Super Easy gift idea for kids (of all ages). Print Santa’s Nice List Certificate and add a matching gift card.
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With this Christmas printable and matching Christmas gift card, you can put friends and relatives (of all ages!) on the top of Santa’s Nice list! The official certificate is easy to print, has a place to write in the year and the recipient’s name and is signed by the big man himself. The matching gift card bears the official stamp of the North Pole, no less! Put the two together and you can deliver the most-requested gift on holiday wish lists (gift cards ranked number one again this year!) faster than Santa and his flying reindeer can circle the globe. Details below!
1. Order Gift Card and Download Printable
The fun thing about this Nice List certificate is that Santa could actually deliver any gift card. Of course, I prefer the matching Visa® gift card, but you could buy gift cards from stores or restaurants instead. Santa wants all of his recipients to be happy, after all.
Order the Santa’s Nice List Gift Card
Download the matching Nice List Certificate gift card holder
Quick Tip! After downloading the printable Christmas certificate, print it on a color printer using “best quality” and “actual size” settings. (Do not select “shrink to fit” or any other setting that will change the size of the printed .pdf image.) White, card stock paper measuring 8-1/2″ x 11″ works best. Cut the certificate with a paper cutter using the trim marks as a guide.
To give this certificate a little more pop, I added a backing of silver card stock paper. Since the cropped card measures just below 5″ x 7″, it would fit nicely in a frame as well.
2. Add Rudolph
Unless a gift card is used to buy something electronically (e.g. download digital music, order a movie and so forth), the recipient most likely won’t be able to spend it immediately. Waiting for the actual present to be purchased may be a challenge, especially for children. That’s why I always deliver gift cards with small offerings that can be enjoyed in the moment. In this case, a simple Rudolph candy cane will do.
Enter “Rudolph Candy Cane Craft” in any search engine to find several ways to make candy cane reindeers. I liked the tutorial I found on Stephanie’s Mommy Brain.
Or Send a Custom Greeting Card
If you don’t have time to make your own Santa’s Nice List certificate, then let us send the gift card for you. Order the North pole stamped gift card and put it in a custom greeting card, like the one shown on the right. Add the words, “Congratulations, you made the Nice List!” to the inside of the card.Since the greeting card can also be customized, you could add a picture of the recipient to the front of the card as well. It only costs a couple of extra dollars, but could certainly save you a lot of time and effort during this holiday season.
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Happy Gift Carding!
~Shelley Hunter, Gift Card Girlfriend