Poster Size Christmas Chalkboard Print & ?’s for You

With 2016 on the horizon, I stared thinking about what kind of projects I’d like to work on next year, but it occurred to me that I should ask YOU what kind of projects you would like to see.

First, I’ll show you today’s project, then I have a brief survey at the end that will only take a moment  for you to answer.  Thanks in advance!

     Now, onto today’s project! 🙂

Poster Size Christmas Chalkboard Printable

If you don’t have a budget for original paintings or art, poster size engineering prints are such an inexpensive way to add larger scale “art”, even on the smallest of budgets.

Free chalkboard Christmas poster size engineering print in a rustsic wooden frame - KnickofTime.net

One of my favorite Christmas songs is, “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”, so I created a chalkboard printable with the lyrics from the song, in a pretty script font.

My husband creates the frames for me out of pallet wood, so there’s no expense, and he can make them whatever size I need.

{See the rustic frame tutorial here}

I have this one hanging in my entryway, and I mounted it to the back of the frame the same way as I did the Silent Night print in my living room, so I can switch out the artwork in both of them easily.

Free printable poster size Christmas chalkboard download available at KnickofTime.net

I left a wide black margin around the words, so you can print it whatever size you want, without any of the words getting cropped off.

I recommend going to a print shop, like Staples, and they can print most sizes for you.  The print I had made is an 18″x 24″ poster size engineering print, for under $4.

{Click here to save and print as a poster size image}

When you open the image, it looks sideways, but prints correctly as a poster size image.

Last year I shared a different chalkboard printable based on the same song.

And here is a printable of the song from an antique hymn book.

I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day hymn book printable - KnickofTime.net

I hope you enjoy them all!

I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day poster size chalkboard print available at KnickofTime.net

Here are a few more projects I love from other bloggers!

This cute “Merry and Bright” Christmas printable is from Pastels & Mararons

plaid Merry and Bright Christmas printable

This isn’t a printable, but it’s an adorable chalkboard sign idea from Artsy Chicks Rule.

chalkboard art on platter

This cute chalkboard printable is from House of Hawthornes

chalkboard printable

And these chalkboard printables are from Simply Kierse

Chalkboard Gift Tags

Now for the survey…

Which kind of projects do you prefer? (you can comment with just the number, or give some suggestions, which I would love!  You can see examples of each category by clicking on the bold face text.

1 – Repurposed Projects (turning something old into something new).

2. – DIY Projects

3. Painted Sign Projects 

4.  Pallet Wood Projects

5.  Antique Graphics & Free Printables

6.  Furniture Makeovers (I don’t do a ton of these, but if you like them, I can do more!)

7.  Something Else…I don’t know what, and I hope you don’t say cooking, but I’m open to your ideas!

Thanks so much for your help – I look forward to hearing your preferences!

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  1. I am mostly interested in repurposed items, and furniture redos. Always on the hunt for new techniques and ideas. Keep up the good work!

  2. I like 1, 2, and 5. But I enjoy whatever you list. Thank you!

  3. Liz Thomas says:

    1 or anything you do!!

  4. 1, 3 & 5 but I love everything you do.
    Thank you for all the creative projects you share with us and Merry Christmas to you and your family.

  5. I like it all and think a mix of all those choices is the best. Thanks for sharing your talents!

  6. I definitely love your repurposed projects. I don’t see much much of those on any of the other blogs I read.
    Happy Christmas to you and your family!
    Karen

  7. I like them all. I love opening my email everyday to see what project awaits me! The mix of projects you offer fits my life perfectly.

  8. 1. Look forward to reading your emails every morning. Merry Christmas!Rosanne

  9. All of the above

  10. 1 4 6

  11. I like your blog as is – just the right mixture of projects, printables, etc
    Thanks for sharing!!

  12. Repurposed things are my fav but I agree with some of the others that said your mixture is great. Keep things exciting. Wondering what that Angie will do next.
    I’m all about cheap so I think you should do projects that fit into “your life of good finds.”
    Let Junx be your guide, lol.

