We absolutely love Christmas in our home and are always looking for extra ways to make it more special. These Christmas gift tags to color are a great way to get the kids involved.
I have included 12 different designs that are perfect for everyone on your Christmas list.
These make a great addition to Christmas gifts for their friends and teachers at school (or homeschool group in our case). We also include all 12 when we drop off our gifts for the local toy drive. In fact, they loved them so much last year we colored in 72 for them to use.
I just love Christmas, although this year I am definitely running behind. Normally by October, I have purchased ALL of my gifts! I know crazy right? But this year I hate to say it but I haven’t even started!
If you are worried about what to get your little ones though I have you covered (well if you have a boy to buy for, I am literally no help when it comes to little girls!)
- Gifts for 9 year old boys
- Gifts for 10 year old boys
- Gifts for 12 year old boys
- Gifts for tween boys
- Stocking stuffers for boys
- Homeschool gifts for kids
For another personal touch this year you are going to love our free Christmas coloring cards.
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Christmas Gift Tags to Color
The kids are going to love coloring in these Christmas gift tags.
- cardstock (printer paper will also work)
- coloring pens, Crayola crayons, or coloring pencils
- paper cutter or scissors
- single hole punch
- gift tag string
Print out the Christmas gift tags to color below, it will print out portrait on 3 full pages. Make sure to check the printer settings.
You can of course print this on normal printer paper, but with all of our crafts, they always look better on cardstock.
These free Christmas tags printables include 3 pages:
Christmas tree, 2 nutcrackers, a Christmas ornament, and a gingerbread man.
Christmas tree, a mailbox with a letter to Santa, an Elf with a Christmas letter, and an Elf on the Shelf.
A Christmas tree, a Christmas angel, an Elf with Christmas gifts, and a gingerbread man.
When you have colored them all in you’ll need to cut them. I use the paper cutter for the straight lines and then scissors just for the top.
Don’t they just look adorable! When you have finished all that’s left now is to turn them over and write your personalized message.
Free Christmas Printable Tags
I think you will also enjoy:
- Christmas dot to dot printables
- Christmas board games
- Christmas treasure hunt
- Santa wish lists – 6 free templates
Last Updated on 13 September 2022 by homeschoolof1