Join us for the 12 Days of Christmas Ideas Series along with eleven more talented bloggers. We’ve rounded up the best of the best Christmas ideas to make your holiday season more festive and fun. Today we are sharing 12 ways to make Christmas magical!
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12 Ways to Make Christmas Magical by C’mon Get Crafty
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Christmas is a special time of year, and I love seeing my kids’ excitement over the wonder of it all. I’ve rounded up 12 ways to make Christmas magical for your kids! Check out some new ideas for this season!
So let’s make some magic!
#1 A Shameless Plug But Oh So Fun
Yes, this one is mine, but I also spent years creating fun (and basic) Elf on the Shelf Ideas for you….plus I made a whole batch of free printables for you! You can’t beat that. 😉
This Santa Secret Service tradition from The Dating Divas is such a wonderful idea! Very creative way to teach kids about being responsible and charitable.
Sunny Day Family has an easy and fun craft for kids to work on – a Santa Mailbox for all those changing Christmas lists!
This Random Acts of Kindness Cootie Catcher from Bren Did reminds me of all those fun paper games we played as kids!
Part of making Christmas magical for kids is to invite them to be whimsical and to believe anything is possible. So why wouldn’t you be able to grow candy canes like Growing a Jeweled Rose?
#6 Christmas Eve Surprise Box
Start a fun new tradition with your kids by gifting them these Christmas Eve Boxes from Money Saving Sisters!
Speaking of boxes, this Christmas Countdown Box from Teach Me Mommy would help keep the magic of Christmas alive every day leading up to it!
Whether you live in a warm climate without snow, or just don’t want to freeze in the real stuff, this play snow from Huckleberry Love definitely promotes some Christmas magic – can you say indoor snowman??
Christmas cookies are sort of a holiday staple of traditions, but what if you made cookies you could keep? These Baking Soda Gingerbread Ornaments from My Pinterventures look good enough to eat, but last much longer!
#10 Puzzle Piece Holiday Wreath
Dazzle While Frazzled has a fun activity for you and the kids both with this festive puzzle piece wreath!
Is your Elf feeling chilled? Get the kids together and make him a coat with this easy tutorial from Exquisitely Unremarkable!
#12 Elf on the Shelf Printable Calendar
Speaking of that whimsical Elf, you can keep yours hopping with a Printable Calendar from Time Saving Mom so you never run out of ideas or forget to move him!
Be sure to bookmark this blog and stop by tomorrow for 12 Amazing Christmas Mantels! We will have an exciting new collection of ideas every day now through December 12th!
Thanks so much for joining us for the 12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop! If you missed any of our fun collections just see the links below!
- #1 Hilarious Christmas Party Games
- #2 Best Homemade Christmas Food Gifts
- #3 Creative Christmas Decoration Storage Ideas
- #4 Christmas Tablescape Ideas
- #5 DIY Christmas Card Displays
- #6 Family Christmas Traditions
- #7 Fabulously Festive Gift Wrapping Ideas
- #8 Handmade Christmas Ornaments
- #9 Christmas Printables
- #10 You’re Here!
- #11 Amazing Christmas Mantels
- #12 Beautiful and Unique Holiday Wreaths!