Monday, October 29, 2012

Christmas Organizing Printables to get you in the Holiday Spirit...a Little Early

Looking to get a jumpstart on your christmas organizing? Then today is your lucky day! We have some fabulous FREE printables to help get you in the holiday spirit!!



Keep track of all your early holiday shopping with SANTA'S SECRET GIFT LIST...



Keep track of all your holiday wrapping supplies, home decor and stocking stuffers with SANTA'S SUPPLY INVENTORY list...



Start jotting down holiday travel plans and party dates in the DECEMBER CALENDAR...


Start making a master list of all of your Christmas card recipients with this CARDS TO SEND LIST...


Keep track of your holiday spending with our NEW CHRISTMAS BUDGET LOG...


Plan your holiday feast with our NEW MENU PLANNER...


And finally, start planning your list of Advent activities with this Advent Activities Calendar.


All of the printables shared above are sized for  8.5 x 11" binders or planners, but if you have a mini binder or planner cover (like Arc Junior), we also offer these printables in 5.5 x 8.5". The set is designed to be run front-to-back in order and then cut down the middle. If you need more detailed instructions for printing your small pages, please visit this post.


There will be LOTS more holiday printables to come :-)

Happy Christmas everyone!!!

{All printables shared on www.thepolkadotposie.com are for personal use only. Please feel free to share and pin as much as you'd like, but just be sure to link back to either this post or the posts on www.adailydoseofdavis.com. Thank you!}

4 comments:

  1. These are super cute! Thanks for sharing. Stopping by and following via GFC from Boys Will Be Boys. I'd love for you to stop by my blog and follow along sometime. :)Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

    Julie
    www.thisgalcooks.com

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  2. These lists are perfect and exactly what I need to keep track of gifts!!Thanks!! (following now thanks to Jen at Boys will be Boys

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  3. Thank you so much for adding the smaller size printables!!

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