Grab this printable Christmas Bucket List and plan a holiday filled with festive fun! We got snow overnight in Iowa so we already checked off build a snowman and it isn’t even November yet!
Christmas Bucket List Printable
I love lists, especially lists encouraging memory making and fun having. These Christmas Bucket List items do just that and are great for families.
Grab the printable at the end of the post or check out the Christmas Bucket List items below and make your own.
Christmas Bucket List Items
*Build a Snowman
*Send a Letter to Santa
*Go Ice Skating
*Have a Snowball Fight
*Cut out Snowflakes
*Decorate a Christmas Tree
*Make Hot Chocolate
*Donate to a Charity
*Make Popcorn Strings
*Kiss Under the Mistletoe
*Donate a Toy to a Local Toy Drive
*Wear Family Christmas Pajamas
*Make Homemade Ornaments
*Decorate a Gingerbread House
*Do a Random Act of Kindness
*Call Long Distance Family
*Sing Christmas Carols
*Bake Christmas Cookies
*Relax by the Fireplace
*Have a Family Christmas Movie Night
*Drive Around and Go See Christmas Lights
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