Printable Christmas Cards to Color

Today I have some fun Printable Christmas Cards to Color!  I know my children love to create cards and give them to each other or even send them in the mail.   So, as such, I created some Printable Christmas Cards for Kids so it is super easy to print and color and send.  Before we begin, I like to recommend some activities, books and ideas that will go well with making Christmas cards!

The Berenstain Bears and the Joy of GivingThe Berenstain Bears and the Joy of GivingAmazon Buy Now ButtonHow to Catch an ElfHow to Catch an ElfAmazon Buy Now ButtonHow the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Classic Seuss)How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (Classic Seuss)Amazon Buy Now ButtonGod Gave Us ChristmasGod Gave Us ChristmasAmazon Buy Now Button

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Do your children want to make some Christmas cards of their own? Here are some free Printable Christmas Cards to Color that your children will enjoy.

Printable Christmas Cards to Color!

In this Printable Christmas Cards to Color download there are 10 different cards that can be printed.  Some of them have the words “Merry Christmas” and then others I just left blank so that the children can add what they would like to them.

If you would like to get the Printable Christmas Cards to color, enter your email into the form below and they will be emailed to you.  You will also be added to our email list where you will find out about more fun things.

Printable Christmas Cards to Color
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Do your children want to make some Christmas cards of their own? Here are some free Printable Christmas Cards to Color that your children will enjoy.

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21 Comments

  1. This is a brilliant idea! I would have absolutely loved something like this as a child. I was mad into felt pens and colouring. It’s great of you to make these and share them 🙂

  2. These are brilliant, thanks so much for sharing x #justanotherlinky

  3. I would love to have this for my class!

    1. So glad you like them! To get the free activities you enter your name/email into the blue form on the site and they get automatically emailed to you. I am not sure if you did this or not so I am going to request it for you now, just to make sure you get them. Enjoy!

  4. Carla Carmical says:

    Wonderful idea!

    1. So glad you like them! To get the free activities you enter your name/email into the blue form on the site and they get automatically emailed to you. I am not sure if you did this or not so I am going to request it for you now, just to make sure you get them. Enjoy!

  5. thanks for cute cards!

  6. Looking forward the Christmas cards to print and color–Thanks!

    1. So glad you like them! To get the free activities you enter your name/email into the blue form on the site and they get automatically emailed to you. I am not sure if you did this or not so I am going to request it for you now, just to make sure you get them. Enjoy!

  7. regina sheffield says:

    I cannot get it to download.

    1. Yes, you should be able to get the download for free…. Did you check your spam…. My guess is it could have landed in your spam box. The freebie has a subject of “Here is your free download!” …Inside that email there is a link. That link, if you click on it, the download will either popup in a new tab or download into your download folder. Sometimes that link does not come hyperlinked. If that happens you have to copy/paste the link into a new browser tab and it will then open for you. If you have trouble with this, though, you can forward me the email/replay to the freebie email you received and I will be happy to help you with it. In either case… if you can’t find the email I am talking about -let me know which freebie you requested and I will get it to you. I will request the freebie for you again -let me know if you don’t see it (you can email me at [email protected]) and I will get it to you!

  8. My daughter would love to print and make these!

    1. Hi there,
      I think you were looking for some free resources on my site but were having some trouble. I just entered your email so you should get the download.
      1) Check Spam – sometimes things go there.
      2) Subject is “Here is your free download” – there is a link inside. Sometimes that link is not hyperlinked…you may have to…
      3) copy/paste the hyperlink for the download. It should open or download into your download folder
      4) If you have trouble, write me at [email protected] (forward me the freebie email because I don’t know which freebie you wanted).

      Thanks! Have fun!
      Meeghan

  9. Miriam R. Preus says:

    This looks so fun for our class!

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