Hanukkah Gift Guide Tracker
Project by Ilysse Ratner @planwithilysse
Gift giving is one of my favorite parts of Hanukkah, and it doesn't have to be stressful! I made this page in my planner using the Value Pack Stickers Fun Alphabet, Color Your Own, Year To Shine, and Hustle & Heart to organize my gift list for friends and family. It's also a great way to keep track of online orders, and knowing if items have been shipped, delivered, and wrapped for loved ones.
What you'll need:
- Decorative napkins, scrapbook paper, or any fun decorative stickers
- Alphabet Stickers (Shown here: Fun Alphabet and Color Your Own, and Crayola Super Tips markers to color in the letters)
- Box stickers that match your page (Shown here: Hustle & Heart)
- Happy Notes® notebook paper
I customized this blank sheet of Happy Notes® by using pieces of Hanukkah napkins (scrapbook paper also works great) and adding gold and white polka dot washi from The Happy Planner. The Value Pack Stickers - Fun Alphabet has amazing letters to dress up the page! I also colored in letter stickers from the new Value Pack Stickers - Color Your Own to match the page. Finally, I used boxes from the new Value Pack Sticker Book - Hustle and Heart and layered them so each member of my family had their own box where I can track gifts.
With this Hanukkah gift guide tracker, I will be able to enjoy the eight nights of Hanukkah with my family!
8 Nights of Planning
DIY by Natasha Goldstein @natashasplans
Hanukkah has always been one of my favorite holidays, and now that I have young children, it makes it that much more special! I love using my Happy Planner to plan for holidays, so Hanukkah is no exception. I will be using my planner this week to plan holiday meals, gifts for the kids for each night, and other festivities. One of my favorite holiday traditions is teaching my children about the importance of giving back to the community. In Judaism, we call this tzedakah, and it is a very important mitzvah (or commandment). On one of the nights of Hanukkah, we will all take part in the giving of a gift, rather than receiving.
How CUTE is this Hanukkah printable by The Happy Planner?! I printed the illustrations page on clear sticker paper to use in my weekly spread. I’ll be using the gratitude page to document Hanukkah memories that I’m grateful for each night, and of course, I had to write my favorite latke recipe on the other page! If you choose to download this printable for your holiday planning, and share on social media, please use the hashtag #hanukkahplanning so we don’t miss your beautiful posts!
To those celebrating, chag sameach!
Find The Happy Planner Printable Natasha used here!