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Free Christmas Word Search – Printable

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So the kids are out of school and I’m sure you need some quiet time.
Or any time. Christmas is basically tomorrow (guess who hasn’t wrapped a single gift? Yeah, that’d be me) and if you’re all set feel free to stop by, I have lots of things you can do. You could guard my ‘tree skirt’ (actually just a giant piece of fleece from my stash) from The Puppy. He is absolutely certain it belongs in the kitchen.
Back to quite time! One thing I miss from being a kid? Word searches.  I love me some themed word searches. I’ve been known to do them on restaurant place mats in crayon. So I made some for you! I made two versions
A generic Christmas Version:
And a religious version:

Feel free to print as many as you want.
You can download them here (it’s a single 2 page PDF).
Or email me @ ChickenScratchNY@gmail.com and I can send you the PDF.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Let me know if you like these (in the comments) and I’ll post more!

If you want to create your own word searches I used this site

Comments

  1. Thank you!

  2. Hi Alecia,
    Stopping by from What we wore and made wednesdays. Those printable are great, I love word searches too, in spanish we call them “sopa de letras” which literally means letter soup.
    I’m a new follower, it would be great if you could stop by my blog.
    http://www.handmadebyizz.blogspot.com/
    Greetings from Spain and Merry Christmas!

  3. Thanks Alecia! And thanks for sharing at Overflowing with Creativity!!!

    XO, Aimee from ItsOverflowing.com

  4. Christmas did come fast this year! Thanks for visiting & following me. I’m following you now!

    Merry Christmas,
    caroline @ c.w.frosting

  5. Thanks for sharing this at “Anything Holiday” Linky party…This is such a cute idea!!

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  6. Thank you. I am sending these to my son who is at Boot Camp for the U.S. Navy. I wanted to send him just a little something fun that had Christmas spirit.