Christmas Art Print Collection

I am so excited to share with you a new collection of Christmas art I’ve created for you.

These five prints make delightful decorations and work equally well as thoughtful (and inexpensive!) gifts. Give them to teachers, bring them as hostess gifts to your holiday parties, or scatter them throughout your house to add instant Christmas cheer.

Want to see them a little closer? Oh, good :)

This joy print is my new favorite.

One chilly Saturday a few weeks ago, we came home from the boys’ football games and I just felt like cozying up and creating. So I pulled out my watercolors and this is what came out. It’s a burst of Christmas color, so delicate and flowery and joyful.

Next up is the Mountain print.

I was in church one Sunday and the idea of this art print popped into my mind. I sketched it out in my notebook, came home and put this one together.

It has a simple woodsy charm and once Christmas is over, I’ll keep it up in Ethan’s room since it suits his mountain/outdoors/pacific northwest style.

The Noel print combines a love of greenery with black and white gingham. It’s the perfect print for a modern+farmhouse Christmas.

The Olive print is a watercolor painting of an olive branch set atop a moody deep blue background.

An olive branch is symbolic of peace – which just feels like the right word to fill our homes and hearts with.

And the final print in the collection is a long-time favorite Christmas print I love bringing out year after year.

As a special gift when you purchase the Christmas Print Collection, you’ll receive two sheets of these adorable sticker gift tags.

Simply cut them out, write in the name and stick to your gift!

I love a good gift tag with ribbon and all, but sometimes a sticker just makes things so much easier.

You can purchase each print individually (right here), or get the whole bundle for over 50% off. We have a limited supply of the bundles so grab one now before we run out!

I can’t wait to see how these look in your homes. Be sure to tag me on instagram @jonesdesigncompany so I can see!

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