Chalkboard Printable Christmas Labels [Free Download]

Chalkboard Printable Christmas Labels

These new chalkboard printable Christmas labels will add festive fun to any Christmas paper craft. Download yours for FREE today!

Chalkboard Printable Christmas Labels

Do chalkboard designs ever go out of style? I sure hope not, because I love to play with them — how about you?

With October nearly gone, it’s definitely time to get started on Christmas crafting. So last night I put on my elf hat (so to speak) and got busy making some new chalkboard printable Christmas labels to play with. What do you think? I had so much fun  making these!

Chalkboard printable Christmas labels set

These chalkboard printable Christmas labels each measure between 3 and 4 inches at original size. At 300 dpi resolution, they are also fully resizable. This makes them perfect for adding to Christmas cards and scrapbook pages. You could also use them as gift tags or to label your mason jar Christmas treats. I’m thinking they’d also look totally adorable as a coordinated framed set. Or try adding some coordinating patterned paper behind each label, and you’ve got yourself some quick but cute Christmas decorations for your home! (Note to self: find some sweet frames!)

This set of chalkboard Christmas printable labels is available to download for FREE below.

Download & Use

Free Download: Christmas Chalk Labels (<– Click link to download)

What’s Included in the Download

With your download, you’ll get the labels in both PNG and JPG format. Please note that they will download to your computer as one zip file, and you’ll need to unzip the file before you can use the images.

Use of These Files

I’m often asked by Copyright-savvy crafters how my printables may be used. I really appreciate it when people take the time to ask, as it’s a great show of respect for me and for the law.

In answer to this question, please feel free to use these chalkboard printable Christmas labels however and as many times as you want in your personal Christmas crafts. You may also use them as part of finished handmade products to sell, such as greeting cards or scrapbook pages. However, you may not share or sell the files themselves, in whole or in part. If there’s someone you think might enjoy them, please direct them here so that they download their own chalkboard Christmas printable labels set. It’s quick and easy and totally free!

If you’re not sure if its OK to use these in a certain way, you can check the Terms of Use file included with your download. Also, feel free to email me anytime at to ask.

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Share Your Thoughts

What do you think of this new set? How will you use these images in your Christmas crafting? Please leave a comment and share your thoughts!

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Article written by Deedee Anderson

6 thoughts on “Chalkboard Printable Christmas Labels [Free Download]

    • Oh it is always my pleasure to share, and I’m so glad you’re enjoying the subscriber files, too. 🙂 Please let me know when you plan to post your card so I can be sure to stop over, OK? 🙂

    • Hi Amanda, thanks so much for visiting, and for your question. Yes, you can use these with Explore, Explore Air, and Explore Air 2, using the “print then cut” feature. I hope to share a tutorial on how to do this soon, but in the meantime, there is a great video to get you started using this feature at Please let me know if you have any other questions I can answer for you.

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