We Wish You a Very Fawny Holiday Week 2018 {Day 5}

Hello everyone! Welcome to our special Fawny Holiday Week! This week is all about getting ideas for the upcoming Holidays! We have fun ideas, giveaways and videos! (Make sure to comment for a chance to win a stamp set and coordinating dies of your choice and a Knit Picky Fall 6×6 pad!)

We will be featuring Lawn Fawn Holiday products this week, both old and new! Woohoo! And, we also have team members (Fawnies) from Lawn Fawn Headquarters and our Lawn Fawnatics Design Team joining us for extra inspiration! I can’t wait to show you all of these gorgeous projects!

Let’s check out some awesome samples! Today Nichol shares a super fun video tutorial showing how she made a whole bunch of holiday-ready Woodland Critter Huggers using the Winter Add-On set to make them very festive! You can watch the video below, or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.


Thank you for watching!

Two adorable reindeer, ready for cold holiday weather! Nichol created the fun pattern on the scarves and hat by stamping Gingham Backdrops in Black Licorice ink on Chili Pepper and Noble Fir cardstock!

A polar bear and a penguin!

An owl and a fox!

Nichol added a Stitched Gift Card Pocket to the inside of her critter shaped cards and finished the back of the card with a sweet stitched heart and coordinating gingham heart!

I just love Yainea‘s happy snowman! She created him using Stitched Circle Stackables and cute accessories from Woodland Critter Huggers and the Winter Add-On set!

Yainea cleverly used Stitched Tree Borders to add the snowman’s arms and his nose is a carrot from Rooting for You! She added the sentiment from Home for the Holidays to complete this adorable card design!

Ivy decorated a Fancy Box with glittery Mini Snowflakes!

Inside the box, Ivy added a folded panel of cardstock to create 2 sections to hold her adorable Winter Tiny Tags! She used a 12 x 12 sheet of Really Rainbow Christmas paper to make the box so that the inside has another colorful pattern!

This fun set of Winter Tiny Tags, stamped with Tiny Tag Sayings makes a perfect pre-Christmas gift! And packaged up in a festive box makes it even better!

Everyone loves a shaped card and Elise created an adorable pair of them! The Holiday Helpers elves are in the kitchen baking Christmas cookies with the help of Sprinkled with Joy! The Fancy Scalloped Circle and the Winter Big Scripty Words greetings add a special touch to these festive card designs!

Such a joyful mini card by Karin! The Beary Happy Holidays bears are smiling in a snow-storm with Scripty Joy as the happy greeting!

The cute Toboggan Together reindeer pair fit perfectly and look adorable inside our Ready Set Snow snow-globe! Samantha added silver glitter snowflakes for some added sparkle!

Our Mini Wreath shines and sparkles in a fun grid pattern on Karolina’s beautiful Christmas card! There’s no stamping as she used the Merry Christmas Line Border as her greeting! Knock on Wood paper in the background adds a fun rustic look!

Karolina’s cheery card has a 3D Outside In Stitched Christmas Tree Stackable! The red ornaments and gold glitter star give this simple card some bling with Sparkle Holiday cardstock!

Debbie’s adorable banner features Gingerbread Friends and Stitched Party Banners!

Debbie also made a sweet set of gift tags using Say What? Christmas Critters and Say What? Gift Tags, along with our Mini Wreath!

Samantha‘s Winter Penguin card design is so beautifully clean and simple! I love how she stamped the penguin’s reflection on the “ice”!

I just love how Lynnette framed her sweet Winter Skies scene using a Reverse Stitched Scalloped Square Window! The Winter Big Scripty Words greeting stamped in red coordinates with the Peppermint cord tied in a pretty bow!

I hope you have enjoyed this fun look at some of our Holiday sets. We had such a blast! It’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment sharing a favorite family holiday tradition by November 17th at 10:00pm EST, and we will randomly pick one winner for a stamp set with coordinating dies of their choice and a Knit Picky Fall 6×6 Petite Paper pad! Post about our Fawny Holiday Week on social media and leave another comment for another chance to win!

Make sure to comment on all of our Fawny Holiday Week 2018 posts by Saturday, November 17th! We will announce the winners on Monday, November 19th. We hope you enjoyed this week of holiday inspiration!

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Thanks so much for joining us this week!
Have an amazing weekend!

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196 thoughts on “We Wish You a Very Fawny Holiday Week 2018 {Day 5}

  1. I love Holiyweeks! So much inspiration! Plus it’s my birthday month so I get the adorable Birthdsy mini stamp set! So much fun!

