Humble beginnings--think manila file folder--don't hold back this ultra-creative holiday planner from papercrafter Daniel Dobson! Blogging as For The First Time, Daniela's got a sizzling entry in the Christmas pocket planner category.
Sewn and stamped, inked and embellish, this Christmas pocket planner is a knock-out. And don't miss the clever use of small binder clips as both embellishment and structural device. It's a stunner!
Better still? Free stamp sets! Hurry on over to Daniela's blog and leave a comment to be entered in a November 15 stamp set give-away (and tell her Cynthia sent you!)
Inside, computer generated lists, calendars and planners have been glued to each house-shaped page. While Mrs. B created her own lists, we think you could use down-sized Christmas pocket planner pages from Organized Christmas.
Ribbons, buttons, stickers and embellishments make this unique planner sparkle! Check it out:
Small and sweet and easy to use: check out Laurie's Joyful Christmas Planner!
Featured on the Stamp a Sweet Impression blog, this tiny planner is based on 3-by-5 index cards. Small it may be, but with helpful dividers Laurie's planner puts everything you need to get organized for Christmas in the palm of your hand.
But the embellishments take this planner over the top. As Laurie says, "If there ever was time to add tons of bling to your projects, then Christmas is the time!! :-)"
Who says Christmas planners need to be over-large ... or over the top? Check out this sleek solution from the Givers Log blog: a holiday countdown checklist.
As befits the spirit of the season, the blog offers free downloads. With versions in in blank form as well as in a pre-printed 12-week countdown, this is a minimalist approach to Christmas organizing ... and it's pretty, too!