printable Christmas Gift Ideas

‘Tis the Season of giving and sharing, am I right? Are you enjoying all of the fabulous Neighbor Gift ideas being shared here, on HowDoesShe? There are LOTS more coming, so keep coming back. But first, I am dying to share some of YOUR amazing talent. There have been some incredibly talented and generous people out there, sharing their printable creations with the rest of us via IShare Printables! Have you been by to check them out? I’m sharing a few of my favorite recent submissions! Get ready!

1. Christmas Memories Worksheet

Christmas Worksheet

Start out with a pretty sheet with questions and prompts to spark some Holiday memories and help you prepare for Christmas!

2. Whimsical Tree Printable

Whimsical Tree PrintableClaudine Hellmuth shows us that you can go beyond the traditional “reds and greens” and incorporate a whimsical feeling to your Christmas decorating. Download and print your free PINK Christmas tree! Love this!

3. Christmas Card Templates

Simple As That Free Christmas Card TemplatesThere is no easier way to add a bit of personality to your Christmas cards than by dropping your own family photos into a card template. Rebecca at “Simple As That” is sharing several gorgeous templates, including this FREE set on her blog. Check it out!

4. Canning Jar Gift Toppers and Tags

Holiday Canning Jar Gift Toppers

Gifts in canning jars are SUPER popular right now, so why not dress up your jar a little with a free printable for the lid? This is a fabulous idea submitted by Carla Shauer!

5.  Give Some Reindeer Noses

Reindeer Noses Printables

Fill a bag with some Maltesers and one red Gobstopper (we can’t forget Rudolph) for a super sweet treat! Then, add this adorable printable from Kate Hadfield and your gift will stand out like Rudolph’s nose in the fog!

6.  Stocking Gift Tags

Stocking Gift Tag

Printable gift tags are fabulous, but making one into a stocking, putting in a treat, and attaching it to a gift is AMAZING!! “My Everything And Nothing” is sharing these precious little Christmas stocking printables so you can been the coolest gift-giver on the block!

7. Tag Those Candy Canes

Printable Christmas Tags

If you are gift giving for a larger group, like a classroom, go with something small and simple, like a candy cane or pencil. Then, dress it up with these cute tags from Iris at “Sweet Metel Moments” to add that personal touch!

8.Dollipop Printable Patterns

Dollipop Printable

The only thing better than a lollipop is a DOLLipop! A doll you can EAT! Okay, maybe you don’t eat all of it, but it sure makes playing with it a lot more fun! Get your free printable patterns from “Like A Pretty Petunia”!

9. Nativity Finger Puppets

Nativity Finger Puppets

If you are looking for a fun (and EASY) craft or activity to do with the kiddos this Christmas, they will love these Christmas finger puppets that they can color and play with for hours! What a fabulous idea submitted by “Craftaholics Anonymous”!

10. Snowman Poop

Snowman Poop Printable

Okay, okay, I just had to include this one because…well, it just makes me happy :) And, who wouldn’t love to receive some delicious, minty snowman poop this Christmas? Download your free printable and spread the…uh….love :)

Don’t stop here! There are many, many more (like, over 140) amazing (and FREE) Christmas printables to be had on IShare Printables! Be warned, you will want to spend hours browsing through them all. If you are a creator of amazing printables, please take a moment to submit YOUR idea! You will be sharing your gift with so many of us, and you just might be featured on HowDoesShe! Now, get going and happy printing!

printable Christmas Gift Ideas

    1. November 30th, 2012 at 8:17 am
      gina says:
      Great list Bobbi!

      How about a list on different ways to dress up a gift card - I am giving my kid's teachers gift cards but want to present them in a fun way!

      Please and thank you!
    2. November 30th, 2012 at 8:57 pm
      Stephanie says:
      What kid (even the kid inside every grown up) doesn't get a giggle out of snowman poop! I've seen it around but never had a printable for it so I'm pretty sure this will end up in some stockings this year!
    3. December 20th, 2013 at 5:11 am says:
      You can find teething toys in so many cute shapes and colors to
      choose from. Whether you are seeking out unique Christmas gifts or want to stick
      to the top 10 Christmas gifts, it. There are also journals,
      smoking accessories and hip flasks to choose from.
    4. November 16th, 2014 at 7:19 am
      Sherri says:
      This seems to be a better link to the Reindeer Noses Printable. The one above did not work for me.
    5. November 16th, 2014 at 1:06 pm
      Vicki says:
      Hi! I love the Reindeer Noses, and just wanted to let you know the link doesn't work. I had to search through the archives before I finally found a link that worked. The upside is that there are super cute Elf Kiss bag toppers, too!
    6. December 3rd, 2014 at 11:43 am
      Jenn @ EngineerMommy says:
      I am always looking for fun kid's activities for my girls, and now I'm inspired! Thanks!
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