Print Christmas Planner (All)


The EH Christmas Planner has everything you need to stay organized this holiday season.  Use the file below to print out all the worksheets in the Christmas Planner all at once.

It also helps you keep track of what you’’ve already done in the past. Therefore, it saves you time, money, and keeps you consistent and thoughtful.

Free prinable PDF file simply click links below on Tip Junkie

EHprint Free Printable File:
Executive Homemaker Christmas Planner (25584 downloads)

Christmas Planner Includes:

Party Planner – Organize December birthdays, Family Picture, Parties, and gifts to have on hand.

Family Gift Planner – Keep track of gift ideas for each person in your family year round.

Extended Family Planner – This worksheet will help you make gift giving to your extended family easy!

Friend Gift Planner – Keep track of the smaller details like: Goody plates, Teacher gifts, and Emergency gifts.

Memory Planner – Quickly keep record of the wonderful memories you had with your family this holiday season.

Include in your Christmas Planning Binder:

· Recipes
· Menus
· Wish Lists
· Party plans and agenda’s
· Invitation ideas
· Tradition ideas
· Family craft ideas
· Decorating ideas
· Magazine cut-outs
· Tip Junkie post print-outs
· Other pictures that inspire you
· Online Ordering Confirmation Receipts

Having everything in one place will save time and get you inspired to make this season extra special. It will also cut down on having to re-event the wheel every year and prevent you from forgetting special moments and traditions.

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  1. Many thanks for the planner. I celebrate Idul Fitri instead, and it’s coming very soon. Your planner is a big help.

  2. I’m so glad you figured it out. Just click on the link next to “Print Free File”. It should do the rest. 🙂

  3. This is a silly question, but how do I print out these planner pages. In the old website there was an attachemnt or PDF. Please let me know, I love this binder idea.

    • Krista ~ Thank you so much for letting me know there was a problem downloading this free printable file. {knuckle bumps} I have fixed it. YAY! Simply click the link(s) under the TipJunkie image that says, “Click the links below to download and print” in this post above. It should take you to a PDF preview of the free printable so you’ll know if you want to print it now or download to save for later. Let me know if any issues persist. Again, I can’t thank you enough for letting me know and giving me time to re-build the site to fix the free printable. You ROCK!

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