Thursday, 15 November 2012

Christmas Planner (week 2)

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Thank you for all of the kind feedback about the Christmas Planner printables I shared in last weeks post! Here are the rest of the printables that I've created for it:

Christmas Meal Planner


Here is something that I think is going to be a great help in our household this year; a Christmas Meal Planner. You can plan your menu, drinks and appetizers and note down any essential items you need to go out and buy for your Christmas dinner. There is also a box to note down the guest list to help you figure out quantities, and space to write your schedule because getting those timings absolutely right for Christmas dinner takes careful planning.

Christmas Activity Planner


This is something I created with kids in mind, but adults can use it to to keep track of what baking and festive crafts they want to get done in December. There is also a "places to go" box so you can brainstorm lots of things you would like to do over the Christmas season like go ice skating, visit Santa's grotto or attend a Christmas light parade.

Christmas Traditions Checklist


I think one of the things that makes it feel like Christmas is taking part in the same traditions each year. But it's got to the stage now where there are so many little traditions that my kids love (and have come to expect each December) that it is difficult to remember them all! So I've created this printable to keep track of traditions that we want to enjoy year after year. I've split it into December traditions, Christmas Eve traditions and Christmas Day traditions for easy reference. There is also a space to note ideas that you've heard of and would like to try in your home too (for example, the "elf on the shelf" tradition).

And again, here is the link to the first part of my Christmas Planner Printables. These printables include a perpetual December calendar, a gift planner and a Christmas card contacts list. You can also access all of my previous frrebies via the Printables tab on the top menu.

Next week I will be sharing some letter to Santa printables that I have been working on for my own kids, and I've also got some Santa cookie and reindeer food freebies coming up this month.

7 comments:

  1. What GREAT printables! Thank you SO much for sharing them! I NEED to get organized, and this just may help me do it! :o)
    Jaime

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  2. Thank you for these wonderful printables. You thought of everything.

    We may have met by chance...but we become friends by choice.

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  3. Cute planner pages! Thanks for sharing them at A Crafty Soiree!

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  4. I'm so glad I found your site! I especially love the traditions planner because we just had our first child and I'm excited to start making our own family traditions :)

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    1. Aw, congratulations. Yes being able to create your own family traditions definitely makes Christmas more magical. And it is so lovely when your child gets old enough to understand/remember and starts looking forward to taking part in them each year!

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