Christmas Letter {2014 Year in Review Printable}

What family traditions do you carry on each year? Is it picking out an ornament for each child? Going to a live nativity? Making holiday goodies? 

We like to do all of those I just mentioned, but one of my favorite traditions is writing up a Christmas letter each year. It’s a keepsake I love taking out when the holiday season approaches, adding to, and reading through all the past letters each and every year. 

The past 2 years I have used printables from a lovely blog called Stonegable. This year I decided to borrow her layout and create my own. 

Christmas Letter 2014

I decided to go with a white background so it’ll use less ink and/or I can print them out on some nice stationary like this. In our letters, I like to discuss our children, put in a blurb about my husband and I, what the top 5 events of the year were and what we are looking forward to next year. 

Year in Review 2014 Printable

How to use this printable?

There are a couple of ways to use this printable. You can print it out and write on it or once you download it, go to PicMonkey, upload it and use their free editing tools. You can use each of the spaces to meet your needs and what you want to discuss in each section. Then print it out and share it with your loved ones. Here’s a great tutorial on how to use PicMonkey’s editing tools. 

**note: for PicMonkey you need to download the image below. 

———>Download the 2014 Year in Review Pdf Here or Image Here<———-

What is your favorite family tradition? Do you write Christmas letters?

About Rachel

Rachel is a mother to four children and a wife to a wellness doctor. Her passions are faith, family, and health. You can find her writing about her family adventures and inspiring you to make healthier choices for your family.

Comments

  1. What a cool way to write a X-mas letter. Wow, you’ve had an amazing year!!

  2. Carol Meyer says:

    Love it

  3. This is adorable! Great way to do an xmas letter!.

  4. Lovely. Thanks for sharing. Our holiday traditions – making holiday treats {usually homemade fudge, homemade marshmallows and baking cookies}, decorating the Christmas tree, making some sort of festive craft {this year we made ornaments out of pinecones, mod podge and epsom salt so they look like they have been snowed on}, and usually we decorate a gingerbread house.

  5. Barbara Gulino (@spirited_cook) says:

    very cool! too bad I already ordered my cards! This looks great!

  6. What a lovely idea!

  7. wow! Love these. Adorable!

  8. Love all your hard work and especially the peek at your family life and perspective on life, very encouraging and easy to relate to.

  9. I love getting these type of cards in the mail. Thanks for making the printable.

  10. What a cute template! Thanks for sharing.

  11. I love this! If we send out Christmas cards this year, I’ll have to use this.

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