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Christmas Binder Printables & Shutterfly Giveaway!



You guys. Ya’ll. Friends. People of all ages.

As I write this … Christmas is 72 days away. And I have zero Christmas gifts. Zero Christmas plans.

Basically my head is up my Christmas-loving butt.

So the past two weeks I have been working to assemble a Christmas binder specifically geared towards our family. But I thought, “hmm … Maybe I should make Printables and share on the blog. People freakin’ LOVE printables.” This Christmas Binder is designed in the same theme/fonts as the printables I created for our Family Binder, which I swear, once I hammer out a few flaws I will share them with you, too!

And I know, I know. You may not want to think about Christmas right now, but the reality is we’re getting there quickly. And if you’re like me you could always use a better way to organize this busy season. And a way to keep that spending in line.

Because it is only 72 days until Christmas (71 shopping days!) it is important that I share these printables today so that you have time to assemble your binder and maybe kickstart your organizing for the season! Unless of course you organize nothing. In which case you give me anxiety. Pretty much you give all of my sisters and me anxiety. You need an intervention.

Oh and I guess I should mention the Giveaway. Which we all know is the only reason you’re here …

I’m giving away …



Do you love Shutterfly? I do. In fact I use them to print all of my pictures, holiday cards, photo gift, and announcements. I’ve never been disappointed. There was even a point where Shutterfly made a mistake, caught it before I did, and refunded my money immediately. Great customer service? They get my business. Hands down.

The winner will receive a $25 gift card to Shutterfly to use on prints, holiday cards, photo gifts, anything their heart desires! To top it off I will hand assemble a festive little 5 x 8 Christmas Binder just for you! Small enough you can chuck it in your purse as you set out to tackle your Christmas shopping. Small enough that you can hide it in your bedside table away from prying eyes! (Which by the way, Mom, horrible hiding place. Always found my Christmas list there with the items that you purchased crossed off. Cats outta the bag.)

How to Enter:
At the end of the post you will enter via Rafflecopter! Make sure you follow all the steps for the best chances to win!

Unfortunately, there can only be one winner. So if you come back on the 21st and realize that you aren’t the winner … Here’s what you need to assemble your VERY OWN Christmas Binder.

1) A 5 x 8 binder like this one! (You can also print these off as 8×11 for a large binder!)
2) 5 x 8 page protectors like these! (You can also print these off as 8×11 for a larger binder!)

I didn’t want to assemble all of these into one PDF – because maybe you want to pick and choose what goes in your binder! Download them all, choose a few, your choice!



Beautiful Pages for the Front & Edge of your Binder!

Simple Front (Minimal ink usage): BINDERFRONTPAGE

Fancy Front (Maximum Ink Usage): christmasbindercolor


Title Pages to Separate Your Sections!


Christmas Lists: LISTSMAIN




25 Days of Christmas: 25DAYSMAIN (Remember Danielle’s Post on her 25 Days of Christmas tradition? You should check it out and add it to your binder and Christmas traditions!)

Pages to Help You Keep Track!

2 Pages for Your Card List: CARDS1 CARDS2

2 Pages for Your Address List: ADDRESSES1 ADDRESSES2

Activities List: ACTIVITIES


25 Days of Christmas List: 25DAYS

Choose which you want, which you don’t, and print them off! (Can be printed to 5 x 8 or 8 x 11 – I prefer 5 x 8 so that it can easily fit into my bag!)

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask!

In the meantime … ENTER THE GIVEAWAY & SHARE!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Merry Christmas! I mean …

Happy Monday,


*This giveaway is not sponsored or in affiliation with Shutterfly or any of its affiliates. I am not being compensated for my opinions or this giveaway. They pretty much have no clue who I am. This giveaway is run and sponsored by The Domestic Four only. ‘Cause we love ya.

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20 thoughts on “Christmas Binder Printables & Shutterfly Giveaway!”

  • One tradition is I always buy my girls, ages, 17 and 12, new nighties for Christmas Eve. I have done this every year and they always look forward to opening that gift! LOVE this binder idea to help get organized!!

  • My favorite Christmas memory was last Christmas, getting to spend it with my 9 day old baby who wasn’t even supposed to be born until after Christmas! We are starting the pjs tradition this year too, maybe with a movie or book as well 🙂

  • Setting a budget is a brilliant idea. I need to get over the idea that its not about the amount of money spent but the thought that went into the gift.

  • My favorite Christmas memory *besides every new year spent with my children) is one of my grandparents house when all of my family came. We ate, watched “A Christmas Story” and celebrated all we had. This Christmas was more memorable than the rest but for no apparent reason other than the love that filled our table.

  • Some of my favorite Christmas memories are of staying at my grandparents house with all my aunts, uncles and cousins. Or like we do now since there are more than 30 of us~ we all stay in a big cabin! I will always cherish the memories of games (even the ones that got pretty competitive, like Dutch Blitz!!), puzzles, devotions and soo soo much food shared with these special people!

  • My favorite Christmas memory as a kid was sleeping downstairs next to the Christmas tree every Christmas Eve with my brother and sister. Now I do it with my own kids every Christmas Eve. So much fun sleeping under those pretty lights all night! 🙂

  • Favorite Christmas memory: being together with family and having the best tradition of chowing down on seafood for our Christmas meal 🙂

  • My favorite Xmas memory: Watching my 2 year old son open his presents last year. All the expressions on his face was priceless. Can’t wait for this year to hear what he will say since he is talking quite a bit now.

  • my favorite christmas memory is the first christmas we’ve got to spend with my adorable baby niece who was two weeks old at the time 🙂

  • Spending Christmas eve at my Nana and Pop Pops house. We’d cram all the aunts, uncles, and cousins into their tiny house 🙂


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