Tuesday, December 10, 2013

{Twelve Days of Christmas} Day 10: Free Holiday Printables

Yesterday I wrote about decorating for less.  The only thing better than decorating for less is decorating for FREE!  Day Ten of the Twelve Days of Christmas is all about free holiday-related printables!  Sure, you could search the web yourself, but I thought I'd throw a few of my favorites togther for you.  Printables aren't just for decorating anymore...

First, planning is a huge part of my life. Between my part-time work, my husband's crazy swing shift schedule and all the activities we have planned with the kids, friends and family, I'd be completely lost without my planner. Although I may look completely frazzled and unorganized, I have a method and it works for me. That being said, I'm always looking for fun new ways to stay on track. Check out this FREE, ADORABLE, PRINTABLE HOLIDAY PLANNER from Stephanie of The House on Hillbrook! I'm sad I didn't find this sooner, as it starts with Thanksgiving 2013.  You download it, print it, punch it and throw it in your planner. Simple! There are pages to plan your shopping, your spending, your cleaning and even your outfits!  Stephanie is known for her colorful outlook on all things organizing.  On top of making this holiday planner available to you for free, she has been kind enough to offer Double the Giggles readers a discount to her etsy shop Printing Pixels. Just use the code 2XGIGGLES for  20% off everything until December 31st at midnight! Thanks, Stephanie!

Remember my Keep Calm creation from last year that oddly, no one seemed to want? (I thought we were on the same creative page here, people!)  Luckily, there are holiday versions way cuter than mine of the historic Keep Calm sign and they are ...you guessed it ...free!  Crafty Kyla over at the Funky Polkadot Giraffe created an adorable FREE handful of them for you to print and frame. 
This and many more via Funky Polkadot Giraffe
Lastly, I Heart Nap Time recently linked up with 11 other creative bloggers offering a ton of free holiday printables.  I love her Merry Kiss-mas Tags contribution. What a cute, simple idea for dressing up a sweet treat for a friend!

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