Showing posts with label christmas. Show all posts
Showing posts with label christmas. Show all posts

Tuesday, December 31, 2019

$2.20 Funko Pop! Disney: Nightmare Before Christmas - Undersea Gal (was $11)

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Amazon has the Funko Pop! Disney: Nightmare Before Christmas - Undersea Gal on sale for $2.20 (regularly $10.99).

From Nightmare before Christmas, undersea gal, as a stylized POP vinyl from Funko! Figure stands 3 3/4 inches and comes in a window display box.

Monday, December 30, 2019

$2.49 Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Little Golden Book (regularly $5)

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Amazon has the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer Little Golden Book on sale for $2.49  (was $4.99).

All of the other reindeer make fun of Rudolph and won't let him play in their reindeer games because he's different. But when Christmas is almost cancelled because of a huge snowstorm, Rudolph comes to the rescue with his wonderful shiny red nose.

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Saturday, December 28, 2019

Price Drop - Funko Advent Calendar: Marvel 80th Anniversary $20 (regularly $50)

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Amazon Walmart has the Funko Advent Calendar: Marvel 80th Anniversary on sale for $34.95 $20 (was $49.99).  This is the #1 selling advent calendar on Amazon.




This calendar contains pocket pop's of all of your favorite Marvel characters. 







Monday, December 16, 2019

Free Things to do on Christmas Day

 

1. Take a winter walk.
2. Play some football.
3. Make a snowman.
4. Sing carols.
5. Go sledding.
6. Have a snowball fight.
7. Roast chestnuts by the fire.
8. Play a board game.
9. Write a holiday play and act it out.
10. Play charades.
11. Skype or Facetime friends and family that are far away.
12. Write thank you notes.
13. Volunteer.
14. See the Christmas lights.
15.Watch a movie.
16. Make a special recipe.
17. Make a Christmas craft.
18. Read Christmas stories aloud.
19. Coloring.
20. Make hot cocoa.
21. Look at old photo albums.
22. Work on a scrap book.
23. Listen to holiday music.
24. Make photo frames.
25. Take a winter drive.
26. Select toys to donate.
27. Cut paper snowflakes.
28. Take a family Christmas photo.
29. Create decorations.
30. Read Christmas cards aloud.
31. Track Santa.
32. Watch old home movies.
33. Take turns saying thank you.
34. Go on a Christmas scavenger hunt.
35. Tell stories of favorite Christmas Memories.

$5.99 The Polar Express Blu-ray or DVD at Amazon (regularly $15)

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Amazon has the Polar Express DVD or Blu-ray on sale for $5.99 (regularly $14.96).

The Polar Express is an enchanting holiday tale of a young boy who doubts that Santa Claus truly exists. On one special Christmas Eve, as the boy skeptically waits for the sound of sleigh bells, a magical train appears outside his home and the conductor invites him aboard. What lies ahead is an extraordinary adventure of self-discovery through which the young boy learns that for those who believe, the wonders of life never fade. 

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Sunday, December 15, 2019

Reminder: December 15 - Free Photo with Santa and Surprise Gift at Kohls

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On December 15, 2019 from 1:00 – 3:00 p.m.Kohl’s is hosting a free photo with Santa event in their toy department.

Plus, kids will be able also get a free surprise gift from Disney, Mattel, LEGO or Play-Doh.

Find more information at https://corporate.kohls.com/news/archive-/2019/november/rein-in-your-excitement---santa-s-coming-to-kohl-s--





Saturday, December 14, 2019

101 Super Easy Elf on a Shelf Ideas




If you are running out of Elf on a Shelf ideas or just looking for some new ones here are some of the simplest ideas I could find.  Let me know what you favorite ones are.

Also, remember you can get cute stuffed elfs at the Dollar Tree.

