Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells….As you can see with today’s freebie ( a set of retro numbers and labels), that days have passed and now Thanksgiving is only a few days away and then we are speeding fast into the month of December.
So, in order to help you with your Christmas countdown, I designed these retro advent numbers for your December daily tracking so you can be ahead of the game. It has a vintage theme and my favorite retro color scheme for Christmas: red, white and turquoise.
Retro Christmas Numbers Specs
The numbers have a distressed texture and the tags or labels were made with a vintage mailing label image from the Graphics Fairy (link below) with a photo realistic paper texture. The labels are just a tad under 3″ x 2″ and the circle labels are just slightly larger than one inch to give you a little wiggle room for your punch. I’m sure you can find several other uses besides an advent calendar.
You will be seeing a few more Christmas freebies along this color scheme, but I will be mixing it up since I love to use different color schemes with holiday decorating. Well, what I mean is that I vary or rotate color schemes every year from neutrals (black, white, silver), shabby chic (pink & turquoise), silver, white & blue and green & gold to name a few. We didn’t have much growing up, so maybe I have over compensated!
I always look to inspiration from Martha Stewart’s Living magazine Christmas edition, I have several years issues that I have kept and look at every year and I keep them in pristine condition. I also own several copies of Victoria magazine and Romantic Homes that I look at for the same purpose. Yes, I know there is a little of my OCD showing, you can ask my family about that. So, on to the freebie…
Facts about the freebie:
- This free printable was designed on an 8 1/2″ by 11″ pdf file.
- The file size is rather hefty at 14.40 MB.
- These elements were created at 300 dpi, so your printing results should be very clear and sharp.
- Printing tip: Print on heavy white cardstock matte or plain.
- Color scheme: red, turquoise, white
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You can access the pdf file >>> Retro Christmas Numbers and Labels.
Or if you like, click on the picture below for the download.
The striped mailing label was a free vintage graphic courtesy of The GraphicsFairy.