Creative Christmas Bundle 2015 Blog Hop {Feeling Crafty}

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Welcome to the Creative Christmas Blog Hop! We hope you’ll enjoy a day of festive fun and inspiration as the Scrapbook Bundles designers showcase the products available in the Creative Christmas 2015 Bundle. Click through all the blogs before 11:59 EST and be sure to leave a comment on each and every one, because at the end of the hop ONE lucky “hopper” will win a complete bundle before you can even buy it! So grab a drink, flex your mouse-clickers, and relax. We’re going to bring you your most creative, enjoyable and stress-free Christmas yet!

The spirit of Christmas truly makes this time of year absolutely magical, wouldn’t you agree?! Besides spending time with loved ones, I love getting crafty and making even little things extra special, particularly for my daughters! One of our newer family traditions is enjoying a North Pole Breakfast with our annual Elf friend, Buddy.

Connie Hanks Photography // // North Pole Breakfast Printable available on Etsy

Our special elf, sent from Santa to assess if my girls will be on the nice or naughty list, makes his appearance in early December, and disappears the night of Christmas Eve. We’re pretty lucky that he’s not a naughty or mischievous elf, but he definitely keeps an eye on our girls!

Connie Hanks Photography // // North Pole Breakfast Printable available on Etsy
Print, cut and create your “North Pole Breakfast” banner, with two types of snowflakes!

We have a special North Pole Breakfast with Buddy. Some of our friends wake up to a special North Pole Breakfast when their elves arrive. For our family, we have ours on the last day that Buddy is with us and we bid him adieu with a fabulous breakfast with lots of powdered sugar, marshmallows and whipped cream… you know, stuff to remind him of the snow he’ll be going home to! We have powdered donuts, hot cocoa, snowman shaped pancakes, with bacon scarves and berry buttons! We’ll even have santa hats made of strawberries, bananas and marshmallows! It’s a special breakfast, and a special meal and celebration deserves special decorations! So, I created this printable set, which I am thrilled with and hope you are too!

Connie Hanks Photography // // North Pole Breakfast Printable available on Etsy
Welcome sign table tent for all to enjoy!
Connie Hanks Photography // // North Pole Breakfast Printable available on Etsy
Customizable table tents – add names, menus or more!
Connie Hanks Photography // // North Pole Breakfast Printable available on Etsy
One to five inch circles to make your very own garland to decorate your home!
One to five inch circles – with and without snowflakes and icons!
Straw flags make every sip that much more special!
Treat toppers add a great finishing touch to every display!

Every kid and even big-kids-at-heart love party decorations, so why not turn one of your meals into a special celebration?!

The North Pole Breakfast printable is currently available in my Etsy shop for just $10. But for Black Friday, I’ve collaborated with 13 other designers, and we’re bundling hundreds of dollars worth of printables, classes, tutorials, cut files and more, for only $29.99!!! Trust me, you don’t want to miss out on this bundle!

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The items in the bundle are beyond adorable, beyond useful, beyond perfect! You’ll be so happy to get all these goodies! Not only will your recipients be thrilled, but you’ll be so happy with the projects you can work on and the fact that all the hard work has been done! You get to work on these awesome projects without having to come up with the concept and create it from scratch – so much thought and creativity has been put into all these projects – you get to make all these creations with your own twist and make your Christmas season truly enjoyable!

So tell me, what’s your favorite or newest Christmas tradition that you’re looking forward to this year? Be sure to leave me a note in the comments so you can be eligible to win the bundle!

Now CLICK HERE to hop on over to my amazing, crafty and planner-sister-from-another-mister Cara over at the Hooting Pirate and find out more about her fantastic planner printables that are part of the Creative Christmas Bundle as well! I already can’t wait to get my hands on them and put them to great use this holiday season!

Here’s the ENTIRE line-up for the Creative Christmas 2015 Blog Hop! Remember, comment on each blog along the hop for your chance to win a complete bundle before you can even buy it! Woot woot!

As always, thanks for stopping by my little colorful spot on the web! Have a joyful, creative, blessing filled day! And make sure you’re on the Clicky Chick Creates email list so you don’t miss a thing! Sign up here!

Live (and plan) creatively!

29 responses to “Creative Christmas Bundle 2015 Blog Hop {Feeling Crafty}”

  1. Adorable set! My favorite tradition is that my children and grandchildren come over and we celebrate Christmas together before we go and join the rest of the family!


  2. I love yours printables! For Christmas, I would like to made more home made decorations and more creativity!!! Thank you for your help ♥♥♥


  3. You are so creative, Connie! No new traditions here and no kids around except for a couple of hours. My boys are grown and we totally missed out on the elf thing, which is very cute.


  4. Love the toppers!! I have a Women’s Brunch in December where we bring desserts, I am thinking about doing cupcakes and adding the toppers for some fun!!!! One of my favorite things during the Christimas season is when our choir does our presentation for the church. I love Christmas and all it represents!

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    • Oh Jerrilee, what a fantastic annual tradition! Our Children’s Choir performance on Christmas Eve is definitely one of my favorites, too! And I love your idea for the cupcake toppers – how fun that would be! Sounds like you already have great plans to enjoy this merry and festive Christmas season!


  5. What a sweet idea for welcoming or saying goodbye to those sweet elves! I so wish that Elf on the Shelf would’ve been around when my kids were small. So I think that this year I will begin the tradition with my niece and nephew, ages 4 and 6. I’m sure they will love to see what trouble their favorite elf will cause each time they visit!

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