Christmas Blog

Planning Your Christmas Newsletter

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Do you send out an annual Christmas letter? If so, now is the perfect time to start thinking about what you’ll put in this year’s edition. Planning ahead can help you save time and headache at the end of the year. If you have a plan in place, you’ll be able to gather images...

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Cute Reindeer Cookies from Gingerbread Cookie Cutters

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Sometimes it’s useful to turn the world upside down to get a whole new perspective. That’s certainly true with these cute gingerbread reindeer cookies. They’re make from regular gingerbread boy cookie cutters, but when you turn them upside down and add some frosting and decorations, voila! You’ve got reindeer. This cute photo was submitted...

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Fun Shaped Christmas Cards

Fun Shaped Christmas Cards

When you think of Christmas cards, you probably imagine a rectangular piece of heavy paper, either folded or not, with your own photos or a holiday scene printed on it. But these fun shaped Christmas cards break the mold. They’re shaped like tree lights, ornaments, houses, or snow mittens, and some of them can...

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The Dancing Christmas Tree Video

Here’s a cute kids song for Christmas. “The Dancing Christmas Tree” was written and sung by AJ Jenkins. You can find more of AJ Jenkins’ kids songs on Amazon.

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Send a Free Video Letter to Santa Claus

Send a Free Video Letter to Santa Claus

Here’s an easy way for young kids to send a “letter” to Santa Claus. If your kids aren’t quite old enough to sit down with a paper and pen (or even if they are, but they enjoy making videos!), they can still send a message to Santa through the magic of technology. Simply shoot...

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Printable Snowman Soup Poem and Snowman Poop Poem

Printable Snowman Soup Poem and Snowman Poop Poem

Here are two fun ideas for simple Christmas gifts. The free printable poems on this page can magically turn marshmallows and cocoa into “snowman soup” or “snowman poop.” All you need is a little imagination, a few ingredients, and these poems. To get a free download with the illustrated poems shown here, simply click...

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Christmas Yard Decorating for First-Time Home Owners

Christmas Yard Decorating for First-Time Home Owners

Each year, millions of Americans decorate for Christmas. Some folks only choose to decorate inside the home, while many others also like to decorate their yards to show their holiday spirit. If you’re a new home owner who is decorating your lawn for the first time, here are some things to consider when planning...

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Customize Your Free Santa’s Nice List Checklist

Customize Your Free Santa’s Nice List Checklist

We all know that every year Santa makes a list and checks it twice to see who’s been naughty and who’s been nice. But what does it take, exactly, to get on the coveted Nice List? Well, the rules are a little different in each household. Santa knows that parents each have their own...

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Mary, Did You Know? Lyrics and Video

This Christmas song about the baby Jesus was written by Mark Lowry (lyrics) and Buddy Greene (music) in 1984. It was first recorded in 1992 by Michael English on his debut album, and then country music artist Kathy Mattea recorded it for her 1993 Christmas album “Good News.” The version in the video below...

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Make a Unique Christmas Letter in the Shape of a Tree

Make a Unique Christmas Letter in the Shape of a Tree

Looking for something different to do with your annual family Christmas letter this year? How about making it in the shape of a Christmas tree? At blog.christmaslettertips.com, you can find simple instructions for making a Christmas letter in the shape of a tree. The instructions are fairly simple and basically involved setting your word...

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