  13. Please keep doing what you are doing!! Love it all!
    Thank you! Always fun to see and read!

  14. 1,3,5,6, love it all! Keep doing what you’re doing, you’re always an inspiration in everything you do! Thanks so much for being you!

  15. I love everything you do but mostly 1, 2, & 6.

  16. My favorites are 1, 2, & 6! Ilook forward to your emails each and every day! Thank you for sharing your talent!

  17. 2,3 and 4

  18. I like it all….not all are to my tastes…but no one has the same tastes as another……but not caring for a certain project doesn’t stop me from reading your blog daily….as with all bloggers I tend to follow…some things I love and others just are not me…but I still follow them…

  19. Marlene Stephenson says:

    I actually love anything you want to do but, you want an answer so i will say 1,2, and 5 are my favorites. I love your blog and enjoy reading it so thanks for asking.

  20. Linda Schuetz says:

    I would be interested in all topics. Just wanting new ideas.
    Really enjoy your ideas!
    Thanks so much.

  21. 1,6,2, and really I’ve enjoyed all that you have shown. Keep up the good work, if you venture out to something different, then we go with you!

  22. Can I vote for all of the above? 🙂 I really like your blog just the way it is. I love your style and your projects are an inspiration for me. Wishing your and yours a Merry Christmas.

  23. mare williams says:

    NOT TO MAKE YOUR JOB HARDER, BUT I REALLY DO LOVE ALL OF YOUR PROJECTS, NO MATTER WHAT THE TYPE!! I LOVE TO MIX AND MATCH AT HOME, SO THAT’S WHAT I LIKE ABOUT YOUR ACTIVITIES THAT YOU SHARE, TOO!!

  24. Leilani Warden says:

    Your blog, Angie, is one of my favorites with your down to earth conversation style writing and your great doable ideas. I enjoy the repurposed items especially and DIY projects. I don’t have a saw or even a sewing machine so I pick and choose projects based on my own skills and abilities. I loved the old dictionary alphabet banner free printables – I made HOME and LOVE and they look adorable. That’s how I originally found your blog – on a hunt for letters to make a banner. I just make my banners out of excess craft materials and it completely freshens up any room in the house. Thank you for sharing your ideas. I can totally relate with you in your quest for One Good Family Photograph Darnit! Those posts of your Christmas photos are always hilarious. I feel your pain. Have a great Christmas and I hope today is quiet too!

  25. I’m new to your blog and just love it! Feels like hearing from a friend each morning when I get your email. My favorites would be repurposed and pallet wood, but, like many others, I like the mix. Might even get me to expand my horizons! Lol. Have a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

  26. Angie I personally like to see repurposes, which you are great at, and DIY projects, which go hand in hand with repurposes on mnay occasions. I also like your unique sense of style and the way you decorate.

    • Thanks so much, Mary! A lot of people said they like the repurposed projects, so I need to go raid my junkroom stash and see what fun junk I could work with in the new year. Merry Christmas!

  27. Sue Addison says:

    I like repurposed and DIY. Thanks for sharing your projects and ideas.

  28. 1,2,3,5. Love anytime you talk about or use the Silhouette . I’m still trying to find the best way to use it and keeping the materials and projects economical. Love budget friendly too! Love all your stuff.

  29. I like DIY and repurposed. Which would include pallet projects. I love your red and white shelf project.

  30. Angie,

    I love this idea of the poster size print and pallet frame!

    as for the survey, I think you do a good mix. but of course I always lean toward furniture. lol

    Merry Christmas!

    gail

  31. Thank you so much for including mine Angie!!
    Merry Christmas to you!
    Nancy

  32. You have an awesome blog!!! I have been following you for a long time and I love your personality and your
    style. Dont change anything, Your projects actually work too!

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