Posts Tagged ‘christmas traditions’

Track Santa Day Three

Saturday, December 3rd, 2011

Tracking Santa: The Third Day (December 3) Today I redesigned dear old Santa Claus’ sleigh. Yes—I redesigned it. Every year Santa gets a new sleigh. Why do we change the model and design? Good question! It is because the design is important so it can carry certain amount of gifts. For instance, this year we […]

Christmas Tree Ideas for Christmas 2019

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

At this time of the year, with Christmas just a few weeks away, you are probably ready to look for some new Christmas tree ideas to try for this year’s upcoming holiday season. Whether you want to keep your Christmas tree in a traditional mode or you simply want to try something new, there are […]

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 […]

Track Santa 2013 Day One

Friday, December 2nd, 2011

Tracking Santa: The First Day (December 1, 2013) It is that time of the year again! We will again be busy for the next days . . . until the birthday of Jesus Christ.   Let me tell you something about myself. My name is Angel. I am the chief toy designer in Santa’s toy […]

Christmas Movies 2011

Sunday, November 27th, 2011

Watching Christmas movies is one we can do to keep the spirit of Christmas. There are no other movies than fabulous Christmas movies. Some holiday movies are quite convincing, but some are not. We combine a list of top Christmas movies of all time. Some best movies are listed below

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 […]

How to Make a Christmas Scrapbook

Tuesday, November 15th, 2011

Christmas scrapbooking is an easy and fun way to create a log of memories of certain functions, milestones etc. The greatest advantage of having a scrapbook is that by keeping all things in one place, under one book, you can flip back to the past, whenever you want. You could re live your memories, the […]

Homemade Christmas Decorations and Christmas centerpieces

Sunday, November 13th, 2011

Christmas centerpieces on tables make for great ice-breakers. Matched with special gift hampers or Christmas gift baskets, centerpieces can make an extravagant Christmas decoration during holiday season. And the good part here is that you don’t have to spend too much on this Christmas decoration. Why spend if you can make your own homemade 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 […]

Easy Meatball Recipe

Friday, November 4th, 2011

Christmas tree ornaments?  No, jolly but simple meatballs!  These are tangy appetizers that are tasty enough to be served as the main dish too!  The best part is you only need a microwave to do this. So let’s start cooking this meatball recipe for Christmas Eve! Serves  12 Preparation time 10 minutes Cooking time    20 […]

where To Spend Christmas In Manila

Friday, November 4th, 2011

The Philippines is probably the only country in Asia that is predominantly Christian. No wonder Christmas is highly celebrated, and preparation start as early as September. Christmas in the Philippines is more traditional and spiritual making it different unlike its neighboring countries, where commercialism has take over the celebration. If this is, your first time […]

Vegetable Beef Stew Recipe

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Holidayseason is coming so as the cold breeze, chillin’ us at times. Give your family the joy of eating a nice warm stew during a cold Christmas Eve – a tasty vegetable beef stew recipe to express the warmth of your love. Serves  8 Preparation time 10 minutes Cooking time    6 hours and 20 minutes […]

Stuffed Pork Loin

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

So you want your Christmas dinner to be extra special.  Why not serve pork loin as your main dish?  In this Christmas recipe, we will show how to make stuffed pork loin roasted to perfection. This recipe for Christmas serves four. Preparation time Cooking time Ingredients: 2 kg     pork loin roast 1 cup    bread crumbs […]

Top Outdoor Christmas Decorations

Thursday, November 3rd, 2011

Here is a list of Outdoor Christmas Decorations with photos. I am sure that this will give you an idea about Top Outdoor Christmas Decorations and materials for you. Make the most of out your yard, porch and doorway with these breathtaking outdoor Christmas decoration ideas. We compiled some of the best ideas for outdoor […]

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. […]