Fun for the Kids on Christmas Eve - Grinch Punch with Sprite and Lime sherbet and Green Sprinkles/sugar rim. this would be fun the night we watch the movie /or read the book!
Reindeer water bottles and popcorn bags...would be cute for the Holiday party at school!
DIY advent calendar except I'll use mini stockings from dollar store and use puff paint for #'s and put a treat/cheap toy inside each one. Use clothespins to hold them up on twine calendari dadvent, clothespin, christma calendar, calendari advent, advent calendars, christmas paper, calendario de, mini, printable calendars
Hanging Paper Advent Stocking Calendar
Could be my most favorite pin EVER!!!Santa's key for Jesus- Dear Santa, This magic key works just for you, Please open the door and come on through. Thank you for coming to our house tonight. We are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Thank you Santa for the gifts you bring. Thank you Lord for everything. key work, magic key, the doors, birth, dear santa, santa key, jesus christ, hous tonight, christma
Could be my most favorite pin EVER!!!Santa's key for Jesus- Dear Santa, This magic key works just for you, Please open the door and come on through. Thank you for coming to our house tonight. We are celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Thank you Santa for the gifts you bring. Thank you Lord for everything.
Donut snowman. Made these with my daughter's 2nd grade class for their Winter party. A HUGE hit! EASY to do and the kids LOVED them. I didn't use the skewers, just laid the donuts out on a paper plate. holiday, winter parties, christmas parties, stick, christmas morning, christmas snowman, donut snowmen, treat, kid
Snowman-cute neighbor gifts!
400 awesome craft ideas to do with your kids this Christmas!
Photo Ornament with Wish List on back each year to look back on - love it! Christmas present for classroom kids? Modge podge a picture on front, possibly a wish list on back or their name, year, how old, and one item on their wish list. christmas presents for kids, photo christmas ornaments, holiday, grandparent gifts, craft, classroom christmas ornaments, christmas ornaments for kids, photo ornaments, christmas gifts
Photo Christmas List Ornament Tutorial
Photo Ornament with Wish List on back - love it!
elf hat napkin folding...fold square napkin in half with the edges away from you. Keeping your finger at the midpoint of the fold, roll the open edges into a cone shape, using your finger to keep the point crisp. Then fold up the "brim" just like you would fold up a shirtsleeve. Add a bell or ball to the tip; attach it using a wire to slip down through the center of the cone. table settings, christmas dinners, holiday, christmas elf, christmas tables, napkin folding, elf hat, hat napkin, parti
Candy Cane Centerpiece
Christmas Centerpiece by Romantic Home on Flickr.
Original pinner says: "Each year our kids choose ten old toys to put in their Santa bags. These must be toys in decent shape that other kids would actually want. We leave the bags under our tree until we can drop them at Goodwill or a service center. After we give the old toys away, we go inside the store and each child gets to pick one 'new' toy to take home. Great way to de-clutter, recycle old toys, and teach the kids about giving rather than receiving." christma eve, tree, santa bag, toy, family gifts, leav, christmas eve, north pole, kid
Original pinner says "Every year our kids must put 10 unwanted toys in their Santa bags. We put the filled bags under the tree on Christmas Eve. The idea is that Santa takes the old toys back to the North Pole to fix them up and evenutally give to other kids. Santa leaves new toys in the bag for Christmas morning. New toys are unwrapped and only the "family gifts" under the tree are wrapped. No wasting of wrapping paper and it's so fun to see the kids' instant reaction as they pull the toys out of the bags one at a time. On Christmas Eve, I toss the old toys in a black trash bag and hide them until I'm able to get them to Goodwill or a service center. This is such a great way to declutter, recycle old toys, and teach the kids about giving."
Christmas Coal Candy (brilliant) from Heather at sprinklebakes.com