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Getting Ready for Christmas

Hi everyone it's Danie here today!  Can you believe it's less than eight week's until Christmas!  For my family the past few weeks have been so busy that I thought it best to start thinking about Christmas and making some To Do Lists.  So in order to do so I made this quick and easy Christmas Planner using one of the Vintage Santa Images from the - 1111D - Santa Santa Santa Collage Sheet  you'll find at Altered Pages and some bits and pieces in my stash.



Inside I've added some paper from an old note pad which I have cut to size and stamped with a Christmas Sentiment for my list making and it also has a pocket so that I can keep my postage stamps, spare gift tags and the like on hand.



My lists once complete will need to be visible so I also made a quick Moo Card Fridge Magnet with a smaller image from the same Collage Sheet to keep them on the Fridge and I will use some of the other images a bit later to make some gift tags and greeting cards too.

I hope you all have a great weekend!

Danie xx

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  1. What a great idea, Danie. I love your Christmas planner and fridge magnet. What a clever idea, and so cute as well.

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  2. Danie, I adore this project. So beautiful and colorful.

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