I’ve been wanting to make a Santa Letter Printable for a while, and my kids were so excited when I was finally done. They’ve been anxiously waiting to write Santa a letter and send it in the mail.
When I was helping my 3 year write his letter, I asked if he had been naughty or nice this year, and his first response was “Naughty.” It made me laugh, and he recognized that he definitely had some rough patches this year, but it was perfect to go over the things he was trying to improve on this year.
These letters are the perfect way to get your kids excited about Christmas and let Santa know what they’re wishing for this year. It’s super easy to put together and you don’t need an envelope since it’s a tri-fold letter!
First you’ll need to print out the letter on both sides and trim it down.
Fold the letter twice so that the opening of the letter looks like the picture above.
And the “to” and “from” side look like this.
Place a stamp on your card and they’re ready to send it off to Santa!
Let’s be honest, Christmas Cards can get pretty pricey and sometimes it cuts into our Christmas shopping budget. It definitely cuts into ours. Our middle child’s birthday is 3 days after Christmas, mine is 2 weeks after Christmas, and the oldest is at the end of January… see what I mean? I can’t afford to spend too much money on Christmas cards, but I don’t want to sacrifice the look of my cards either. Luckily, this little project will turn your favorite family photo into a cute and festive Christmas card, and it’ll save you some money. Intrigued? I’ll tell you how.
We all know 4×6 prints are the least expensive, and if you’re new to Shutterfly, they offer 50 free prints – score! Cut out your printables and punch out a hole at the top. Wrap some string around your print and tie your printables to it and you’re all done. Stick them in an envelope and send them off to family and friends. I guarantee they will love them!
If you’re looking for some other Christmas cards at an affordable price, check out my shop!
I know Christmas was 2 weeks ago, but with all the hustle and bustle during last month I haven’t had a chance to share a project I worked on for my cousin. She came up with a fun way to share their year with a “12 Days of Christmas” card. I had so much fun creating this for her and loved the way it turned out! I’m thrilled she asked me to do this for her and her husband and was even more excited about it when I got it in the mail. Thanks Devon!
Who doesn’t love candy? I’ve created 3 Candy Gift Tags for this Christmas occasion that will make a sweet last minute gift! Put candy in a jar and wrap the tag around it, or wrap them in some clear wrap and attach the tag along with it. These tags go great with M&M’s, Reese’s Pieces and Hershey Kisses. This is perfect gift for friends, neighbors, co-workers, or even your child’s classmates.
If you haven’t wrapped your gifts yet (like me) and are in need of some gift tags, I’m sharing 6 gifts tags that I created for you to download. Use these Christmas gift tags for candy gifts, gifts in a jar, presents and more! Hope you’re enjoying your holiday season!
Last week was a crazy one for me. I was busy working on a couple of Christmas cards for my husband’s family (which I enjoyed making!), and to top it all off my entire family got sick, so that was fun… This week, I’m trying to catch up and I’m excited to share these cute Printable Christmas Gift Card Holders. You no longer have to worry about getting a card to go along with your gift card, and there’s room at the top for a small note. These are super easy to put together and your friends & family will love it!
Follow the tutorial below to put your gift card holder together:
Make sure you fold the card in thirds along the lines. This step makes it easier when you have to glue the tabs down.
Fold the tabs and apply glue (or a thin piece of double sided tape) on the tabs.
Once you’ve applied glue to the tabs, fold over the bottom portion of the holder as pictured above where the tabs are attached and wait until the glue is dry.
Once the glue is dry, insert your gift card, then fold the top over and you’re all done! Easy, right?
Chevron Christmas Gift Card Holder – download here
Striped Christmas Gift Card Holder – download here
Polka Dot Christmas Gift Card Holder – download here
Looking for a gift for a neighbor, friend, teacher, or co-worker but on a budget? This would make a great gift, and the best part is it’s under $10! This is one of those gifts that I honestly would love to receive. It’s the perfect activity they can do with the family, and they don’t have to eat it right away.
You can also switch it up and make your own cookie dry mix, or make your own frosting and put it in a cake decorating bag and tie it up with a bow. The possibilities are endless and the person you’re gifting it to will love it. Print out this adorable gift tag to make it extra special!
Santa Claus is coming soon and this Christmas countdown is the perfect way to help your kids get ready for his arrival! I love countdowns that let you see how many days are left, and it’s perfect for practicing numbers and counting with my 3 year old. Your kids will have fun crossing off the days left until Christmas!
I can’t believe November is almost over, and next week will be Thanksgiving! I’m getting around to prepping for Christmas, and I’m excited to share this Christmas Tree Countdown. I wanted to create something my 3 year old could cross off and see how many days are left instead of writing a “random” number down. When I showed this countdown to him, he got so excited and kept asking if it was Christmas yet. I can’t wait to finally start counting down ’til Christmas!