12 Days of Christmas Gift Ideas and FREE Printable

Gift Ideas for the 12 Days of Christmas

12 days of Christmas ideas and free printable

You know what Christmas song I really don’t like — I don’t care to listen to it, and I especially don’t like singing — is?

The 12 Days of Christmas. I know, bah-humbug. But it’s such a long song, and it’s really not that exciting. I mean, half the song is about birds…and I don’t really love birds.

However, I do love doing the 12 Days of Christmas to people, and even being the recipient. A few times growing up, our ward at church would organize a 12 Days of Christmas — anyone that wanted to participate would sign up and get matched with another family and anonymously leave small gifts or treats for 12 days. It was always so fun to try and catch the people, or to go drop off treats and get away before the other family caught us!

It’s also always such a great experience to do the 12 Days of Christmas to a family in need. While we aren’t the position to be able to do that right now, I look forward to doing it in the future. I know of several people who have been the recipients of the 12 Days of Christmas, who may not have had much of a Christmas otherwise, and have been so grateful.

You can sign up on the form below to get printable versions of these cards. You will also get some other really fun Christmas printables (all for free!)

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12 days of Christmas PrintableDay One Ideas (A partridge in a pear tree)

Day Two Ideas (two turtle doves)

Day Three Ideas (three french hens)

Day Four Ideas (Four Calling Birds)

Day Five Ideas (Five Golden Rings)

Day Six Ideas (Six Geese a laying)

12 days of Christmas Printables

  Day Seven Ideas (seven swans a’ swimming):

Day Eight Ideas (eight maids a’ milking)

Day Nine Ideas (nine ladies dancing)

Day Ten Ideas (ten lords a leaping)

Day Eleven Ideas (eleven pipers piping)

Day Twelve Ideas (12 drummers drumming)

Alternatively, you could just go with the number of the day, instead of the theme, and give a certain number of items on that day!

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