Setting up a Christmas planner, you'll need a few basics--and a few bells-and-whistles--to create a workable organizing tool.
Lined blank pages make it easy to journal, take notes or make lists, so stock up on these versatile planner pages. Divider pages separate the Christmas planner into sensible sections, and help organize information. A pretty cover makes using the Christmas planner fun!
In this section, ChristmasPlanner.com finds the best free printable planner covers, dividers and blank lined pages on the Web.
Decorate, divide and make notes in your Christmas planner with these Web resources:
Holiday letters are fun to receive ... but can be hard to write. Capture the moments with this wonderful Christmas Newsletter Planner from blogger Organizing Home Life.
Colorful and creative, this free printable planning page helps you get organized to write and send holiday letters. We like the clear, no-nonsense organization, and think this will be a great addition to the Rudolph Club; their monthly assignment includes making notes for a holiday letter.
Oooh ... these free Christmas planning pages from Botanical Paperworks are fresh, pretty, and free for the printing.
With five bright planners, you'll be on top of holiday prep from gifts to cards to Christmas dinner and traditions. The calm color scheme and beautiful headers make it a joy to get organized for Christmas!
Green and serene, this printable freebie from paper goods design firm Ellinée makes Christmas gift planning a breeze! Tracking time and budget, you'll cross holiday gifts off the list in record time. It's free for the printing ... for an organized Christmas.
Think the whole "Christmas planner" thing is a bit over the top? Here's a streamlined, all-in-one printable for Christmas planning: Clean Mama's Holiday Shortcuts Planner.
Designed to give you a quick grip on the most important holiday tasks, this planner would be right for singles, young families, or anyone who wants a single-page reminder of Christmas prep basics.
Pretty pink-and-green colors make it motivating!
[Note: this planner is shared as a printable image, not the more versatile .PDF format, and the page opens in a lightbox, which can be a bit confusing. Right-click on the image to save it to your computer for printing.]
If you're looking for something a bit different to stock your Christmas planner, craft blogger Aly Stamps sparks Christmas cheer with these free printable Christmas lists!
Bright and colorful, they'll keep you on track for planning Christmas meals and menus, getting to don the To-Do list, and tackling holiday grocery shopping. (We love the "For Hubby to Do" entry on the To-Do list!)
Offered in .jpg format, you'll need to right-click each image and save it to your computer for printing--and be sure to have plenty of ink for these colorful creations. Check them out: