Gift List – Free to Download & Print!
A printable! A Gift List Printable! Who doesn’t love printable? Today is day 2 of the 12 Days of Blogmas, so thank you for stopping by again! If you didn’t get a chance to check out my holiday bucket list, please do. If you are like me you probably have a bunch of notes all over the place with holiday ideas for different family members. I decided that I wanted to keep everything in one place so I set up a little binder that contains a binder envelope (like this one from *** Amazon) that I can put all my receipts in. I was tired of little pieces of paper thrown in there too so I created a very simple gift list printable. I print one off per kid, then I have one that I print off for the rest of my gift list recipients. I will write the kids name in the first box and then list each item, budget amount and actual price I purchased it for. I also put a check mark or x in the box when it’s been bought. I won’t use the shipped box but I’ll use that for little notes if needed like where I purchased it so if anything needs to be returned I’ll know what store to find it at and what receipt to look for. For my other recipients I will use all the boxes and plan accordingly. Again, it’s a very simple form but one that I use every year and it can even be used for a yearly list for birthday gifts, shower gifts, or any other gift giving purpose.
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