I hope you are nearly there with your present buying and Christmas preparations!
One thing that I always overlook, or don’t really think about until the last minute, is laying and decorating the table for Christmas dinner. If you’re like me you’ll probably rummage through the drawers to find every mis-matching table mat available, then cover the table with candles and maybe some spare foliage or baubles. This year I am a little bit more organised and decided to make some place cards. I designed them digitally in two different designs, so they just need printing off and cutting out. As it’s Christmas I thought I would share them with you.
Download your free pdf here and get printing. Please note the pdf contains two pages, one for each design: Christmas place cards free printable
And here’s what they look like – sounds like a cool party huh?
PDF page one:
PDF page two:
What happens in your house on Christmas day? Does dad fall asleep in front of the telly? Are pigs in blankets on the dinner table? And does someone always get socks for Christmas?
If this sounds like your Christmas gathering you might like to buy our Christmas Bingo printable, just £1.50 for 12 bingo cards, plus blank versions to give you the option to fill them in with all the Christmas bingo shout-outs unique to your friends and family on the big day!
To order head over to our Etsy shop, I will email you the PDF to print and if you order by 5pm on Sunday 23 December (UK time), I’ll email them to you on Christmas Eve – just in time for the fun to begin.
To help you (and me!) get organised this Christmas I’ve put together a free Christmas gift planner printable. Perfect for sorting out who is getting what and from where. Help yourself to the free PDF download and print out to your hearts content! Simply click on the link: Christmas gift planner to download your copy. Pin it up, or file it away if you need to keep things secret, and tick the gifts off as you go.