Still not sure how you are going to decorate your home for Christmas. This post is specifically designed for you! Just tonight we stumbled upon these adorable, easy to execute last minute budget friendly Christmas decor ideas. All you need to do is to raid your garage (or junk closet) for picture frames, clip boards or any other display materials you are not currently using. Now print out one or more of these fabulous Christmas art prints and place them in the frames. Cheap, cute, and meaningful. We are obsessed. Continue Reading →
Looking for the perfect holiday grab bag, white elephant gift exchange, stocking stuffer, or gag gift? PartyIdeaPros.com has put together our best of the best funny, fun, strange, and yes, sometimes goofy, holiday gifts list. Keep checking back – we are adding items every day! This year we have also included a few gifts that would be appropriate business gifts too. Happy Holidays and Party Hearty!
Party Idea Pros first stop for holiday gag gifts is often Stupid.com — gag gifts are its specialty. It carries everything from a racing grannies wind up toy sets to “inappropriate” Santa toilet paper, holiday theme gift wrap and Christmas ornaments to drinking helmets and beer holsters. The list goes on and on.
If you are in charge of planning the holiday gift exchange party, check out these invitations!
Here are a few more (or less) appropriate ideas … (Keep checking back. We add new gifts almost every day!)
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Our friends over at MomMeMatch.com (the folks that brought us the definitive collection of Matching Family Holiday Pajamas) have put together this great last minute kids holiday gifts and stocking stuffers guide. It is to last minute kids gifts what our Holiday Grab Bag, White Elephant Gift Exchange, Stocking Stuffers & Gag Gift Guide is for for Christmas & Hanukkah gifts in general. Continue Reading →
Are these not the cutest candy Christmas tree treats ever? Perfect to serve at a holiday parties, Christmas Day open houses and even to give as stocking stuffers or small holiday gifts of endearment. We also love the fact that these Christmas tree treats are so easy for the kids to make themselves. While you are preparing your holiday meal, set the kids (and other family members that might be under-foot) up at the kitchen table, and put them all to work. Now add an individual Christmas Tree Treat at each place setting. You can set them in the middle of each plate or use as a place card holder >> just lean a small place card up against your hand Christmas Tree! #toocute
Candy Christmas Tree Ingredients
2 Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cups
1 Regular Reeses Peanut Butter Cup
1 Hershey Kiss
Red & White Sprinkles
How2 Create these Adorable Candy Christmas Tree Treats
Stack ingredients as pictured. Use a Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cups for the bottom. Add the Regular Reeses Peanut Butter Cup on top of it securing all layers with sugar glue. Now add another Miniature Reeses Peanut Butter Cup and top with a Hershey's Kiss. Finally decorate your Candy Christmas Tree Treats with icing and sprinkles. Enjoy!
Holiday gift exchanges and Christmas gift grabs are a fun part of the holiday season. Make the traditional gift exchange into a game and add a fresh and festive element to your home and office holiday parties. If you are stumped for gift ideas, Be sure to check out Party Idea Pros comprehensive list of Holiday Grab Bag, White Elephant Gift Exchange & Gag Gift Ideas (it really is quite a good list, if we do say so ourselves 🙂 )
Holiday Gift Exchange Games >> Gift Grab or Gift Wars
Courtesy of Amazing Christmas Ideas
How the game is played…
The game is fun, because each person gets to select a wrapped gift, unwrap it and then possibly lose it to someone else and have to select again. Being able to select from unwrapped gifts or “steal” a gift someone is holding is what makes this game so much fun. Continue Reading →
This one is for you, Joe! All of us here at PartyIdeaPros LOVE donuts. So when we were challenged by a reader to come up with 5 ways to serve donuts this holiday season, it was challenge on! Personally, we would probably glitter up our donuts with red, green, blue, silver and gold edible glitters, depending on what holiday we are celebrating that day! Add or subtract edible glitter, to taste (and yes, pun intended!). Continue Reading →