As the big day draws near, you might be looking for some Christmas table inspiration. Which one is your style?
This is a fab idea to do with the kids for Christmas cards or gifts for the grandparents, aunties and uncles!
Just add their hand print (upside down) in white paint, draw on a face, glue on eyes and a cut out Santa hat.
A lovely little keepsake reminding us just how small their hands were the year before …
This is SUCH a cool idea, especially for those who are a bit short on space. Add any little treasures you like to the wall in the shape of a tree, then pop your pressies at the bottom! Merry, merry.
We have seen so many fabulous wrapping ideas I just had to share some of my faves with you;
Do you take time for special wrapping or are you more of a throw-on-some-cheapie-paper-and-sticky-tape-at-the-last-minute kinda girl (or guy!)?
Aren’t these little chocolate crackle puddings just the um, sweetest?
A great idea to share with classmates or neighbours, you can get the recipe right here.
Kids will enjoy making these quirky Christmas decorations (and you just might too!).
Simply cut out cardboard circles, snip around the edges then weave wool around the disc to create patterns. Voila!
You have all heard me raaaave about fab blog BabyMac (you have even met her here before) … well, she has just knocked our little socks off with this fabulous idea to zshoooj up your Christmas table, or any other table for that matter.
Check it out peeps … and whilst you are there, take a peek at her new online magazine Beverley. It’s free and it’s fabulous. You can thank me later.
What a clever little idea this is. Just turn your gingerbread man upside down to make these fab gingerdeer biscuits! Yummy, yummy! Head on over to Mum’s Business for the recipe. Enjoy!
Make these fun Santas as tree ornaments or play a game of paper snowball and Santa bowling. Check out the details here.
What little kid doesn’t love a reindeer and a hat, especially one they have made with their very own hands? This little gem is easy to make and sure to have your little ones prancing around in preparation for Christmas.