Of course, we will all be watching Christmas movies and going on nice Winter walks, but for the bits in-between, I always find it helps to have a few bits and bobs to hand to encourage creativity.
Given the uncertainty we are currently facing, it seems sensible to plan Christmas from a distance. One of the ways you can do this is by designing and either printing or emailing things like Christmas cards, messages to loved ones, and of course also design your own Christmas decorations, letters to Santa and so on.
Are your children fans of Horrible Histories? If so, they will love this version of Christmas! This hugely entertaining festive edition is stuffed full of strangely interesting facts and gruesome tales from days of Christmas past. From pantos and Christmas characters to foul food and curious festive customs, Rattus guides you through with the usual […]
Christmas this year is going to look pretty different this year for people everywhere. If you are used to having huge numbers of people around the table on Christmas Day you may be disappointed this year. Life is very different at the moment – but, Christmas isn’t cancelled!
Whilst Christmas might be a bit different for lots of people this year, it really isn’t cancelled. If your children normally love a good get together and a Christmas party, read on to find out about a wonderful 2020 alternative.
Hampers can makes a lovely gift for someone at Christmas time. Whether it is a new parent, an older relative, a work colleague or a friend. The possibilities with a hamper are huge.
What are your favourite festive movies to watch as a family? Do you have one movie that you watch every year or do you vary it each Christmas?
I do love a useful present. One of my favourite birthday gifts this year was a huge wheelbarrow. I love it because it’s a massive time-saver. It holds about four times that of a regular sized barrow and I can also put the children in it if I need to as well.