Let every heart rejoice. Christmas printables are here!
Ah, that wonderful time of the year when we celebrate and spend a lot more time with family and give gifts. I can’t wait for my gifts until Christmas so I am filling out my Christmas wish list — with checkboxes for checking them off — with lots of different gift ideas:
- stuff I want
- stuff I want to give
- dreams for the new year
- help I would like to have
- crafts to make
- thank you cards
Half of the page is for others. But half of the page is for yourself. Don’t forget you in the hustle and bustle of this holiday.
“Joy to the world!”
Next, we have a curated list of the best and funnest free printables for Christmas and New Year’s: cards, tags, boxes, gifts, calendars, bucket lists, digital papers…so many goodies! Click the images to link to the download pages.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas.
Christmas Cards & Tags
“Here’s another freebie for you all! Holiday gift tags so your prezzies can be as spunky as can be. If you like my wrapping idea, it’s super easy! All you have to do is wrap your gift in white paper and use two strips of washi tape. Gotta love washi! x” ~ Maiko Nagao
“Gorgeous mason floral tags: Use them for pretty packaging, wedding images, stickers or pretty note paper!”
Set of 8 coloring Christmas cards.
“It’s a lovely way to take some time out and really switch off, focus on mindfulness, relaxation and being present in the moment.”
Decorations, gifts, and boxes
“This cute festive printable is FREE to download and comes with three pre-colored and three ready-to-color Christmas Characters. They’re just the right size for little hands…”
“Makeover your tree with festive homemade trimmings. To create this pretty ornament, all you need is six strips of paper and a scrap of ribbon. Punch a hole in each strip at each end, and fold the ends down. Then flatten strips again and stack together. Knot one end of ribbon and thread it through the bottom holes, then through the top. Knot the ribbon at the top, fan out the strips, and hang. It’s a perfect winter-afternoon activity — and the kids will love to help!”
Paper doll corner bookmarks. A-dorable!
Kitten frames, greeting cards and boxes.
Meditate in the holiday spirit with a coloring page/activity for kids and adults. A great way to personalize greeting cards as well!
Pick a pattern and draw—like an activity board…for adults!
Family games—Christmas style!
Keep the kids involved and engaged with fun printable games.
5×7 Christmas BINGO
(includes 6 .jpg playing boards, 1 .jpg game piece sheet,
plus all 5×7 images formatted in a 8.5×11 pdf document for easy home-printing)
“My kids love printable search and find games. Search and find games are easy to bring on the go, for car rides, or waiting rooms, or bringing along to restaurants.”
“These super cute props will surely help you with the celebration, festivity and fun of Christmas.”
Of course, no Christmas is complete without Christmas caroling. These printable vintage-style Christmas carols can also double as Christmas ornaments.
For scrapbooking aficionados, free digital papers.
This adorable printable paper can perform double duty for notes and coloring…or both!
I love these papers for scrapbooking and wrapping smaller presents—so lush.
“There’s something very special about receiving a greeting card in the mail. Maybe it’s because technology and social media have taken the place of sending letters? Getting a note in the mail simply doesn’t happen quite as often as it did years ago. Or maybe they are so special because you know the person sending the card took time out of their day to think of you!”
“Live the life you’ve imagined,” and 99 other inspirational art printables.
I love this cute and quirky Bucket List to get ready for the New Year. I don’t make resolutions…I make mega, massive lists!
I am seeing a theme in my travels for the perfect day planner. Apparently, people can fit their to-do lists on one page of paper. Really? That is all I am supposed to be allowed to accomplish?? I work mightily. I accomplish a lot, but perhaps I do plan too much into my week and this is how my bigger dreams get away.
Here are some cute printable calendar ideas.
“Included in this free printable set is a monthly calendar for January 2017 through December 2017. In addition, there is a weekly planner you can print out and use to organize your weeks. There is room to jot down appointments, tasks and important dates for each day of the week, along with a section to list things to do and notes. Can I just say I love the pretty flowers on these pages? So pretty!”
“At the beginning of the year, I always try to start things off very organized. I have to admit, I am a traditionalist when it comes to keeping my to do’s. There is just something so rewarding about checking off things on paper.”
This versatile paper can be used in a myriad of ways: design your own to-do checklist or print out on sticker paper and cut for gorgeous organizational notes.
Va-va-va-Voom! Who are you? A calendar that does double duty as a coloring page?? Sign me up, I am in.
I hope you have enjoyed the Christmas edition and will be busy with the Christmas printing spirit. I would love to see how all of your Christmas projects turn out! Leave a comment below or join us at our Facebook group Society. We would love to connect!
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