Struggling to keep your Christmas party alive? Try out both these new and classic Christmas party games that are sure to keep kids and adults alike engaged and entertained!
Cool Christmas Party Games to Get Your Gathering Going1. Christmas Sticker Stalker
Stealth is required to play this game that will put your guests on their edge and on the lookout–of course, in a fun and exciting way! This sticker stalker game is a fun, sneaky game that can be played over the course of an entire party. Hand out 10 stickers to each of your party guests, which they will attempt to stick on another person without being busted. You don't want to get busted if you don't want the person having a free pass at sticking a sticker on you!
2. Christmas Stocking Guessing Game Christmas Stocking Guessing Game Photo by Party Game Ideas
This is an excellent sensory game for children. Fill a stocking with mystery items then pass the stocking around. Let the children take turns guessing what's inside it. The kids can smell it, shake it, or simply feel the stocking to know what's inside. There is another version to this game where you have several stockings with only one object inside for the participants to guess.
Well, kids can't have all the fun right? This game starts with 12 jingle bells loaded inside an empty tissue box attached to the waist (directly above the backside). By dancing, prancing or doing the jingle bell hop, the contestant must get all 12 bells out of the box with no hands. That's right, no hands!
4. Face the Gingerbread Man Face the Gingerbread Man Photo by The Link Home
Give your facial muscles that much needed exercise with this game. To play this game, simply move the Gingerbread Man towards your mouth using only your facial muscles. No hands required. That's right, start stretching those cute little muscles now.
This fun game is a rock, paper, and scissors with a Holiday twist. Giants, wizards, and elves are only one of the hilarious Christmas games everyone can join in. Here's an idea: how about having the participants dress the part for added excitement?
7. Sing Song Ping Pong Sing Song Ping Pong Photo by Nikkole Weber
10. Snowblower Game Snowball Games Photo by Thinking IQ
We cannot get enough of the Minute to Win It game show, and you'll also love this game show-inspired snowball Christmas game. Participants will blow at a ping pong ball towards cups to catch them at the end of the table. The player with the most ping pong ball wins.
11. Snowflake Race
Players put a paper snowflake on top of their heads and race from one end of the room to the next without their snowflake falling off their heads and without using their hands. What's the challenge? The snowflakes are made from paper, so keeping them on your head at all times will be the tricky and fun part!
12. Do You Wanna Build A Snowman? Frozen Family Fun Night Photo by Not Consumed
The beloved Olaf the snowman of Frozen still hasn't lost his charm. In fact, we are more so endeared to him come winter and a snowman-inspired game on Christmas couldn't be any more perfect. For this fun game, you will need lots of toilet paper rolls. Expect a huge mess after, but enjoy the huge laughs from your guests!
For Christmas party games for large groups, watch this video from Outscord for more (like, 100 more!) Minute to Win It-inspired Christmas games:
Minute to Win It: 100 Party Games | The Ultimate List - YouTube
Christmas games and activities can get repetitive and boring year after year, but with these fun ideas for Christmas party games, we can see it's going to be even more exciting this year. With your Christmas party ideas laid out and planned, make sure to list these Christmas party games for another Christmas party to remember!
Did you enjoy our list of 12 Christmas party games? Do you have a favorite Christmas party game that’s a staple on your homestead? Share it with us in the comments and we’ll give it a shot!
Have a delightful feast this holiday season with these mouth-watering Pioneer Woman recipes! These are the best appetizers, entrees, drinks, and dessert recipes from The Pioneer Woman’s cookbook.
Pioneer Woman Recipes for a Scrumptious Holiday Feast1. Brussels Sprouts with Balsamic and Cranberries Brussels Sprouts with Balsamic and Cranberries Photo by The Pioneer Woman
These brussels sprouts with balsamic and cranberries is a Christmas side dish you need to make. This gorgeous dish is appropriately colorful with its green and red color. Healthy and oh-so-delicious! Both kids and adults will give this a hearty thumbs up!
Don’t get me wrong, I love mashed potatoes. But just in case you want to make something more special with your potatoes this Christmas, consider these duchess potatoes as fancy-schmancy mashed potatoes!
3. Mushrooms Stuffed with Brie Mushrooms Stuffed with Brie Photo by The Pioneer Woman
If you like your mushrooms stuffed, then these mushrooms stuffed with Brie is the Christmas recipe you’ve been looking for! They're decadent, beautiful, and heavenly–perfect itty-bitty apps for the holiday party.
These Christmas tortilla rollups are definitely pleasing to the eye and filled with holiday flavors. They may look like your Christmas dessert, but believe me, they aren’t. Grab some tortillas for a yummy appetizer.
If you don’t want to drink that whiskey for Christmas, why not add it to your side dish, instead? This whiskey-glazed carrot is one of those delightfully scrumptious Christmas party recipes you can use for any other special occasion.
You’ll love sweet rolls even more with this caramel apple sweet rolls recipe. A surprisingly decadent sweet roll loaded with caramel apples and finished with a sweet caramel icing. Amazingly rich– just a few bites are enough to blissfully satisfy your cravings.
