Lottery Tickets Christmas Gift

Shannon Cairns

October 29, 2022

Christmas

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This lottery tickets Christmas gift is going to be one of the easiest (and most fun!) gifts you can give this holiday season! Get the free printable and make them yourself!

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How to make a Christmas Lottery Gift

Making a Christmas gift doesn’t have to be difficult, and it doesn’t have to take a long time to make in order to be a good gift! Using printable items to make your gift saves you time and money, without cutting down on the quality of the gift you’re giving!

These cute printable tags are free to download and print, and they’re the perfect way to amp up a scratchers gift! These are great for White Elephant gift exchanges, last minute gift ideas, and even frugal stocking stuffers!

Supplies needed for this Christmas Lottery Gift

Free Printable:
Christmas Lotto Gift

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    Step 1: Print out your Christmas lottery gift tags. These print best on cardstock, (as regular paper won’t hold the weight of the card well), and print one to a page, so if you need more, keep that in mind.

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    Step 2: Cut out your cards around thee green box. Use glue dots or double sided tape to adhere the lottery ticket to the card.

    Be sure not to cover the barcode, or important information, as the tape could cause some removal from the back of the card.

    “Wishing you a whole LOTTO Christmas Cheer!”

    When you are finished, your Christmas lottery ticket gift should look something like this! Smaller tickets fit the best on these cards, but if you get a larger ticket, you can always staple it on to the end of the card instead.

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    Every time I have given lottery tickets as a gift, the recipient gets so excited! It’s fun to play scratch-offs, especially when someone else bought them!

    Lottery Ticket Christmas Gift Ideas

    • Stocking Stuffers. These are really affordable stocking stuffers, and everyone loves them!
    • Teachers. This is a great frugal holiday gift option for teachers that they’ll really enjoy!
    • Last Minute. If you have an unexpected holiday guest, or need a last-minute gift, these are so quick to put together!
    • Small Gift. This is also a great small gift idea for neighbors, mail delivery drivers, employees and more!
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    Lottery Tickets Christmas Gift

    Lottery Tickets Christmas Gift

    This lottery tickets Christmas gift is going to be one of the easiest (and most fun!) gifts you can give this holiday season! Get the free printable and make them yourself!

    Prep Time 5 minutes
    Active Time 5 minutes
    Total Time 15 minutes
    Difficulty Easy

    Materials

    • Free Printable Lottery Christmas Gift Tag
    • Lottery Scratch-Off Tickets (small ones fit best)
    • Double Sided Tape or Glue Dots

    Tools

    • Cardstock Paper
    • Scissors

    Instructions

    • Print out the lottery ticket tags onto cardstock paper.
    • Cut them out around the green box.
    • Attach the lottery tickets to the cards using glue dots or double sided tape.

    Notes

  • Stocking Stuffers. These are really affordable stocking stuffers, and everyone loves them!
  • Teachers. This is a great frugal holiday gift option for teachers that they'll really enjoy!
  • Last Minute. If you have an unexpected holiday guest, or need a last-minute gift, these are so quick to put together!
  • Small Gift. This is also a great small gift idea for neighbors, mail delivery drivers, employees and more!
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    I’m a wife, mom of three, doctor, and blogger! In 2018, I decided to turn my mom blog, into a personal finance blog so others could follow along on our journey to pay off over HALF a MILLION dollars in student loan and practice start up debt. I hope you enjoy following along, and maybe even find some inspiration along the way.