This fingerprint Christmas light craft – a dishwasher-safe plate has been inspired by one of our most popular posts our Fingerprint Christmas Tree Ornament and a plate for Father Christmas that I painted for the boys’ first Christmas in our home. That plate has survived being in the dishwasher over the years as have our Reindeer Fingerprint Mugs so I wanted to make another Christmas keepsake that the whole family can get involved in.
The twinkling glow of Christmas lights can transform any space into a winter wonderland, and if you’re looking for easy and festive ideas on how to decorate home with Christmas lights, you’ve come to the right place! From cozy indoor spaces to dazzling outdoor displays, we’ve got your Christmas light decorating needs covered. Ready to illuminate your home with warmth and cheer? Let’s get started! Ps you can find lights at CTD for this holiday season.
The holiday season brings a sense of joy and togetherness, and what better way to share that spirit than through custom Christmas cards? While traditional cards are always appreciated, exploring creative avenues can make your greetings more memorable. From designing unique cards and crafting meaningful messages to adding festive decorations and utilising customised envelopes, there are endless possibilities to create custom Christmas cards that genuinely stand out. In this article, we’ll explore various creative ways to elevate your card-sending experience into a cherished and personalised expression of love and goodwill.
Tips to Simplify Christmas without Losing the Magic is a paid collaborative post. I absolutely adore the holiday season, but not the stress of it all, so over the last few years we have worked hard at simplifying Christmas without losing the magic and the best bit is each year gets even better. So follow our tips on how to simplify Christmas and you will thank me not just now but next year too.
How festive are these amazing Christmas wreath colouring pages? I love Colouring and there is nothing better on a dark night in the lead-up to Christmas than doing some relaxing colouring. I find that it helps me turn off and at this time of year we are all so busy that anything that helps me cope with the busyness of the lead-up to Christmas is good by me.
I am delighted to bring you this fabulous free Christmas colouring page to print and download this festive season. I have long been a fan of Rebecca Strickson and when I approached her to commission a colouring page, I was delighted when she said yes! Her art always makes me smile and is a delicious mix of art deco, mid-century modern with bang-up-to-date sentiments inspired by traditional trade union banners.
How to get kids to sleep on Christmas eve is a collaborative post with DUSK Luxury Bedding to celebrate their Christmas Sleep Hub. As an adult, I know how hard it is to get to sleep on Christmas Eve and if I find it a challenge then I totally understand why my children struggle! The excitement, the anticipation and the joy all create a fizzing feeling that stops sleep. I think that Christmas Eve and Birthday Eve are the hardest night of the year to get children to go to sleep. So here are some of my tried and tested tips for getting children to sleep the night the Santa comes […]
Christmas truly is a special time of year – an occasion for families to get together and spend some quality time, and a chance to reflect upon the year that was. Plus, there’s nothing quite like the many traditions that go along with the festive season: putting up a tree, decorating the house, wrapping the presents. However, there’s a reason that pockets get tight in December. Gift-giving can set you back a hefty amount, and if you’re short on money, it’s easy to feel like you don’t have the means to make Christmas exactly what it should be. Rest assured, there are plenty of ways to have a magical Christmas on […]
Us parents are always manic at this time of the year and that is where these free printable templates for kids Christmas cards come in. I have been making fingerprint Christmas cards with my children since they were tiny and it seems fun and exciting when you are only making one or two cards, but when you are making enough to send to everyone doing with a classroom of kids it can take some time. So all you have to so here is print off the card template and either add fingerprints or get the kids to colour them in.
These stitched salt dough Christmas star decorations are not only simple to make and look beautiful they also are perfect for working on kids’ fine motor skills. They are an ideal Christmas craft for making with a class or group of children as they are inexpensive and make great parent gifts to than on the Christmas tree at home.
When it comes to our favourite holiday season, there’s nothing quite like Christmas; the festivities, the decorations and the excitement, all come together to make it a magical time of the year. From finding the most incredible Christmas gifts to adding festive decor in every nook and cranny of your home, we try to embody the Christmas spirit with everything that we do. However, when it comes to the celebrations, one staple element that stands out more than the others is ‘Christmas Cards’. Christmas Cards and Gifts – All You Need to Know! Christmas cards for your loved ones are probably something everyone looks forward to. The impact of a personal […]