Are you thinking ahead to Christmas? This post has amazing Christmas ideas and free printables to help you make your holiday season extra special this year!
What’s in the Holiday Roundup:
5 Crazy Fun Christmas Posts
First, these articles highlight amazing experiences to have with others and great ways to show yourself love too.
1. Christmas Charades
Enjoy a unique spin on your favorite game with these holiday charades ideas! There’s an entire section for movies too! The game works well for a holiday family night or even a big get-together.
See the game ideas and free printable >>
2. Christmas Trivia
Game night has never been more fun! Quiz your family and friends and see who knows the most about the Christmas holiday!
3. Holiday Bucket List
Make your own holiday bucket list using the ideas in this post! You’ll find great activities for inside, outside, out on the town, and even yummy food. (Ideas for family and adults too)
See the Christmas bucket list post >>
4. 12 Days of Christmas Self Care
This one is for mama! During the hustle and bustle of the season, don’t forget that it’s important to take care of yourself too! Use these ideas to do 12 days straight, or sprinkle them in throughout the month.
See the Christmas 12 Days of Self Care >>
5. Christmas Traditions for Couples and Family
Christmas is a beautiful time to nurture your relationships, and there’s no better way to do that than with traditions. Check out these meaningful tradition ideas for your family and an entire post devoted to making the holidays special with your partner. These are the memories that last a lifetime.
5 Free Christmas Printables
1. Christmas Gift Tags
Save money and print out your own tags this year! These free tags are simple, pretty, and won’t use up all of your ink.
Get them on the Christmas gift tag post HERE>>
2. Write a Letter to Santa Printable
This one is a fan favorite! Help the kids practice their writing and find out what they want from Santa!
See the Santa Claus Letter for Kids >>
3. Free Printable Advent Activities Calendar
This calendar is filled with activity ideas, and you can snag it plus a blank holiday calendar to customize your own in the free resource library.
See all of the activities on the advent calendar HERE>>
4. Christmas Wish List for Kids
Sometimes kids need to narrow down their lists and focus more on what’s meaningful about the holidays. This free printable will help you do it! It has the 4 gift rule for gift ideas, plus what to give and experience this year.
5. Elf on the Shelf Notes
Is it time to add a little flair to your elf on the shelf? Use these fun free notes and boost the kids’ excitement!
5 Posts That Help With Holiday Gift Giving
1. Kids Stocking Stuffers
Stocking fillers are so much fun to shop for! There’s a post for everyone on your list when it comes to getting this shopping done. (I used them myself and it saved me SO MUCH TIME!)
2. Christmas Eve Box
Have you heard of the Christmas Eve box? It’s a present the kids open the night before Christmas, and we love making it special with themed activities and items! I add in pajamas, a family photo, a family game, and more.
See all of the details and tons of ideas for your unique box here >>
3. The Big List of Non-Toy Kid Gifts
Like most families I know, we struggle with having kids toys everywhere. That’s why this list is SO HELPFUL! You’ll find fun, but also practical and creative items that kids will love!
See the Big List of Gifts That Are Not Toys >>
4. 12 Days of Christmas Gifts
We received a version of this gift when my husband was sick, and it is the BEST gift we’ve ever gotten. It’s the most original gift idea you can find – and great for the person that’s difficult to buy for too!
5. Gifts for Adults Too!
Moms and dads need to be shopped for too! So, check out these date night gift ideas when thinking of your partner, see the best gifts for a busy mom, amazing self-care gifts, and gifts for dad here too!
BONUS: Free DIY Gift Ideas
Finally, if you are short on cash, or just want to add a personal touch to your gifts, these are FREE printables you can use to make your gifts special!
- Love Coupons (Blank) – customize your own coupons.
- Reasons I Love You Printable – list out what makes your person amazing.
- Free Kids Gift Coupons – I use these for rewards and gifts (they make good stocking stuffers too!)!
- Love Notes for Kids – Sneak it into one of your gifts to make them feel good.
There are many more useful posts to help you this holiday season! Search for “Christmas” or check out “family gifts” in the top menu to find them all!
Have a wonderful holiday season friends!