Free white Christmas printable papers
Download our free White Christmas printable papers, toppers and sentiments for card making, papercraft and scrapbooking.
The magic of a white Christmas has been captured in this charming set of winter papers, toppers and sentiments. From frosty flourishes to perfect pastels, this delightful collection of papers is ideal for layering with the enchanting toppers for cool Christmas projects, all with a homely feel.
If you like these, then check out our collection of patterned papers, all free to download. We’re updating the page all the time with new free papercraft downloads, so be sure to bookmark it and check back regularly. We love these delightful Northern lights printables for card making!
Try this Z-fold card with your free printables
Take a 10 x 13cm card blank and fold back the front, to create a tri-fold card. Open up the card, and layer dark blue card onto the three different sections, leaving narrow borders around the edge.
Layer the snowflake paper onto the dark blue card, leaving narrow borders around the edge for extra detail. Fussy cut the row of houses, accent it with glitter glue, then cut it into three sections as shown in the picture. (You can fold the row of houses instead of cutting, but we've found that by cutting them and mounting them on a strip produces a neater fold for the final card.)
Cut a 3 x 20cm strip of card, mountain fold it in half, valley fold it at 15cm then add the houses. Adhere the strip to your card, in the first and last quarters only. Embellish for the finishing touches.
Download your free White Christmas printables:
To download the free White Christmas printable paper collection, click on the link below and it will open in a new window. You can then save or download the sheet. There is one PDF to download, which contains five patterned paper designs and three jolly topper sheets.
Rhiannon is an illustrator with a preference for work that looks folky, inky, and a little bit messy. Previous clients have included Immediate Media, Go Ape, Essex Wildlife Trust, the University of Essex, Durham University, the University of Oslo, Wivenhoe House Hotel, and Sketchbook Studios.