Friday, November 1, 2013

Holiday Printables

I think FREE is my favorite word in the English language, besides chocolate. We are so lucky have an endless supply of great designers and bloggers willing to share their creativity with us at no cost. With the holidays around the corner (see my Christmas Countdown) and the purse strings getting tighter and tighter, I thought I would offer some great, FREE printables to dress up your festivities!

These things are so much fun and so adorable that if you haven't used them before, now is the time to start. 

One of my favorite sites is The Creative Mama, and her list of 20 Holiday Printables is another reason why! This list includes religious themes, gift tags, letters to Santa, a wish list, an awesome Advent calendar, party invitations and MORE! To get some for yourself, click HERE!

I am super excited for this next batch because I just printed them out and they are eight different kinds of adorable! Tator Tots and Jello offer this festive collection of 22 Free Holiday Printables that includes sayings, gift tags, Hershey Kiss stickers, beautiful quotes, calendars, lunch box jokes, and even themed chore charts! Dress up your holidays with these super-cute print outs! To get these fantastic printable, click HERE!

It is only fair to include some Thanksgiving printables, as we approach that holiday first. THE BETTER MOM has just released a list of over 70 (!) wonderful printables, activities, and even worksheets to outfit the entire family when celebrating Thanksgiving! This list includes coloring pages, games, ebooks, and so much more! This isn't all her wonderful site has to offer but to get these for your Thanksgiving, click HERE! You will be very happy that you did!
(Odd, this looks like my house on Thanksgiving!)

Paisley Petal Events has compiled their own list of tons of holiday printables for you to use. You name it, it is on this list! Some of these beautiful items include Subway Art, wine-glass tags, pennant banners, cupcake toppers, place cards, straw tags, and flags. There is sure to be something on the list to fit your Holiday needs, so click RIGHT HERE to get them today!

I see it only fair to include Hanukkah printables as well. For those of you to celebrate this wonderful holiday, look to Huffington Post to help you out! They have included printables for dreidels, place cards, cupcake toppers, banners, and toothpick flags! Dress up your Hanukkah with this wonderful assortment of holiday decor! To be directed to these goodies, click HERE!

Now, for as thankful as we are to receive gifts from others, it is equally important to give back as much as possible. This year, try to make an effort to donate ANYTHING, be it time, gifts, food, or even clothing. Most shopping centers or stores have bins to donate items that are always in need.
FEEDING AMERICA is always accepting cash donations to be given to those in need and the holidays are when food is needed the most. 
TOYS FOR TOTS also always accepts monetary donations. They also offer the ability to request a gift for a needy child or where to donate your own. This year, my children are in charge of selecting a toy to donate. 
Do some research in your area to see if volunteers are needed or where donation sites are. If is never too early to make a difference!