  2. Those critters are absolutely adorable as are all the fabulous projects today and all week! I definitely feel inspired! One of our family Christmas traditions is to have a steak dinner on Christmas Eve and then go to the candle light service at church; really sets to mind why we celebrate Christmas-the birth of Christ.

  3. My favorite holiday tradition is my whole family taking our dogs out to the beach on Christmas day, seeing as it’s summer here in NZ 🙂

  4. Opening our stockings at the same time Christmas morning, no one was allowed to do it unless we were all together. We always had a special gift inside from our parents. I loved all the inspiration today so many awesome things

  5. LOVE all those samples!!
    So we have a ‘weird’ Xmas tradition in our house, and it will be done shortly. When we put up our tree, we get a ‘visitor’.
    Others get a Christmas elf. We get a Christmas streaker. Yeah, that’s right. This started years ago when one of my sons put one of his sister’s naked Ken dolls in the tree and didn’t tell us until later. He positioned it so that the doll was ‘peeking’. We thought it was hilarious, and it has stayed since then. Sooooo, he’s coming back. He’s get packed with the Xmas decorations. Last year, he had a visitor. Barbie went and visited him in the tree. Found them kissing under mistletoe. lol. So that is our weird holiday tradition.

  6. So many wonderful ideas, the box ist just too cute :-).
    Hm, a fave family tradition..right now there is no as there is no family to join. But in the past we had a special CD with music running while we were preparing the tree, alsways the same 13 songs :-). And after that we drank hoto chocolate with a spritz of Amaretto :-).

  7. we have a Christmas tradition of my Dad choosing the first gift from under the tree (with eyes closed). That person opens the present and then they pick the next random present and so on. We all watch what each other recieved.

  8. A favorite holiday tradition is new Christmas pjs for everyone. I have enjoyed the amazing projects this week and not only have I been inspired to create with the Lawn Fawn stamps that I own, but I have added some new ones to my “buy” list. I love Lawn Fawn and you always make me smile–thank you.

  9. What a wonderful week of holiday cheer! Thank you to everyone for this inspiration.

    Our favorite holiday tradition is celebrating together on Christmas day, carols playing in the background, opening gifts (especially delightful having little ones around again and seeing their excitement), sitting down to our traditional meal (featuring Honeybaked ham, and homemade scalloped potatoes), the kids remembering later in the day that there are stockings with goodies in them too. It’s just a wonderful day of family togetherness.

  10. Beautiful and sweet projects!!!
    My favorite family holiday tradition is decorating all together the Xmas tree on Decembert 8th. It’s an important holiday here in Italy and it’s the start of the Xmas holidays.

  11. Oh I just love those sweet little critter huggers! My favorite holiday tradition is decorating our tree together as a family ❤️

  12. What a wonderful inspiration post today!
    My all time fave tradition is the annual family Christmas Photo shoot!
    You’d think I was asking them to allow me to murder them.
    I’d make props and get out the tripod and asked for a half hour of their precious time……
    I’d pick one and turn it in to the family Christmas card and I still crack up when looking at them!

  13. Wonderful cards and woodland critter cards are too cute. We like to go eat Chinese food on Christmas Eve. All because of the Christmas Story movie which my kids love. Thanks for all the great ideas.

  14. So much cuteness today- really love the gingham backdrop to make those plaid scarves.
    Favorite family tradition is getting together on Christmas Eve- we usually have a few fondues- cheese and tomato sauce ones for dinner and a chocolate one for dessert. Then we play board games after.

  15. My favorite family holiday tradition is a more recent one for my family. My siblings, parent’s and I decided that instead of buying a bunch of gifts for each other we pool together and adopt a family through our local salvation army. It’s been such a joy and blessing to help someone else and to be able to meet them in person and get to know them a little. We have all enjoyed it and it really brings the meaning of Christmas to us in such a real way! I highly recommend it if your city has a similar program!

    Love the cookie baking elves, they make me smile! 🙂

  16. These are all so cute. Love the fox with the coffee. Fav family tradition….new one this year with my grand baby! Waking up to him giggling I hope.

  17. Our tradition is to watch Christmas movies together and we always watch the Charlie Brown Christmas. Love the ideas on these blog posts this week.

  18. Oh my gosh fabulous projects – everyday is more goodness!! You guys are making my week!!!

    One of my fave holiday traditions is decorating my tree. I have my mom’s old ornaments, plus all of the ones my husband and I collected prior to our kids, then ones purchased for the kids (I let them each pick/make one a year), & they baby ornaments. It’s just really special for me!

