December starts tomorrow! You’re most likely running around, buying gifts, prepping food and treats, and scrambling to fit in every single piece of Holiday fun into your schedule as possible.
It’s as stressful as it is exciting.
But what if you had a little help? I went through my previous printables and created a few new ones specifically for 2017.
I’ll make this post short and sweet. There isn’t a story to tell today, just work to be done before Santa arrives.
Letters to Santa can be overwhelming…for parents. It’s the time of year when children ask for some pretty outlandish things, or very expensive ones. For the last few years, I’ve implemented this letter. Now, I don’t stick firmly to just four gifts per-child, but I do use this as a guide. You’d be surprised that sometimes your kids don’t really want the Xbox or iPhones.
Stuck doing the same things over and over again each Christmas? I know many of us have traditions, but sometimes you want to experience something new. I created a Holiday Bucket List.
Holiday Bingo for the little ones. We use peppermints of Hershey Kisses for markers.
*There are 4 different cards to print when you click on this picture.*
Stocking stuffer ideas for everyone on your list.
Maybe you need to keep track of the many gifts you’ll be giving, especially if you’d like to stay on budget. I’ve used this every year – in fact, I keep a copy out all year since I’ll sometimes find a great sale during the summer months and put the gifts away.
Gift tags (I would recommend printing these on card stock since printer paper tears too easily.)
Obviously, a calendar for December to keep track of everything coming your way. I usually print this out and hang it next to our whiteboard.
I hope that with these helpful printables you’ll be able to enjoy the Christmas Holidays a little more this year and stress a little less. Simply click on any of the thumbnails and the PDF file will automatically open for download.
*All printables are free to download for personal use. You may not copy or attempt to sell my work. If you would like to share my printables on your own site, please contact me. *