15 October 2014

31 Days: Christmas Festivities Tracker

Good evening, friends! 
Welcome to today's FREE printable I'm sharing for you to add to your Holiday Planner, if you'd like! We're spending the month preparing a Holiday Planner to help organize everything for the fall & winter holidays. We're officially halfway through the series, but if you're dropping in for the first time, check out my beginning post...

Below is a FREE blank printable where you can fill in all of your favorite crafts to make and movies to watch during the winter season! It could probably go without saying, but I've included this printable in my Holiday Planner under the Christmas divider tab!

I don't know about you, but Pinterest is my go-to place to quickly find ideas for crafts and DIY projects, but there's also nothing that beats curling up with a good magazine for inspiration! What do you hope to make this season- crafts with the little ones, a few festive decor pieces to bring the fall season indoors, a great vignette in the front entry way or porch

Here are a few things that are on my Christmas "To Make" list to get the creative juices flowing! And feel free to check out my Pinterest "Holiday: Christmas" or "Holiday: Advent & Epiphanyboards to get even more ideas!
  • Christmas wreath
  • napkin rings for Christmas dinner
  • Daily December scrapbook 
  • display for received Christmas cards
  • frame Christmas subway tile printable
  • Christmas hair clips for the babies
  • DIY snowmen from old socks
  • winter-inspired pages for our felt quiet book
  • Christmas & winter sensory bins for the toddler
  • citrus & clove pomanders
  • felt mistletoe balls
  • Christmas stockings for family
  • Christmas family newsletter
and here's a few of my Advent-themed "To Make" items...
  • Advent wreath
  • 12 days of Christmas calendar
  • Advent book basket
  • felt Jesse Tree & ornaments for toddler
  • frame Christmas Scripture printables
  • felt nativity for toddler
  • Advent-inspired pages for felt quiet book
  • napkin rings for Epiphany dinner

With the winter weather rolling in, it's one of my favorite times to snuggle under a blanket on the couch, perhaps with a cup of hot tea or apple cider, and take in a good movie with the family! While the kids are napping, watching a movie also a great time to snuggle up with the hubby and get in a little in-house "date night" too!

Here are some family & adult movies that are perfect for the winter & Christmas season! What other movies would you add to your "To Watch" list?
(NOTE: below list contains affiliate links)

And a few movies for the adult crowd (most or all are still family-friendly though...)

Download your FREE printable here )

As a bonus, to go with  your "to watch" list, turn it into a Family Movie Night! Feel free to check out my post about creating a whole themed meal and decor to go with your movie viewing and get the free printable (and others!) you see below!

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