Posts Tagged ‘christmas holidays’

Best Creative Lip Makeup Ideas for Christmas Party

Thursday, August 8th, 2019

It is that amazing time of the year when all you want to do if you look pretty, bright and bold for the parties and celebration. We have been using bright and dark red lipstick or any other signature colours over the years for Christmas. However, it is time to try out new and fun […]


Tuesday, January 1st, 2019

Christmas season has just started and everyone has their own way to celebrate Christmas, some like to spend it with the family and friends, few like to spend it alone while the others like to explore the various destinations of the world. Celebration of Christmas is just not limited to one corner of the world […]

Christmas Theme Cake Ideas

Saturday, September 22nd, 2018

Christmas is the time for family, fun, frolic, and just general festiveness. It is also the time for food! Food of all tastes, varieties, taste and color. No need to worry about diets or that ever increasing waist line. Everyone knows we gain a few holiday pounds so don’t sweat it. Now since this is […]

Track Santa 2013 Day Nine

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Tracking Santa: The 9th Day (December 9) Today I learned how the people from the Philippines celebrate their Christmas season. The Filipino people—also known as ‘Pinoys’—celebrates their Christmas season like no other country does. Well—after all, every country has its own special way of celebrating the season of giving.   Anyway, how did I learn […]

Christmas Romantic Getaways

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Christmas is not just a time for giving Christmas gifts and sending out Christmas hampers and Christmas gift baskets. It is also a time for family and friends, especially couples, to have a holiday vacation. Spending a holiday in romantic getaway is most couples are looking forward for during Christmas day. As you plan for […]

Track Santa 2016 Day Eight

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Tracking Santa: The 8th Day (December 8)   Mrs. Claus suddenly visited the Toy Factory and Craft Workshop house today. It was a snowy morning, though the snow fall was not that heavy and it was tolerable. Still, it was a very cold afternoon so we were very surprised when we heard Mrs. Claus knocking […]

Track Santa 2013 Day Seven

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Tracking Santa: The Seventh Day (December 7)   Today, nothing much notable happened. Although I still believe that every single day is special and is worth writing in my Tracking Santa journal.   The day greeted me with a gentle sunshine breaking through the snow clouds. Then, after washing myself and tidying my self up, […]

Track Santa 2013 Day Six

Friday, December 9th, 2011

Tracking Santa: The Sixth Day (December 6,)   I have just got news that the elf Maria Shenova will sing on the advent of Christmas. You know, Maria Shenova, the coloratura soprano who sang ‘the First Noel’ last year like she was an angel. I know—she is just superb, right?   Well this year’s performance […]

Track Santa 2013 Day Five

Tuesday, December 6th, 2011

Tracking Santa: The Fifth Day (December 5) It is the 5th day of December this year! You know what that means? Elven square ice dancing! I was very excited.   So earlier today I went to the Ice Caps to visit good old Rudolph the reindeer. He had twisted his right hind the night before […]

Track Santa 2013 Day Four

Sunday, December 4th, 2011

Tracking Santa: The Fourth Day (December 4, 2011) Today, we did not have work at the Toy Factory and Crafts Workshop. It was a day off and it was nevertheless a very good day to rest. At the break of dawn I went of my cabin with a cup of hot chocolate on one hand […]

Cheap Christmas Shopping Ideas for Christmas Gifts

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

As you go shopping for Christmas gifts this year, remember that it’s the thought and love that go with the gift that counts. You do not have to spend thousands of dollars in gifts to express your affections towards the recipients of your Christmas presents. Here are some suggestions for simple yet useful gifts when […]

Track Santa Day Two

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

Tracking Santa: The Second Day (December 2, 2013) Today, Santa Claus gave us a short lecture. He called every elves and reindeers—Mrs. Claus was there, too, carrying cookies and warm chocolate drink—and gathered us around a big bonfire. He did not wear his traveling attire yet, but wore a fur coat (in the color of […]

Story of Evergreen Trees

Sunday, November 27th, 2011

Evergreen trees are very popular during Christmas. Many people, especially on western countries, use evergreens as their Christmas tree. Decorated with different Christmas ornaments, this tree is also called as Yule Tree and is associated with Christmas traditions. Decorating and designing an Evergreen to make it home’s Christmas décor is one of the popular activities […]

Christmas Gifts for Boyfriend

Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Aside from anniversaries and Valentine’s Day, Christmas is considered to be an exceedingly vital occasion when couples expect to receive gifts from each other.  If you are still in doubt about what kind of Christmas gifts or Christmas hampers you’re going to give to your boyfriend, here are some Christmas gifts for boyfriend. A problem […]

Top 50 Christmas Gifts for Girlfriend

Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Choosing the right Christmas gift for girlfriend can be tricky for some. Not know what their girlfriend want, some may end up shopping for the wrong Christmas present for their girlfriend. That’s when these Christmas gift ideas for girlfriend come handy. Read on to find some ideas for Christmas gift baskets and Christmas hampers for your love.

