Looking for a fun way to count down all of the Christmas activities you’ve completed? Download this free Santa’s Checklist!
I might have mentioned it a time or two (or 200) that I have a thing with lists. My sister and I flat out blame my parents… My dad being very detail oriented had a list he printed out for every chore that was delegated to us. I especially remember the list beside the washing machine with every. little. step. written out.
Now that I’m an adult I have lists upon lists upon lists. There’s a marker board in my office that I keep a list of all of my active projects and where I’m at on them. I keep a list in a binder of all of my ideas of projects. But in all honesty, that’s more like 30 lists because I have them all broken down by type of project like soaping, crochet, and ideas for free SVG files. And then like for the SVG file list, it’s broken down by page into multiple lists by theme or holiday. Not only do I have lists, but I’ve got a crazy ton of dividers! With Christmastime being my busiest time of the year both professionally and personally my lists help me stay sane.
And just the other day I was thinking how little girl me would just LOVE a fun list. Not how to properly load the dishwasher, but for something awesome like all of the cool Christmas activities there are to try and accomplish. Like creating a Christmas craft, donating old toys, decorating a gingerbread house, looking and Christmas lights and 22 others. And this isn’t just any old Christmas checklist… this list has CLOUT because it’s from THE Santa Claus, himself. It’s Santa’s Christmas checklist and it’s totally free to download and print yourself.
Download Your Free Printable Santa’s Checklist
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