If you're one of the millions of people who send Christmas cards every year, you probably have a Christmas Card List. You might not know where it is right now, but with a little effort it will turn up somewhere. Perhaps you'll find it in a box of wrapping paper or with last year's left over cards.
My list is written on a piece of scrap paper. It's not very organized and still contains the names of people who have passed away or the old addresses of those who have moved. The time has arrived to re-organized and re-write a new list.
It might seem practical to keep a Christmas Card list on my computer, but when it comes to lists I still like paper. I want to be able to sit down at my desk, sort through the cards I'm sending, look at my list and address my envelopes.
I wanted a fresh clean list, so I turned to the internet in search of a template for a printable Christmas Card List.
The following links led to templates that will help you organize all the basic information: name, address and a place to check off when a card has been sent or received.
Some of theses templates may require some minor adjustments before printing. Start by going the file tab and choose print preview. Depending on your settings, the list may not fill the page. Increase the scale setting until the list fills the page and then print.
Tab browsing is the easiest way to view and open the links below. Simply right click on the link and select "open a new tab.". This will open the web page in a separate tab while keeping this page open. It's a great way to view multiple sites at once.
WTV -Zone Christmas Card List
Celebrating Christmas Card List
Organized Christmas Card List
Organized Home Fillable list
All Things Christmas Card List
Microsoft Excel Christmas Card List