Tired of Christmas rolling around and not having enough money to shop and give gifts? Stressed out in the following new year because you charged your credit cards up to make Christmas happen? Ready to take control of your Christmas this year without going into debt? This Printable Christmas Savings Challenge will transform your Christmas from stressed to blessed.
This Christmas Fund Savings Challenge is a fun and easy way to save money for the Christmas! After all, it’s the time of giving and blessing, but you have to give and bless with wisdom! The goal is to bless without the stress and keep Christmas Christ-Centered!
You can still buy all the fun things, be a blessing – AND after it’s all said and done and the tree is packed away in the attic, you are still debt free or at least not paying for last year’s Christmas for years to come.
This cute Christmas savings tracker will help you keep track of your progress, as you save $1,500! Saving money can be tough, but you can make it super fun, and involve the whole family with this Christmas savings printable. Put it on your refrigerator to get the whole family excited and involved!
This challenge is perfect because it gives reasonable amounts and allows you to gradually accomplish a nice holiday stash of cash without driving yourself into debt.
The Christmas Money Saving Challenge Printable is a savings tracker that will help you save $1,500! This tracker can be used to save money for Christmas or can be used to save money through the throughout the holiday season.
Use this Holiday Money Savings Challenge tracker to save for those unexpected expenses and to avoid debt overwhelm throughout the holiday/winter season.
This $1,500 Savings Challenge Printable can serve you for so many purposes like paying off debt, setting it aside for Christmas, increasing your emergency fund, and so much more.
Christmas Money Savings Challenge includes 10 printable PDF pages:
• (1) Blank Christmas Savings Challenge Tracker Chart! (write in your own amounts to save)
• (1) $1,500 Christmas Savings Challenge Tracker Chart
• (4) Christmas Themed Printable Envelope to save your cash in.
• (4) Christmas Themed Printable Cash Envelope Registers.
• Instruction PDF
How to use the Printable Money Savings Challenge:
Print on cardstock paper, cut along outside edge, fold each dotted line starting with the bottom then sides and top. Use packing tape to hold sides in place.
Print on standard paper for a more flexible tracker, or cardstock to make them sturdy. Color in an ornament of the amount you place in the envelope.
Use this to keep track of money going in the envelope. Print on standard paper for a more flexible slip, or cardstock to make them sturdy. Cut along the outside lines. Optional: Laminate and use a thin tip marker to write and use rubbing alcohol to erase.
Printable Money Savings Challenge Instructions:
Every time you put money in the envelope color in an ornament that has that amount on it. You can do this weekly, bi-weekly, daily it’s totally up to your budget. Repeat until you reach the $1,500 goal.
Use the blank copy to add your own amount on each ornament to reach your chosen goal according to your personal budget.
Savings Tracker visuals help keep you motivated while you save towards your goals. Celebrate your success and perseverance at the end of your savings journey!
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Forest Rose is a God Loving, Blessed Wife, & Relaxed, Eclectic Homeschooling Mama to 3 girls – 11, 13, & 15 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She’s passionate about lifting moms out of the homeschooling trenches that are discouraged, overwhelmed or feeling alone or isolated. Her hope is to point them to Christ and equip them to rise up with a new found hope and joy within, that He alone can provide. Besides blogging, she also loves hanging out at her exclusive Facebook Group “Homeschooling 101 Community” that she started to help new homeschoolers thrive.