Christmas is coming soon and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be busy preparing for the big day.
I’m sure you’ve been bombarded with Christmas lists from friends and family asking for gifts for everyone.
It’s hard to keep track of all those requests and find the perfect gift for everyone.
If you want to save yourself some stress, then write a list of your own.
Use this template to create your own unique Christmas wishlist.
And if you want to get even more creative, then send a letter to Santa instead.
Did you know that you can even send those letters to the real Santa?
You can have your child write the letter to Santa and bring that letter to the post office together with the letter Santa would write back (that you actually write) and have them send it to the north pole to Santa.
You can read more about that whole process here.
And if you have children that can not write yet but would love to create their own Christmas wish list this year you can either help them fill it out or use one of the toy catalogs that come in the mail leading up to the holiday season and cut the toys out that they like to help them glue them on the wish list instead of writing.
I have created an easy-to-use PDF version that can be printed out on any printer or photocopier or you can have it printed at any photoshop nearby.
The wish list for Christmas includes a very colorful version and one that is more printer-friendly with more white space.
My Christmas wish list and letter to Santa are completely free to download and use as often as you want.
You can download it here: (just click on the pictures)
I hope these two free printable Christmas templates make your life easier and your kids have lots of fun using them.
Which one is your favorite?
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