8 Printable Christmas Party Favors & Activities
Okay, so it's still not quite Thanksgiving yet, but it's never too early to start planning your Christmas party! So, I've put together a list of my printable Christmas party favors and activities to help you get started with your party planning.
What's a Christmas party without a good photo booth?! With this instant download, you can print out as many copies of each item as you need (I recommend printing on thick card stock), cut out the pieces, and tape each item to a craft dowel. To complete the photo booth, you could set up a fun background and use a Polaroid camera - then guests can take home their photos right away!
This colorable reindeer mask is a fun activity for kids or adults, and it can also be used as part of your photo booth once guests have finished coloring their masks!
Fill these treat boxes with candy canes, popcorn, or other snacks as a cute way to present treats at your party, or you can fill them with goodies and give them out as take-home treat boxes. You could even have party guests cut out and assemble their own boxes as a festive activity.
This digital download comes with two versions - one that is simple and suitable for younger kids and another that is a bit more intricate for older kids (or adults!). Party guests can color their own copy of the ornament page, cut it out, and assemble it into a 3D decoration!
You could also provide even more ornament creation activities with this 'jingle all the whale' ornament! It comes with a blue and red version (pictured above) as well as a black and white colorable version so you can customize your whale. Plus, the file comes with several accessories that you can add, like a tiny Santa hat and so forth. Guests could also add glitter, bows, jewels, and so on to their ornaments!
These printable gift tags are perfect if you plan to hand out small presents at your party, or they could be used as place cards, wineglass name tags, and more.
These little reindeer coloring kits can be cut out and assembled ahead of time - they are designed to 'hug' a few crayons or colored pencils in their arms. Or, you can supply a box of coloring implements separately and put a candy cane treat in the reindeer's arms. Perfect to keep kiddos occupied!
Last but not least, you don't want to send your guests home empty handed, do you?! If your Christmas party crew thinks that poop jokes are funny (who doesn't, honestly?), send them home with some reindeer poop for a laugh. Add a little baggie of brown candies to complete the joke, like Raisinettes, Whoppers, Milk Duds, etc.