Christmas Wish List Printable
You can call me old, but I remember when I was a kid how exciting it was to get the Sears Catalog at Christmas time and pour though it! I would carefully craft a Christmas Wish List with toys, clothes and more. Next, would arrive the Toys R’ Us catalog in the Sunday newspaper. It was time to make additions to the wish list.
Are you with me? Do you remember doing it too? I would spend hours thinking, looking, writing and then wishing I would get everything on my list!
It’s a bit different now, our kids aren’t typically checking out catalogs, instead they are scouring the internet: Amazon, Googling, Target, Wal-Mart and more. What’s the same is that they still dream and wish for things at Christmas time!
Kids & Adults can create their Christmas Wish List with this free printable. Gather all ideas on one easy to download and print list to share with friends and family.
Want to get organized this holiday season? Be sure to get our Holiday Planner! It will keep you on your toes and give you a stress-free holiday season!
IT’S TIME TO
GET READY FOR 2023!
Get organized for 2023 with our brand new, easy to use Digital 2023 Planner! Our Planner will help you get organized and stay organized. Oh, and did we mention how pretty it is too? Use code “SAVE5” to save $5 now.
I love this printable! I’ve featured it on a round up post of the best Christmas wish list printables. Thanks so much for the awesome creation! You can see the round up here -https://seasidesundays.com/printable-letter-to-santa-templates/
Thanks, Gemma! Your round up post is great–I appreciate being featured.
Love it! thank you so much!
Your story brought back so many memories. Mine however are a bit older. Of course the release of the Sears Christmas catalog but also the Montgomery Wards catalog. But the ones that caused, for me, the most excitement were the Blue Chip and S&H Green Stamp catalogs! My mum saved the stamps she got while grocery shopping & brought them home for us to carefully fill the books with. Then they were tucked away until December 1st when she would announce how many books each my sister & I would have to spend. We had a huge household with 3 grandparents & for most of my life 5 or 6 borders living with us so there were lots of stamps. On Dec. 23rd we made the trip to both of the stamp stores to pick out our treasures. Those went under the tree until after Xmas eve dinner. Those and Grandmum[s] made robe, jammies & knitted slippers were opened so we had beautiful jammies for Xmas morning photos. The memories your post brought go on & on. I could write a book about it but I’ll stop there. Thank you for bringing back those memories!
I LOVED reading this story!! I do remember the S & H Green Stamps and how we saved them in a book! Thanks for the memory!