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FREE Printable Christmas Planner Pages: For the Kitchen

Organize your Christmas menus, shopping, kitchen prep and more with this set of FREE Printable Christmas Planner Pages for your Kitchen. Includes Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinner menu planning sheets, to-do lists, a grocery list, recipe cards, baking lists, a holiday activity list and more!

Hello friends! I’m so happy you are here today! Once again I’m participating in the Seasonal Simplicity Christmas Series hosted by my friend Krista of Happy Housie. I’ve joined in with a talented group of bloggers and today we’re sharing some FREE Holiday Printables with you! Everything from worksheets to help you plan your holiday season, to letters to Santa and seasonal art for decorating! Make sure to have a look at all of them at the bottom of this post. As well, if you missed any of my previous posts as part of this series, make sure to check out my DIY Orange and Cinnamon Stick Napkin Rings as well as my DIY Cinnamon Stick Sleigh Ornaments.

I am SO excited to finally be able to share these Printable Christmas Planner Pages for the Kitchen with you! I created them in October and have been waiting all this time to publish them for you to use, and now it’s time!

Planning and Organizing Made Easy

I’m always looking for ways to get organized during the holiday season. One way I do that is to make lists, loads and loads of lists. Grocery lists, to-do lists, menus, shopping lists and recipe planning lists. So I thought, why not make a set of pretty, easy to use printable holiday planning sheets that can be printed out and used every Christmas season. A set of sheets that I can also share with you!

a top down view of a woman's hand writing on some Christmas planning pages sitting on a wooden table. beside the papers is a plate of spritzer cookies and a red mug of tea

Take the time to plan and you will feel less stressed.

I live by this. When I feel like I have a million things to do and everything is swirling around in my head, I feel very stressed. So I rely on using lists to take away the burden of trying to remember everything. That’s why I put together this kit of Christmas planning printables, because the more organized you are, the more time you have to enjoy the holiday season. After all, that’s what it’s all about…being in the moment and soaking in all the magic of Christmas.

a stack of Christmas planner pages sitting next to a plate of spritzer cookies and a red mug of tea

Free and easy to use!

All of these printable sheets are FREE to use! Just print them off and you’re one step closer to being a Christmas planning rockstar!  Here is what is included in this kit:

This Christmas Planner Includes:

  • December Month Calendar: an at-a-glance December calendar. Hang it on your fridge!
  • Holiday To Do List Planner: everything you need to do, in one place
  • Christmas Day Planner (2 designs): all of your Christmas Day to-dos
  • Christmas Day Menu Planner: breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner
  • Christmas Eve Menu Planner: breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner
  • Christmas Grocery List: print this list off and use it to plan all of your grocery shopping
  • Christmas Shopping List: what you need to buy, in one list
  • Christmas Recipe Card (2 designs): save your favourite recipes
  • Cookie Baking List: all the cookies you want to bake this season!
  • Things To Bake: all the goodies and treats to bake
  • Christmas Recipe Reference: a spot to list all the places to find your favourite holiday recipes
  • Holiday Activity List: 24 festive and fun things to do this merry season!
a top down view of Christmas planning pages
a woman sits at a wooden table. she has a pen in her hand and is writing on sheets of paper. in the foreground is a plate of spritzer cookies and a red and white mug of tea

How to use this Christmas Printable Kit:

  • Print the sheets off. You can print them in colour or black and white on to letter sized paper. I set my printer to “Fill Page”
  • Grab a pen, a cup of eggnog and some Christmas cookies, then sit down to a quiet moment of planning.
a plate of spritzer cookies sits on a wooden table next to a red and white mug of tea

I hope that you find these planning sheets helpful! Happy Planning!

a top down view of Christmas planning pages sitting on a wooden table with a pen. beside the papers is a plate of spritzer cookies and a red mug of tea

PIN IT for later!

More Free Christmas Printables!

As I mentioned, today I’m joining some of my talented blogging friends who are also sharing their Free Christmas Printables with us! Be sure to visit their posts by clicking on the links below the images.

Free Printable Christmas Art for Thrifty Holiday Decorating at The Happy Housie

falalalala Three Colorful Holiday Prints at Tatertots and Jello

How to Use Free Christmas Printables as Decor at Grace in My Space

Free Inspiring Christian Christmas Printables to Frame at She Gave it a Go

Free Printable Letter to Santa at Life is a Party

Merry Little Christmas Free Printable at Clean & Scentsible

Free Printable Cozy Cottagecore Christmas Gift Tags at The DIY Mommy

Christmas Deer Watercolor Printable at Place of My Taste

Christmas Planner Pages for the Kitchen at A Pretty Life

Printable Christmas Wreath Gift Tag Stickers at Zevy Joy

Free Printable Advent Calendar at Lemon Thistle

Merry Christmas!

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7 Comments

  • Reply
    Krista
    November 17, 2021 at 8:53 AM

    This is brilliant, Jo-Anna! I made some planners a few years back, but this is so extensive, and pretty! Thanks for sharing:)

    • Reply
      Jo-Anna Rooney
      November 17, 2021 at 10:09 AM

      Thank you Krista! I hope people find it helpful!

  • Reply
    Jenn
    November 17, 2021 at 6:34 PM

    These are SO cute and will be super helpful! Thanks for sharing!

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    carolyn
    November 19, 2021 at 8:47 AM

    Miss Jo-Anna, thank you so much for all you do for your readers! Your posts are always ready for Pintrest with pictures that actually say what was just Pinned! Added bonus, your recipes are the best! Then you made your Christmas help list printable by page! Don’t have to print out the whole thing, just the pages I need. All of your helpful tips are spot on! Seems to me you are really trying to help out your readers. And I surely do thank you! Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas!

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      Jo-Anna Rooney
      November 19, 2021 at 11:35 AM

      Oh thank you so so much for saying this, you made my day! I really do try hard to help my readers. Thank you for always being such a support to me. xo

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    Sarah @ The DIY Mommy
    November 22, 2021 at 12:38 PM

    I love a good planner and yours is so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

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