Luke 2:8 Word Art (Christmas Printable)

A free Christmas printable with scripture from Luke 2:8. It makes a lovely addition to your holiday decor, and perfect for making Christmas cards and gift tags.

A free Christmas printable with scripture from Luke 2:8 in a white frame surrounded by Christmas decor.

Scripture Word Art: Luke 2:8

I’ve been known to get too caught up in the hustle and bustle of the season, but since having kids, I’ve realized just how important it is for me to make sure that I somehow bridge the gap between the secular celebrations and the true meaning of Christmas.

So whenever my kids mention Santa, I acknowledge him (we do play “Santa,” just not to the extreme), but at the same time try to find a way to bring Jesus into the conversation. After all, that’s what Christmas is all about, Charlie Brown.

So here’s today’s printable; from Luke 2:8, it’s the prequal to my Christmas Tree Scripture Word Art. Now you can place them side by side, and imagine Linus’ voice speaking the text. Download the free print using the yellow graphic link below.

A free Christmas printable with scripture from Luke 2:8 for holiday decor.

HOW TO USE MY FREE CHRISTMAS PRINTABLES:

  1. Print them out on 8 ½ x 11-inch cardstock. Trim to fit an 8×10-inch frame and hang on your wall or stand up on table for display.
  2. Reduce size to fit on half a page, print on cardstock and fold in half to create DIY Christmas cards.
  3. Print several to a page, cut out to use as Christmas tags. Just punch a hole at the top and loop a ribbon through to attach to gifts.

Tools needed for this project:

You may need one or more of these tools to help in printing and creating the projects described above:

Color printer – This device offers beautiful color printer on a variety of paper sizes, mobile printing (from your mobile device), scanning and copying and much more!

Cardstock – A heavier paper is my first choice when printing anything for display, gift tags and cards or tags.

Sharp scissors – needed for cutting cardstock, especially when cutting into shapes for cards and tags.

Paper Trimmer – Helpful when trimming to size, especially from 8 ½ x 11-inch paper.

More free Christmas printables:

If you are looking to get more organized this holiday season, be sure to pick up our 2018 Christmas Planner, full of tons of pages for organizing and planning!

FREE PRINTABLE USAGE COPYRIGHT:

As with all of my downloads, I strive to bring free quality content- but I need your help. Please share these by sending people to this post and asking them to download here. If you’d like to feature these on your blog, please use the image at the top of this post in full or request a watermarked image from me of the individual print you’d like. This helps me keep the great free stuff coming!

{This is day two in a 12 part series of Christmas printables. Click here for the complete list. All printables are gifts of love from the designers for PERSONAL USE ONLY, and are not to be claimed as your own or sold for profit. Thank you.}

A free Christmas printable with scripture from Luke 2:8.

Kristin Maxwell

Kristin Maxwell is the creator and main recipe developer, writer, and photographer of Yellow Bliss Road. A self-taught cook and self-appointed foodie, she specializes in easy, flavorful and approachable recipes for any home cook.

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  1. Kristen, I am enjoying the Christmas printables especially the Christmas Art. I wish I was able to print the older version of the O,Come, all ye faithful carol. I loved it much better although I have downloaded to newer version. These will be great centerpieces for our “Happy Birthday, Jesus party

  2. Kristin, Hi! I just discovered your site & really love your 10 creative uses for ornaments. I’m joining your “club” so I can explore some more. Thank you also for the great free printables. I am excited to begin perusing…?

  3. I love this, Kristin! I will be printing one for my home. I featured you over at www dot strongmothers dot com today. (Also at my personal blog, call-me-nif dot blogspot dot com.) Thank you for all the great printables!! You rock!

  4. Thanks so much for sharing this beautiful word art from the book of Luke- I haven’t decided where to put it yet but I know it will make an appearance in my home!

  5. I absolutely love this–and the Charlie Brown Christmas video, too! I got to play “Linus” when my HS (wow-was that a looong time ago!) did this for our 4-year old day care class we taught! Sweet memories! Thanks for the reminder of the REAL reason for the season! Even as a church secretary, I need that (lots to do this time of year and, in the busy-ness, easy to lose sight!) Blessings, Sharon

  6. Imagining Linus reciting these words makes me so happy! Thank you very, very much for this printable.

    I found out about you from Vanessa and Heather At the Picket Fence. I’m so glad I did!

  7. Kristin? Went to print it out…did you change it from private to public? Can’t find the download button…:( What am I doing wrong?

  8. Ooooh! I love this, Kristin! I love it when Linus says it, too – but your printable is perfect! Printing it out as we speak…