Thursday, January 8, 2015

Looking for Rudolph Part One: Printables Roundup

January is actually a great time to look for free printables. Many of these were added during the crazy weeks of December, where we couldn't take on even one more thing.  Most importantly print or save them to your computer now because some may be time limited freebies!

These are a couple of years old but still as cute as can be. Game cards from The Mother Huddle.

Another cute game at Over The Big Moon
All the rage...chalkboard printables....frame them....hang them! They look super cute in white or red frames!  These are available at ArtseeFartsee.
Another sweet printable. In a red frame this will really pop!  I think it would look nice with a nativity display! You can find it at: Creating Eden
There are several colorful free printables over at SmileBox  I like that the colors are not traditional Christmas colors!
Happy printing....I'll be back next week with another round up of ideas!

Thursday, January 1, 2015

Rudolph Days 2015


I'm going to base my 2015 Rudolph Day list (loosely) on my Great Pumpkin Day framework.

January 2015: Looking for Rudolph in all the Right Places (gathering ideas for 2105)

February 2015: Rudolph Love (make a Christmas/winter craft or d├ęcor item)

March 2015: Mistletoe and Merry Making: (Party planning 2015 holiday season)

April 2015: Merry Christmas Memories (work on Elf journal or other memory keepers)

May 2015: Holiday Nibbles and Drinks (gather recipes to use in 2015)

June 2015: Stocking Stuffer Hunt (go on a shopping spree to get stocking stuffers done early)

July 2015: Counting the Days (planning advent calendar, gifts etc, as I want to do something different this year)

August 2015: It's Only an Elf (planning elf activities and gathering supplies)

September 2015:  Weekly Challenges (set up weekly tasks/challenges for Sept-November to be ready early)

October 2015: Rocking Around the Christmas Tree (send out Save the Date cards for all events)

November 2015: Jingle Bell Kitchen (set up the kitchen for the holiday season)

December 2015: Celebrate the Day!

Each month I'll blog on Thursdays about the topic for that month's Rudolph Day...hopefully we will all keep on track!