2013 Christmas Round-Up

Last year, I had so much fun with the 12 Days Of Christmas series. I love creating and cooking, especially around the holidays. Another 12 days series isn’t in the cards for this year, things are busy and I’m lucky to get a blog post up these days, it’s just a busy season around here.

I wanted to share some of my favorite projects from around the blog. You can find links to them and a short explanation beneath the collages. These have all been created in our home and I can say without a doubt that anyone can accomplish these fun and simple projects.

Get your hot glue gun out, I promise this is going to be fun for everyone!

christmasprojects

  1. Santa’s Magic Key- A fun and simple project, Santa’s magic key is left out on Christmas Eve night and it includes a precious poem that incorporates the real reason for the season as well.
  2. Holiday Bucket List- I love the idea of a holiday bucket list. Include all of your favorite traditions and it becomes a sweet reminder in your home this season.
  3. Ruffled Tree Skirt- Create a fun tree skirt to use for years to come.
  4. Ornament Wreath- A quick and easy tutorial for a festive ornament wreath.
  5. Painted Tie-Dye Ornament- This is a quick and easy tutorial using glass ornaments and acrylic paint
  6. Modge Podge Ornaments- Modge Podge your favorite paper to a glass ornament for a festive look
  7. Personalized Glitter Ornament- With vinyl letters create a personalized ornament
  8. Hand-Print Ornament- Using your childs hand create a personalized snowman ornament
  9. Christmas-PJ Tree- If you have old Christmas PJ’s this is a perfect way to always have them as a keepsake and add decor to a child’s room

And the holiday season wouldn’t be complete without a few of my favorite Christmas recipes:

Christmasrecipes

  1. Homemade Hot Chocolate
  2. Christmas Party Pretzels
  3. Peppermint Chocolate Cake Balls
  4. Cinnamon Roll Monkey Bread
  5. Sausage Balls 

And I’m sharing another fun recipe on Every Day Cheer today. Click over to check out my recipe for Christmas Crunch.

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  1. What a great roundup! I love the Christmas bucket list idea and can’t wait to try some of those yummy recipes!! Hope you have a great week! :)
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  2. oh I love the hand print snowman ornament, that one I may have to add to my list! I don’t actually have a list yet, so it will be #1 =)

  3. I love the pajama tree! And those peppermint cake balls look delish!
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  4. Hey! I have just come across this post via blog lovin’ and I absolutely love that you have made a bucket list of things to do this festive season. I have an 8 month old daughter, so it’s her first christmas which makes me incredibly excited. I’m really quite new to blogging but it’s fantastic reading up on other Mum’s and there everyday life and things they do with their children. This post I found really inspiring and I will look forward to your next post
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  5. I need to pin all of these!!
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