I have always loved printables, especially Christmas ones! I have some free Christmas printables for you down below.
These will make your Christmas easier and more fun! You can get free printable Christmas gift tags, a Christmas movie checklist, and a letter to Santa.
Christmastime can be really stressful and busy. That can make it hard to have fun and enjoy the season. These printables will help you make sure you're making fun memories with your kids.
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Christmas Printable #1 - Christmas Gift Tags
I've been making and printing holiday gifts tags for years and I just love it. I think they're cuter than store bought ones and more unique.
This page comes with 12 printable gift tags for you to print, cut, and use on your presents. They're all the same size, but each one has a different picture on it.
They have a reindeer, bells, a car with a tree on top, ornaments, a Christmas tree, a stocking, and ugly Christmas sweater, a Santa hat, a gingerbread house, presents, a gnome, and a wreath.
My favorites are the gnome and the ugly sweater!
2. Christmas Movie Checklist
I think there's nothing better than snuggling up with some hot chocolate and watching a Christmas movie! I watch Christmas movies all November and December long. There are so many that I want to watch. I like keeping track of them so I make sure I don't forget one.
This checklist has 20 of my favorite Christmas movies listed on it. They're in alphabetical order. Each one has a little box next to it so that you can check it off after you watch it.
Your little ones will have so much fun watching Christmas movies, then getting to put a check next to it afterwards. You can hang it up somewhere in your home with your Christmas decor.
My top 3 favorite Christmas movies right now are The Santa Clause, Elf, and Christmas With The Kranks. So of course those 3 movies made the list!
3. Letter To Santa Printable
It's so fun for kids to fill out this letter to Santa Claus and mail it off to him.
First, they'll check off a box for whether they've been nice or a little naughty. Then they'll fill in the lines with a few presents they'd like for Christmas, then write their name at the bottom so Santa knows who the letter is from.
You can mail your children's letters to Santa and get a letter back from him. Follow the instructions here to do so.
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