If Santa or your Elf on the Shelf mail your Christmas Eve box to your house each year, then make sure they have the right shipping labels! These free printable Christmas Eve box labels are perfect to tape to the outside of your cardboard Christmas box so it looks like it was delivered straight from the North Pole!
Picture this… Your kids open the front door on Christmas Eve morning and find a package full of goodies that they get to enjoy on the night before Christmas. And the cardboard box that is magically delivered has a very official looking label that says it was quality checked and packaged by Santa himself, and sent via Santa’s Special Delivery Air Mail service.
Imagine your kids’ surprise and delight?!
Whether you need a large Christmas Eve box sign or a smaller label, you’ll find some cute options to print out for free here! And if you have no idea what a Christmas Eve box even is, then check out this post for ALL of the details, why it’s an awesome holiday tradition to start, and what to put in your box: 60+ Christmas Eve Box Fillers and Ideas for Kids and Adults!
How should I use the Christmas Eve box labels?
There are so many different ways for you to present a Christmas Eve Box to your kids each year… whether you incorporate it into a treasure hunt with clues or you have your Elf on the Shelf deliver it on Christmas Eve morning or you simply have it magically appear at the breakfast table with a stack of chocolate chip pancakes.
Another way to have your Christmas Eve box delivered to your kids is to “mail” it from the North Pole, which is where these free printable Christmas Eve box labels come in!
Just grab a cardboard box, fill it with Christmas Eve goodies, tape it closed, and attach one of the free printable Christmas Eve Box signs at the end of this post! And the best part is, you only need a few supplies to prep your box:
- free printable Christmas Eve Box label templates – Choose from 5 different designs!
- cardboard box of goodies for your kids to enjoy the night before Christmas
- printer paper or sticker paper that can go through your printer
- tape – If you’re going to be taping the label to your box.
How do I print the free Christmas box labels?
You have a few different options for printing the Christmas Eve box labels… You can either print them on white sticker paper or regular printer paper. If you print on regular printer paper, you can just tape the label to a cardboard box and then put your Christmas Eve goodies inside.
Here are more specific instructions for how to print and use the labels:
- Click the link down below to open the free printable Christmas box labels. A new window will open up in your browser for you to be able to download the file from Dropbox.
- Look for the “Print” icon, or just download to your computer to save for later.
- Print the labels that you want to use by selecting the appropriate page numbers in the print window. Make sure that you print on US Letter size 8.5″ x 11″ paper or sticker paper.
- Cut the labels out (if you’re using the half-size sheet labels).
- Tape the labels to the box that you will be using for your Christmas Eve box.
- Place the box at your front door on Christmas Eve morning, like it was shipped directly from Santa himself!
Free Printable Christmas Eve Box Label Templates
Want to grab the free printable Christmas Eve box labels that I used in this post? Just click the link down below… You’ll find 5 different label templates to choose from. Just print the ones that you like best!
What should I put in a Christmas Eve box?
I’m glad you asked! I’ve got an entire post with over 60 Christmas Eve box filler ideas here! Plus, be sure to check out the other tips and ideas for making your own Night Before Christmas box, like making a DIY personalized crate like this one:
A Christmas Eve box usually includes things that your family can use on the night before Christmas… think popcorn and movie theater candy boxes for watching a Christmas movie together, new holiday pajamas, cookie mix to make Santa’s cookies, etc.
Other Printable Christmas Ideas for Kids
If you loved these cute labels, then check out some of my other Christmas printables for kids to enjoy this year:
Free Printable Santa Stop Here Door Hangers – Let kids color these fun and FREE Christmas door hangers to hang on their bedroom doors on Christmas Eve… That way Santa knows which room is theirs!
Free Printable Santa Letter Templates – Your kids can use these cute free printables to write their letters to Santa! And you can print out some cute free “stamps” to use on the envelopes too!
Printable Christmas Coupon Books (that you can type in!) – These cute coupons books make awesome last minute stocking stuffers for the whole family! These are one of the things that my kids look forward to most each year… probably because I give them coupons for Frappucino’s and song downloads!
I hope you LOVE these free printable Christmas Eve Box labels! If you use them for your Night Before Christmas Box this year, then leave me a comment to let me know how you liked them… I’d LOVE to hear from you!
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