As younger adults many of us associated Christmas In July with bar crawls. As parents we associate it with a reminder that we have six months to clear the Christmas debt from last year. Oh how times have changed. If you’re me or if you’re reading this then you may be looking to create new memories with the kids on the 25th of July. I’ve always loved Christmas but seeing it through my children’s eyes has become one of my greatest joys. Celebrating in July means no pressure, no gifts, just FUN in the SUN.
I have a lightbox just like the one you can get here https://amzn.to/2LXeEop I truly use this for almost every occasion. It comes with 109 letters, symbols, and numbers. The possibilities are endless. I then brought out my Nostalgia Snow Cone Maker. https://amzn.to/2NWgHd3 and added some flare from both the Dollar Tree and my Christmas box in the attic.
You can make your own ice-cream bar or take home from Zoyo.
The cups used for the snow cones are actually meant for icecream and come in three packs at the Dollar Tree complete with plastic spoons.
I used Microsoft Word to create snowball labels and made sure to fill white water balloons to complete the “snowball” illusion.
Let’s face it, its not Christmas until Santa comes. Absolutely one of my top 5 favorite Amazon purchases. Get yours here https://amzn.to/2K5UWp1 My oldest son knew it was grandpa and my youngest toddler was just beyond amazed “WOW” he kept repeating. For $15 it served its purpose. Complete with beard, hat, suit, boot covers, and belt. Dad belly or pillow not included. We laughed SO hard and my son told me “Ill never forget grandpa wearing that suit”.
OK so maybe this is a little over the top but I really wouldn’t have it any other way.