If you are new to the Elf game: "The magical Scout Elves help Santa manage his naughty and nice lists by taking note of a family’s Christmas adventures, and reporting back to Santa at the North Pole nightly," according to the official Elf on the Shelf website. "Each morning, the Scout Elf returns to its family and perches in a new spot, waiting for someone to spot them."  Each morning, your child awakens to find the family's personal elf in a new place, often doing something funny or mischievous.  Here are some ideas of what the elf can be doing:

1. Sipping on some cocoa.
2. Napping in a box of tissue.
3. Eating a candy cane.
4. Hiding in the refrigerator with a dish towel blanket wrapped around him.
5. Making a snow angel in a pile of sugar.
6. Writing a message out of cereal.  Keep it simple such as "be good."
7. Reading a book.
8. Toilet papering the Christmas Tree.
9. Hiding in a plant.
10. Wrapping presents.
11. Riding in a shoe train.  Line all of the shoes up and stick the elf in the front.
12. Playing a board game.
13. Making paper snowflakes.
14. Taking a marshmallow bath.  Place a bunch of marshmallows in the sink and stick the elf in the middle.
15. Watching TV.  Set him next to the remote and give him a little bowl of popcorn.
16. Wrapped up in wrapping paper.
17. Wrapped up in toilet tissue on top of the toilet.
18. Tucked into bed.
19. Hanging with the other stuffed animals.
20. Squishing toothpaste onto the kid's toothbrush.
21. Playing video games.
22. Making cookies.
23. Sitting above the stockings having replaced them with underwear.
24. Outside the front or back door trying to get back in.
25. Hanging in the chandelier.
26. Hiding in a stocking.
27. With the camera taking photos.
28. Coloring with a coloring book.
29. Riding on the vacuum cleaner.  This is even better with a roomba.
30. Sliding down a box.  Lean a box on an angle and have the elf on a piece of cardboard sliding down.
31. Talking on the phone.
32. In the middle of a toilet paper roll that is going down the stairs and has been partially unrolled.
33. Hugging Barbie or another doll or stuffed animal.
34. In a pile of stickers with stickers all over his body.
35. Wrapping the tree in tin foil.
36. Drawing faces on fruit.
37. Playing with Legos.
38. Stuffed in a sock in the sock drawer.
39. Dressed up in doll clothes.
40. Hiding in the tree.
41. Reading the Christmas cards.
42. Riding the train under the tree.
43. Zipping up backpacks.
44. Setting up the silverware for breakfast
45. Untying shoes.
46. On top of the tree.
47. In the manger.
48. Stuck in the blinds.
49. Hanging from the top of a shade.
50. On top of a ceiling fan set on low.
51. On top of a paper airplane.
52. Acting as a book end.
53. On the computer writing a letter to Santa.
54. Stuck in a slinky falling from the top of the stairs.
55. Playing scrabble with the tiles spelling "be good."
56. In the microwave surrounded by popcorn.
57. In the car at the wheel.
58. With his head in a bag of candy.
59. On top of a stack of cans with its hand in a basket of candy.
60. On top of a pyramid of cans.
61. On the edge of the sink having pooed chocolate chips.
62. Blowing bubble gum (a pink balloon next to gum wrappers).
63. Looking at toy ads.  You could even give it a crayon and have some of them circled.
64. Doing a jigsaw puzzle.
65. Caught in Christmas lights
66. Sliding down the railing.
67. Tied to the string of a balloon up in the air.
68. Eating a candy cane.
69. Climbing a bow wall.
70. Surrounded by a bunch of crumbled white paper balls with a sign saying "snowball fight."
71. Standing up with its legs in two tubes of wrapping paper stuffed into boots.
72. Sitting on top of the toilet paper roll with some of it pulled out and cut into snowflakes.
73. At the printer with printouts of pictures of himself.
74. Holding on to the plunger that is in the toilet.
75. Playing a toy or real instrument.
76. Having a tea party with other toys.
77. In the doll house.
78. Having eaten a piece of fruit and leaving the pit.
79. On top of a box of tissue with one in its hand and a bunch of crumpled up ones scatters around.
80. Cleaning.  On top of a cleaner holding a tiny piece of paper towel.
81. Setting the table.
82. Eating pet food with a sign saying yuck.
83. Making the grocery list.
84. Rolled up in ribbon.
85. Peeking into the gift bags.
86. Solving Math problems.
87. Having stuck bows all over the room.
88. Clipping coupons.
89. Dusting.
90. Listening to Christmas songs with headphones.
91. Sorting socks.
92. Building a block tower.
93. Playing cards.
94. Swinging from an ornament.
95. In the car with its seat belt on.
96. Floating in the tub on a bath toy.
97. Riding a stuffed animal with a parade of animals behind it.
98. Making breakfast with Christmas candy poured into a pan and the elf on the handle with a spoon in its hand.
99. Hanging in mistletoe.
100. In the wreath.
101. Washing toy cars with a sponge.

