Allright, the “gold” in these free printable Christmas ornaments is not actually gold. More of a warm shade of yellow-ish beige. The closest thing to gold in the range of regular colors. As for the rest, these printable Christmas ornaments are available in four different colors and totally free!
Cut them along the edges with a pair of scissors and perforate the hole. Or use a 2.5 inch paper punch, forget about the little buldge on top and just punch a small hole inside the circle, just large enough to slip through a piece of string or ribbon.
Red Printable Christmas Ornaments
A Relevant Fact
Time for some additional knowledge about these free printable Christmas ornaments.
The word ‘ornament’ can be used in a few different ways. An ornament can be an article, an accessory or a detail used to embellish the appearance of something. It can refer to any adornment, but also to the act of adorning itself. An ornament can even refer to a person or a thing that adds to the credit or glory of a society, a happening or a certain timeframe.
The origin of the word lays with the Latin ‘ornāmentum’, meaning equipment or (already back then) ornament.
Blue Printable Christmas Ornaments
A Random Fact
Nothing to do with free printable Christmas ornaments, but did you know this? The sun is so much bigger than the earth, that if the sun were the size of an orange, proportionally the earth would look like a grain of (unground) pepper. Quite an impressive difference in size!
Green Printable Christmas OrnamentsDownload PDF
A Rare Word
\uh-POF-uh-sis\ , noun:
Denial of one’s intention to speak of a subject that is at the same time named or insinuated. For example: “I shall not mention Caesar’s avarice, nor his cunning, nor his morality.
Apophasis stems from the Greek word apópha meaning “to say no, deny.” The suffix -sis appears in Greek loanwords, where it forms an abstract noun from a verb, as in thesis.
Gold Printable Christmas OrnamentsDownload PDF