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Christmas Traditions

June 7th 2016

Other Traditions to Try&

Are you looking for yet more excitement in the build up to Christmas? Try starting one or more of these lovely Christmas traditions&

  • Frame the Santa photos. Get out all those lovely photos of the kids with Santa (you might even have some of yourself!) and frame them. Display them in a group on a mantle or sideboard foryears of Christmas memories.

  • Bring your children into the Christmas Hut to choose one special decoration each year. Keep them in a box together with the year written on a tag next to them. We can even personalisebaubles with your childs name.

  • Santa Key. Dont have a chimney?& then make sure you have a special Santa key which onlySanta can use. Hang it on the door nob on Christmas Eve, ready for Santa. The next morning your children will find it hung safely on the Christmas tree above their presents. Pop it away for nextyear.

  • Make a Gingerbread House. This is so much fun! Make or buy a gingerbread house for your children to decorate with sweets.

  • A present for visitors. Wrap small chocolate bars individually and tie a string around them to hang on the tree. Your visitors can choose one off the tree when they gohome.

  • The Pajama Elf. Does the Pajama Elf visit your house? He comes the morning of Christmas Eve to deliver new Christmas jammies, a Christmas movie and popcorn for a calm and quiet ChristmasEve family movie night. You will all look great in the morning photos with your new jammies on!

  • Christmas Lights . Dress in your Christmas jammies, grab a Christmas CD and play it loud whilst driving around looking for best Christmas lights!