Beautifully Organised: CHRISTMAS PLANNING: Christmas Gift List

Sunday, November 20, 2011

CHRISTMAS PLANNING: Christmas Gift List


It's Christmas Planning Sunday!

Today's the day to write your Christmas Gift List (time required: 1/2 hr)

Grab your planner (or a piece of paper), and let's get started:)



So, have you bought or made any gifts already?

If so, do a quick walk around the house, gather all presents you have and put them on your dining room table so you can see exactly what you have (might be best to do this when the kids are in bed).

Then write every single item into the Gift column.

Next write down the names of who each gift is for into the Name column.

Jot down an idea of how much each gift cost - if you still have the receipt, great. If not, just put down a rough idea.

Put a tick in the Bought column for each. Then take a look at how much you've already done and give yourself a pat on the back :)

And if you haven't started your Christmas shopping yet, that's ok:

Start by filling in the Name column.

Then in the Gift column, jot down an idea for a present for each person.

Next, write down how much you intend to spend in the Cost column.

Keep your Gift List handy so you can tick off each gift when it's Bought and Wrapped - and your Christmas Gift organising will be a breeze..

My big tip for this page: Fill out your Gift List in pencil instead of pen - just in case you need to make any changes!

See you next Sunday for the next step in your Beautifully Organised Christmas :)


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3 comments:

  1. I love the idea of saving money this year by making gifts. I'm thinking home made preserves and fresh baked granola in mason jars, ready to be given out as needed!

    It's a real pleasure to *meet* your blog!

    - Catherine @ The Spring (in Brisbane)

    http://www.thespringblog.com

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