Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Six Christmas Printables Based on Beloved Christmas Carols

As a singer, I love Christmas. My favorite carols to sing aren't the ones about Santa Claus or Frosty the Snowman, though they are definitely fun. My favorite carols are the ones that center on Christ's birth. I love the lyrics and I love the beautiful melodies, but mostly I love how I feel when I sing them.


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I wanted to use a few of my favorites to decorate with this Christmas Season, but then I couldn't narrow them down, so I just kept making them. I'd like to share them with you.

You can download the printables for your own use at the bottom of this post—but first I'll show you a quick example of how I decorate with these printables. You can use frames that are already in your normal decor and just replace the photo with a printable, or you can buy cheap frames to use specifically for your holiday decor. Either way, the framed printables add a nice touch to Christmas decorating!


All of these printables are sized at 8x10, but if you send them to a photo printer they will also be okay as 5x7. Don't forget to download them at the end of this post. Enjoy!

Six Christmas Printables Based on Beloved Christmas Carols


O Holy Night Free Christmas Printable

O Holy Night is, hands down, my very favorite Christmas carol to sing. Sometimes I can't even make it through all of the verses without starting to choke up a little. I love it.

Oh Come Let Us Adore Him Free Christmas Printable

Gesu Bambino takes a close second to O Holy Night. Of course, this line is also found in Oh Come All Ye Faithful. 
Son of God Love's Pure Light Free Christmas Printable

What is Christmas without Silent Night? Joel and I recently saw Cantus in their "All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914" concert. Wow. It was amazing. And it solidified the point that we cannot have Christmas without singing Silent Night.

Let Earth Recieve Her King Free Christmas Printable

So far, all of these songs are reverent and a little more solemn.  Joy to the World captures another side of Christmas—the absolute joy (because there really isn't a better word) we should feel when we think of our Savior and the fact that he came to Earth to save us.

Glory to the Newborn King Free Christmas Printable

Hark, the Herald Angels Sing is perhaps one of the more iconic Christmas carols out there.  It always reminds me of the end of It's a Wonderful Life! when Barney finally gets his wings. Musically, it's not my favorite to sing, but it must be sung for Christmas to feel like Christmas.

Born is the King of Israel Free Christmas Printable

Finally we have the last line of The First Noel. I love to sing the chorus of this one, I find it absolutely beautiful. Born is the King of Israel!

I have so many other favorites—I love singing about the birth of Christ. But I had to stop somewhere. I hope you enjoy them!

What are your favorite lines from Christmas carols?

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More holiday printables:
In All Things Give Thanks
It Is Thankful People Who Are Happy
Christmas List Printable


Lara Neves
Lara Neves

Lara is mom to three daughters—two teens and a tween. She loves to share her parenting and homemaking triumphs and failures here at Overstuffed! She was diagnosed with Lyme disease in 2015 and has been fighting it ever since. When she isn't working on her mother of the year award, you can find her reading, singing, or taking photos.

1 comment:

  1. Very nice printables!

    I am teaching music at an elementary school so I have been singing for days now. All the fun Christmas songs plus some serious ones. I have a Christmas song stuck in my head 24/7. :)

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