The 2014 Christmas planners are HERE! {101 Days of Christmas}

The 2014 Christmas planners are HERE! {101 Days of Christmas}

FREE 2014 Christmas Planner from Life Your Way

It’s hard to believe that we’re on the 4th annual 101 Days of Christmas series, but we are!

Sticking with tradition, we’re kicking off the series with this year’s Christmas Planner, which includes brand new printables and an updated calendar. But even better, this year the planner is available in both full-size and half-size!

This collection includes the following printables:

  • 2014 Binder Cover
  • Master Checklist
  • 2014 Calendar (blank)
  • 2014 Christmas Prep Calendar
  • Address Book
  • Baking Planner
  • Budget Worksheet
  • Christmas Card Tracker (new!)
  • Christmas Card Worksheet
  • Decor Inventory Checklist
  • Decor Inventory with Storage
  • Decor Storage
  • Family Traditions
  • Gift Closet Inventory (new!)
  • Gift Ideas
  • Gift List
  • Handmade Gift Planner
  • How We Celebrated (new!)
  • Master To-Do List
  • Menu Planner
  • Order Tracking
  • Ornament Journal (new!)
  • Party Planner
  • Shopping List
  • Thank You Card List

Head here to download the individual printables, or visit the Life Your Way shop to buy your complete planner in a single download.

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This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. Thank you so much for 101 Days of Christmas. I look forward to this every year now. I just wanted to let you know that on the half page pintables the one for the Thank You Cards and the prep calendar are not working properly.

  2. FABULOUS!!! Love, love, love your Christmas Planner. I’ve been searching and searching for a Christmas planner and I finally found exactly what I needed :)) Thank you so much for sharing.

  3. I love your Christmas 2014 planner in the smaller size. This is my first planner and I want to make a your 2014/2015 planner as a gift(and one for myself 🙂 I am looking to purchase the collection but I am just not sure how to use it. Do I print them out and get them bound, glue them in a mead notebook or ??
    Any direction you can provide would be very appreciated.

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