Every year on the 1st November we come together for Simply Christmas.
This is the 8th Annual Simply Christmas event and I’m just as excited to present this series, as I have been in the previous years.
Like most people, this is my absolute favourite time of year… and I look forward to sharing it with you over the next 8 weeks.
If this is your first time here, Simply Christmas is all about simplifying the busy season with a little planning and putting a homemade touch on everything we do!
It starts today, November 1st and runs all the way through to Christmas Eve… with lots of free handmade projects, printables and recipes to help put the homemade and home baked back into the holidays.
Traditionally, I kick off this event with my annual free printable Christmas Planner and this year I have 2 options; my all new A4 sized 2017 Vintage Christmas Planner and my previous A5 sized Vintage Planner that has been updated with current 2017 monthly calendars for November and December.
So today I have for you my all new 2017 Vintage Christmas Planner.
All the pages and graphics are new designs and part one of the Christmas planner is available to download today.
It forms the main part of the planner and throughout the Simply Christmas event I will be offering additional pages that you may like to add to your planner as well eg. meal planner pages, organizing a cookie exchange etc.
I think as Christmas Planners go, there is a plethora of free printable planners available on Pinterest. Everything from basic forms to elaborate printables.
My 2017 Vintage Christmas Planner definitely falls towards the more elaborate end, as it takes far more ink to print. However, I know it is popular because I start getting emails requesting it from about midyear, every year.
Personally, I am inspired by being surrounded by beautiful and creative things and this is the type of planner I enjoy using at Christmas … and I know some of you will enjoy it too.
Downloading your 2017 Christmas Planner
I’ve created part 1 of the 2017 Vintage Christmas Planner as a PDF file that you can click on and save to your own computer.
The 2017 Christmas Planner is no longer available.
Printing your 2017 Christmas Planner
I print mine on A4 matt photo paper because I like the finish it gives the artwork. This aff link will show you the type of paper I use.
Tip: Use the photo settings and choose the best quality print option on your printer for profession printing results.
Another option is to take the file on a USB stick to your local print shop and have them print it for you.
Ideally, this planner can be filed in a binder or a decorated clipboard. This year I’m going with the decorated clipboard for something different.
Tip: I laminate my Daily Planner page so I can write on it with a fine white board marker and clean off and re-use the same page each day.
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You can download option 2, a smaller sized 2017 Christmas Planner HERE.
Festive ‘homemade’ wishes
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