Handmade Gift Planning in Your Bullet Journal

Handmade Gift Planning in Your Bullet Journal

There are something like 42 days left to Christmas Day, and if that made you panic a bit when you think about your handmade gift giving, I want to show you how I stay on top of that. A few years ago I came up with a worksheet to help me brainstorm, and get started on making handmade gifts.

It’s a pretty simple layout that has space for jotting down the gift idea for each recipient, plus quickly accessing what supplies are needed, and whether you have them on hand or need to buy. I draw this out in my Crafter’s Bullet Journal to get ready for handmade gift giving.

If you don’t want to spend time drawing this out, I’ve made an update to my printable handmade gift planner for 2017! If you’re a crafty person who loves giving handmade gifts, this printable handmade gift planner will help you quickly plan your handmade gift list.

There’s space to quickly jot down the details you need, including what supplies you already have on hand, and those you might need to purchase.

The updated handmade gift planner is a great way to make sure you’ll get your handmade gifts completed on time this year.

If I need to do more detailed planning I use this layout along with the brainstorming sheet.


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