  19. I haven’t pinned this much from one post in a long time. The projects were outstanding! LF Christmas releases have become one of my favorite traditions over the past 5-6 years.

  20. Our Holiday tradition starts Thanksgiving week when we all travel to my sons house in Indiana and have thanksgiving dinner with the kids, grandkids and great-grandkids. We have a fun week with the whole family together. Hard to do when grandkids are grown up, married and living elsewhere. Then on Christmas week we (just my husband and I) go to my daughter’s house which is in Atlanta and celebrate her birthday (dec 22) and spend the week of Christmas with her family enjoying the decorations, Christmas lights. etc.

  21. My favorite… the adult men in our family fight over the bows on the presents. The idea is to see who can collect the most, stick them on their heads and see who collects the most. The winner gets a small present that has been hidden somewhere on the tree. It started when my sons were grown and out of the house lol

  22. I LOVE all these CUUUUTE huggers! Awwwww! Favorite holiday FAMILY tradition… that’s a tough one, I didn’t have a great childhood, young adulthood, and my relationship with my biological family still isn’t a good one. Not everyone is blessed with a great family. So, my favorite holiday tradition, which really is just mine, is decorating my little Christmas tree while I play holiday music in the background. Sorry that isn’t the happiest of answers, but it is an honest one. Thanks for the chance to win, and thank you for creating so many ADORABLE supplies for us to craft with! 🙂

  23. Omg, I’m so in love with the woodland critters with the wintery add-ons done in the buffalo plaid. They are so adorable!

  24. Sitting around the dinner table together and sharing Christmas Eve dinner has always been a favorite time for me. The conversation and memories that come up are priceless. Maybe it’s just the simplicity of a family all together sharing memories but it makes me smile.

  25. Those critters are the cutest and great samples as well. I used to love making Christmas cookies with my mom and my aunt and still cherish those memories.

  26. Thank you for a week filled with wonderful ideas! I especially liked the peek a boo and interactive cards.

    Our family tradition is to have a cooking decorating day. I bake dozens and dozens of sugar cookies so that my nieces and nephews can decorate and personalize their own batch of cookies.

  27. Adorable work as always everyone!
    My favorite tradition is opening presents on Christmas morning!
    Thank you for the opportunity to win!

  28. One of our family Christmas traditions is to make a huge coffee cake ring and it doesn’t last long before it’s all eaten up.

  29. The kids would line up on the stairs and Dad would go downstairs to look around to see “If someone came!” We would all be silently nervous… But bursting with excitement we be squirming all over the place and then he’d say.. “Kids come and see!” And we would fly down the stairs

  30. Wow the DT is on fire with their creativity! One of our favorite holiday traditions is to stop at 7-Eleven for hot chocolate and a sweet treat on our Christmas Eve light tour.

  31. Another great day! The whole week has been filled with so much inspiration! Thank you to all who shared their creativity
    Favorite holiday tradition is our family talent show – so much fun!

  32. I have hosted a Christmas Eve party for family and friends for over 30 years! It is the best tradition! The inspiration today was amazing! So many wonderful ideas!

  33. Another fabulous day of inspiration! Love those holiday add-ons for the woodland critter huggers! My favourite holiday tradition is Christmas Eve dinner and opening our gifts after dinner.

  34. I love all the inspiration and creativity in these projects! So cute!! One of my favorite traditions is reading The Night Before Christmas every Christmas eve before we go to bed and wait for Santa. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  35. A great day of projects and inspiration. I hope to try some of these ideas this weekend.
    My favorite holiday tradition… christmas baking with my kids and now my grandkids.

  36. My favorite family tradition is baking cookies with my sister and nieces. It was a tradition
    started by our Mom, but sadly, this is will be our 2nd Christmas without her. She always
    made such a big deal of it and made LOTS of cookies for family and friends.

  37. I have a collection of Santa’s that I put out every year.
    Everybody enjoys looking at all the different pieces
    and remembering where they came from (who gave
    them to me, where they were found, etc). It’s a
    surprise every year (you forget about some of them
    and then re-find them). Love the huggers.
    thanks for sharing txmlhl(at)yahoo(dot)com

  38. Holiday traditions…well I think we are still trying to create traditions! As of right now we do have 2 Christmas’. One for intermediate family and then another that weekend for the extended!

  39. Family tradition would be cookies, baking lots of cookies! Loved these examples all week and they always have so many super cute ideas. So glad it’s Friday so I can play in my craftroom this weekend!!

