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The Mother Load on Facebook shared this great idea for a new Christmas Eve Tradition.  This is such a cute idea!  With the PJ’s & Movies you do no need to buy new unless you want to or find a great deal!  Check yard sales, second hand stores or even ask friends for their hand me downs.  I am so going to do this with my son!

Christmas Eve Gift Box

What you need:

Christmas Pj’s

Holiday Themed Movie (or any movie your kids want or love)

Pop Corn

Hot Coco

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Check out the deals you can score on DVD movies on Amazon.  Each will ship free if you spend $35 with Free Super Saver Shipping.

Miracle on 34th Street DVD $4.99 (originally $14.98)

Prancer DVD $5.49 (originally $9.98)

Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Deluxe Edition) DVD $8.96 (originally $19.97)

The Polar Express DVD $9.00 (Originally $14.96)

Elf DVD $6.99 (Normally $14.96)

The Christmas Story DVD $8.79 (Normally $14.96)

A Charlie Brown Christmas DVD $8.96 (Normally $19.97)

The Original Christmas Classics Gift Set DVD $15.97 (normally $29.93)

 

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Are you like us and “Santa’s Gifts” are wrapped? I am always looking for gift tags from Santa without our writing so my son does not catch on but knows who his gifts are from. My son is now 6 years old and very observant so the Printable Santa Gift Tags I found on God Bless {our} Nest are PERFECT! You can download them for Free HERE. The best part.. you can edit a few places on them including: Name & Elf Inspector No.

My son’s number at school is 13 so I changed that to the Elf Inspector Number. My son is crazy about anything that has a number 13 right now! Enjoy the freebie. Make sure to save a copy “Hidden” in your computer for future use.

 

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Are you like us and “Santa’s Gifts” are wrapped?  I am always looking for gift tags from Santa without our writing so my son does not catch on but knows who his gifts are from.  My son is now 6 years old and very observant so the Printable Santa Gift Tags I found on God Bless {our} Nest are PERFECT!  You can download them for Free HERE.  The best part.. you can edit a few places on them including: Name & Elf Inspector No.

My son’s number at school is 13 so I changed that to the Elf Inspector Number.  My son is crazy about anything that has a number 13 right now!  Enjoy the freebie.  Make sure to save a copy “Hidden” in your computer for future use.

 

Are you looking for a cute way to share Halloween treats with someone special? I saw this idea on another blog and thought I would share! It’s called “You’ve Been Boo-ed!!“. What you do is visit You’ve Been Boo-ed! website and print the cute little note above. Fill a bag or cute container with Halloween Goodies (include the note)… You then visit the recipiant and ring their door bell and RUUUUUNNNN! They open the door and all they see is the treats!

I want to do this for a few of our friends but their houses take a bit to get to them since they have big front lawns. We have never been Boo-ed but I am sure my son would love it! Have you been Boo-ed??? Or have you Boo-ed anyone?

 

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I am loving this simple but very fun idea for a gift!  Grab a pair of cozy socks..nail polish and file and wrap in a cello bag.  This idea comes from Taylored Expressions.  She has even made the gift tag for you to download and print for free found HERE!

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How cute is this Christmas Tree Twig Art from At Home With K?  These would be easy to make and would make great gifts.  Check out the full directions HERE.  If you did not have access to the beadboard you can just use cardstock and a frame found around the house or thrift shopping.   If you attempt do send in pics to me :)

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A few years ago, I made these cute Santa Hand Print Ornaments with my son to give out to family members. These were such a HUGE hit but did not cost hardly anything to create them all! Most of the supplies can be bought for a few bucks!

Santa Hand Print Ornament

Supplies:

Paint (we just used the acrylic pant that cost around $1.00 or less at Walmart) White & Red

Construction Paper (we used green)

Ribbon (I grabbed the ribbon that is about $.50 a spool at Walmart)

Hole Punch

Directions:

  1. Paint your little one’s Thumb (Minus the thumb print) & top of palm red and then paint the Thumb Print and the rest of the hand white.
  2. Press Child’s hand onto the paper..Repeat until you have all the ornaments you need
  3. Allow to fully dry
  4. Cut our Santa Hand Prints, hole punch at top and add ribbon
  5. Add the child’s name and year to complete the ornament

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