Thursday, 7 November 2013

Printable Christmas Planner 2013

Pin It!

I know I already shared a printable Christmas planner last year, but I couldn't resist creating a shiny new one. My 2013 printable planner is bigger, better and prints to an entire A4 page (after 17 months of blogging I have finally worked out how to create printables that don't have pesky margins). 

There are currently 14 pages in the planner, although that is subject to change if I think of anything else I would like to add. I am splitting the planner into two posts to spread my workload a bit. The rest of the printables will be available next Thursday.

You can't create a planner without a cute cover, right?

If you haven't already, you should start thinking about what you are going to buy people for Christmas. Use this printable to keep track of your gift ideas and what you have already purchased.

I know that some people love writing holiday cards, but others find the whole thing a bit of a chore. Whatever group you fall in to, stay organised and make sure you don't forget anyone with this printable Christmas card list.

It is scary how quickly the costs can add up at Christmas. Many people keep track of how much they have spent on gifts, but those inexpensive little extras can also cost a lot once you add them all together. If you are trying to be good and stick to a budget this year, this printable will help to keep you on track. I recommend printing off a sheet for each different category (food, decorations, entertaining, activities, etc).

For  a lot of families, December is the busiest month of the year. Therefore, I have created a calendar to go in the Christmas planner to help you remember all of your family's commitments.

Download/Print Christmas To Do List

I love to do lists. I would never get everything I need to done without them. This generic printable can be used for all sorts of things, so you may want to print off several for your planner!

I find myself scribbling all sorts of notes in the run up to Christmas (ideas, brainstorming, more to do lists). Sure you could regular lined paper for this, but this coordinated blank insert will look much cuter. :-)

Don't forget to check back next Thursday to download the rest of the 2013 Christmas planner! If you are trying to get organised for the festive season, then you may also want to check out my Tuesday posts for the next few weeks which will be full of tips and checklists to help you create an organised and stress free Christmas.


  1. Love thses - thanks for sharing :) The calendar is already stuck on the front of my fridge!

  2. This is lovely. I always love printables. I would love it if you would link up to my link party at

    Have a great weekend!

  3. Angela, thank you for sharing this excellent Xmas planner, you are a genius! I was just mentioning your printables the other day on facebook, and when I read that you had created a new Xmas planner I got very giddy! This is going to be really useful. I'm looking forward to downloading the next part :-)

  4. This is a great resource! I pinned to a few Christmas group boards. I think people will love it!

  5. What great printables! Love the calendar and the planner is perfect.
    I linked over from the Craftastic Link Party where I am participating with my
    Free Quilled Autumn Basket,
    Sympathy Card
    I would love it if you'd stop by.
    Hugs, antonella :-)

  6. I find the more organized I am the more I enjoy Christmas and your printables are not only lovely to look at but really practical to keeping track of all the baubles and tinsel. Thanks for sharing. Visiting via 'InspireMeMonday' (where I am # 252)


Thank you for taking the time to leave me a comment. I try to respond to as many as possible. :)