When we put the Christmas decorations up last week, I (definitely only me – everyone else was thrilled) felt that our decorations needed a revamp with a few new bits and pieces. The collaboration of my husband and my decorations when we married, now 6 years on, have really seen their day. What started as a set, had ended up as only 1 or 2 and the ‘mulled wine infused with cinnamon scented Christmas candle’ is really in need of the bin…. So off I went on a cyber shop for a few pretty (for me) and fun (for the children) items to spruce up our countdown to the Big Day.
It wouldn’t be a recommendation from me without a bit of neon and sparkle thrown in. How fun are these… You could even turn it into a key ring afterwards!
Put these up at Christmas and they will no doubt stay up throw 2016 too. I love them!
This is super smart and would be a great addition to any staircase. (Other than ones which children slide down!)
I plan to use these on the back of the buggy or on my handle bars. That’s if the boys don’t grab them first!
From experience with these Christmas scenes, they have the little ones transfixed for longer than most things. They rally are magical and John Lewis do a very engaging Ski Scene. Do it! Or buy it for Grandma & Grandpa’s house…
It’s mega important not to forget why we are
indulging celebrating Christmas and this little Nativity Scene will help you explain the Christmas story.
Totally unnecessary but absolutely brilliant personalised plate (I am sure they can sign it from more than 1 child or you could just use your surname) and a great investment if your kiddies have a few more years believing.
We were given this book when our eldest was a baby and we have read it to them after we have done the mince pies and carrots for Santa and his Reindeers. It’s a sweet book and a tradition that seems to be working!
These are so colourful and a bit different. If you are more traditional – these would be great for the childrens table!