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Christmas Pocket Planner Forms: New Freebies from

Have you heard about Christmas pocket planners? Handmade from scrapbooking paper and a simple pocket file folder, these little holiday planners are inexpensive, creative and just plain fun!

The pocket planner concept is sweeping the scrapbooking and rubber stamping world, but there's always been one thing missing: a set of printable forms for Christmas organizing.

Until now! Introducing the latest Organized Christmas forms set: Christmas Pocket Planner Forms!


Free Printables: Christmas Lists and Holiday Planner Pages

They're simple, fresh, and free: printable Christmas lists and holiday planners from

Brightened up with colorful clip art, this selection of Christmas gift lists, Christmas card list, to-do lists and Christmas wish lists is free for the printing!

If you're making a Christmas pocket planner to use--or to give--this year, take note of the Christmas to-do list. Offered four to a page, it's right-sized for a planner pocket.

Printable Christmas Gifts and Holiday Planners


Ultimate Holiday Planner: Free Printable from Martha Stewart

It's eye candy for your Christmas planner: a free printable Ultimate Holiday Planner from

A mix of menus and recipes, crafts and clip art, this 15-page holiday planner includes a sweet and simple Christmas checklist that'll have you cruising through the holidays in short order.

In .PDF format, so you'll need the free Adobe reader to view and print:

Ultimate Holiday Planner


Hassel-Free Holiday Planner ... Plus Printables!

holiday plannerIt's a real-life Christmas notebook tour with a printable plus: a "Hassel-Free Holiday Planner"!

Blogger FawnDear, citing our Organized Christmas site (thank you, dearie!), joins the fun with a photo tour of her "Holiday Brain".

To inspire you, she's shared her personal Christmas countdown, and created a few free printable planning pages. Enjoy!

The Best Holiday Planner, By You, For You


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Country Covers from Melinda's Christmas Notebook

Love all things "prim"? Our friend Melinda does--and her Christmas notebook tour shares several cute, country printable cover pages for your Christmas planner.

An organized touch: download your favorite printable Christmas planner cover page for 2008, 2009, or 2010.

This thoughtful addition makes it easy to create Christmas planner notebooks to give as gifts this year. Shared with a sister or a friend, you'll get ready for Christmas, 2009, together!

Thanks, Melinda ... nice work!

Melinda's Christmas Notebook


Handmade Holiday Gift Planner To Print

It's a planning calendar and gifts-to-make list in one: a handmade gift planner/2008 calendar combo from craft blogger Cindy from SkipToMyLou!

Use this free printable form to set deadlines for handmade gifts and record ongoing projects. It's a great addition to your Christmas planner!

While you're there, don't miss Cindy's creative ideas for handmade holiday gifts. She's covered a full range of easy to make, easy to give ideas for holiday projects. Get inspired!

Print a Handmade Holiday Gifts 2008 Calendar/Planner


D*I*Y Holiday Planner Form Set

Pretty, shmitty: you want holiday planner forms without all the colored ink and graphic foo-foo? Here you go: a set of six basic holiday planning forms from D*I*Y Planner reader shris.

Downsized and created in greyscale, these printables will appeal to folks looking for a no-nonsense, downscaled Christmas planner. A bonus: included source files allow users of Open Office to edit these planner pages.

Check 'em out; in black-and-white and sized for 8.5-by-5.5 planners:

Holiday Planning Set from D*I*Y Planners