Christmas Past

Christmas Past

Christmas is nearly upon us and I know many of us are up to our eyes in glitter and tinsel. In order to try and address my work/life balance (what’s that?!), I thought I might re-share my past blog posts from the season. I shall be (& have been ) repeating some of these activities myself, or at least doing a variation. Keep an eye of my Instagram and Facebook pages for new posts as I have been sharing what we’ve been doing so far this year on there (particularly Instagram)…

Click on the images below to take you to the original posts, where you will see larger images and more details of the activities…

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Christmas Activities

My first ever post, when I had no idea what I was doing in blog terms! I’ve come a long, long way with my blog since then!

Christmas Activities from Rachel (",)

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And So It Begins… Christmas Fun

And So It Begins...Christmas Fun from Rachel (",)

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Christmas Continued

Christmas Continued... from Rachel (",)

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Festive Fun

Festive Fun from Rachel (",)

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The Festivities Continue 

The Festivities Continue... from Rachel (",)

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Free Printables

I’ve shared a number of printables, free to download, over the past couple of years. Click on the photos below to take you to the posts…

Simple Christmas Printables

Simple Christmas Printables from Rachel (",)

More Christmas Printables

More Christmas Printables - FREE printables from Rachel (",)

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Still two weeks of term left for me. Not sure if I’ll post or not next week, it depends if I have time to put this year’s photos together.

Thanks for reading!

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Would love you to come & say hello! 🙂 

– Rachel (“,)

2 Comments

  1. Having just discovered your blog I have spent my entire PPA time reading and being inspired! Wonderful work!
    I can see that you have done lots of hunting and gathering with regards to natural and heuristic resources but do you have a “go-to” shop/website/catalogue where I could build up my own resources?
    Many thanks,
    Jo

    Reply
    • Hi Jo,
      If you really want a one-stop shop, I would suggest eBay or Amazon. But if you’re prepared to visit various places on the high street, then I sources lots of things from places like Poundland/pound shops, Home Bargains, B&M, supermarkets, Hobbycraft – & of course, charity shops & car boot sales. Places like Baker Ross, TTS & Cosy (online) are fab too.

      Thanks for the lovely comment about my blog! 🙂

      Reply

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