I’ve never really had a dedicated holiday planner before. I kind of had bits and pieces of information in a number of locations but this year I decided to finally put it all together. I’ve now got one binder dedicated to Christmas planning and am working on consolidating (gosh how I love that word!) everything into it. Now if I’m looking for a favorite holiday recipe to make, a craft I want to try, my gift list, my daily advent devotionals or my holiday menu planner and holiday baking list, I can just pull out my handy dandy binder and look it up easy peasy.
Of course I’m not going to lie I was totally enticed by all the free printables floating around blogland right now. Seriously I have a printables folder on my computer that is loaded with great stuff. Talk about an addiction! So today I thought I’d share with you some of the best free printables I’ve found for creating a Christmas/holiday planner to help you stay organized over the season. And believe me there are way to many to list them all so I’m going to have to put a limit on it or I’d be here all night! All I can say is I hope you have a lot of ink on hand :) Creating printables is a lot of hard work so I just really want to thank each of the designers here for sharing these for free. So so awesome!! Click on the links underneath the pictures below to download.
First let me show you my binder cover. I purchased a white binder with the protective sleeve on the front so all I had to do was slide my printable cover page right into it. How cute is this:
and it comes with a cute matching spine label:
I downloaded this planner cover and spine set at a site called Organized Christmas and they have two other sets of covers to choose from as well along with a number of free printable pages for the inside of your planner as well. A fantastic resource!
This adorable download from Eighteen25 is so fun and can be used in multiple ways:
Another terrific resource for free printable Christmas planning pages and lists is Christmas Your Way. Mandi even offers a free ebook with plenty of Christmas planning assistance.
Tip Junkie also offers a free Christmas Planner ebook that includes both helpful tips and planning worksheets.
Next up visit the Paper Crafting Obsession site for some fun planning and binder divider pages.
Here is another collection for you to check out. These ones are from the lovely site Lovely Little Snippets.
Lastly how about adding a free Holiday Activity and Planning Guide to your planner to help you stay on track this season. This calendar offers daily suggestions for tasks and events to do throughout the month of December.
Whew, I told you there were many! I hope you enjoy them all as much as I do. I know I’m leaving many out and I apologize for that. I just had to narrow the list down somehow so I concentrated on posts with a collection of holiday planning printables. However what I’m going to do is add a linky list to this post so you can add links to your favorite Christmas printables. In other words please feed my addiction…lol!
I’d like to keep this list to FREE CHRISTMAS printables only but it can be for anything Christmas related (tags, gifts, etc) as long as it includes a free printable for readers to print out.
Thanks everyone and happy printing!!!