Top Christmas Gifts for Men 2020

Saturday, November 26th, 2011

Christmas 2019 is just around the corner. And you are right there, bothered by a serious question. What do men want for Christmas? Men usually prefer receiving something useful and practical as a Christmas gift. Women are aware of this reality, which is why they resort to the accepted standards of Christmas gifts for men […]

Christmas Superstitions

Friday, November 25th, 2011

Christmas is one of the most holy and joyful background celebrations for the Christian community. It is an annual celebration for the birth of Christ, who is all well-known as the great savior of all people. Most of the Christmas tradition and practice has gradually existed which includes the following:   – Traditional home decorations […]

LED Christmas Lights

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

The difference between the incandescent Christmas lights and the LED Christmas lights is a whopping thirty three percent (33%) increase on your power usage as a result of using the normal incandescent lights. Bear in mind, that the LED Christmas lights remain cooler than the incandescent ones.

Pork Lechon – Traditional Christmas Food Only In The Philippines

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

Lechon or whole suckling pig is very popular in the Philippines especially during special occasions or celebration like Christmas. In fact, lechon is not just a popular food during the holiday season but a Christmas tradition.   The lechon in the Philippines regardless of size is roasted whole over a live charcoal. The method of […]

Christmas Wallpapers Gets You Into The Holiday Mood

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

I know everyone would agree if I say Christmas is never an ordinary event each year. Knowing it’s a season of homecoming for folks working away from home, a bonding moment among family members and relatives, sharing of good cheers among the neighborhood, reconciliation among conflicted parties and especially a time of self reflection about what […]

History of Christmas Mistletoe

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

Christmas is a season for love, peace and giving. During Christmas, different kinds of Christmas gifts, Christmas hampers, Christmas ornaments and decorations swarm the local and online stores. However, Christmas holiday is not just about material things and fancy Christmas gift baskets and stuffs. It’s not also about flashy Christmas cards and gift tags. Christmas […]

Christmas Eve Traditions

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

Christmas is one of the most anticipated festivals of the year for those who celebrate it. They look forward to Christmas and prepare for it with great zeal and enthusiasm. While children keep themselves busy in preparing lists for Santa, the more grown up group of people have countless things to take care of, like […]

Christmas Party Favors

Saturday, November 12th, 2011

The festive season will be filled with party invites, gift exchanges, shopping, eating out in places that are of sentimental value, and more fun loving activities that you and your loved ones will be involved in. Amidst all this, do not forget to plan out your Christmas party favors. They are gifts given to your […]

Best Christmas Gift Baskets To Give To Your Loved Ones This Christmas!

Thursday, November 10th, 2011

It is well established that Christmas is the most anticipated and celebrated occasion across the world not only for kids and teens but also for adults.  Perhaps for a large section of the people in the world Christmas is the most awaited special day. When Christmas season comes, people welcome it with tremendous joy and […]

Cool Christmas Gifts for Kids

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Christmas is always the time for gift giving and the time when every kids get a new toy and clothes. It is also a time whereas parents are looking for the most special Christmas gifts for their kids. If you are still clueless as to what to give your kids, niece or nephew then my list of […]

Office Christmas Party Games

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Christmas is just around the corner guys and it’s time for all of you to celebrate!  Many of you must be planning for his special day from months back. Christmas is a special day when lovers unite; friends get to meet each other, relatives dance around the splattering bon fire and it’s a reunion of […]

Creative Christmas Gift Wrapping Ideas To Make Your Gifts Even More Interesting!

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Here, I’ve listed some of creative Christmas gift wrapping ideas that may help you as you shop and wrap your gift this Christmas season. All you need is a little patience, passion and creativity, you’ll be able to wrap your gift on your own.

Christmas Tree Decorations 2018

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Browse these beautiful and amazing christmas tree decorating ideas with pictures. Use these ideas in decorating your own Christmas tree. Hopefully, this may help you to figure out how to decorate a christmas tree and get it ready for the holiday season.

Turkey Meatballs Recipe

Monday, November 7th, 2011

Turkey is a traditional dish to serve during Christmas dinner.  Instead of cooking the usual turkey roast, why not try our recipe for turkey meatballs?  It’s easier and quicker to cook! Makes  3 dozen Preparation time 10 minutes Cooking time    30 minutes Ingredients: For the Meatballs: For the Sauce: 700 g   ground turkey 2 pcs    eggs […]

The Nativity Story (Movie Film)

Monday, November 7th, 2011

The Nativity Story is a film that dramatizes the birth of Jesus.  It was released in 2006.  The film opens with the killing of many infants whose “crime” is having being born in and around Bethlehem during the reign of King Herod. Mary and Joseph Mary is a young fiance’ to Judean called Joseph. As […]

List Of Popular Christmas Songs

Monday, November 7th, 2011

By nature, human are indeed music lovers. There is never an event without songs that perfectly suit as background music and dance purposes. Most of all, it’s an entertaining bonding moment to sing along together with the family and friends. I’m really excited to share with you the songs of the upcoming Yuletide season. Yes […]

The Nutcracker Story

Monday, November 7th, 2011

The Story of Nutcracker known as “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” is a Christmas story written by E. T. A. Hoffmann in 1816. The nutcracker story revolves around Marie Stahlbaum and her favorite doll toy – Nutcracker. Christmas Story for Kids: “The Nutcracker and the Mouse King” Marie and Fritz, her brother, are sitting […]

Cranberry Punch

Saturday, November 5th, 2011

Have a merry Christmas by serving this delicious punch in your parties.  Drink and be merry! Serves  12 Preparation time 6 hours and 20 minutes Ingredients: 6 cups cranberry juice 1 cup    vodka 4 cups  lemonade ½ cup   Cointreau liqueur 750 g   watermelon, seedless and cut into 1.5-cm slices   Procedure: Pour one cup of […]

Cream Pie Recipe

Saturday, November 5th, 2011

Want to serve the kids something sweet after the usual Christmas dinner? Try our no-bake Christmas dessert recipe which is easy to prepare! It requires no oven, no baking – hassle free! It can serve  8 Preparation time 15 minutes plus chilling time Ingredients: 2 packs Graham cracker crusts 250 g   cream cheese, softened 1 […]

Potato Cookies: No-Bake Cookie

Saturday, November 5th, 2011

Want an easy Christmas treats for your kids? Then try preparing this yuletide goodie which is easy and fast to prepare. It is a treat perfect for those who crave for chocolates and potatoes. Let’s get cookin’! Makes  4 dozen Preparation time: 1 hour and 15 minutes Ingredients: ¾ cup   potatoes, mashed 4 cups  coconut […]

Holiday Cocktails

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Mr. Snowman’s Gin This is an easy-to-make fruity cocktail ideal for Christmas cocktail parties.  Just the frappe you need to counter the warmth you’re feeling inside. Let’s get started! Serves  12 Preparation time 75 minutes   Ingredients: 6 cups  ice, crushed 1 ¼ cup gin ½ pc    seedless watermelon (with its rind removed), cut into […]

Santa Cocktail: A Christmas Drink

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Throwing a Christmas party?  While the kids are enjoying their orange juice, unwind with your friends with this berry yummy drink! Let’s prepare a simple Christmas cocktail recipe. Serves  8 Preparation time 15 minutes Ingredients: 250 g   blackberries ¼ cup   lime juice 750 ml  rose sparkling wine, chilled 125 ml  vanilla vodka (or pure vodka […]

Bibingka Recipe – Christmas Food In The Philippines

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Bibingka is a Filipino food that is very common in the holiday season. Weeks before Christmas, many vendors would be selling the Pinoy rice cake outside churches especially during the traditional “Simbang Gabi” and “Midnight mass”, along with other Filipino native food or kakanin.   Special Bibingka is made with water or coconut milk, rice […]

French Onion Soup Recipe

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Winter is coming and what better way to counter the coldness than a classic onion soup?  Yes, onions will make you cry, but with our soup, it will be tears of joy. Here’s an easy Christmas soup recipe – the French Onion Recipe! Serves  8 Preparation time 5 minutes Cooking time    35 minutes Ingredients: 2 […]

Filipino Christmas Traditions

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

Filipinos celebrate Christmas season as early as September, so it is not surprising that Philippines hold the record for the longest Christmas celebration worldwide. Many Filipinos living and working abroad come home during Christmas just to celebrate with their family, as part of their Christmas traditions and simply because Christmas in the Philippines is different. […]

Religious Christmas Story: Nativity Story from the Bible

Saturday, October 22nd, 2011

Long time ago in Nazareth, there lived an ordinary young woman named Mary. Mary was engaged to be married to Joseph, a Jewish carpenter. She lived an ordinary life until one day, Angel Gabriel appeared before her and told her that she had been chosen to carry the Son of God and that she should […]