  40. OMG – Cuteness overload! I just adore the Woodland Critters Huggers and add-ons anyway, but seeing Nicol’s video has made me order them NOW!!! Of course I have to get the circle stackables too so I can make the adorable snowman. I also love the little skating penguin with his reflection. That is so creative!

    My favorite tradition is spending Black Friday decorating the house for Christmas and watching Christmas movies in our PJs.

    Now, it’s time to order me some Critters so I can play! 😉

  41. Woodland Critters in their holiday attire adorn the cards, gift cards, tags, etc. that one can use to bring memories of past Christmas and holiday events. May the memories of these days bring much happiness to all.

  42. What amazing cards, tags, banners, and other projects!!!
    Our family tradition is Christmas Eve We have dinner with my family then open presents.( Sadly this year we won’t be doing that as my Father passed away this April and my mom isn’t up to doing anything for the Holidays.) Then we take our grandchildren to see the Christmas lights then we get dressed in our P.J.’S and head over to my husband parents house by 11:00 at night. His parents go to Midnight Mass, while the rest of start on cooking breakfast. When they return by 1:00 in the morning we all sit down for breakfast and eat then we all get up and head for the living room. Take our seats and some people hand out presents. Then we open from youngest to oldest. two people at a time get to open their presents. Then we take pictures. Great Grand parents with all the grandchildren, then the original 5 grown children with their parents, then each individual family then everyone. Then we get to go home . We arrive home by about 4 to 5 in the morning and head back to his parents house by 4 or 5 in the evening for Christmas dinner. Oh by the way last count there was 45 of us the family is still growing.

  43. Those little woodland critters are so cute! And I just love the penguin with her reflection in the ice, so clever.

    Our holiday tradition is going to a movie and then out for Chinese food on Christmas eve.

  44. Oooo!!! My favorite is opening one present Christmas Eve and it’s always fun jammies! We’ve been doing this since I was really little and I loved bringing my (now) husband in on it when we were dating and continuing it on with our daughter! It’s so fun!

  45. Hard to choose just one. They are all cute. We drive around on Christmas Eve as a family to view the lights and then go to our favorite place for dinner.

  46. Loving all the Christmas inspiration today and all week long. The hours of work that goes into these weeks just floors me. My favorite holiday tradition is baking cookies with the kids. Now it’s our grandkids but that’s just fine. We can sugar them up and send them home. Yikes! Nothing’s better than fresh cookies and a glass of milk. Maybe that’s why Santa ikes it too!

  47. Our holiday tradition is to open 1 gift on Christmas Eve that we made. I’m loving Nichol’s critter gift card holders!!!

  48. All the cards today are wonderful, but I especially loved the ice skating penguin. We love driving around our neighborhoods looking at holiday light displays. So festive!

  49. What a joy it is to have such inspiration from the Fawnies this year. I still have print outs of last years inspirations from winter! Thank you so much for providing us with new stamps and dies as well as paper that we can make something to share with family and friends.

  50. oooh woooaw!!! i looove the snowman and i’m going to try it right away! and thank you for the tip on making the back of the card of the woodland critters!!! great inspiration week ! thank you so much for all your hard work!

  51. One of our favourite holiday traditions is Christmas breakfast. Usually we are still in our pjs and have not opened gifts until we have our meal of waffles with sour cream, brown sugar and peaches along with pea meal ham. So delicious!

  52. I LOVE Lawn Fawn!!! Each inspiration week is amazing and wonderful. Those critter huggers are so cute!! Our favorite holiday tradition is to make cookies and do an ornament and cookie exchange 🙂 So many yummy cookies!

  53. A new family tradition that we started a few years ago, is that everyone had their own wrapping paper. So no one knows whose gifts are whose until we open our stockings Christmas morning.

  54. AWESOME creations! A favorite family tradition is to put up the Christmas tree and decorations just after Thanksgiving, that gives lots of time to enjoy them!

  55. These projects are wonderful! I love the woodland critter huggers Nichol made and the winter tiny tags Ivy made. 🙂 I really enjoy our tradition of putting up Christmas village and decorations the day after Thanksgiving.

  56. My favorite family holiday tradition is all about the food. We only cook certain recipes once a year (spinach/gruyere puff and cranberry relish). The kids are teenagers and aren’t into the tradition viewing of the christmas specials ala Charlie Brown, Elf, etc… but maybe we can convince them to join us. 😉

  57. The design team did a great job this week inspiring us with fun Christmas examples! One of my favorite family traditions is getting a special gift for my kids to open on Christmas Eve. The gift is either a movie, book or new Christmas pjs!

