Saturday, November 15, 2014

One Page Minimalist Christmas Planner


During the 31 Days in October series I shared my 2014 Christmas Planner.  I liked how the pages turned out and printed them out for my planner.  Even though I liked them ad how they made me all "Christmasy", I didn't like the fact that there were so. many. pages. to fill in!  I needed something a little more streamlined and minimal and that is how I came up with this idea.

Using folded inserts hasn't been my favorite thing but I decided I can handle it for a few weeks until Christmas.  The insert should be folded on letter-size paper.  I punched holes on the left side of page 1 (the title page) and put it in my planner; then I took the right side and folded it over right up to the edge of the rings - it works great!

There are plenty of room for notes, lots of checkboxes for todo lists, things to make, buy and bake and lots of room to record gift ideas for family, school, church and more.  If you give it a try, let me know what you think - I know it is working very well for me.

Get the One Page Minimalist Christmas Planner here:  |  Download

7 comments:

  1. Will this fit into a personal filofax or will it have to be reduced and/or cut? I need this! Thank you for sharing!

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    1. I do not use personal size planners so I really don't know anything about reducing printables. I've just made a personal size Thanksgiving planner and it worked so Christmas is next.

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  2. This is AWESOME I have a personal size filofax, any thoughts on how to print it to fit?

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    1. I will be making a personal size next.

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  3. Fantastic! It's so much easier to have everything on one page :-)

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  4. Will you be making a 2015 Christmas planner?

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