Santa’s Christmas Village


Back by request! Print, cut out and assemble your own vintage Christmas village scene. Great fun!

Click here to go to the download page!

Tip: Be sure to use the link in the red text near the bottom of the page to download the .zip archive file to get the whole thing in one download. Otherwise, you’ll have to download each individual page.

7 thoughts on “Santa’s Christmas Village

  1. Thank you so so much for posting this!  I had this set when I was little and played with it every Christmas until it fell apart.  🙂  Now, my kids can play with it, too!  So excited!

  2. I was so excited when I opened the files.  Just like the one I had when I was little!  My girls will love it =)  Thank you!

  3. So glad you posted the link to my scans of the Christmas Village! I wondered why my download count was increasing so rapidly all of a sudden 🙂

    I’m making my own village at half-scale, but finding that I need to glue it together rather than use the tab-and-slot construction as intended.

    Happy crafting and Merry Christmas, everyone!

  4. I had this for my kids when they were little. I will be printing it for my grandkids to make next Christmas. I think we will do this in place of the gingerbread village which always falls apart well before Christmas. Thanks for sharing this.

  5. I am disappointed to see this link. If we are teaching our children to believe in Santa and later they discover all those years it was all a lie; then we have taught them to question what we teach them about Jesus Christ. We no longer celebrate this time of year because of all the pagan traditions that are mixed in that have been “christianized”. It is great to be with family anytime of the year as it is enjoyable to give gifts anytime of year. If you are curious to the history of this celebration go to (link removed) for more information.

  6. Jane, as I always tell folks who are upset with one resource or another: Glean.

    You don’t have to put Santa in your Christmas village if you don’t want to.

    PS. There will be a variety of Christmas resources next week too, just get the ones you want and enjoy.

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