Stampin'Up! Independent Demonstrator since 2003

  1. Drive around and look at Christmas lights
  2. Take dog/cat treats to an animal shelter
  3. Take books to a children’s hospital
  4. Visit a retirement/nursing home
  5. Make dinner for families at a Ronald McDonald House
  6. Volunteer at a homeless shelter
  7. Go to church/mass
  8. Read Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’
  9. Adopt a family
  10. Have each family member write a short paragraph for a family year-end letter
  11. Take a family photo
  12. Have appetizers for dinner on Christmas Eve with your kids {no major cooking involved!}
  13. Read the Christmas story from Luke 2:1-20
  14. Take baked goods to your local fire station
  15. Open a ‘family’ gift on Christmas Eve {like a game everyone can play that night}

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