Blog Posts - Christmas Holidays



Rustic Winter Bedroom

In typical Chris fashion, I am still decorating days before Christmas. The good thing about this room is that it will be able to last through winter–which happens to be about half the year for us. Ugh. HomeGoods is my absolutel go-to when it co...
by Just a Girl on Dec 19, 2016

Christmas Around the World — 25 Books for Children

Moms and dads (or teachers), here are 25 books all about Christmas and how it’s celebrated around the world. With these books, children will learn more about the Christmas traditions of other countries and how they’re like, or unlike, our...
by MomsWhoSave.com Blog on Dec 11, 2016

19 DIY Edible Christmas Ornaments

Christmas is right around the corner, which means it’s time to kick your holiday crafting into high gear. When you go to decorate your tree this year, you can add a festive (and delicious) touch with DIY edible Christmas ornaments. We’ve...
by Remodelaholic on Dec 8, 2016

Spinach, Artichoke & Salame Wonton Bites

Sprinkle Some FunThis post is written by me on behalf of Tyson Foods, Inc. All opinions are entirely my own. This shop has been compensated by Acorn Influence, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ClubTysonTwist How can it be possib...
by Bubbly Nature Creations on Dec 7, 2016

Spiced Hot Chocolate

 Hooray for the holidays and all of the festivities.  Things are getting a bit cooler outside, and our fingers and toes are getting a bit frosty.  What better way to warm them up than with a nice mug of hot chocolate to drink! The...
by The English Kitchen on Dec 5, 2016

20 Christmas Books Kids Will Love This Holiday Season

There’s nothing better than curling up on those cold winter nights leading up to the holidays with your favorite kid and Christmas books!  Not only do I enjoy reading these books with my son, my students at school just love them!  The holidays ar...
by Read. Write. Mom! on Nov 27, 2016

Find out why Alsace is such a unique part of France

Find out why Alsace is such a unique part of France It is very unique indeed! I have been there, I have seen it and I can confirm. But this is not all, I can prove and show you why! Continue reading The post Find out why Alsace is such a unique part...
by Shopaholic's Daily Calendar on Jul 21, 2016

Socially Responsible Greeting Card Sources

Shares I don’t know about you, but commercial greeting cards disgust me. They’re insincere, outrageously expensive, terrible for our environment, and bad for our economy.   But still, I acknowledge that greeting cards can be useful and thoug...
by CassieWerner.com on May 15, 2016

Isle of Wight Christmas

A quaint little island that feels it’s a few years in the past. About ten degrees too warm for December. Keen leaves pushing their way up from bulbs beneath sodden grass verges. Slipping and sloshing single-file along muddy coastal paths.
by Spring Cottage on Dec 30, 2015

Christmas 2015

Christmas has come and gone and now the countdown begins again to the next Christmas. It's only 362 days away, that's how I'm going to look at it. Before we countdown to next year, let's take a look at what this Christmas brought us.On December 23rd...
by Crazy Shenanigans on Dec 29, 2015

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas!  Enjoy the day with family and friends...
by Crazy Shenanigans on Dec 25, 2015

Merry Christmas 2015 #Holidays #Christmas

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by Everyday Life on Dec 25, 2015

Merry Christmas

May your life be filled with joy and happiness and may each new day bring you moments to cherish. Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!!HOME CHIC CLUB...
by Home Chic Club on Dec 25, 2015

Merry Christmas!

Just finished watching the movie “White Christmas” which is one of my favorites.  The day has been long… full of last minute preparations for tomorrow. The kids are all tucked in now and I just saw Santa outside on the … Cont...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Dec 25, 2015

Christmas Home Tour 2015

Oh, my goodness! Time is drawing near so I thought I’d put together our Christmas Home Tour 2015 before everyone arrived! Christmas Eve is always an exciting time for all of us here at the Crossroads for so many reasons. The house is all decora...
by Cottage at the Crossroads on Dec 23, 2015

Happy Holidays…Merry Christmas…Blessed Be

 Christmas  is  Magic Christmas is what you make it It is delight, it is memories, it is sadness It is shooting stars and deep sea glow worms It is sacred, it is jovial, it is silly Say Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays to a stranger Kiss your swe...
by Humoring The Goddess on Dec 23, 2015

‘Twas The Night Before Christmas, ‘Orange Is The New Black’ Style (Video)

1823's "'Twas the Night Before Christmas," also known as "A Visit from St. Nicholas" and "The Night Before Christmas," by Clement Clarke Moore is perhaps the best known holiday season poem. The characters of the hit Netflix original series Orange is...
by Geeks of Doom on Dec 23, 2015

Mince Pie Muffins

  Here I am with a last minute idea for a muffin you could make for Christmas morning or even on Boxing Day, using up some of the oodles of mincemeat you no doubt got in for the holidays!These are quick to make, and really nicely flavoured. ...
by The English Kitchen on Dec 23, 2015

Cappelletti: A Christmas Story

Year after year I have posted and reposted the recipe for cappelletti in brodo - the most famous typical pasta dish eaten on Christmas Day! This year I recorded a short timelapse video of making kilos of this handmade pasta but the best part is it's...
by La Tavola Marche on Dec 23, 2015

Fun (Free!) Nintendo Family Activities for the Holidays

We are so glad the holidays are upon us in our house. We’re enjoying time at home together, baking cookies, and…...
by Frugal Novice on Dec 22, 2015


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