Hi guys, Christmas is just around the corner, can you believe that? I don’t know about you but I’m so excited, it really is the most wonderful time of the year. But let’s be honest, it can also be really stressful. In the hopes of being organized this year I designed The Ultimate Handmade Christmas Planner.
The best thing about using a planner is getting everything down on paper instead of having it swimming around in your head, trying not to forget anything.
The Ultimate Handmade Christmas Planner is a 35 page PDF print planner, giving you lots of different options to pick and choose from, I don’t expect you will use them all but I am sure you will find a lot of them helpful for your Christmas planning.
The Ultimate Handmade Christmas Planner costs $10 and is a digital PDF download.
INCLUDED IN THE ULTIMATE HANDMADE CHRISTMAS PLANNER:
There are 35 different pages you will receive as part of my digital PDF planner, they include:
- Handmade Gift Ideas
- Planners for the months of September, October, November & December
- Christmas countdown
- Weekly To do list
- Christmas Day plan
- Christmas Eve plan
- Christmas budget
- Spending tracker
- Christmas card list
- Christmas gift ideas
- Christmas gift list
- Child gift list
- Family gift list
- Friend gift list
- Christmas traditions
- Meal planner
- Christmas recipe
- Cleaning list
- To do list
HOW TO BUY MY CHRISTMAS PLANNER
My Christmas Planner is a PDF digital download. Meaning you will be sent a copy via email. This means you can pick and choose which pages are most useful to you and print as many copies as you would like.
Please be sure to give me your email address so I can send you your digital PDF.
I will send your copy within 24 hours to the email address you provided when paying.
MY TOP TIPS FOR CHRISTMAS PLANNING:
Starting your Christmas preparations as early as possible is key to being prepared and having the most stress-free (as possible) Christmas, especially if you want to make as many handmade gifts as possible.
Work out what handmade gifts you would like to make, how many, and then make a plan to have them made in time for Christmas. I find it’s easier and much quicker to make handmade items in bulk, so knowing how many you want to make it a really great help before you start.
Start buying your Christmas presents as early as possible. If you see something perfect for someone, grab it. I find the last-minute gifts always blow the budget, and I never find a gift I’m truly happy with.
It’s better to send your Christmas cards earlier, rather than later. If you’re anything like me, there have been Christmases where you didn’t send them at all, at first it seems too early and the next thing you know it’s too late.
As soon as your tree is up, start wrapping presents that can go under it. This will mean it doesn’t become a big job the days before Christmas.
Make up a little wrapping station to keep everything you need to wrap your presents, include scissors, sellotape, ribbons, bows, tissue paper, etc.
Donate any decorations you don’t love as soon as you’ve finished decorating your house. By donating them early they will be passed on to someone that could use them this season.
Good luck with your Christmas planning and be sure to leave a comment letting me know which page was your favorite.