Its Fun Friday over on our YouTube Channel and today I am sharing with you how I used an old black A5 Identity Filofax I found, while KonMaring my attic, and how I turned it into a Christmas Planner !
Yes, I’m taking Christmas !! I LOVE [read: am obsessed with] this time of year.
I’ve lusted after some gorgeous Christmas Planners for awhile now. Last year was actually the first year I attempted to use one… it really helped me out – but I probably didn’t use it to its full advantage. This year I considered splurging a little and buying myself a nice one, but until I’m 100% sure on how I am going to use it and whether or not I’ll use the same one every year I wanted to try it out again. When I found this old Filofax in my attic a couple of weeks ago I decided to ‘christmasfy’ it a little and use that this year.
So in this video I should you would I did to a boring old, black A5 planner and make it fit for the festive period !
I used some of these adorable printables I found on line to get the festive planning tools I plan I using to help me with my gift buying, menu planning, baking trackers, card sending and much more !
I also used some fun festive stickers, project life cards, christmas gift tags and this gorgeous bow to decorate the my christmas planner. I found a tutorial for the bow on YouTube from Alexis – aka Miss. Trenchcoat and you can download the template to create your own here.
I show you a tonne of other printables and how I used them in this video as well – do check it out !!
Do you use a Christmas Planner ? How do you set yours up, I’d love to – please leave photos or links to your videos in the comments below.
Thanks for watching and stopping by !!
Where to find all the printables and things I used in my Christmas Planner:
Alexis’ tutorial on how to make the bow
A link to Alexis’ template to make her bow
The Gift List Printables can be found here
The Online Shopping Tracker can be found here
The Menu Planner can be found here
The Baking Tracker can be found here
The Monthly Calendar print out here
The Weekly print out here