An easy delivery driver Christmas gift for the hard working UPS, USPS & FedEx employees that bring your presents to the door. Be sure to download the free printable!
A lot of packages come to my door all through out the year. It seems like I buy everything online these days! Even our toilet paper is dropped off by one of the delivery services. But at Christmas, the amount of packages arriving at my door increase a ton. With two young kids, shopping online just makes my life so much easier. So I wanted to find a way to give a fun delivery driver Christmas gift to those that help me during the season.
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Delivery Driver Christmas Gift for UPS, FedEx & USPS
These delivery drivers work so hard all year but in particular at Christmas time. We get everything from stocking stuffers to the Hot LOL Surprise Doll toys delivered to our house.
In the summer they are in the sweltering heat without air hauling packages to your door. And in November and December, they are often braving cold temperatures and bad weather to get your gifts to you on time.
These drivers work long hours and often have to skip meals to make sure they get everything done. And even though I think lots of us are thankful for their service, it is often a thankless job. They drop the packages at the door, most of the time never even interacting with the recipient in a rush to get to their next delivery.
Yes, it is their job and they get paid for this service. However, I wanted a fun way to give a delivery driver Christmas gift this year to show our appreciation. Since I planned to do 3 of these (one for UPS, FedEx & USPS), I wanted it to be inexpensive yet cute and meaningful.
Free Delivery Driver Christmas Gift Printable
If you would like to give a delivery driver Christmas gift this year, be sure to download the free PDF file Here!
Then head over to Amazon and grab a $5 printable gift card. Some other fun ideas would be a $5 gift card to Starbucks for a cup of coffee to warm them up or a gift card to a fast food lunch spot.
You can make this a free way to give by redeeming your Swagbucks points for a gift card! If you are not using Swagbucks, you should be! You earn points by doing small tasks or just by searching the internet. I have personally redeemed points several times for gift cards valued between $5 and $25. Follow this link to sign up!
Creating the Gift
The gift is super simple to put together. Simply print the printable file. It is going to print just slightly smaller than a standard size of printer paper.
Trim the edges if you wish and then affix your gift card. I used an Amazon printable and just trimmed it up to fit. It will also fit a standard plastic gift card that you might purchase from a retail store. Use double sided tape to affix the card.
Sign the bottom & remember to add a “To” section, so that the driver knows to take the gift. I just taped the card to my window. You could also use some cute ribbon to tie it to the door knob.
Do you love to reward the service workers in your life?