Christmas Wish List

In the advent of Christmas holy day, Christmas Wish List is something you should prepare. We all know that exchanging Christmas gifts is a tradition. Even more, we remember the most favorite story of this holy day is about Santa Claus and the presents he always deliver in the Christmas Eve. The best of this tradition is we could expect to get gifts from people who close with us. Therefore, our mind commonly filled with thousands of wishes for the Christmas gifts. Say, I want a doll, I want a pet, I want a new game station, I want a new smartphone, I want a new jacket, or I want a real car. Instead of keeping the wishes on your mind, better you write them.

Christmas Wish List

Writing you wishes on paper in now another tradition for Christmas, not only children, but also adult people doing it every year. Christmas Wish List will make people close to you, including parents and relatives know what you want and buy it for you. Who knows if Santa read it and give it to you. This is how we share happiness with other people around us. Therefore, age is not an issue here.

Although we could simply write the list on a piece of blank paper, it would be better if we write it in more attractive and nice looking card. It would help to make people interest to read the list and remember what in the list. The template of Christmas Wish List below is ready-made card with Christmas related pictures that will help you make unforgettable wishes this Christmas.

Four different cards in one Microsoft Word page of letter size are available for you to download free. Since you may have different version of word, two versions of Microsoft Word 97/2003 and 2007/2010 are available. Since some people buy Christmas gift early, it would be better if you prepare your Christmas Wish List early so it will not too late for you to ask.

Each card has different clip art pictures. You can print it on letter size paper and cut it so you will get four cards. What you have to do next is to write your wishes on each card. Hand it over to everyone you wish him or her to give you Christmas gifts. It could be your parents, grandparents, relatives, friends, or colleagues. If you wish something from Santa, put your card on your sock. In the morning of the Christmas Day, your Christmas Wish List may work like a magic.

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