Holiday Journal Prompts

30 Easy Holiday Journal Prompts {+ Free PDF Printable Journal Prompts!}

The holiday season always comes so fast; let’s slow down a bit with some easy and fun holiday journal prompts!

You can download and print these free journal prompts today as a PDF worksheet, with no email required. Work on them in early December as you’re getting into the holiday spirit, or save them for Christmas Eve. You’ll find these holiday journal ideas are great for most ages; older kids, teens, and adults.

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Why Use Holiday Journal Prompts?

Holiday journal prompts make writing easy. They provide Christmas journal ideas that are fun to write. And writing is the perfect way to relax, especially during the busy holiday season.

Expressing what’s in your heart doesn’t always come easily, but using holiday writing prompts can make it a breeze. The right prompts can inspire you to reminisce, feel warm and fuzzy, and journal creatively.

What’s more, with all the screen time, journal prompts are a fun and healthy way to celebrate Christmas. They can get you in the holiday spirit without a ton of sugar, and make you feel happy about this special time of year.

Related: How to Start a Personal Journal for Beginners {With Easy Journal Prompts!}

These fun holiday journal prompts will inspire all the magic of Christmas in your heart. They will become your new favorite thing for the holidays. They’re whimsical, creative, and very merry!

So grab a warm cup of cocoa or hot beverage of choice, get cozy in your favorite chair, and get journaling!

*Please take note that you can download your free PDF printable worksheet at the end of this blog post.

30 Fun Holiday Journal Prompts About the Magic of Christmas

1. Describe every ornament and piece of decor on your perfect Christmas tree.

2. Journal your holiday wish list if you could have anything you want.

3. What would you give to each of your loved ones, if you could give anything in the world?

4. What would your elf name be? How would you look? What would you talk like? What foods would you eat?

5. Describe the ideal holiday spread at your Christmas dinner party. 

6. Who do you want to drink hot chocolate with and why?

7. What does Christmas magic feel like to you?

8. Journal what makes you feel cheerful and festive.

9. What would be the best gift on earth this Christmas?

10. Describe your happiest holiday moments. Or write about some special moments you’d like to create.

11. List some fun holiday activities you can do outside.

12. What are you most grateful for this holiday season?

13. What does peace on earth and joy to the world look like to you?

14. List some of your very favorite Christmas movies and a favorite quote from each film.

15. What is your idea of the perfect relaxing Christmas day?

16. Describe how your spirituality is connected to the holiday season.

17. Write a short story about the perfect Christmas morning.

18. List 10 candies or decorations to put on gingerbread houses.

19. List 5 ways you can give back during the holidays.

20. Describe your ideal holiday décor. Do you like traditional colors? What kind of Christmas lights? How much Santa Claus? How much Jesus? What level of sparkle are you at? 

21. Write a Christmas poem or song that you can sing this year, next year, and beyond.

22. What are your favorite memories from Christmas?

23. Name a few Christmas gifts that would you smile.

24. What would you name your reindeer and what kind of sleigh would you drive if you could be Santa for one Christmas?

25. What are the best gifts that keep on giving?

26. What are the best gifts that you can’t see, feel, or touch?

27. What Christmas traditions do you love, and what is your favorite thing about Christmas time?

28. Describe 5 perfect holiday outfits to look your best for a Christmas Eve party. Or, write about 5 festive costumes.

29. What’s your ideal holiday vacation and what would you do for fun? Google some travel journal prompts if needed.

30. How have you been naughty and nice this year? (Although I think Santa already knows, ha ha!)

Related: 100 Magical Journal Prompts for Inspiration.

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Holiday journal prompts PDF printable worksheet

Christmas break when school is on pause is the perfect time to use creative writing prompts about your best Christmas ideas. So as promised, you can download these fun holiday journal prompts below. 

Holiday journal prompts PDF printable worksheet

I hope these journaling prompts add extra joy to your holiday season. Hopefully, they give you or your kids something uniquely creative and festive to do. I think you’ll find they are super easy to write. And if you want to go all out, play some Christmas music while you write together. It’s a great way to celebrate the holidays!

You can also share these Christmas journal prompts with a friend. They might even make a fun Christmas party activity idea!

Holiday Journal Prompts

Concluding thoughts

I hope you enjoy these 30 fun and free journal prompts for the holidays. They were a joy to write! 

I just love winter festivities, feeling cozy, getting crafty, eating decadent treats, and all of those lovely holiday experiences. It’s such a great time! The list of everything I love about the holiday season goes on and on, from Christmas carols to decorations to candy canes.

What do you love the most about the holidays? And what do you think about these holiday journal prompts? Please let me know in the comments below.

All the best wishes for fun holidays, Merry Christmas to you, and joy to the world!

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