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! ~New! 2016 Calendar now updated!
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.
Created in greyscale, forms are printed three-to-the-page. Trimmed after printing, they'll take your Christmas pocket planner to a whole new level.
We've included our site's most popular forms--gift lists, menu planners and shopping lists. Don't miss our calendar/to-do list page: to make it easy to give, we've included calendars for the Autumn season.
Will you be joining one of our holiday plans to prepare for the coming Christmas season? Get ready! Long-time readers know that creating a planner for Christmas organizing is the first step to an organized holiday season.
To make easy to create and use your Christmas organizing power tool, check the site's Make It! Christmas planner section, which offers a complete guide to making a Christmas planner notebook. You'll find how-to articles and supply lists and divider ideas.
To help you fill your Christmas notebook, we're gathering the Web's best free printables and resources in our new Print It! section.
Don't miss our growing list of Christmas checklists. Our Plan It! feature is designed to be a quick and easy guideline for holiday planning.
Most of all, this site showcases you: the Web's best and most creative Christmas organizers. In the Tour It! section, you'll find planner tours and tutorials from the Web. Whether it's a simple Christmas notebook or creative holiday planner printables, you'll find inspiration to guide you as you make your own holiday planner.
Welcome! It's time to get organized for the holiday season ... with a Christmas planner!