ULTIMATE Family Christmas bucket list

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ULTIMATE Family Christmas bucket list

Hello friends! I have shared a Family christmas bucket list in the past… but today I want to share the ULTIMATE Family christmas bucket list. This could be with your family, chosen family, friends… or even by yourself. But whatever it is, don’t let the festive season go by in a flash, make sure you enjoy some of the merriment of the holidays because if you embrace it, it’s SO much fun! Let’s go!

Watch Christmas films

Go ice skating

Drink hot chocolate

Make a snow man (if it snows!)

Go to a christingle service 

Plan a new year’s resolution 

Go carolling 

Wear christmas jumpers and hats and go litter picking with locals 

Go to a forest and pick chestnuts to roast

Make waffles for breakfast and decorate them with chocolate coins 

Donate to a food bank 

Paint rocks with festive scenes 

Watch ‘Home Alone’ 

Listen to the home alone soundtrack whilst you cook 

Make Braised cabbage 

Make sticky toffee pudding and put it in the freezer to have on christmas day

Make caramelised onion chutney to eat with your leftover sandwiches

Go ice skating at the Natural history museum 

Make a soup and eat it in front of the fire 

Go to the local ‘christmas lights switch on’ 

Host a festive-themed scavenger hunt 

Play Cluedo 

Host a potluck dinner 

Go for a long winter walk and take a thermos of hot chocolate 

Go to a National Trust home which has epic decorations 

Watch ‘The Snowman’ 

Host a christmas themed karaoke night – or go to a karaoke bar and only sing christmas songs 

Go away for a night to a log cabin or London hotel 

Re-read a book you love – by the fire 

Make a festive fairy garden 

Invite friends round for mince pies

Go shopping for gifts

Take a drive to see christmas lights or where the houses a decorated for christmas 

Visit a christmas tree farm 

Make eggnog 

Treat yourself to a scented candle which smells like christmas 

Dry slices of orange and make a wreath

Send handwritten cards to old friends 

Visit a christmas market 

Go to a carol service at your local church – everyone is welcome

Watch ‘ELF’ 

visit santa at a grotto

Set up a train track around the Christmas tree

Buy a new christmas tree for the kitchen or hallway, one is never enough!


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Decorate the outside of your house 

Make a paper chains

Make treats for the neighbours

Have a “no screen time” day

Donate old toys to charity

Bake and decorate Christmas biscuits

Write a letter to Father Christmas and put it up the chimney

Stage a power cut and play games by candlelight

Make paper snowflakes and hang them at the windows

Printable family christmas bucket list

Family Christmas bucket list