Christmas Printables Roundup

by kevin on December 14, 2017

My sites have hundreds of Christmas printables to download and print for free. You can “help” Santa out with a letter from Santa, present a holiday certificate, share a recipe card, or save yourself a trip to the store by printing gift tags.

I recently added new Christmas stationery to FreePrintableStationery.net and holiday to-do lists to PrintableToDoList.com.

The dozens of Santa letter templates include illustrated designs for Christmas morning, baby’s first Christmas, pets, religious families, and kids with concerns about the holiday (such as the chimney situation, or family matters). There are even joking letters for “naughty” older kids and grownups. The letters from Santa are free as a PDF download or $5 as an editable DOC file that can be customized in Microsoft Word so you can add details about your family, traditions, gifts, and so on. SantaPrintables.com also has games, an Advent calendar, and greeting cards.

There’s a large selection of free Christmas coloring pages at FreePrintableColoringPages.net, including kids celebrating, festive trees, grinning Santas, yummy candy, chilly snowmen, and lots more.

Head to FreeLetterheadTemplates.net for holiday letterhead, PageBorders.net for page borders, PrintableFlyerTemplates.net for Christmas flyers at PrintableSigns.net for Christmas signs.

FreePrintableGroceryList.com has Christmas shopping lists and menu planners, while Christmas recipe cards can be found at FreePrintableRecipeCards.net (free as PDFs or $7 per design for a customizable DOC version). The holiday gift tags are at FreePrintableGiftTags.net and they’re ideal for presents or gifts of food. Consider printing them on cardstock or sticker paper!

The Christmas certificates at FreePrintableCertificates.net make great stocking stuffers and include a “lump of coal” as well as “naughty” and “nice” certificates for older kids or grownups.

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