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No Christmas party would be complete without a set of fun Christmas party games!  Whether you need games to keep children occupied, or games that would entertain a room full of adults, there are plenty of options out there.  Here are a few crowd pleasers that are sure to be a hit:

Ornament Relay:  You need a bigger space for this one (It works great for Church Christmas parties).  Start by dividing the participants into two even teams.  One person from each team is the starter.

Pile round plastic balls in two buckets, one for each team.  You can do this race with ornaments, but plastic is best to avoid broken glass everywhere.  Red and green balls work great!  This is the home base.  The number of balls should only be what one person could carry awkwardly, usually around 15.

The starter should start at the home base.  When the whistle blows, he or she should race across the room, fill his hands with all of the balls, and race back to the team.  Give the balls to the next person, who runs to the home base and deposits all the balls and runs back.

The next person in line has to run to the home base, gather up all the balls, and run back with them.  If she accidentally loses any balls, she has to go back and get them before continuing on with the race.  She should give them to the next person in line, who returns them to the home base.  Continue until everyone on the team has had a turn.

The winner is the team who gets all the members to carry balls across the room one time.

 

Christmas Charades:  This twist on a classic is always fun.  Write down Christmas activities like stuffing a turkey, writing Christmas greetings,  wrapping gifts, hanging stockings, brainstorming Christmas party ideas, ect.

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Unwrapping Race:  Did you ever race to see who could unwrap their presents the fastest?  This race will bring back those childhood memories.  Take a series of boxes that are small, medium, and large.  Wrap the smallest one and place it inside the medium one.  Wrap the medium one in a way that’s harder to unwrap, using more tape and ribbons.  Place this one inside the large one.  Wrap the largest box in multiple layers of wrapping paper and use duct tape.  Make it really hard to unwrap.

Then, divide the attendees into groups.  Each member of the group will have thirty seconds to try to unwrap the box.  At the end of the time limit, the team with the box or boxes that is unwrapped the most wins.  You can make it even more fun by having prizes inside the smallest box for the winners (or for everyone, if that’s how you roll!)   If you’re stuck for ideas for prizes, make sure you check out Gift Ideas for Christmas.  You can also find some awesome gift ideas for everyone on your list there.

 


Decorating with Christmas Figurines


What would Christmas be without decorating for the season?   We use lights, garland, candles, ornaments, icicles (tinsel) and have a beautiful tree.  We place stocking hangars on the mantle.  Special Christmas figurines are a beautiful addition to the décor.   There are Christmas figurines available that are crafted by fine artists.  They can be purchased as collectibles because many artists issue a new figurine every Christmas.  These collections can be handed down to your children to adorn their homes at some point.  You can also buy them as gifts to include in your Christmas greetings.

Christmas Decorating

A special Christmas angel makes a beautiful Christmas tree topper.  If you’re a plate collector, Christmas plates can be interchanged with the plates that you normally display.  Or, you may have a special set of Christmas china that you use to adorn your table for Christmas dinner with family.

Christmas is a Time for Family Tradition

Christmas offers families the opportunity to establish great traditions.  Depending on what part of the world your ancestors hail from, traditions are as varied as the holiday itself.  Food, family, gift exchange, religion, décor and the day the holiday is celebrated all play a major role in a traditional Christmas.  There are Christmas pageants put on at schools, town squares are beautifully decorated and sometimes you’ll find a tree on every major city corner.  During the Christmas season, besides the mad dash in the stores, friends and family come together to enjoy good food and even better company.

Figurines as Gifts

Regardless of your family heritage or the heritage of those around you, you can still enhance their Christmas holiday celebrations with the sharing of your traditions.  What better way to get to know your friends and neighbors.  And even if your friends don’t celebrate Christmas when and how you do, you can still give them gifts.  There are so many beautiful handcrafted Christmas figurines that you can share with them.  They are some that are movie-themed like Disney Traditions and yet others made by Thomas Kinkade that are timeless treasures.  Willow Tree Angels are beautiful and are made to look like hand carvings.  There are Christmas figurines to suit all your gift-giving or collectable needs.

What would Christmas be without decorating for the season? We use lights, garland, candles, ornaments, icicles (tinsel) and have a beautiful tree. We place stocking hangars on the mantle. Special Christmas figurines are a beautiful addition to the décor. There are Christmas figurines available that are crafted by fine artists. They can be purchased as collectibles because many artists issue a new figurine every Christmas. These collections can be handed down to your children to adorn their homes at some point. You can also buy them as gifts to include in your Christmas greetings.

Christmas Decorating

A special Christmas angel makes a beautiful Christmas tree topper. If you’re a plate collector, Christmas plates can be interchanged with the plates that you normally display. Or, you may have a special set of Christmas china that you use to adorn your table for Christmas dinner with family.

Christmas is a Time for Family Tradition

Christmas offers families the opportunity to establish great traditions. Depending on what part of the world your ancestors hail from, traditions are as varied as the holiday itself. Food, family, gift exchange, religion, décor and the day the holiday is celebrated all play a major role in a traditional Christmas. There are Christmas pageants put on at schools, town squares are beautifully decorated and sometimes you’ll find a tree on every major city corner. During the Christmas season, besides the mad dash in the stores, friends and family come together to enjoy good food and even better company.

Figurines as Gifts

Regardless of your family heritage or the heritage of those around you, you can still enhance their Christmas holiday celebrations with the sharing of your traditions. What better way to get to know your friends and neighbors. And even if your friends don’t celebrate Christmas when and how you do, you can still give them gifts. There are so many beautiful handcrafted Christmas figurines that you can share with them. They are some that are movie-themed like Disney Traditions and yet others made by Thomas Kinkade that are timeless treasures. Willow Tree Angels are beautiful and are made to look like hand carvings. There are Christmas figurines to suit all your gift-giving or collectable needs.