  58. I love the critter huggers!! One of my favorite Christmas traditions is we have a new ornament on the tree every year, and we search for it on Christmas morning!! 🙂

  59. As we approach the season of love and warmth from family and friends, the Fawnies have given us so many brilliant ideas on how to convey expressions of compassion. Thank you so much.

  60. I love the winter big scripty word stamps and dies. When our son was little, we started a tradition of creating reindeer tracks and sleigh tracks in the snow (using our cross country skiis) to show that Santa had visited. We also left carrot tops on the snow where the reindeer had enjoyed the snack we put out for them. My son and his wife have started to recreate this fun Christmas tradition with their little ones.

  61. Our favorite holiday tradition is watching What a Wonderful Life and Miracle on 34th Street. I can’t pick a favorite between the old Miracle and the newer version, so we watch them both. We all put on our new Christmas PJ’s and watch movies and munch on the goodies. Great family time! The projects are all so cute, it’s difficult to pick a favorite, but I do like the Bear Family card..too cute!

  62. Oh – we have so many! We hunt through the cold and snow looking for the perfect tree! We take photos with Santa (my husband now dresses up). I give the kids a dated ornament each year. We frost cookies! And more!

    Thanks for such a fun week!

  63. Getting so excited for Christmas and Thanksgiving hasn’t even passed. Haha! My favorite tradition is a new one with my husband where we make baked ggambles together for all the people in our family. (:

  64. This has been a great week of inspiration. I’ve got lots of ideas to get started on my Christmas cards and tags! Love Lawn Fawn!!

  65. My favorite family tradition is decorating our house before Thanksgiving even rolls around! We are always way too excited!

  66. All these cards/tags are so cute! I want to make them all. My favorite family tradition is that my mom gives the grandchildren pjs on Christmas Eve. She started that when I was little. Last year was the first year she stopped because they are all over 21 years. So Santa picked up the tradition. It was so cute to see the adult grandchildren in their new pjs. We’ll see how long this will go on.

  67. Favorite family holiday tradition is all our family getting together around the holidays. My dad has 11 brothers and sisters and all of them and their families get together and spend a full day together celebrating and “catching up.”

  68. My favorite tradition is decorating the tree all together. We look at all our special ornaments and remember and tell the kids the stories behind them.

  69. We have a tradition on Christmas Day after we open presents and have dinner. We go to an Aunts house where everyone eventually meets up in the family . We have dessert and see everyone and catch up. We have the best time.

  70. Aaawwww – so cute! Baking Christmas cake in November from my sister-in-law’s family recipe then patiently waiting until Christmas to dig in is a great tradition.

  71. Great video showcasing the critter huggers. Love the banner, tags and shaped cards from the designers. A fave tradition is baking with my daughters.

  72. Oh what fun we’ll have using our Lawn Fawn products this season. Thanks to the Fawnies, we have a variation of ideas.

  73. Wow! What wonderful ideas! My friend and I grab the kiddo’s up and take them out to look at lights and one of the stops has their own radio station set up to listen to whyle watching their holiday display lights dance to the music. So much fun with some snacks and hot coco.

  74. The Woodland Critters are adorable! A family tradition that we all still follow today is opening our gifts on Christmas Eve.

  75. So gorgeous!!
    My fave family tradition is definitely baking and cooking and opening presents together on Christmas Eve <3

  76. Tradition! Everyone has them! My favorite tradition is Christmas Eve candlelight service at church. I sing in the choir and I’m on Praise Team so I sing on Christmas Eve. We also are the ones who start the candle lighting process…always afraid I will catch something on fire 😳

  77. Oh, gosh, I LOVE those cute winter critters and the snowman! Karolina’s mini wreath card is so pretty, too! My favorite holiday tradition is decorating the tree with all the ornaments collected over the years.

  78. Oh the little gift box with gift tags is a perfect neighbour gift! Thank you for the inspiration! Our family has a tradition of opening one gift on Christmas Eve which is always new pj’s (so you look nice and clean for Christmas pictures the next morning) and a movie with popcorn then we watch the movie as a family.

  79. So many traditions and happy Christmas memories – love decorating the tree and hiding the pickle ornament. Also love baking and setting up the nativity, singing coals and on and on…

  80. With my children and grandchildren living hours away and my work schedule we keep making new traditions. Love all the wonderful holiday inspiration from thos release week. We have already had snow in Minnesota so it is easy to get in the spirit.

