Organize your entire Christmas with this Free Printable Christmas Planner. 8 sections, including schedule, gift planning, Christmas menu planning, & baking.
Printable Christmas Planner
I am just so excited to finally share this Printable Christmas Planner today! It’s something I personally need in my life, and I think you’ll love it as much as I do!
This Printable Christmas Planner is totally comprehensive, with 8 different sections, 2 different designs, and everything a planner needs to organize your perfect Christmas! Checklists galore, meal planners, gift planners, shopping lists, and so much more! So excited! So let’s get straight to it. I’ll give you a sneak peek.
Printable Christmas Planner Supplies
- Binder – Size will depend on how many pages you want to print. If you just print the full planner, a 1-inch binder will do the trick. If you want to print some extra pages (you probably will!), go with a 1.5-inch binder.
- Dividers – Depending on how you organize your planner, you’ll need 5-7 dividers.
- Pens – Grab some colorful pens for color-coding, and more importantly because they’re pretty and fun! These ones are my favorite.
- Post-its – Post-its + Planner = BFF. Seriously. Love them, especially when I’m in a brainstorming phase because if I decide against the idea, I can just peel the Post-it off and toss it. No crossing out or a messy-looking planner.
Printable Christmas Planner Sneak Peek
1. Cover – I designed 2 different covers for your Christmas Planner. One is sparkly and glam Christmas, and one is traditional reds and greens. You get to choose whichever you love most, and I’ve included matching section covers for both styles throughout the entire planner.
2. Calendar – I made three different calendar options, so you could choose which is most convenient for you. There’s two one-page calendars for November and December. One is vertical, and one is horizontal. And the last calendar option is a full 2-page calendar, so that the boxes are nice and big and you can fit everything you need in the boxes! I’ve also left them un-dated so that you can download once and use the planner year after year.
3. Holiday Happenings – This section includes:
- a full Holiday To-Do list (with check-boxes! Because checking stuff off your list feels awesome!)
- Things to Make for you to keep track of all of your holiday projects, decorations, crafts, and even DIY gifts.
- And if you do Elf on the Shelf but you always forget to move the elf, you’ll love this one- An Elf on the Shelf idea worksheet and checklist.
4. Christmas Shopping and Gifts – This is the longest section (before you include extra print-outs, anyway), but it’s nice and comprehensive so you can keep track of allll of your shopping.
- Friends and Neighbors Gift Planner – This is a short and sweet Gift Planner for people who you’re buying just one or two gifts for.
- “Something They Want, something they need, something to wear, something to read.” – Do you buy your gifts this way? We’ve done it several times in the past for the kids, and it’s a great way to think of gift shopping even if you end up buying more than just the 4 gifts. This gift planner breaks down the rhyme with 4 different gift planning sections: Want, Need, Wear, and Read, and includes a spot for stocking stuffers as well
- A More Extensive Gift Planner- If you’re not a fan of the Want/Need/Wear/Read gift buying idea, but you need a longer gift planner than the Friends and Neighbors version, this is it. Another way to use this page is to use one page per person, using the top section for gifts and the bottom section for stocking stuffers.
- Black Friday Shopping List and Cyber Monday Shopping List – Keep track of all the deals you want to snag on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and which stores and sites you’re planning to shop at.
- Online Shopping Tracker – Keep track of all of your online purchases and tracking numbers so that nothing goes missing or unaccounted for!
- Looking for ideas to fill up your Gift Planner? Check out our Gift Ideas page with over 10 gift guides and 300+ gift ideas. You’ll find something for everyone!
5. Holiday Meal Planner – I’m always put in charge of the holiday cooking for our family, so this is a big one for me.
- Christmas Menu Planner – A menu planner to plan out your full Christmas meal including the main course, side dishes, appetizers, drinks, and desserts
- Christmas Grocery Shopping List Organizer – And when you’re done planning, you’ll probably need to head to the grocery store. This grocery list organizer will help you speed through the store without forgetting anything!
6. Holiday Baking Planner
- Holiday Baking List – A place to write down everything you’re planning to bake over the holiday season, what you need it for, and by when.
- Holiday Baking Shopping List – In a checklist format to remember what baking supplies you need to buy.
7. Holiday Recipe Organizer has 3 different recipe cards (this is one you’ll probably want to print extra pages for) to keep all of your favorite holiday recipes and recipes you need for your Christmas Menu and Holiday Baking, all in one place. Plus, a blank index for you to fill in so you can find the recipe you need quickly.
8. Contacts and Christmas Cards – Write down everyone you need to send a Christmas card to or call to wish a Merry Christmas!
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