Clay Pot Nutcrackers
Christmas Front Porch at The Happy Scraps and The Wood Connection
Can't wait to go on this scavenger hunt with my fam!
This is an even better Christmas lights scavenger hunt. We had tried a popular one on Pinterest, but did this on Night 2. We had a prize for the winner, and figured out if you called it first when it was spotted you checked it off your list. We had so much fun! The prize was a yummy jar of Christmas trail mix. holiday, craft, light scaveng, scaveng hunt, scavenger hunts, christmas lights, christma light, scavenger hunt trail, kid
diy ornaments. Styrofoam covered in glitter. Much less expensive than the big ornaments at the store! GENIUS.
Looking for a way to save your wedding bouquet? Make a Christmas ornament! This is a great idea for those of you who don’t want to save the entire bouquet. Gather a few petals from your bouquet, a cork from the wine served at your wedding, and top it off with a gorgeous colored ribbon! You can even write the date of your wedding on the glass ornament. wines, idea, wine corks, wedding bouquets, weddings, first christmas, flowers, glass ornaments, christmas ornaments
petals from your bouquet, a cork from the wine...and you can write the date on the ornament
Great idea to reuse your graduation tassels: turn them in to Christmas ornaments
Christmas Eve Box - Include: New pajamas, a Christmas movie, popcorn, mugs, hot chocolate, marshmallows, and a Christmas book. This could definitely turn into a tradition.
Spray paint bouncy balls with silver or mirror spray paint and put ribbon on top! LOVE THIS!!!! So cute!!!
Wrap up twenty-five children's books and put them under the tree with a special blanket next to them. Before bed each evening, your kids choose one book to open and read together until Christmas. Love it! This is better than an advent calendar!! holiday, special blanket, kid books, christma children, tree, kid choos, bed, advent calendars, children books
Wrap up twenty-five children's books and put them under the tree with a special blanket next to them. Before bed each evening, your kids choose one book to open and read together until Christmas. Love it!
This is exactly how my parents explained Santa - and it made perfect sense as a kid. There was no let down or crying, just excitement that now that I knew, I got to help participate in the magic of Christmas for my little brothers and other families! I plan on doing the exact same for my boys when they get older. explain santa, famili, for the future, santa letter, children, thought, parent, no santa christmas, kid
Great way to explain Santa...
Christmas! Chocolate cupcakes with peppermint cream cheese frosting
Strings of mini-lights attached to a rod behind sheer fabric. Beautiful!
gingerbread dice game-- first to get all the numbers wins, cute for Family Christmas get togethers with the cousins!
Christmas tree relay game: Each team was given a roll of green crepe paper and ornaments. They had to decorate one person from their team to look like a Christmas tree. #kidmin
Christmas fun list - not all of these will work with a two year old, but a few would make for some nice wintertime Friday nights.
Santa chair hats