Santa will be visiting houses around the world very soon – but what if you don’t have a chimney for him to come down into your home? How will he get in? With a magic key of course!! Attach my Santa’s Magic Tag printable to an old key, and Santa will sprinkle his magic to let himself in!
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Santa’s Magic Key – Free Printable Tag
I have seen this idea online for a long while now, but never got around to making my own Santa’s Magic Key printable. I think it is such a sweet idea and is great to fire up the imagination in children when they don’t have the traditional chimney at home. You could have a hunt in thrift and charity stores for old keys, which will be a little adventure for them. You might even have one knocking around at home in an old drawer. If this fails, I’ve included a key in the list of craft supplies you might need to assemble this tag.
There are two sides to this tag – one side with Santa’s Magic Key, and the other with a message to Santa to tell him how it works. My sister wrote the poem (she’s so good at writing them, whereas I, am not!) with the instructions for Santa, so this is a completely unique printable from The Purple Pumpkin Blog!
Simply download the printable, and print onto white paper or card. You could mount the tag onto a scrap of cardboard if you don’t have any white card to hand. Stick the two blank sides together, then punch a hole at the end. Attach the key to the tag with a piece of string, and place out for Santa. If you have a laminating machine, you could laminate the tag so that it is protected for years to come.
Crafting supplies you might need…
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The Create the Holidays (formerly Create Christmas) series on The Purple Pumpkin Blog is filled with free printables, crafts, recipes, and more for Christmas and the Winter Holidays! You can check out Create the Holidays from 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 and 2012 for tons of awesome Holiday ideas and inspiration!
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