Are You Looking For A Free Printable Holiday Planner?

Because this is the year you’re going to have an Organized Christmas – isn’t that right?

1. To help you organize and simplify your holiday plans, Mandi at Organizing Your Way has put together a short free ebook packed full of tips and action steps as well as a set of free Christmas printables so that you can create your own planner. You can choose from these free printables to customize your planner:
Address Book
Baking Planner
Budget Worksheet
2010 Calendar
Cards Worksheet
Decor Inventory
Family Traditions
Gift Ideas
Gift List
Handmade Gifts
Master To-Do List
Order Tracking
Shopping List

2. NetMums has Christmas Dinner Step-by-Step Planner
Their step-by-step guide will help you get organized in the run up to Christmas and whether it’s the first time you’ll be cooking or you are a seasoned pro you’re sure to find some useful tips and hints. To get you started, take a look at their guide for what to do in Late November / Early December – then take it (easy) from there.

3. Here’s a very nice tutorial with printouts to create a keepsake Christmas planner – has a place for coupons, recipes, calendar, etc.

4. Life … your way has a collection of planner pages to print

Address Book
Baking Planner
Budget Worksheet
Calendar
Cards Worksheet
Decor Inventory
Family Traditions
Gift Ideas
Gift List
Handmade Gifts
Master To-Do List
Order Tracking
Shopping List

5. Making a Christmas Planner
Print out these pages from chritmasiscoming.co.uk – 1 or more copies of each page as appropriate – and begin to fill them in a little at a time. If you complete the Decorations sheet, for example, as you pack away this year, then next year will be much easier. Go through the Christmas cards you received this year, and before you decide what to do with them (see 10 Creative Uses for Your Christmas Cards and Even More Ways to Recycle Christmas Cards) fill out the Christmas Card List to make next year’s card sending a breeze. Bring out the planner early next year – perhaps in September – and start to sort through it, make shopping lists, and so on.

6. simple and pretty – Free printable Christmas theme calendars with Christmas backgrounds

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  1. beth November 29, 2010
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