Our Santagram free printable has arrived just in time for some holiday fun! | via barley & birch
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Freebie: Santagram Printable!

OK, don’t tell anyone, but we’ve got a birthday in the house…its mine! I’m not the only one celebrating today though, because it’s December 6th – St. Nicholas Day! Legend has it, the jolly old elf himself was born on this day in 280 A.D. near modern-day Turkey. 

In honor of our dual birthdays (!!!) I’ve put together a Santagram that you can download, fill in, print, and hide in the mail for your favorite littles to find. Pure holiday magic (and the perfect way to remind them that Santa is still watching).

Our Santagram free printable has arrived just in time for some holiday fun! | via barley & birch

To make your own DIY Santagrams you’ll need:

Note: We prefer to shop locally or use what we have at home, but this list contains a few Amazon affiliate links for reference. As Amazon Associates we make a small commission on qualifying purchases.*

BASIC SUPPLIES:

OPTIONAL SUPPLIES:

DIY Santagram Instructions:

When you download our Santagram you’ll find a PDF, a text file with links to the fonts we used in our example and PNG files you can electronically layer on the Santagram, or print and add to an envelope!

The Santagram is set up as a fillable PDF form, which means once you open it all you have to do is fill in the boxes – its all been formatted for you! It’s worth mentioning though, that it can also just be printed and filled out by hand.

Our Santagram free printable has arrived just in time for some holiday fun! | via barley & birch

I put my Santagrams in some fancy silver button and string envelopes just for fun, but no envelope is necessary! If you decide you’d like to go the extra mile,  the ‘gram fits a #10 policy envelope perfectly (just a note though, if you’re printing at home, probably don’t try to run the b&s envelopes through the printer…I ended up switching to this self-sealing kind, but wasted tons of envelopes due to jams – grrrrrrrrrr).

Looking for more holiday fun? Check out our Winter Forest Paper Play Kit – with zillions of creative uses (we just used it to put on a puppet play!) its perfect snowy day entertainment. Or download a set of free printable gingerbread and snowman playdough mats.

For more Christmas magic, try out this sensory play pine tree farm Christmas countdown. For non-denominational holiday kids activities, build your own mini winter sensory garden, explore our ideas for winter-themed practical skill activities or create a DIY peace & love watercolor wreath

We’d love to see some snaps of your surprised kiddos! Be sure to take pics and tag us (@barleyandbirch or #barleyandbirch)  –  we’ll share our favorites on Instagram!  Love this? Want to pass it on? Please, please do! Our only request is that if you repost somewhere, you include a shout-out back to us with the original link to this post instead of a direct link to the files – we appreciate it!


*A note about Amazon affiliate links: We strive to use simple, earth-friendly supplies that can be purchased locally whenever we can, but sometimes we find the best universally available options, a rare eco-friendly find, or a niche product only available on Amazon. When included in our supply list, these products are affiliate links, and if you click-through to make a purchase, we receive a small commission that helps us re-order these supplies!

Surprise the favorite little in your life with a telegram from Santa - a free printable via barley & birch
Our Santagram free printable has arrived just in time for some holiday fun! | via barley & birch
Surprise the favorite little in your life with a telegram from Santa - a free printable via barley & birch
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About Amanda Eldridge

With a passion for cultivating imagination, Amanda aims to help families discover their creative potential and be inspired to make the world a better place through art, play, adventure, activism, conservancy, and community. When not playing with ideas, designs and projects for barley & birch, Amanda enjoys working as a modern art curator and managing her own small design business.

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