17 Christmas Traditions {printable}

Have you ever wanted someone to sit you down to help you plan and organize your life? Well you’re in luck!

Christmas Traditions

Both of my sites, Tip Junkie and Executive Homemaker will unite at least once a month to not only help you plan ahead, but also help embellish your life with some fun activities as well. Look for the feature called Your Personal Assistant.


Today as your Personal Assistant, I’ve compiled 17 Christmas Traditions and put them into a 2-page worksheet for you to print out and put in your Christmas Planner for easy access and reminders on how to strengthen your family each holiday season.


If you’re still looking for a quick neighbor gift, print out the traditions and attach them to a 2 liter of Sprite with a note, “May your holiday be merry and “sprite!”

Are you looking for more last minute Christmas inspiration? Check out these quick neighbor gifts:

Cut the Candy bar – A fun family game that can be played anytime.

Potpourri in a Jar – This is such an easy small gift for the holiday season. Perfect for neighbors and friends.

Candle Story – Attach a candle with this poem as a lovely and easy gift.

8 Symbols of Christmas – Here are 8 cards that have the meanings of the most used symbols of Christmas. Pick any of them and attach to a corresponding ornament as a meaningful easy gift.

Santa Cookies – These Santa Cookies are so easy to make and look great!

Easy, Cheap, Useful Christmas Gifts
24 Quick, Easy, Cheap Small Gifts
Cookie Sheet Advent Calendar

Family Christmas Traditions
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  1. That pancake looks too good to eat! I just like the way the fruits made Santa look real.What a creative way to prepare breakfast this season. I will try to create my own version. Thanks for the idea. Happy holidays.

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