Printable Christmas Village!
To give the village a little more depth, you can now print out this mountain background to put behind the village. There is also a little skating girl, which can be put in front of the village, though properly she should be put up as side piece to the town. (Mountain and Skater Here
Mountain Sides here)
The mountain is named "Mt. Merry Christmas." The credit for that name goes to one of our Field Editors, who is great at "discovering" and naming mountains. He graciously allowed me to borrow this unique name for my village mountain.
Of course, you can leave it one layer and glitter it and it will still be lovely.
Once you have done as much as you want to do, you can tape the side pieces to Mt. Merry Christmas, and fold them inward slightly, so that the mountain ranges will stand up for you.
You will notice one little moose/deer/elk (or maybe a new species!) who has ventured out of the woods. Perhaps he isn't afraid of the hunters since they are all at home by their warm fireplaces!
On the other side, there is a waterfall and a stream that isn't quite frozen up yet.
I will be adding these links to the original Christmas Village posts as well.
Enjoy and have a Happy December!
Mountain and Skater Here
Mountain Sides here
The original Christmas Village posts:
The Meeting House and Woods (PDF page) (blog post for the Meeting House ) (blog post for the woods)
The Village Shops (PDF page) (blog post)
The Village Houses (PDF page) (blog post)
The Farm (PDF page) (blog post)
If you have made up the Christmas village I'd love to see a picture! You can email me at
"the pleasant times @ gmail . com" (no spaces)
Thank you for your interest in The Pleasant Times' Christmas Village! You may print the village out for free; if you felt it was useful to you, please consider donating to help fund my craft room:)