This post has a huge collection of free Christmas printables, stocking stuffer ideas, DIY crafts, and holiday organization ideas.
The Christmas season is upon us!
A couple of months ago, I made a catalog of all of my printables on the blog…that post has been so popular that I thought making one for all of my holiday posts would be a great idea to lead into the holiday season. I've written a lot about the holidays over the years – from gift guides, to recipes, to printables, there's a lot of fun content to sort through! To make it easier, I've got it all divided by topic on this post.
Click the links below to jump to each section.
My stocking stuffer series continues to be the most popular holiday content on Lamberts Lately. Out of curiosity, I just checked the stats on these posts; as of this publish date, we're very close to a million views on these posts over the years (and should cross that this holiday season). I love putting them together each year – they're a mix of practical and fun small gifts for everyone in your life.
For the past couple of years, I've done a Christmas cookie series, and have really loved putting it together. These are cookies that are perfect to make for the holidays; most have holiday favorite flavors and are great to make with kids (as a matter of fact, my daughter helped me with a lot of these recipes!).
I've loved sharing my family's favorite holiday recipes over the years. This is a collection of recipes that we make every year; they are my tried-and-true family favorites!
I absolutely love both the holidays and organization; it's only natural that I would combine my love of the two in free printables that help you make a merry (and stylish) Christmas!
Over the years, I've shared a few easy DIYs that have made our holidays a little brighter. I still use these to this day!
Just because these posts don't fit in a particular category doesn't mean you should count them out. Some of these posts continue to be among my most popular holiday content.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, everyone! You can see my full collection of holiday posts (including past years' decor and Christmas cards) by clicking here.