Need to keep the little ones busy so you can get everything done? Why not decorate this Christmas tree courtesy of Babalisme. Simply print, cut and let the kids design their own trees. Be sure to visit Babalisme for lots of other adorable freebies as well!
Maybe you're looking for a little last minute decor. If so, check out this cute Holiday Banner from eighteen25. Download and print the pennants and then use white cardstock, bias tape and adhesive to put it all together. They've even put together a tutorial to makes things really simple.
If you're giving away baking as gifts then these tags from Everybody Likes Sandwiches will come in handy. The download includes tags in a few different colours with various baking themed wishes.
If you're still wrapping gifts then you really need to check out this year's Holiday Gift Tag collection from the super talented Helen Dardik of Orange You Lucky! I love that she's got you covered for Christmas and Hanukkah. Click the link to see the full collection and make sure you check out last year's tags as well.
Last but not least, my most viewed post this month has been the Christmas tag printables I created last year. If you haven't seen them you can check them out and download them from here.
Well that's it for this holiday season. I hope everyone celebrating Christmas has a very merry one!