Reminder: December 14 - Free Levi’s Holiday T-Shirt Event at JCPenney


Saturday, December 14, 2019 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. JCPenney Kid Zone is hosting a free event where kids can design their own Levi’s Holiday T-Shirt.

Your store will have all of the needed materials for the kids to create their t-shirt.

Plus, parents will also get a 10% off purchase coupon valid on December 14th only.

Find more information at: https://www.jcpenney.com/m/kids-club

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

10 Fun Stocking Stuffers for Boys under $10

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Bag Of Reindeer Farts Cotton Candy (Currently $8.95)




Smack it Card Game (currently $8.99)

Makes your bike sound like a motorcycle.









Carry the beauty of the moon and project it anywhere with this convenient moon torch.





Blank Comic Book (currently $5.99)











Mummy Book Light (currently $9.20)

Slinky (currently $3.39; regularly $15)






Saturday, December 7, 2019

Free Holiday Experience Gifts



A Winter Walk

You know how Anna gives Elsa the perfect day in Frozen Fever?  Plan a holiday inspired winter walk, but instead of giving gift after gift, create a story line.  Tell your child about the landmarks you pass and how they help with the holidays and winter. 

For example:
- This tree is the protector tree and make sure all of the animals nearby are ready for the winter cold.  - This rock is the magic rock and if an animal is cold it will gently warm to help ease it's discomfort.
- This building hides a secret family of elves.  They help Santa learn about all of the kids in the neighborhood.
- This house is where the original gingerbread man was made. 

Your kids will remember it and cherish it. 


A Visit to see Santa

Many malls and stores have special events where kids can meet and get a photo with Santa and several this year are even giving gifts.


Bake Cookies

Cookies are the perfect treat for the holidays.  Share a favorite recipe or find a new one and make the cookies together.  You can then either package them as gifts from your child to special friends and family members or eat them yourselves or leave them for Santa.


Movie Night

There are lots of wonderful holiday movies.  Have a movie night and either watch one of your favorite classics or discover a new movie. 


Make an Ornament

It can be as simple as a picture hanging from a string to a more elaborate craft.  Make sure to include your child's age on the back or bottom.  


Volunteer

There are many volunteer organizations that allow children to help.  Check with your local officials or library for ideas. 

Reminder: December 7 - Free Gingerbread House Bell maker event at Michaels



Saturday December 7 from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Michaels is hosting a free Gingerbread House Bell maker event.  All supplies will be included.

Get more information at https://www.michaels.com/classes


Friday, December 6, 2019

Stocking Stuffers for Girls under $10

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Shrinky Dinks Mermaids.   Color, bake and shrink mermaid and sea creature figurines. Connect their pieces to their stands and make up exciting adventures for them.

Currently $5.98



Alex Spa Sketch and Sparkle Tattoo Pens. Use the stick on stencils to trace trendy designs, then peel off and color! Girls will love the beautiful results that are easy to create! Tattoo ink washes off with soap and water.

Currently $6.64 (regularly $8.99)



Lip Smacker Lippy Pal Lip Balm, Unicorn MagicKeep lips magically smooth & soft with this adorable, unicorn-shaped lip balm. Delivers the soft shine & moisturizing power of classic Lip Smackers lip balm in cute animal packaging. 

Currently $2.99 (regularly $3.95)



Surprise Growing Unicorn Hatching Rainbow EggJust add water and hatch your own unicorn friend! 

Currently $7.80 (regularly $12)


Super Slow Rising Scented Cat Squishy. This is Cat squishy.  You can squeeze it and squish it.  Watch your little friend rise slowly back to its original form after squishing.  Scented with cream or fruit.

Currently $6.95 (regularly $8.99)



Which Princess Are You? - A Magical Christmas Princess Personality Quiz. This fun activity book game was created as a personality quiz to determine which princess your little girl or boy is most similar to.