  81. Love the Christmas Huggers and the Joy with the Polar Bear family!

    I love making Christmas cards. I also make an ornament for each of my girls and our family.

  82. Amazing projects!! My favourite holiday family tradition is going to Christmas Eve service as a family then afterward all gathering & visiting & eating finger foods.

  83. Oh, the critter huggers are sooooo adorable!!! A couple years ago, our family started an advent calendar of sorts. Each day the kids take turns opening a numbered envelope. Inside is a card with a verse or passage of Scripture pertaining to the Christmas story and on the back is a an event or special treat to do for the day. The kids love opening the envelopes and we have had a lot of fun. I think it will continue for many years.

  84. In our family almost all the gifts are given by an elf with a name that is a clue to the present. Sometimes this presents a real challenge.

  85. So many lovely projects! A favorite family holiday tradition is to set up our Christmas tree, and hang the ornaments, both old and new.

  86. Those critters are so darn cute! My favourite family tradition is our special Christmas Eve dinner – we only get it when we visit for my family at Christmas now, but it’s still my favourite ❤️

  87. I love all of the blog inspiration this week! My favorite holiday traditions are a special meal with family and making handmade cards and gifts for family and friends.

  88. So many wonderful cards and projects this week! Thank you to everyone at Lawn Fawn for the inspiration. We don’t have a lot of family traditions anymore, especially since our children are grown and have moved away. As always, though, we do celebrate with our families on Christmas Eve. It’s a very busy day for us because we have my in-laws to celebrate with and then we have my family to celebrate with. Fortunately, my dad lives a block away and my in-laws are two blocks away!

  89. Absolutely love Nichol’s critters! My family love to go see the holiday train. The train all lit up and decorated for Christmas is just beautiful!

  90. There’s only one that has endured over the years. We all go to my brother’s for his birthday and have a party on Boxing Day. It’s the only time of the year when we all see each other. x

  91. I love all the cards but especially the ones using lots of white with punches of color! The Really Rainbow Christmas paper is perfect for that ! Gorgeous

  92. Thanks so much for the fabulous inspiration this week!!! My favorite holiday tradition is decorating house together and cooking dinner for the family.

  93. Thank you for all the holiday inspiration. The snowman would make a great fabric ornament. Samantha’s reflection penguin is so cool! Our holiday tradition is making cookies usually gingerbread or cut out shortbread cookies together as a family. We spend hours decorating, laughing and sampling before leaving the perfect one out for Santa.

  94. Love these critters!
    Beautiful creations
    in all the cards and
    tags. Our tradition
    is putting up the
    Christmas tree on
    my husband’s
    birthday, Dec. 16th.
    Been that way since
    he was a child.
    Carla from Utah

  95. My FAVORITE Holiday Tradition is Gathering to Celebrate my Dads Birthday and our Family Christmas on Christmas Eve!! It starts with Mass and Breakfast, then a Family Lunch, we open Gifts and Go to Christmas Mass!! Then eat Supper and Sing Happy Birthday to both my Dad and Jesus and Eat Birthday Cake with Home made Vanilla Bean Ice Cream!! Its my FAVORITE Day of the whole year!!

  96. So many beautiful projects to inspire us! I love the box of tags and the card with the penguin reflected in the ice!
    My favourite tradition is staying the week between Christmas and new year with my in-laws, so my daughters can spend time with their cousin and grandparents.

  97. My favorite family holiday tradition is going to my in-laws on Christmas Eve for an early celebration and then spending Christmas day with just family.

  98. Oh my goodness-all of the critter inspiration! I have made a bunch already, but now I need to go back and try out some new ideas. 🙂 That snowman critter is SO adorable! One of my favorite traditions is reading a Christmas book to my kids each night. I wrap the books in advance (we have a big box of Christmas books), and every night the kids take turns opening one of the books, and we read it together by the tree. So fun.

  99. I started a Random Acts of Christmas Kindness tradition with my kids a few years ago. It changes a little every year, but we keep it up in some way … that’s my favorite. 🙂

  100. My favorite holiday tradition is decorating our Christmas tree as a family while listening to your favorite Christmas music and eating Christmas cookies!

  101. Such beautiful designs!!!! One of our family traditions is reading “Twas the night before Christmas” while sitting around the tree before the kids go up to bed. And on Christmas day, we sit around the tree and we pray to the Angel atop of the tree and ask for prayers for those in our community who need help. It teaches the kids how to be humble and to think of others and to give back. 🙂
    Hugs,
    Jo in Jersey

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