Christmas Printables Roundup

by kevin on December 19, 2018

Merry Christmas! My FreePrintable.net sites have literally thousands of Christmas printables, and while I can’t possibly list them all, I wanted to highlight some standouts and also let you know about some new additions.

First off, if you know a child who has written a letter to Santa, check out the Santa Letter templates at SantaPrintables.com. The site has sample letters for a baby’s first Christmas, religious-themed letters, letters for kids with specific worries, and letters from reindeer, elves, and Mrs. Claus. There are even joking letters for “naughty” adults and older children with good senses of humor. Download any letter template free as a PDF $5 as an editable DOC file that you can type into in using Microsoft Word to add specifics. SantaPrintables.com also has free printable games, letters to Santa, and greeting cards, plus just-added guessing games, word searches, and postcards.
There are dozens of Christmas coloring pages at FreePrintableColoringPages.net, featuring illustrations of: candy, trees, reindeer, packages, stockings, elves, snowmen, Santa Claus, and many more. At FreePrintableGiftTags.net, you’ll find an assortment of Christmas gift tags. There are several tags on each sheet and you can print on cardstock or sticker paper if you choose.
There are grocery lists and menu planners at FreePrintableGroceryList.com and recipe cards at FreePrintableRecipeCards.net. Plus, print gift trackers and checklists at PrintableToDoList.com. New lists were just added for the holidays. You can write letters (or make signs) with the new sheets of Christmas stationery at FreePrintableStationery.net, or check out the letterhead at FreeLetterheadTemplates.net. The full-color designs include: holly, snow, ornaments, and more. Christmas flyers are at PrintableFlyerTemplates.net, borders are at PageBorders.net, Christmas signs are at PrintableSigns.net, and Christmas banners are at PrintableBanners.net. Need to send a Christmas fax? Take a look at the fax cover sheets at FreeFaxCoverSheets.net. FreePrintableCertificates.net has Christmas certificates for holiday events or to use as stocking stuffers. A “lump of coal” or “naughty” certificate would be great for a grownup. The site also has blank gift certificates for last-minute giving. Each certificate is free as a PDF to print out and walk on, or $5 for a DOC version that can be typed into before printing. I hope you enjoy the Christmas printables!

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