Woop Woop! I’m back again with new Christmas printables for this year. These were really popular last year and I was so chuffed that you all liked them.
So I have redesigned them for 2018, and created some new ones too! Please read the information/disclaimers/terms at the bottom of this blog post before downloading any of the files.
I’ve also created new clip art/doodles for them too (these are all my original artwork).
As for the decoration in my 2018 Christmas planner, I’ve used Dovecraft Festive Wonder. If you’re interested in that, and seeing some more of the inserts and how I plan to use them you can watch the accompanying YouTube video here:
Ok then, onto the inserts! I recommend using at least 100gsm paper to print these onto. They are designed to print double sided onto A4 paper (if you are in the USA then I *think* they’ll work on Letter size but I don’t have any to test). To print double sided select ‘flip on the short side’ in your printer settings. I also recommend setting your print quality to ‘high’.
There are faint grey lines around the inserts to show you where to trim/cut them.
Just like last year, we start with some calendar pages:
These are for November and December. Click here to download:
Next we have the ‘Busy Day’ pages. These were really popular last year so I’ve kept them very similar, just changed up some colours and the font, and of course added the new artwork!
There also specific ‘busy day’ pages for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Year’s Day.
2018 BUSY DAY CHRISTMAS DAY + EVE
2018 BUSY DAY BOXING + NEW YEAR’S
I also recommend downloading this file which is the Busy Day ‘end pages’ (other wise your inserts will start on the timed page and end on the first page!).
Next we have ‘To Do’ pages, there’s a choice this year of Snowflake pages or Christmas Pudding/Sprout pages (or both if you want to!)
Next up is note pages – I like my note pages blank but if you like them more structured with lines you could print them onto lined or dot grid paper.
Then is the all-important Christmas card pages – I always lose track of how many cards I need to send and who to send them to, so these inserts are an absolute must for me. The picture shows the inserts designed for those who make their cards, but you can also download one that is designed for those who buy their cards.
For Handmade Cards: 2018 CARDS
For purchased cards: 2018 CARDS 2
Now onto the gift/present trackers – the MOST important inserts for me. I always get carried away at Christmas and keep buying more and more presents for people – and forget about others (oops!). So these inserts help keep me in check.
First is the online orders tracker (because I do at least 70% of my Christmas shopping online!).
Then the all-important gift trackers, these are available with different currency symbols for your totals (I’ve done Pound Sterling, Dollars, and Euros, I’m sorry if that doesn’t cover your currency but I can’t make them for every single one in the world!)
(I’m aware the left side insert in this picture has an awkward font issue with the word ‘delivered’ going over two lines, I’ve since fixed that for the printables!)
And lastly for the gift section is an at-a-glance gift tracker. I love my gift tracker inserts but when you just need to look quickly to see what needs to be done they can be a bit of a faff to search through, so I created this one as an extra:
The last section is the food section (what’s more important at Christmas than food?! Ok, family and friendship and spending time together and whatnot… but also FOOD!).
First are the recipe pages. Just like with my note pages I like these to be blank so I can write wherever on them, but again, you can always print them on lined or grid paper if that’s what you prefer.
And for the very last insert for this year, the all important Shopping List. I’ve put mine in my ‘food’ section as that’s mainly what I’ll use them for, but of course they can be used for any Christmas-related shopping.
And there we go! Phew! I really hope you like this year’s inserts, and if you do download them I’d absolutely love to see what you do with them, so feel free to tag me on social media, or even email me pictures!
I also have a giveaway running on my YouTube channel until the 10th November to win some of my Christmas clip art in sticker and die cut form:
So head to the video linked at the top of this blog post to enter (please remember to read the giveaway rules in the description box!).
Now, unfortunately, is time for the boring part; but it is a necessity when offering things like free printables, so please give this a read:
These free printable downloads are solely intended for personal use, and are not to be copied, redistributed, or sold in any way.
The images in the inserts are all my own artwork, so please do not copy, or distribute them. Additionally do not remove them from the original files. Changing the inserts to suit your size planner is fine but using the images for any other purpose is not.
I take no responsibility for anything that may happen to your computer, tablet, printer, printer paper, scissors, paper trimmer, any other object, item, or living creature, or life in general, after downloading and printing these inserts.
If you do use the inserts and share them on any form of social media, please either tag me or link back to this blog. Even if you resize them, they are still my original work. Plus I’d love to see what you do with them!
Well… at least they’re MUCH shorter than Apple’s terms and conditions! If you have any problems with printing these, or any questions then feel free to email me (there’s a contact form linked towards the top of the page), and I will do my very best to help; but please keep in mind I am not a technological expert!
Thanks so much for reading, and best of luck in your Christmas Planning!
Grace @ms.paperlover ❤