Christmas Eve traditions

Xmas eve traditions

Last year we posted about starting a new Christmas Eve tradition of having Father Christmas deliver a telegram on Christmas Eve readying your little ones for the visit to come. The post also includes the link to download the telegram from Kate’s Creative Space – a blogger who posts gorgeous ideas for making your home just a little bit more welcoming with stylishly handmade ideas. This year we love the Nutcracker peg doll decorations.

We also include a gift box with the telegram which can be a taster of what is to come if they are good boys and girls and go to sleep with no fuss. Here we share what Georgie is including in her Christmas Eve parcel this year.

Xmas eve traditions

Kraft trees large gift box from Paperchase £4.50

Personalised tree decorations by Fox + Weave £3.00

Anamalz wooden toys at Toys Naturally (A donkey £6.25 and polar bear £6.25)

Slim Jym pyjamas by The Bright Company at Sidney Boo now reduced to £21.00

Crayons spelling out the boys’ names by Crayon Box from £1.00 per letter

Little robots from Bambino Goodies £2.00

She has also wrapped a book for each of the boys which can be read before bedtime whilst snuggled up in their new pyjamas.

Xmas eve traditions

Xmas eve traditions

The Polar Express 30th Anniversary Edition £5.24 – a classic for a train-mad Harry.

The Fox and the Star £14.99 – this book is stunning with beautiful pictures. We highly recommend getting a copy.

We hope you are looking forward to Christmas as much as we and our families are!

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