As my kids are getting older, they have many more questions about Santa, his elves, and the most important question on their little minds … how does he even get in the house?!? So to give the holidays a more official feel, I thought some Santa’s Special Delivery Gift Tags from the North Pole would be a fun surprise!
I designed these gift tags for Design Dazzle’s Christmas Wonderful series. Not only are these gift tags great for kids, but they are also fun for adults too. Wouldn’t these be hilarious to give to your spouse, friends and co-workers who made the “Naughty” list?
These couldn’t be any easier to put together!
You just need some white cardstock, scissors, a marker, a single hole punch, Adobe Reader (for those fillable fields)*, and a color printer. A home printer works just fine for these!
For some families Santa may come to visit on different days, so you have total control over the date as well as the name fields. Just type in the date and the name of the recipient on each tag, and then print on your home printer. Use scissors to cut out each tag, punch a hole, and mark your check boxes whether they were “Naughty” or “Nice” and how Santa delivered the gift.
Then simply tie on to a package with the twine or ribbon of your choice for a fun gift from Santa! I just used red baker’s twine here.
Ready to get started?
First, download your FREE Santa’s Special Delivery Gift Tags and save to your desktop. Do not try to edit the fields in your browser. Then open the PDF file in Adobe Reader, which is a free program already on most computers. Type in the name and date in each tag. Print on cardstock, trim and spread some Christmas magic!*
Readers requested a version that allows you to edit the tag number too, so Santa’s Special Delivery Gift Tags Version 2 allows you to edit those fields. Same tags, just allows you to change the numbers in case Santa brings more than one gift for your kiddos.
Please note: This design is lovingly shared for free for personal use so parents can create some Christmas magic for their children. Unfortunately, many people think it is OK to print these and sell them to others, or to copy this design and sell it. It isn’t. I shouldn’t have to say this, but this design is registered and protected by copyright, which means it is illegal to sell them on Etsy/eBay/Facebook/at craft fairs/etc., or to copy this design in any way. Please don’t take advantage of this kindness intended to bring joy to children and respect our copyright so we can keep sharing! xoxo
* Troubleshooting help: If you are having trouble with your fillable fields (deleting or adding text), please make sure that you are not trying to edit the fields in your browser or are in Preview (for Mac users). Download the PDF to your computer first, and then you can type into the fields. If you have downloaded to your computer and the font is changing to something else or acting wonky, please update your computer to the most current (and free) version of Adobe Reader and follow the instructions to execute the new update/download. Old versions may cause problems.
Definitely head over to Design Dazzle and check out all of the other fun Christmas Wonderful crafts, free printables, and DIYs for more Christmas inspiration! Toni has gathered an amazing group of talented bloggers who are sharing creative ideas you won’t want to miss! Check out this Christmas Activity Placemat I made for the series last year.