Here we are on Day 7 of our 12 Days of Christmas and we have another great free printable for you.
Cooking Christmas dinner can be daunting for some so we have a simple Christmas Dinner Planner for you.
On the first sheet list all the food you have to cook and how long it takes. Then on the second sheet you can list the in the order you need to cook it with the time you want it to go on next to.
Tick each box as you put it on to cook. Simple!
Other Free Christmas Printables:
It’s Day 6 which means we are half way through our 12 Days of Christmas.
We have another giveaway for you. Once lucky person can win a £10 Kids One Stop Shop Gift Voucher and some great stocking fillers. We have a Moshi Monster keyring and a super cute cat pencil case.
To enter just follow the instructions in the rafflecopter widget below.
Be quick its only running for 48 hours!
We have the cutest owl bib for you to win today.
If you haven’t already check out our other 12 Days of Christmas we have some great free printables for you.
To enter just follow the instructions in the raffle copter widget below.
Be quick its only open for 48 hours.
Its the 1st of December and the official countdown to Christmas has began and so has our 12 Days of Christmas.
Over the next 12 days we have some great free printable’s and giveaways for you.
Today we have some Letter to Santa’s that you can print off for your children to use.
If you write to Santa by the 6th December Santa will try to reply.
Come back tomorrow and see what we have for Day 2
Over the last week we have shared some of our Homemade Christmas Decorations with you. We started with our Toilet Roll Hoops, then we had the mini dried oranges, next was our Christmas stars and we ended yesterday with our Salt Dough Decorations.
There are so many great ideas we have found we though we share some of our favourites with you.
Here Comes The Girls have made these gorgeous Christmas Bulbs Sun Catchers
The Go To Mum and her children have been making these super simple Clay Dough Tree Decorations
Why not try these Toilet Roll Snowmen by Red Ted Art.
We loves these Advent Angels from Mum In The Madhouse
Let your children get messy making Nurture Stores painted Christmas Wreath
Have a great Christmas decoration or craft post? Add it to our linky below
These are my daughter’s favourite decorations to make as it involves getting a bit messy. You can get quite a few decorations out of a batch of this dough.
You Will Need:
- 1 Cup of Plain Flour
- ½ Cup of Salt
- ½ – 1 cup of Water
- Food Colouring (optional)
- PVA Glue
- Yarn, string, ribbon
- Glitter (optional)
- Mix the flour, salt and water together to make dough. If you are making coloured dough add the food colouring now.