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9 Free Printable Christmas Gift List Organizers (for a Calm Holiday)

Fill out one of these free printable Christmas gift list organizers this year, and save yourself time and headaches for years to come.

I did one of those holiday-overwhelm game-changers three years ago when I downloaded a free printable Christmas gift list organizer.

woman wrapping gifts with list next to her, text overlay "free printable gift list organizer for Christmas"

Suddenly, instead of having to rewrite my gift-giving list each year, I simply saved this list and added a name here and there the next year and the year after that.

It felt magical (well, a dose of Christmas magic for us adults, anyway).

It saved so much time and headache, that I decided to share with you the best free gift list organizers for you to download and use this year.

Seriously – you’ll thank yourself around November (or September if you’re like me, and you tend to shop for Christmas months in advance).

Free Printable Christmas Gift List Organizers

I encourage you not to think that gift-list-organizing is a “type-A” personality thing to do.

It’s not.

It’s a sane thing to do. Sitting down to print out one of these cute holiday gift organizers and writing it out just this year will save you loads of time and headaches for years to come.

Just save the list in your holiday storage area, and grab it come next year.

Psst: you’ll want to pair one of these with these free Christmas Budget printable PDFs, as well as read up on these 17 holiday budgeting tips.

1. Simple Christmas Gift List Printable

red and green ornaments hanging from top of Christmas gift tracker printable

Here’s a simple, fun Christmas gift list printable with 16 slots for people on your buy-list.

I like how there’s a column for you to put a budget for each person (then add up everything and see if it’s within your overall holiday shopping budget).

2. Holiday Christmas Gift List Printable

holiday gift shopping list with colorful word Holiday at the top, on clipboard

Looking for a simple, colorful, Holiday planner as opposed to a Christmas one?

Check this one out – there are columns for:

  • Recipient
  • Gift
  • Where to Buy
  • Price
  • Purchased (to check off)

3. Super-Cute Christmas Gift List Printable

Christmas planner printables with Christmas and winter creatures like foxes around the edge

Here’s a super-cute Christmas planner with a gift list printable for you.

Not only that, but you can plan your entire Christmas season.

Printables include:

  • Blank December monthly calendar
  • Handmade Gifts planner
  • Family Gift planner
  • Christmas card list
  • Christmas Day planner
  • Individual Gift planner
  • Etc.

4. Minimal Christmas List Printable

minimalist Christmas gift list printable with evergreen branch on top

Checkout this minimal gift planner (and imagine how great it’ll look in your home binder, or wherever else you plan to house it).

Columns include:

  • Recipient
  • Gift
  • Store
  • Cost

Psst: giving cash this year? Here are free printable money card holders you can use.

5. Kid-Centered Christmas Gift List Printable

green, red, light green, and yellow Christmas gift list planner for one person, on blue clipboard

Looking for a page to dedicate to each of your kids?

Cool – this one does just that. I like how it also includes an area for stocking stuffer ideas, big gifts, clothing sizes, etc.

Very thorough and helpful.

6. Multiple-Gifts Christmas List Organizer

blue stripes on outside and red boxes Christmas gift list printable

Do you just want a printable to organize buying gifts for children, or your spouse, or people you’ll be buying multiple gifts for?

Great – this planner could be the one.

It offers six slots for people you’re going to purchase gifts for, then multiple rows to put in multiple gifts.

Hint: at the bottom is an area for 13 “others”, where you can just come up with one gift per person.

7. Free Christmas and Stocking Stuffer Gift List Organizer

mostly white two page CHristmas shopping list including stocking stuffer with small Christmas icon images at top

This set of cute gift organizers is sorted by person, so there are multiple gifts you would choose for the people on your list (like for kids and a spouse).

I love how it includes a spot to write in a budget for each person, and then to come back and see how you’re doing with sticking to the budget or to see how much you have left.

8. Free Printable Christmas List Organizer

Holiday gifts to buy printable with three green and red ornaments at the top

Here’s a simple, printable Christmas list organizer with no optin required (meaning, you can just download it without having to sign up for their email list).

There’s enough room for 20 people, and there are columns for:

  • Person’s name
  • Gift
  • Store
  • Bought (to check off)
  • Wrapped (to check off)

9. Printable Gift List with Packaging Checklist

green and red Christmas shopping list with columns for purchased and packaged to check off plus who and what, and price

Do you tend to ship your Christmas gifts each year yourself (but sometimes get stuck trying to remember what you have or have not shipped off yet)?

This printable has a column specifically to checkoff that you’ve shipped someone’s gift. Could be helpful for you.

Look – if you’re anything like me, then you’re in a season of life where you need things as simplified and easeful as possible. Especially around the holidays and the end of the year. Printing out one of these free printable Christmas gift list organizers, filling it out this year, then storing it for next year is going to bank you time in holiday seasons to come. Couldn’t we all use a bit more of that? Well, that, and more Bad Mom Christmas sequels. Just sayin’.  

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Amanda L Grossman

Personal Finance Writer and CEO at Frugal Confessions, LLC
Amanda L. Grossman is a writer and Certified Financial Education Instructor, Plutus Foundation Grant Recipient, and founder of Frugal Confessions. Over the last 13 years, her money work has helped people with how to save money and how to manage money. She's been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Kiplinger, Washington Post, U.S. News & World Report, Business Insider, LifeHacker, Real Simple Magazine, Woman's World, Woman's Day, ABC 13 Houston, Keybank, and more. Read more here or on LinkedIn.