2. Holiday Planner – Print your very own Holiday Planner. I found this awesome and free holiday planning kit from The House on Hillbrook, see < here>. I love it! I have printed it and is now in my binder.
4. Decorate – Time to get your house looking festive and jolly. Have your kids help out to create memorable moments together.
7. Create a Gift Wrapping Station – Make sure you have all wrapping paper, boxes, ribbons and cards in a gift wrapping station or basket for easy access. Set out on a table or desk and you can have available all month long.
10. Buy your Christmas Tree. Three weeks before Christmas is a great time to purchase your live tree for it to stay fresh and retain its needles in time for Christmas. This also goes for fresh wreaths and garlands. If you don’t buy live trees, then you may have your artificial tree in storage. Now is the perfect time to take it out and decorate it.
11. Set Table and Buy Fresh Flowers – On Christmas Eve is a perfect time to set the table and have fresh flowers in your home. Throughout the months, I go to Kroger and check out their fresh flowers section. Sometimes they have a pail full of clearance flower bunches for $3. I always purchase these when they mark them down.