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Snowy Forest Free Watercolour Printable

Looking for a simple free printable for your Christmas or holiday decor? You’ll love this simple snowy forest free watercolour printable that I’m sharing today!

The snowy forest printable framed in white.

Are you starting to get excited about the holidays approaching?

We’ve had the most amazing fall weather here so I haven’t really felt the need to bunker down and get cozy.  I’m thankful for the sunny, crisp fall days that we’ve had but it seems as though they are coming to an end very shortly.  The forecast ahead is for rain and possibly even some snow, so I guess it’s time to bust out the Christmas tree and the twinkly lights.  

Fall Evenings

Nothing makes you feel quite so cozy on those looooong late fall and winter evenings as holidays lights.  This year, living in the cabin,  I’m also craving a little more simplicity and nature in our fall decor.  Last week I shared how to flock your own natural greenery to give it a light, snowy feel.  And today I’m sharing the counterpart to that; a simple snowy forest winter printable that I’ve used to create an outdoorsy, rustic feel on our early holiday mantel.  These little decor touches are definitely getting me in the mood for a nature-inspired simple Christmas.  

Free Holiday Printable Snowy Forest Watercolour on the mantel graphic.

A white washed fireplace with the printable on the ledge.

I love how these DIY flocked pine branches give our fireplace mantel such a simple, wintery, rustic feel.  Did you see the post I shared the other day about how to flock natural greenery? I can’t wait to do some more!

There are small branches and trees beside the printable.

Up close shot of the snowy trees.

The watercolour printable.

After we observe Remembrance Day on Wednesday I’ll be ready to break out the holiday decor.  I’m looking forward to getting our flocked tree up and starting to bring in other simple Christmas touches.  As much as I want things to be simple and relaxed this year in the cabin, I also can’t wait for all the twinkly lights on these long winter evenings.  Who’s with me?

If you want to add some a wintery forest print to your own decor this holiday season, you can download these from my printable library.  All of my email subscribers have access to it, and I  have a ton more Christmas printables that you might be interested in, as well!  I’ve made each of these printables available in a 5×7 and 8×10 size.

To download any or all of these free printable thank you designs for yourself (as well as get access to ALL my free printables), simply subscribe below.

This series of four printables can be found in the folder entitled “Christmas Printables” and then “Snowy Forest” in my printable library.

If you are already an email subscriber you can access these in the printable library.  The link to access it and the password are at the bottom of every email I send you. If you are a new subscriber, then after confirming your subscription you will be sent a link to my google drive with access to all of my free printables. Please allow up to an hour to receive your email and instructions, and check your junk mail folder before contacting me.  If you have any issues after waiting at least an hour and checking your junk mail, then email me at krista@thehappyhousie.com and I’ll send you some instructions. I hope you can use these and enjoy them!

More Christmas Printables for you!

Today I’m joining some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their free printables for the Christmas season.  Be sure to check out their posts by clicking on the links below the images.

Pinecone Christmas Gift Tags by Ella Claire & Co. Nostalgic Gift Tag by Handmade Farmhouse Christmas Miracle by anderson + grant Christmas Cards by Live Laugh Rowe

Merry Little Christmas by Lolly Jane Christmas Plaid Paper by Zevy Joy Wonderful Counselor by Nest of Posies | Cozy Christmas Essentials by Clean and Scentsible

Snowy Forest by Happy Housie Christmas Card Set by Designthusiasm Vintage Santa by My Someday in May Christmas Peonies Gift Tags by Shabbyfufu

Prince of Peace by Maison de Pax Christmas Prints by Taryn Whiteaker Countdown to Christmas by My Sweet Savannah Moody Magnolia Painting by Craftberry Bush


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  1. I am afraid that I find this to be the most convoluted site I have ever been on. I am a subscriber and have been for years. Trying to get to actually being able to print the free printables is maddening. I am trying to print the Snowy Forest and it keeps asking me to subscribe and then takes me back to the same post.

    1. Hi Ruth- I’ll email you. The link and password are at the bottom of every single email I send to my subscribers – you don’t have to access the printables through the post again once you’ve subscribed, you have direct access to the drive where I keep them stored. Instructions have been sent just now by email:)

  2. I entered in my name and email but have not received access. I have checked spam and promotional in my inbox.

  3. Hi Krista,
    I’m interested in the snowy trees printable and blue Christmas vintage trucks but when I went in to the library it only had the calendad for 2020.
    Is there a way that I could download these for the holidays?
    Thanks so much,

    1. Hi Heather,
      Everything should be in the folder “Christmas Printables” – I just looked and they are there under “snowy forest” and “vintage trucks blue/green”. Hope this helps!

    2. Hi Heather – I just checked the printable library and they are both in there – under the file “Christmas printables” – I think you may have inadvertently clicked on the calendar file by mistake. Hope this helps,

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