Now would be a good time to check out Al Wood's e-book, How to Play Christmas Ukulele.
"There usually comes a point on Christmas afternoon -- particularly if you got a new uke -- when one relative, usually the one who spent most of the rest of the year complaining about your incessant strumming, will pipe up and say, "Play something Christmas-y, then."It's not free (it's $9 (cheap)), but considering everything else that Al offers free via his super deluxe Uke Hunt site, buying a copy would be a nice way to get your Xmas on while supporting a major contributor to the uke world.
So, while everyone else is sat around nursing swollen bellies, you have to get up and perform. What are you going to play?
In this ebook you get a dozen tabs of well known Christmas tunes. I've kept the arrangements as simple as I could in the hope that it will still be possible to knock them out in that woozy, slightly tipsy Christmas afternoon state.
The tunes are arranged for re-entrant ukulele in a number of different styles: strumming, classical fingerpicking, Hawaiian fingerpicking. There should be a few that suit your own style of playing.
You'll get a zip file containing arrangements of all these tunes in tablature and standard notation, a pdf file containing performance notes on each tune and mp3s of all songs."