Free Printable Holiday Planner
Our Free Printable Holiday Planner will help keep you sane this holiday season – gift tracker, card tracker, budgeting, meal planning, decorating and more!
Aunt Edna wants a bunion squeezer. Or was a it a corn scraper? What’s the difference between a bunion and a corn anyway? Whatever, you just hope Edna doesn’t pull off her stockings and start rubbing them before the figgy pudding is served.
Uncle “Lactose” Larry cannot be served dairy under any circumstances. You still remember the last time you forgot and accidentally served him some cream sauce. 2014, wasn’t it? You didn’t think a dining room could clear so fast!
Lamb goes on sale on the 21st. Or was that the prime rib roast?
Your sister likes the guy on the right. Your brother voted for the one on the left. They shouldn’t sit next to each other. Or across. Hmmm, would it be appropriate to stick some adults at the “kids table?”
Your daughter wants world peace, but your grandson would settle for a bowl of whirled peas. Peas are on sale now.
Little Jimmy wants the new video game…the one with…oh, shoot! What was it again? It had guns in it…that should narrow it down for the man at the game store.
The church supper is on the…9th? No, 10th. Or was it cancelled?
The kids’ Christmas pageant is the following week. Joey is a wise man, but you’ll need to buy him some frankincense.
Or was it myrrh?
Alice finally gave you her “top secret” and “world famous” gingerbread cookie recipe, but you can’t for the life of you remember where you put it.
You look in your wallet and gasp.
How did that happen?
Time to get planning.
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Free Printable Holiday Planner
With this 34-page free printable Holiday Planner you’ll receive:
- 3 Binder Covers
- Monthly Planner Printables for November and December – both in landscape and portrait formats, and each comes with two week-starting options (Monday and Sunday)
- Weekly To Do List (with two week-starting options (Monday and Sunday))
- Holiday Budget Tracker
- Christmas Gift Planner
- Black Friday Deals Tracker
- Cyber Monday Deals Tracker
- Holiday Gift Planner / Budget Tracker
- Christmas Shopping List
- Holiday Card Tracker
- Christmas Decoration Planner
- Holiday Party Planner
- Christmas Party Planner
- Holiday Playlist
- Holiday Movies Watchlist
- Christmas Baking List
- Christmas Meal Planner
- Recipe Card
- Grocery List
- Christmas Bucket List
- Notes Page
- Ideas Page
- 2 Pages of Gift Tags (total of 16 gift tags)
Now it’s time to click on the button below to download the free printable Holiday Planner and get on with your Holiday planning! Please remember this Holiday Planner is designed as a PDF and to fit 8.5×11 inch paper. But you should also be able to print it on A4 size paper by selecting the “scale to fit” setting on your printer. You’ll find this Holiday Planner under the “Christmas” and “Planners” sections of The VIP Patch.
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Wow! This is beautiful and super helpful. Thanks so much for your generosity, you guys rock! Btw – for the Cricut Joy giveaway, you misspelled my name (??).
LOLOL! Glad you like it, Pam! 😀