Wondering how to make a Christmas pocket planner? Go from zero to sixty with this video tutorial from The Stamp Doc.
This Christmas pocket planner is built using a simple pocket folder, decorative paper and stamped embellishments. Back-to-school promotions are underway now, so check around to find pocket folders for as low as ten cents!
Big binders aren't the only way to go when it comes to creating a Christmas notebook. Check out this slimmed down version from Laurie, who blogs at Thru My Cottage Door!
Built from a simple colored file folder, Laurie's Christmas planner features dimensional embellishments, patterned paper and perky ribbon loops. She's scaled her notebook to take Christmas pocket planner pages from Organized Christmas--and brought a whole new meaning to lean, mean holiday planning!
Think all Christmas planners have to be girly or cute? Guess again ... and check out Lorrinda's fabulous faux leather Christmas Planner!
On the outside, it's svelte and swanky with an easy faux leather finish; on the inside, it's a hard-working tool for Christmas organizing. Along with gift lists, card lists and menu planners from Organized Christmas, Lorrinda's added grace notes like a Post-Its pad and pen holder.
Best of all, Lorrinda's Isn't That Sweet blog offers a fully illustrated tutorial to help you create your own version of this clutch-purse holiday organizer.
What's better than a fresh, new Christmas pocket planner? Three of them!
Check out this trio of inspiring Christmas planners from Lisa, blogging as Melt Your Heart Greetings. Coordinated patterned papers and luxe embellishments lead to three very different approaches to the Christmas pocket planner concept.
Here's a pretty entry in the Christmas pocket planner category: a multi-year planner from Louise at the Home is Where My Craft Room Is craft blog.
This elegant planner sports a distinctive color scheme using coordinated patterned papers. Inside, I really like the labelled pockets; no confusion about what goes where!
Best, the project is easy enough for this crafts-challenged editor. And while Louise used a commercial digital product to print out her lists, it would be just as easy to use the free Christmas pocket planner pages offered over at Organized Christmas to fill pockets with printed forms.