Whether you’re still panicking about last minute holiday gifts, or ready to spend some time on yourself, these cute Christmas printables have something for everyone with tags, planner stickers, gift boxes and more – no shipping required! These are all paid options to help support Etsy makers, but we’ll have another post of free downloads next week.
This holiday bundle by PeachieDay has everything you need – gift tags, postcards, stickers, letter paper and memo sheets! Everything is available individually too so you can mix and match if you prefer.
Gingerbread Bun and Friends are here to help with wrapping! This is such a cute set of printable gift tags by PixelPalettes.
Pravokrugulnik has lots of fun printables to choose from including ugly Christmas sweaters in a few colours. I think these would make really great tags, or even a garland.
Cat fans need to pick up this cute clip art set from EricaDigitalDesign. You get 20 cute illustrations that you can use to create stickers, cards or tags.
If you love journaling, YupiYeiPapers has so many holiday designs to choose from at very affordable prices. These penguins are especially sweet.
PlanSoCute has some Christmas planner stickers but I really like this pretty pastel winter-themed planner set. Perfect if you’re dreaming of a white Christmas.
If you need a last minute card or to cute up a gift voucher, Cloudreams has a super cute Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer printable card.
Or how about a happy Christmas tree printable card by lettersbysophiaa?
If you’re dropping treats off with local friends and family, this colourful set of printable gift boxes by FantasticToys is great value and even comes with a sleigh! Check out all their fun printable toys too.
GlitterInkDesigns also have a few different styles of gift boxes including cute crackers that you can personalise with names.
You’ll find lots more kawaii printables for the holidays on Etsy.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She also designs cute character goods as Asking For Trouble. Having visited Japan five times, Marceline is enormously inspired by all things Japanese and especially loves bunnies, space and any kind of food object with a happy face.