She blogs as "Dream, Create and Share", so we're thrilled to share this creative dream of a Christmas pocket planner from Tammy.
Built from a legal-sized manila file folder--I'm guessing that the extra length is folded up to create the pockets--her sweet and pretty embellishments make this Christmas pocket planner a treat for the eyes.
We'd love to see a detailed how-to for this handmade Christmas planner!
Blogging duo Handmade Holidays Through The Year want to challenge you to get organized for the holiday season! Their July Challenge #1: make a Christmas planner.
These crafty friends want to help, so they're jump-starting your Christmas planner with three pretty printables: a gift list, notebook cover and Christmas card list to print. we like the scrapbooking-inspired graphics (even if they are a wee bit ink-intensive!)
Oh-la-la ... and so girly! Blogger (and "crafty Cornishwoman") Karen created this creative "girly-pink" Christmas planner in a 6-by-8 custom format.
Constructed from chipboard and scrapbooking papers, this is a wildly creative Christmas planner. With dividers for cards, gifts and food, along with a receipt envelope, this simple ring-bound Christmas planner covers the basics in a small space.
Don't miss the receipt pocket tucked inside the front cover. Love it!
Standard-sized Christmas planner notebooks aren't for everybody! If index cards are your organizing tool of choice, check out this accordian-style Christmas organizer made from standard business envelopes.
Petite and portable, it'll organize Christmas planning on a small scale. Pretty!
From blogger Laurie's GNO Stampers, you'll want to read the blog post carefully for the link to project instructions: