If your holiday to-do list is getting too long and you’re starting to panic, these Christmas printables and digital downloads can save you a lot of time. As long as you’ve got access to a printer, you can have some cute cards, wrapping, tags and decorations ready in minutes, no shipping required!
If you love a matching theme, or just want everything in one download, Jinjerup has some adorable Christmas printable sets that include stickers, patterned papers, gift tags, stationery and more. This Snow Love set is my favourite but there’s also Santa, reindeer, polar bears and owls.
Jenny Allsorts has a huge range of fun festive digital downloads including patterned papers, banners, fonts and more. This gingerbread cookie banner includes the whole alphabet and some extra cookies and would also work really well scaled down for gift tags.
If you didn’t get around to ordering some new stationery for your journal, YupiYeiPapers has lots of digital options with kawaii Christmas and winter themes. You get a few different sizes of stickers, including a washi tape effect, and some would work as gift labels too.
Clip art is great for anyone who likes to be creative but isn’t so good at drawing. Cat and Me Digital is definitely one for cat lovers with so many cute illustrations that you can use to create your own cards, tags, stickers or garlands.
Or how about some lazy sloths by Erica Digital Design? Let’s be real – this looks a lot more like Christmas Day at my house!
I love Lizzy House’s fabric collections and this year she has a special Christmas shop which also includes digital downloads. The Christmas cards are too cute and there’s also gift tags and photo borders.
This cute printable holiday garland by Two Mind Designs will cheer up the room instantly and you could also use individual characters for tree ornaments or gift tags.
On the stock image site Dreamstime, user Avian has a very kawaii illustration style and has lots of holiday tags, cards and clip art. Some look to be free downloads but you may need to create an account or sign up for a free trial.
We’ve featured a few of Happythought‘s fun printables in the past but these Christmas Angels are new to me. They’d make adorable ornaments or could be used as place cards on the dinner table too. Check out the colourful reindeer decorations and gingerbread house gift boxes too.
If you’ve got access to a paper cutting machine -or a lot of patience – the Silhouette Design Store is full of Christmas paper craft projects, from pop up cards to gift boxes, and there’s a free project every day. Designer Pebbles in my Pocket has lots of clever gift boxes & bags that don’t look too difficult to cut by hand either.
Canon Creative Park is a great resource for free Christmas printables and paper crafts. They have plenty of easy options like cards and decorations but how can you resist a 3D Santa hedgehog? Natasja tried some similar Halloween projects last year, and found it very fiddly, so I would suggest you scale things up (check your printer settings) to make it easier.
If you need more ideas, many of the free printables from our previous posts are still available too.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.