Thompson Family)


Printable candle wraps for Christmas | Cool Mom Picks

A group of candles or votives gets dressed up for the holidays with these simple printable holiday candle wraps. Love the blue-and-red color combination and the clean design. ($5 for printable file which also includes other items, Studio 120 Underground)

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Printable paper cone dolls | Cool Mom Picks

My kids would get a kick out of playing with these printable cone-shaped paper dolls from Mr Printables. With nine little characters all dressed up for the cold months ahead, don’t be surprised if they don’t want to pack these away after the holidays. (free printable, Mr Printables)


Christmas Tree Coloring Printable | Cool Mom Picks


Also check out Mr Printables’ huge printable Christmas tree coloring project, made up of over 20 sheets of paper! My kids would have a blast decorating their very own tree then hanging it on the wall. (free download, Mr Printables)


Reindeer-printable-craft | Cool Mom Picks

You know Dasher and Dancer. . .but this little papercraft reindeer would make such a cute addition to your decorations. Sure, this one is a bit more complicated, but the final result is worth the effort. (free download, Media Molecule)

Printable iron-on Rudolph napkin | Cool Mom Picks

Not all Christmas printables have to end up as paper projects, as shown with this adorable iron-on project that turn a plain cloth napkin into a Rudolph-adorned napkin fit for the holiday table. Try it on tea towels too. (free download, Say Yes Blog)