October 20, 2017

Printable Homemade Coupon Book


The BEST KIND of PRESENT! The personalized gift that keeps on giving!! FREE customizable Homemade Coupon book.

Don’t miss out on another meaningful family tradition – enjoy our family’s Dinner Questions. Print my free Conversations Starter questions (over 220), and give the gift of shared family time.

It’s that time of the year when we are driven to purchase more “stuff.” Stuff that will soon be forgotten, and quite frankly, stuff that our family members do not really need.

Often, it’s the simple homemade gifts that truly give meaning to the season, and what better choice than to offer a gift that keeps on giving well into the new year.

Considering that Quality Time Together and Acts of Service are my two top “love languages,” it’s a joy to offer you a free, printable, and customizable Christmas Coupon book. If you are viewing this before another holiday, just make your own hand made Cover and personalize your own coupons to fit.

It’s filled with homemade coupons, but the most unique feature is that you have the option to add in your own personalized homemade coupons. When you reach the end of the file, type in those coupon book ideas that your loved one will most enjoy, and save the file. You know your chosen recipient best, so have fun and be creative with your own coupon ideas.

You will see that I fashioned this homemade coupon book with my dream coupons (yes, I’ve procrastinating on the baseboards), but depending on who you give it to – grandparents, dad, neighbor etc, the ideas will vary.

It’s so easy to put together, and I know both children and adults alike will enjoy presenting this special gift. The work is done for you. Just open up my Free, Homemade Christmas Coupon Book, type in your own coupons at the end, print this coupon book onto card stock, hole punch the corners, and secure it with a decorative ribbon.

Voila! You are finished. Enjoy!

P.S. Of course, I would really enjoy receiving this, so can someone let my teen boys know of the wonderfully free gift giving option they have at their disposal, and make sure they personalize one to say, “This coupon good for one coupon book worth of chores done with an attitude of gratitude, without any complaining or excuses that they’re too busy. ;)”

P.P.S If you feel led to share this with friends, please send them directly to this Homemade Coupon Book post, rather than forwarding or linking to the PDF file. This material is copyrighted.

I’ve also put together a free Conversation Starters printable as a special gift for you. Start this new family tradition today.


  1. THANK YOU for sharing the coupon book! I LOVE it! I always think of the quote, “Kids spell l-o-v-e…t-i-m-e. I think that applies to others as well. The gifts given via these coupons are some of the best gifts of all!


  2. I love coupon book gifts. I gave my eldest daughter one one year for her birthday, where I filled in all different sorts of things she could redeem: Get out of doing the dishes, a trip to Starbucks for hot cocoa, etc. Very cool printable, Jen!


  3. Thank you! I”ve been looking for some that were done that I could change up. I wanted to make them into lottery tickets. Found a cute tutorial to make scratchies.


  4. I can’t get the first page to print for some reason…but the other pages printed great. LOVE this as a gift idea 🙂


    Jen Reply:

    the first page wouldn’t print? The one that says Christmas Coupon Book? Can you try again? That’s so odd. Since it’s a PDF file, they should all print the same, but I want to fix it if it’s on my end.


  5. Is there any way to customize all the coupons? Some do not apply to the person that I will be giving it to. Or can I only type different things onto the last page 5 several times and just print that page? I dont really get it. Great Idea, thanks for your help.


    Jen Reply:

    You can’t customize all the coupons. The ones with the pictures are set.
    If some don’t apply, then you don’t need to print them. You are right. AT the very end of the file, you’ll see the blank ones where you can type in your own wording


  6. Deborah Jennings says:

    Thank you so much for this! My MIL doesn’t drive anymore and rarely cooks unless it is a TV dinner. These will be great for her! I love this idea!

    Deborah Jennings


  7. Thank you for these! My SIL put “maid” on her wish list and I am thrilled to be able to offer my services in such a stylish manner! 🙂


  8. This came in really handy on Christmas Eve!
    Dad’s make use of your homemade coupons too!


  9. THANK YOU for sharing the coupon book!


  10. Dona Eva says:

    Thanks, I didn’t use the ready ones but I customized my own and took screenshots (It’s easier)!
    Thanks alot!! 🙂


  11. God bless you! Thank you so much for this wonderful coupon book. You just made my day 🙂


  12. I would love to be able to print your coupon book. Thank you so much for your help


    Jen Reply:

    At the very bottom of the post, look for the words that are bolded/highlighted. When you click on that, it opens up the printable PDF.



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