If color ink is not an issue for you or you want something more colorful and festive, you'll find plenty of those as well by doing a search for Christmas Gift List.
Here are just a few examples.
Once I was done with my master list I moved on to printing my wish list. Printing them out now, just gives me one more thing to eliminate off my to do list in November/December. I usually hand them out, in early November, so the recipient has plenty of time to think about it and get it back to me, well before Black Friday. Although I'm not big on shopping from a wish list, I do find it helpful on occasion and can use it for inspiration when I'm stuck.
Now with those all printed and in my notebook, I thought about using the 5 Gift Rule again this year. Some use the 4 Gift Rule below, but I like my own 5 Gift Rule.
Some people are very adamant about using this 4 gift rule with their kids, to keep them from "wanting" and being to "greedy" when it comes to Christmas. I do agree with that, but I prefer to think of it as a well rounded guide. Some years I use it, some I don't. Some years my family will change it up and add something fun, like 1 Thing From The Thrift Store. Now mind you, it's all a play with words and items can often fit into more then one category and that's kinda the point. So, after much thought, my final 5 Gift List for this year includes: