Last year, I shared our Christmas traditions along with some new food and decor ideas (thanks Pinterest!) randomly throughout the month of December. (You can browse through those posts by clicking here and scrolling down through the old posts.) I'm planning on doing the same this year, and squeezing in as much Christmas goodness as I can!
Over the next 40 days, I will be blogging frequently about Christmas - recipes, activities, and general planning to help you be motivated and give you suggestions and ideas! If there is one thing I love to read about, its Christmas, and there is so much inspiration to be gained from others that I hope to share with you!
To kick off the Christmas spirit, I have another new Christmas planning printable to add to our arsenal. (Plus, I need all the Christmas printables in one post, so I'm killing two birds with one stone.)
Here are the Christmas printables available for free just by requesting them in the comments section of this post:
A Christmas countdown, beginning December 1st:
Keep track of the gifts you need to still purchase, including where to get it and what your price range is:
Don't forget the most important part: Christmas food! Includes a spot to jot down where the recipe is located:
Printable 3x5 recipe cards:
Or a recipe page. Either of these would make a great gift if you compiled the recipes!
|Please remember to include your name for the personalization on this!|
And the infamous To-do list, to help you keep your head on your shoulders:
The brandy-new one I am introducing today is an Address Book! Here is a close up of the first page so you can see the details:
Besides the normal name, address, phone number and web info, this page also includes a place to mark if you sent or received a gift or card, and if you sent a thank you note or not! So much function packed in one place, this will make your gift and card giving so much easier!
The second page has all the same info, but can be printed off again and again as many times as you need. You can even mark the page numbers to keep everything straight. Should prevent headache!
All you have to do to makes these printables your own is leave a comment below including your email address. Be sure to also include your name for the personalization of the recipe page (or the name of the person receiving the page...or both!)
I'd love ideas for other planning pages that would be a help to you this season. Let me know, and I'll do my best to create what you need!
How are you doing with Christmas prep this year? Are all your gifts purchased yet? Decor up? Here in Canada, Thanksgiving has already come and gone, and many places are already playing Christmas music. Doesn't it seem "too early?"