Christmas Card Day – those greeting cards we like to send for Christmas has it’s own day. #ChristmasCardDay
$5.00 Second Hand Christmas Challenge – a challenge to go to a second hand thrift store and find a Christmas decoration for $5.00 to add to your decor.
National Christmas Tree Day – day for the beloved Christmas Tree that we put up and decorate. #ChristmasTree #ChristmasTreeDay
Christmas carol spotlight: Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas – One holiday season favorite is “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” a familiar tune that audiences first heard when it was sung by Judy Garland in the MGM musical “Meet Me in St. Louis” in 1944. #HaveYourselfAMerryLittleChristmas
Christmas carol spotlight: Deck the Halls – “Deck the Halls” is a favorite among Christmas celebrants who love to “fa la la.” #DecktheHalls
Christmas carol spotlight: Jingle Bells – “Jingle Bells” is a popular Christmas tune that many celebrants might be surprised to learn is more than 150 years old. #JingleBells
Christmas carol spotlight: Let It Snow! – This snowy song is a beloved Christmas tune with an interesting history. #LetItSnow
Bring old-fashioned Christmas caroling to your neighborhood – Christmas carols help set the mood for the holiday season. Such songs are played in stores to create festive atmospheres for shoppers, and many families play seasonal music as they decorate their homes for the holidays.
The First King Size Bed. With images of the first king size bed. #kingsizebed
Legend of the Candy Cane. Ever what the candy cane is symbolic of? What the colors mean and why it is shaped like the letter J and the shepherd’s staff. Now with a Printable Version! #CandyCane #CandyMakersWitness #Christmas
Check out this Christmas poem written by Chris Jones in December of 1961 called “Ole Man Christmas”. Where can you find Ole Man Christmas? Now with a printable version. #OleManChristmas
Ivy Berries Wreath Meaning. A wreath is always popular during Christmas including wreaths with ivy and berries. Do you know what ivy, berries and wreath mean or symbolic of? Includes free printable version.
I share what The Tradition of the Christmas Pickle is and I share some ideas of stories you can share using the Christmas Pickle. Now you will know what it means to have a pickle in a Christmas Tree. Now with a free printable version. #ChristmasPickle
Before the modern Santa Claus lived a very real and generous individual named Nicholas.The man behind the beard, St. Nicholas – Every Christmas Eve, children go to bed eagerly anticipating a visit from Santa Claus. This merry gentleman is purported to visit the home of every good girl and boy, delivering gifts and cheer along the way. Who exactly is this man behind the beard? #Christmas #SantaClaus #StNicholas
This is a video segment from A Charlie Brown Christmas. Charlie Brown asked if anyone can tell him what Christmas is really about and Linus gives it to him real. Linus drops his security blanket too! He breaks out scripture to explain about Jesus’s birth as found in the Gospel of Luke Chapter 2 #CharlieBrown #CharlieBrownChristmas #Linus #ChristmasStory
Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer – Adults and children alike are familiar with the tale of “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.” Did you know Rudolph almost had a blue nose and a different name? #Rudolph
We must be like Rudolph and shine our light before others. Remember the light of Christ shines the brightest in the darkest areas. #Rudolph
Happy Christmas or Merry Christmas? – Why do we say Merry Christmas and not Happy Christmas. #HappyChristmas #MerryChristmas
Drop and Run Santa. Play Santa and leave a wrapped gift on a strangers or loved ones door. You then, knock on the door and run. Almost like dingdong ditch, but you leave a gift instead of leaving nothing.
Christmas Characters – Here is a list of Characters from the Bible that helps bring the Christmas Story to us. #ChristmasCharacters