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March Holiday Checklist


Ongoing Christmas newsletter: Make notes of events that occurred in February.
Photo calendar: Plan March pictures you need to take for photo calendar. Develop or upload February photos.
Buy 1/10 of budgeted Christmas gifts or place money in savings.
Update Gift Chest list with new items you have purchased.
Home-made gifts: Refer to calendar for Christmas projects you should be working on now.
Christmas budget: Up-date budget.

Plan holiday food:
Locate recipes you would like to use for food gifts, Christmas meals, Christmas entertaining, Christmas baking, and cookie swaps.
– Make a list of needed supplies and mark non-perishables items.
_ Estimate when you will begin baking or making food gifts. Mark on a calendar with a pencil.

Home-made decorations
Decide on decorations you would like to make for Christmas. (tree ornaments, centerpieces, evergreen wreaths, cranberry garlands, etc.)
-Create a project page for each decoration.
-Mark needed supplies on the Master Shopping list
-Estimated time needed to complete. Mark start and end dates on the calendar.

Buy green after St. Patrick’s Day. Purchase green linens, fabric, foil wrap, etc. at after-holiday sales.

Purchase gifts and cards for April
Finish St. Patrick’s Day plans
Start planning May parties
Review budget. Plan a gift list. – If making homemade gifts, create a project page.

Mother’s Day

Plan menu for Mother’s Day.
– Gather recipes and make a master shopping list
– Mark non-perishable items


Continue following to Easter checklist.


Begin planning after parties.
Make a budget for the event.
Make a list of needed gifts, cards and gift wrap. Add to shopping list.

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