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There is no shortage of AMAZING blog posts out there and I am a very active internet searcher, constantly looking for amazing and stand-out blog posts.
This time of year, especially. Trying to find the best posts and ideas for creating a magical Christmas, especially on a budget.
So, I have accumulated a great set of blog posts, links and pics included all related to the Wonderful and Fantastic Magic of Christmas! Convenience in one place!
Before I link other blogs I just want to point out and link some of my own great posts about Christmas.
Kid Friendly Christmas Activities that Don’t Cost a Dime!
30 ideas you can use this holiday season to create traditions and memories with your kids. All free and no-cost, so it’s perfect for ANY budget.
Santa’s Broke, Kids are Expecting Gifts. Now What?
How you can still have a magical Christmas this year on little to no money. Your kids will never need to know the struggle Santa suffers with his checkbook.
10 Great Gift Ideas that SAVE the Recipient money over and over again.
I don’t know about you, but saving money is pretty magical to me. 10 great gift ideas for adults that will save them money.
My families Christmas Story
How we celebrated Christmas 2018 together. Budget friendly and still full of family love.
Classroom Gifts on A budget
How I made gifts for my daughters kindergarten class for only $2 total, and you can too!
So without further ado, here are some great posts!
25 Christmas Traditions For Families On A Tight Budget. Victoria writes some great suggestions for Christmas activities that are little to no cost. Included is a Dollar Tree sibling gift exchange that sounds like so much fun I personally can’t wait until my son is old enough to participate!
On JustPlainMarie.ca Marie talks about some great frugal tips for making the holiday meals cheaper.
She even includes awesome tips for what to do with leftovers!
Shelley really hits the nail on the head with this post about
How to Make Christmas Magical For A Child. From talking about the budgeting aspect to actually giving great ideas about how to make it even more magical for the kids. Some great traditions listed including a wagon rides!
Check out this post on Growing a Jeweled Rose for some magical embellishments you can give to your Christmas to enhance the magic for your kids.
A lot of these ideas are actually very frugal!
Head on over to Kids Kubby to see a post compiled of delicious easy to make Christmas breakfasts that are sure to give the kids something to talk about for weeks!
Thechirpingmoms gives several great suggestions on what you can place inside a Christmas Eve box. This box is a great tradition in my own home!
This post of Kids and Toys is great! A fantastic idea and tradition that I started in my own home last year that I feel needs more spotlight around the holidays. Place a sack full of old toys the kids no longer want, out for Santa and he will take them away and recycle them to new kids (after he fixes them up.)
This teaches your kids the gift of giving and helps you by removing some of the toy clutter in the house before bringing in all those new gifts in the morning.
Traditions are important around the holidays and SimplySara has a great post about traditions as well as including several great suggestions. Some of these sound so fun that I want to start them at my house too!