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Christmas Wreath Collection of Free Printables

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Enjoy this free printable Christmas Wreath Collection of cards, gift tags, gift wraps and thank you cards with timeless Christmas sentiments!

I had designed this set of wreath Christmas cards and thank you cards last year. You can actually purchase them separately in my Etsy shop. But, I thought it would be fun to put this entire collection together in one nice little Christmas Wreath Printable Collection!

Come see what you think…

Christmas Wreath Collection: Christmas Cards

The first part of the Christmas wreath collection features these free printable Christmas cards with Noel, Happy Holidays, Joyeux Noel, Merry & Bright and Merry Christmas sentiments on the front. 

These note cards 4-1/4″x5-1/2″ and fit perfectly in A2 envelopes.

Printable Christmas Envelope Liner

If you’re looking for a coordinating envelope liner, I would highly recommend this Printable Christmas Wrapping Paper from 
Linda from tortagialla. Linda created this adorable printable paper for Kenarry: Ideas for the Home. Just one more reason to subscribe to Kenarry!

I’ve been meaning to create an envelope liner template to share with you, but haven’t gotten around to it yet. In the meantime, there’s a great tutorial and envelope liner template on Blush&Gray.  

Christmas Wreath Collection: Christmas Gift Tags

These Christmas Wreath Gift Tags feature the same sentiments as the cards: Noel, Happy Holidays, Joyeux Noel, Merry & Bright and Merry Christmas, with room for TO and FROM on the front of these large 2″x3.5″ printable Christmas gift tags. 

These gift tags were created for use with Avery 22802 Printable Tags. You can, of course, simply print them on nice cardstock and use a pair of scissor or paper trimmer to cut them out. 

Christmas Wreath Collection: Christmas Gift Wraps

Sometimes, you just need something simple to wrap around your gifts. Like when you make handmade dish towels or burp cloths. 

Christmas Wreath Collection: Christmas Thank You Cards

How many times do you send out Thank You cards after receiving a gift at Christmas? Well, there’s no time like the present to start. Sometimes, gifts don’t come in packages. Sometimes, they come in the form of kind or thoughtful gestures. 

Download Christmas Wreath Collection

This Christmas Wreath Collection was designed so that you can simply print them out on Avery stock  or nice card stock paper. These entire collection can be downloaded as a FREE gift when you sign-up below:

Then you just need to download the PDF file and save it to your computer. These Christmas Wreath printables and all other free printables on The Birch Cottage are for your own PERSONAL USE ONLY.



Use these printable Christmas gift tags, cards and wraps for all your Christmas gift wrapping, cards and thank you needs.


Sign up to get the free printable Christmas Wreath Collection using the form earlier in this blog post. Then download the free PDF and print your preferred designs. Choosing the highest quality settings in your printer settings will give you the best quality print.


If you used the Avery gift tags or note cards you’ll simply want to tear the tags or cards apart following the instructions on the cardstock packaging.

If you’re using cardstock, you’ll want to cut and trim the tags, cards or wraps using either a pair of scissors or a paper trimmer along the indicated lines. 

3. Attach or Stuff

Now you’re ready to either stuff the cards in an A2 sized envelope, attach the gift tags with string, ribbon or twine to your gift and wrap the wrap around your gift, securing with tape. Aren’t you just the thoughtful little gift giver?! 

With this Christmas Wreath Collection of free printables, you’ll have coordinating gift tags, Christmas Cards, gift wraps and thank you cards. I hope you enjoy this free set of Christmas printables and that they help make your gift wrapping, Christmas card sending and thank yous a little easier and merrier! 

Wishing you a holiday that’s truly merry and bright! 

Pam from The Birch Cottage

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