9 FREE Christmas list template printables for kids of all ages! These gorgeous Christmas wish list template designs are perfect to help you choose the perfect gift during this festive time of year.
One of my kids’ favorite things to do each December is to write their Christmas wish list to make Christmas shopping easier for mom, dad, and Santa!
It’s fun to make an event out of it with hot cocoa, cookies, pens, pencils, markers, and crayons.
My kids love to think, brainstorm, and research all of their Christmas wishes, then narrow the list down to their very favorites.
As a parent, their Santa Christmas list is invaluable.
This helpful resource lets me know exactly what toys and gifts my kids are hoping for each year.
I created 9 different FREE printable Christmas wish list templates that are perfect for people of ALL ages!
How do I use these templates?
Just let your kids choose which of these creative lists they like best, then print!
I recommend printing on thick card stock for best results and a sturdier, longer lasting list.
Perfect for children of all ages, some of these lists encourage kids to draw pictures (perfect for toddlers) in boxes of what they would like.
Others have more space for writing and longer lines, which is better for older children.
These Christmas list templates are so beautiful that they could even be used for a grown up Christmas list too!
I need to give one to my dad, because if your dad is anything like mine, he can be sooo hard to shop for….
9 FREE Christmas List Templates
The links to download each printable Christmas list pdf are at the bottom of the post.
Just print the pages that you would like!
Be sure to print from the pdf link at the bottom of the post and NOT the article photo for best print quality.
Kids can either draw or write their letters depending on their age and the Santa letter template they choose.
All printable templates are for personal use only and not for resale or distribution!
All I Want for Christmas Printable Christmas List
This sweet printable features Christmas designs that include reindeer, gifts, candy canes, wreaths, and stockings along the top and bottom border with four large blank boxes in the center.
Preschooler aged kids can use their creativity and draw one thing they would like in each of the box frames.
Older kiddos will have plenty of space to write out their Christmas wish list and even include a picture if they’d like.
Dear Santa Letter Template
This one is a colorful letter to Santa that includes five spaces to write in their list.
There are even five empty boxes by each spot so Santa can check off each gift!
This Santa template might be extra enticing to Santa, since it promises to leave out milk and cookies on Christmas Eve!
Hey, a little sugar can go a long way… 😉
Letter to Santa Christmas List Template
This cheerful free printable letter to Santa features a winter scene complete with snowy hills and pine trees and a lovely blue sky.
Young children will appreciate the big snowballs that they can either draw a picture in or write a couple words in each snowball.
For more snow fun, learn how to make fake snow with just 2 ingredients!
Bear Christmas Wish List Template
This beautiful design features a lovely colorful background a large friendly polar bear and white snowflakes.
With smaller lines and spaces, this Christmas gift list is perfect for an older child who is able to write a bit smaller in complete sentences.
This colorful template is definitely one of my favorites with that sweet bear face!
Elf Free Printable Christmas List Template
It features a boy and girl elf, candy canes, brightly wrapped presents with big bows, and giant colored polka dots.
Great for younger and older kids, there are 11 lines to create their ultimate list of gift ideas.
This one is perfect for hanging on the fridge so the kids can add to it when they get more inspiration since it is in list form.
Colorful Dear Santa Letter
This bright and graphic Santa Christmas list is my other favorite!
It features a folksy modern Santa Claus with a big curly white beard, bright blue eyes, and deep red Santa costume.
Kids can write their Santa Christmas list right on top of this colorful modern Santa.
This Santa wish list template is simple enough for younger kids to write one or two words on each line, and is also perfect for older kids who can write complete sentences.
Check out our FREE printable Elf adoption certificate signed by Santa himself!
Pretty In Pink Christmas Wish List
A classy and pretty wish list template that’s perfect for a woman, tween, or teen girl wish list.
This sweet template is a lovely light pink with green tree boughs, hanging Christmas ornaments, and pretty presents at the bottom.
It’s sophisticated and simple all at the same time, and not too little-kiddish for an older gift recipient.
Pastel Boxes Christmas List Template
Perfect for boys, girls, and teens, this printable Christmas list is both simple and festive.
This template is great for both older kids who can write more as well as younger kids who might need to draw a picture or write one or two words per box.
Pastel boxes in light colors add just enough color, but not too much to distract from the kids’ artwork and/or writing inside.
Grown Up Wish List
Hey, adults deserve presents too, right?
This classy grown up wish list is perfect for you to create your list to give to your significant other or for them to give to you.
The background is a nice subtle green color with darker green branches and red berries displayed along the edges.
Grandparents, teachers, friends, and other family members can create their own list to give ideas to gift givers for what they would like to see under the tree on Christmas morning.
How to Print a Free Printable Wish List
Head to the link below, choose which template you would like, then print!
I’ve already got my own Christmas list printed and my list started.
Is it every really too early to start making your Christmas wish list?
Hopefully you’ve found the perfect printable Christmas wish list template for your loved one (or yourself) to use.