Thank-You Note Tracker

Stay organized this holiday season with our free printable Thank-You Note Tracker. Write down all gifts in one place so you can write thank-you notes later.

With all the holiday gift giving this year, it’s a great idea to keep track of all of  your family gifts that they received and who they were from. Often times the holiday season is so busy that it takes a few weeks before we can sit down, or have our kids sit down, to write thank-you notes. AND, if it’s been a few weeks, it possible we would forget who gave what gift.

If you take just a few minutes to write down all of the gifts received right after the gift exchange, you’ll be thankful  when you have time a few weeks down the road  to write your thank-you notes. When that time comes, simply pull out your “Thank-You Note Tracker” and write away!

You can grab the download from the link at the bottom of the page.

Stay organized this holiday season with our free printable Thank-You Note Tracker. Write down all gifts in one place so you can write thank-you notes later.Thank You Note Tracker

 


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  1. This is great! I do mine a little bit differently (but not as pretty!). I created a spreadsheet in Excel. The list of people that we would send a greeting card and/or gift is on the left (Row headings). The first 2 columns are marked “Card sent” and “Card received.” I put an X in the cell if we sent a card to that person, or received a card from that person. I am also silly enough to color code the cells to distinguish Photo cards, because we only send those to close friends and family (mostly due to the expense), while associates and co-workers get a boxed greeting card. If we receive cards from people that we did not have on our list, it is easy to add them to the bottom.

    The next 5 columns are for “Gifts Received” and the names of the family members who live in our home make up the next 5 column headings. If we received a gift from that person, I record it in the appropriate cell. When the thank you card is sent, I shade the cell light grey.

    The final columns are for “Gifts Given” and I record the appropriate information in the cell. I usually put a value on the gifts we give in the hopes that the next year I will be able to plan and budget for gift giving.

    I print a copy of this list and put it with any leftover boxed greeting cards so that I don’t accidentally send anyone the same card 2 years in a row.