When do you start planning for Christmas? Are you Ms Organised that when December arrives your presents are wrapped and your freezer is full with festive food or do you enjoy the last minute chaos of present buying and Christmas Eve gift wrapping? Me, I’m somewhere in between! I start buying presents around end of September and think that I have loads of time and yet I still end up with last minute gift buying and wrapping on Christmas Eve.
If you would like to be less stressed this festive period then why not get yourself organised this Crimbo with a Christmas Planner, there are ones that you can buy in the shops (I have a Cath Kidston Deer one from a few years ago that is far too lovely to use) or as I will show you, ones that you can make yourself.
If you fancy making your own Christmas Planner they are very easy to make and you can have it the way that you want it with categories you will use, you can also make it as glittery or as minimal as you want it to look.
Christmas Patterned Paper
Double Sided Sticky Tape/Glue Dots
Label Maker (Optional)
Use your label maker (or make your own) and make tabs for each section of your Christmas Planner that you want
Now that you have a pretty Christmas Planner it’s time to start on the inside, what sections do you want; card/gift list, food, to do, crafts, budget, etc it’s your planner so use it to organise the way that is relevant to you. Don’t forget to decorate the inside as well using washi tape, stickers, stamps, etc.
Do you use a Christmas Planner? If you do make one of these then let me know by tweeting me a pic (@thelifeofdeem) as I’d love to see them 🙂
If you are looking for other Christmas crafts: