These free printable Christmas pattern colouring pages do double duty! Keep the kids busy colouring in the fun Christmas patterns, and when they are done you can use them as wrapping paper!
Everyone will love making some colour your own wrapping paper for Christmas!
I am a terrible wrapper.
I want to wrap beautiful gifts, with fancy ribbons and extra embellishments. I want people to ‘ooh’ and ‘ahh’ over the wrapping before they even find out how awesome the gift is. I want to be a good wrapper, but I’m not.
My paper is never straight, I can’t fold nice corners, sticky tape hates me, and when I try and make my gifts look fancy they just end up looking silly.
So this year I am enlisting help to make my gift wrapping looks super awesome… I am getting my kids to colour in the wrapping paper!
What could be more ‘ooh’ and ‘ahh’ worthy than individually coloured gift wrap, no two presents will look the same!?!
How to Make Colour Your Own Wrapping Paper
To make your own, one of a kind, kid-made Christmas wrapping paper, all you need is our colour your own wrapping paper printables and some coloured pencils or markers.
Print out as many copies of each design as you like and get busy colouring them in.
And it’s not just kids who will love colouring their own wrapping paper, these Christmas patterns make great mindful colouring pages for teens and adults too.
There are four different designs in this set of colour your own Christmas wrapping paper, and each sheet is A4 sized to make them easy to print and perfect for wrapping a small gift.
You can download the ‘colour your own wrapping paper printable here.
This printable is an A4 sized pdf file, you will need a pdf reader such as adobe acrobat to open it. If you are printing on US ‘letter sized’ paper be sure to select ‘fit’ or ‘shrink to fit’ from your printer options.
Please remember that the printables at picklebums.com are for personal use only, you may not sell, share, or link directly to these files.
If you don’t happen to have any good colour-in-ers at your place, or you are just short on time, or markers, you can find the full colour version of this free printable Christmas wrapping paper here.
But if you love colouring in your own wrapping paper, you can find another set of colour your own wrapping paper here!
Read the comments or scroll down to add your own:
I love this, Kate! It reminds me of the doodle-arts we used to do as kids! What a lovely gift-wrap!
Rachel | Racheous - Lovable Learning says
This is so clever! I love it! Pinned :)
I LOVE LOVE LOVE this!! I always make ornaments with my kids at school and now I can add color-your-own wrapping paper to the fun! Thanks so much! :)
This is so cool, not only will the process keep my kids busy for an afternoon but the results are gorgeous! Great prints too, thank you for the printable.
Oh boy am I glad to have been led to your we space here! I will have to check by which blogger?? … Anyways, I Love your blog and many many many thanks for your FREE shares here! The kids and I are getting the printer ready now!! Jeanine, Canada
Gosh darn, I LOVE your printables!!!!
Emily C says
This is a great idea, my children would LOVE it! Thank you!
Deb @ Living Montessori Now says
This is fabulous, Kate … such a great idea! Thanks so much for generously sharing your printables! I featured your post as the Free Printable of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and on Pinterest. :)
This is brilliant! You’re so clever Kate!
Katie @ Preschool Inspirations says
How fun are these!! Thanks so much for making my kid’s gift wrapping experience so much cooler :).
Nathalie Brown says
Pinning this immediately, love it
What a gorgeous colourful spot it will be under your tree! Love it! Pinned too.
This is fantastic. I’ll be printing some, but I also think this would be great in the classroom on those last couple of days when everything is a shambles as you clean and organise the classroom.
Ness @ One Perfect Day says
Oh I LOVE this. They’d be perfect for any time of year as well. Thank you!
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This is so great and would keep the kids busy for quite some time!