Are you ready to dive into the holiday season, moms? To help make your life easier and more festive this year, we’ve put together a collection of free printable Christmas lists for you to use.
Whether it’s a gift list for friends and family, shopping lists to keep you organized over the holidays, or your kid’s wish list – these colorful templates are here to get you started on spreading joy!
For kids, I’ve included some letters to Santa that your kids can write on to mail up to the North Pole, wish lists for them to list their dream gifts, and some layouts to organize gifts based on things they want/need/wear/read.
For parents, I included a couple shopping/gift lists and Christmas to-do list/trackers.
So grab a cup of hot cocoa and take some time out of your busy day to check them out – they’ll help make everyone’s holiday experience magical.
You’ll find all the lists shown below and at the veryyy bottom of the article is where you can sign up to receive the email with download links to ALL of these Christmas lists. Enjoy!
Kids Wish Lists
With space to add your child’s name at the top, use this to help your child list all their favorite things that they most desire.
With the same design, but allow your child to only specify things that they want, need, wear, and read. This helps them make choices and also helps you not to overbuy!
This wish list below includes a little elf. Scroll down to download for the printable!
This wish list below can be colored in which makes it a great option for children who like to color and want to add their own special touch.
The below template is great to use as as a list for Santa if your child is young enough to still believe.
Below is a similar list for Santa, but with a scroll.
Grown Up Wish Lists
Another wishlist with a different design. Add a name to the top, and write out all your desires. I feel like this one can be used for kids or grown ups with the pretty water color holly design.
Same pretty design, but with want/need/wear/read options.
I really liked the gingerbread watercolor images for the below list. Scroll down to sign up for the printable!
Letters to Santa
Below are the perfect templates to send to Santa! If you didn’t already know you can officially mail your letters to the North Pole through the USPS and hopefully get them answered.
This one below is a great idea for letters to Santa, as well.
Have your child write a letter to Santa or simply list their wishes on the lines.
You’ll see the download button below.
Do you have a few kids who are already asking for all the presents on their Christmas list? With so many stores and websites, it can be overwhelming trying to keep track of everything your children want.
But thanks to these free printable Christmas lists, moms now have one less thing to worry about this holiday season! From writing spaces for all those little reminders they come up with randomly, to organising gift ideas into categories: these printables make Santa’s job much easier.
How to Use Your Christmas Gift Lists
Get Kids to Brainstorm Ideas
Before kids can start writing down their Christmas wish list, they need to brainstorm ideas of what they want. A free printable Christmas wish list can be a great way for them to get started.
Have them sit down and think about all the things that they would like to receive this holiday season. They can then use the free printable list to write down their ideas in an organized fashion.
Make a List of Gifts for Family Members
One great way to use your free printable Christmas wish lists is to make a list of gifts that you would like to give to family members. This is a great way to keep track of what you plan to get each person, and it can also help make sure that you don’t forget anyone.
You can even have your kids participate in this activity by having them write down their own ideas for gifts they would like to give or receive.
Keep Track of Gift Ideas from Others
Another great way to use your free printable Christmas wish lists is to keep track of gift ideas from other people. If someone suggests something that you think would be the perfect gift for someone, you can easily add it to your list so that you don’t forget about it when the time comes.
This is especially helpful if you are shopping for multiple people and need some help coming up with ideas.
Set a Budget for Your Shopping
Using your free printable Christmas wish lists can also help you set a budget for your holiday shopping. Once you have written down all the gifts that you plan on buying, add up the total cost and compare it with how much money you have available.
This will help ensure that you stay within your budget and don’t overspend during the holidays.
Create a Shopping List
Creating a shopping list is another great way to use your free printable Christmas wish lists. Once you know what gifts you plan on buying, make a list of everything that needs to be purchased in order to complete each gift so that nothing gets forgotten when it comes time to do the actual shopping.
This will save time and prevent any last-minute trips back out into stores or online retailers looking for items that were forgotten earlier on in the process.
Plan Ahead for Next Year
Finally, using your free printable Christmas wish lists can also help plan ahead for next year’s holiday season as well!
Once all of the presents are opened and everyone has had their fill of holiday cheer, take some time at the end of the season and review what worked well this year and what could be improved upon next year – this will ensure an even better experience next year!