Currently $5.99

LED Colorful Flashing Gloves. Each glove glows red, green, and blue in 6 different modes: Solid, flashing, and alternating patterns. Simply press the button on the cuff to turn on/off. 

Currently $5.99



Fuzzy Rabbit Sleep Mask.   Super soft and comfortable for relaxation and sleep.

Currently $6.99



Notebook Doodles Go Girl!: Coloring & Activity Book.  Inside this book, you'll find 30 of my fun and inspirational notebook doodle designs that are just waiting to be filled with color! I've also included more than 20 color palettes to help get you started on your coloring adventure.

Currently $6.79
Cartoon animal socksNo show socks with anti-slip silicone featuring cute animal faces.

Currently $8.99



Flower Wooden Magnets Craft Kit. This all-inclusive kit includes four three-dimensional flower magnets in different designs, four pots of paint, a paintbrush, 12 gem stickers, and glitter glue to add extra sparkle.

Currently $4.99



Holographic Scratch Off Mini NotesBlank novelty note cards with a fun metallic layer hidden under the black matte coating.

Currently $8.99


Gratitude Journal. Divided into sections, each with a date, the book encourages writing about gratitude.

Currently $5.99

Colorful Cat Night Light.  Warm white light mode and 7-color breathing mode.

Currently $9.99



Disney Baby Minnie Hair Brush and Wide Tooth Comb Set.  Extra-soft bristles on the brush are gentle on your child's scalp while brushing. For thin or thick hair that is dry or wet, the comb has two sets of teeth for detangling. Both the brush and comb are sized just right for little hands, should your little one want to try it on his or her own.

Lib Balm Holder Key Chain. The holder is designed to snuggly fit any standard chapstick or lip balm. This ensures that the chapstick won’t fall out when needed most. 

Currently $9.53 (regularly $11.99)

Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Stocking Stuffers for Teen Under $15

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Pack of 12 Christmas themed lollipops.  Each separately bubble wrapped.  Features snowman, Santa, reindeer, Xmas tree, candy can and more.

Currently $12.99



KanoodleIncludes 200 logical thinking puzzles from basic to deviously difficult, there are hundreds of possible combinations, but only one correct answer. Perfect for enhancing problem-solving, critical thinking, and strategic thinking skills. 

Currently $8.99 (was $12.99) 



Scratch art box of mini notesIncludes 125 easy to use rainbow mini notes which kids can use to jot down notes, etch doodles, and create cool illustrations and designs
 
Currently $7.99



Difficult Riddles for Smart Kids. Collection of 300 brain teasing riddles and puzzles to make kids think and stretch their minds. Designed to test logic, lateral thinking as well as memory and to engage the brain in seeing patterns and connections between different things and circumstances.

Currently $5.49



Would you Rather? Christmas edition. 150 thought provoking and ridiculous Christmas situations to think through and talk about such as Would You Rather be driven around town by the Grinch in a limousine...OR Santa in a garbage truck?

Currently $7.99

Do you want to build a snowman?  Every Thing You Need To Make Your Own Special Snowman Friend. Set Includes Mold Able Foam Putty, 2 Eyes, 2 Arms, 1 Carrot Nose And 1 Smile Mouth.

Currently $11.95 (was $19.95)



Christmas Fun Mad Libs.  From "Christmas Vacation" to "A Visit to Santa at the North Pole," Christmas Fun Mad Libs can add laughs to your holiday. Make traditional songs and stories wacky by adding parts of speech.

Currently $4.47


Christmas Designs Coloring Book.  Features 31 full-page complex yet relaxing Christmas-inspired designs.


Currently $3.99



Scentco Holiday Smencils. Scents include: Candy Cane, Mint Cocoa, Gingerbread, Sugar Plum, and Snowberry.

Currently $6.99





Hasbro Gaming Rubik's 3X3 Cube.  One of the world's number 1 brain-teasing puzzles with billions of combinations, but only one solution. Scramble the colored squares on this addictive and multi-dimensional cube. Then twist, turn, and rotate to match up the colors again on all 9 sides.

Currently $4.16