Every Thanksgiving my family and I head to St. Louis to visit one side of the family. The next day my mom, grandma, and myself venture deep into the morning hours hoping to snatch up a good deal. And when I say ‘morning’ I actually mean 7-8. Not 2 or 4 am. No. Thank. You. When I’m on break, I like to sleep in. I cherish my sleep when I can get it since school tries its best to prevent any form of sleep. Haha.
But this year we decided to stay home and spend Thanksgiving with the other side of the family who live nearby. Which means two things. No 5 hour drive and no getting up early to shop! Wahoo! Now you’re probably thinking, “Wow, she really must hate shopping.” Yes, I know this is what it sounds like. But in fact, I love shopping. I just really don’t like the long lines and early hours of Black Friday. Haha. Maybe we will hit up some stores in the afternoon…maybe.
So instead of joining in on the stampedes of Black Friday, I made a printable holiday shopping list for all of you! Print off as many as you like, depending on how many you have to shop for. Just click on the image below to download & print!
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I didn’t shop Black Friday but the printable list is really cute! :)
Elle Sees says
ive not bought a thing for my fam, but i got lots of presents for myself. what? i was Very Good this year! ;)
Laura Darling says
I think the whole middle of the night shopping is a bit ridiculous too!
Niina - It seems pretty obvious. says
What a lovely idea :) Thanks for sharing it!
Courtney Ash says
One this is an adorable idea! And two those boots you’ve been looking for everywhere, well my google stalking skills should pretty much be called stalking skills because I found them…their made by a company called Superdry! Just figured i’d share my findings :) xoxo
Kristen @ Confessions of a GDS says
That is so so cute! Very helpful… so much better than scratching it down on a spare piece of paper! lol