Santa Claus Vintage Broadway Poster (2 Versions!)

I have SUCH fun printables for you today!!
I have to tell you, I got the idea in my head for this in October and made it straight away.
So, yes, I’ve been sitting on this printable for nearly 2 months now, and it has been eating.me.up!

The colored printable is the original design concept I had and the printable I made a couple of months ago. 

I wanted something whimsical but vintage, fun for kids and adults alike, and in my mind I was envisioning an old Broadway poster. And I think it came out even better than I had dreamed up in my head!
The Santa graphic is from The Graphics Fairy. Isn’t he a cutie?
To download, click the arrow at the bottom of the above image.
The image is 8×10 and can be printed on 8.5×11 cardstock.
Set printer settings to high quality for best results.



And as a bonus…
I made a chalkboard version as well!
And I think it looks pretty fun in my chalkboard frame.
I made the red felt bow with the Lifestyle Crafts Knotty Gift Set


With chalk art being so popular right now, I thought you all would enjoy this piece.
Now I’m not sure which version I like best!
The chalkboard version of the Santa print has now been moved to my Etsy shop.
Thank you all for your sweet comments on it!







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Comments

    • says

      Hi Jackie! The color version of the poster is available for free download, but the chalkboard version was only available for a limited time on my blog last December. :(
      I am still offering for sale in my Etsy shop if you are interested in that version.

  1. says

    Girl you are a busy elf this Christmas season… I can’t believe all the beautiful things you are producing during the busiest time of the year! Thank you for these lovlies.

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