What’s Santa Glamping, you ask? It’s glamour, meets camping, meets Santa’s big night. Pitch a cozy comforter, toss in some Christmas pillows, string some lights and grab some goodies to eat. Fill it with some mischievous kids waiting to catch Santa in the act.
Here's a great way to recycle: repurpose a pine floor joist from a 19th-century house as the perfect swing for your yard. Handmade in Pennsylvania, the tree swing encourages kids and the young at heart to let loose and have a little fun in the outdoors. The seat is finished with natural tung oil, and each side comes with 25 feet of manila rope with a 695-pound tension limit. Expect a lot of squeals and laughter with this in your yard! Available at dotandbo.com
Santa Sacks: Simplify Christmas With A Wonderful Family Tradition
What a cool (and practical!) tradition to start with kids! Santa sacks. I like the idea of leaving old toys for santa to take and fix up and give to other kids. Great way to get kids to give away old toys!