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Every year, I wish I had more time to create more Christmas and Festive content; but between you and me, that is getting harder and harder now that I’ve got a toddler running around, and another little human on the way. I’m sure things will get easier in time, but I thought, for this year, I’d do a quick little roundup of some of my favourite Christmas posts from the past, as well as some cute Christmas ideas that I have found on other blogs I follow!

[1] No Bake Christmas Cake 

Still one of my favourite cake hacks ever! So simple, all you need to do is decorate.

[2] Christmas Wallpapers 

There is still time to make your devices festive with these fun digital wallpapers that I created. There are plenty to choose from too!

[3] Christmas Gift Guide 

If you need some last minute inspo for gifts, check out this Christmas gift guide that I put together

[4] Easy Gingerbread Truffles Idea

I made these way back when I was pregnant with Jasper – can you believe it? They are still a winner all these years later, so yummy and so easy!

[5] Scandinavian Inspired Decorating Tips 

I wish my house could look as good as Sina’s from Happy Grey Lucky. She loves monochrome, like me, and her style is super chic and effortless.  I’m obsessed with following her along, especially around Christmas time!

[6] Easy Christmas Pavlova

You can’t go wrong with a fresh pavlova, especially at Christmas time!

[7] Rope Christmas Tree Collar DIY 

Elsie + Emma from A Beautiful Mess are seriously so creative. I wish I could be half as creative as them. How cute is this Monochrome Christmas Tree Collar DIY? One day I will make something this cute!

[8] Simple DIY Christmas Cracker Idea

Speaking of being creative, there was that one year that I made my own Christmas Crackers, I was pretty chuffed with how they turned out too!

[9] Christmas Sugar Cookies 

These were so yummy and I loved getting creative with Monochrome cookies! Believe it or not, I’ve got all the ingredients for cookies sitting right here, I just haven’t found the time to make them again this year – sob! Maybe this week, keep an eye out!

[10] Christmas Watermelon Trees

If all of the above is a bit too sweet and sugary for you, then you can always try out these super easy Christmas Watermelon trees. I made these way back when I first started out this whole blogging thing (can you tell my photography has improved?!) I still love how they look and, in Australia, nothing beats fresh watermelon on a hot summery Christmas day!


What are some of your go-to Christmas ideas? I hope whatever you get up to, that Christmas brings your joy, and happiness!