If you're into buns instead of rolls, these caramel apple sticky buns are the perfect alternative you can try. Imagine caramel apples and sticky buns colliding inside your mouth–this delectable recipe will give you a merrier holiday!
Since Christmas is a celebration, why not bake a cake? And I have to say, this Christmas rum cake is just the thing you need to make the season more festive.
13. Cleta Bailey’s Toffee Squares Cleta Bailey’s Toffee Squares Photo by The Pioneer Woman
Grab your pizza cutter and start making squares of this delectable Christmas treat. You'll love these toffee squares. They’re real cookies but look just like toffee. So easy and fun to make! Perfect for your holiday baking or anytime you want to have a quick and delicious dessert.
Here’s your scrumptious alternative to the usual cake pops: marshmallow pops! If you're planning to host a children's party for the holiday, making these yummy-licious pops can be a fun activity for all ages.
Grab some candied cherries and start making these delicious Christmas cherries. Sweet little cookies that will surely have room on everyone's Christmas cookie plate.
20. Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies Chocolate Candy Cane Cookies Photo by The Pioneer Woman
These chocolate candy cane cookies are adorable and delicious. Super easy to make, if you have a little helper around ask them to lend you a hand, even though you might end up cleaning up after them. For sure your effort will be all worth it!
21. Pioneer Woman's Favorite Christmas Cookies My Favorite Christmas Cookies Photo by The Pioneer Woman
Bake a batch and have the kids help with the decoration. Let’s just hope they don’t eat them all before these beautiful gingerbread cookies hit your cookie table.
23. Hyacinth’s Everything Cookies Hyacinth’s Everything Cookies Photo by The Pioneer Woman
Why choose when you can have everything in your cookies? These hyacinth’s everything cookies are packed with satisfying flavors: crunchy nuts, delicious dried fruit, and all the good things your pantry has to offer.
Prepare your home for the merriest holiday ever with these homemade Christmas decorations. These DIY home decorations are rustically charming and easy to recreate.
Homemade Christmas Decorations With Rustic Charm1. Pine Cone Decorating Ideas for the Holidays Pine Cone Decorating Ideas For The Holidays Photo by Homesteading
Pine cones are a great decorating material because you can find them for free on the ground! The only problem is, they’re always brown. However, you can easily customize pine cones with the paint color of your choice and arrange them to your heart's desire. Choose two or more from these pine cone DIY Christmas decorating ideas and achieve the rustic appeal pine cone has in spades.
2. Rustic DIY Stocking Hangers How To Make Rustic DIY Stocking Hangers Photo by DIY Projects
I fall in love with the rustic charm of these DIY stocking hangers! It's not only an impressive home decor for the holidays but also an amazing gift idea to surprise a friend who loves anything rustic. All effort making these rustic DIY stocking hangers is absolutely worth it!
3. Candy Cane Ornaments
Rustic Twine Candy Cane Ornaments Photo by Natasha [The Artisan Life]These rustic candy cane ornaments will surely bring the holiday cheer to your Christmas tree. If you want to add a colorful, old-school element to your holiday decorating, these rustic candy cane ornaments fit the bill.
4. Rustic Decorations From Recycled Wine Bottles Ta-Da Wine Bottle Craft With Jute And Burlap Photo by Crafting To Go
Wine bottles come in different colors, shapes, and sizes, making them such a versatile object for repurposing or upcycling. If you have some empty wine bottles, get crafty and create your own rustic decorations from recycled wine bottles.
5. Reindeer Foot-Print and Hand-Print Pillows Reindeer Hands And Feet Pillow Photo by 24/7 Moms
If you want a fun craft to share with your kids, these reindeer footprint and handprint pillows will sure give you the joy of crafting with your kids. They are a great keepsake you and your young ones can treasure. Use brown, white, and black fabric paint to create the footprint and handprint. Make a pair with your kids to adorn your sofa. I'm sure your kids will be happy to be a part of your home decorating.
6. Natural Stamped Burlap Christmas Ornaments Stamped Burlap Ornaments Photo by Bliss Bloom Blog
7. DIY Christmas Towels Christmas Stenciled Kitchen Towels Photo by I Heart Naptime
Give your kitchen some holiday cheer with these DIY Christmas towels. It will give your kitchen a pop of color and a useful accessory all at the same time. This could also be your perfect handmade gift.
8. Cute Snowman Blocks Living Room Christmas Decorations Photo by Design Rulz
I enjoy incorporating cute snowmen into my holiday decorating. I'm so happy I found this cute snowman blocks idea. I can use it to spruce up my living room for the upcoming holiday. They simply add a bundle of cool, icy charm, and cuteness everyone enjoys!
This fairy light globe is bound to add a magical touch to your Christmas decorating. You can also use your extra chicken wire if you don’t have wire baskets.
10. Scandinavian Inspired Christmas Candle Holder Deck The Halls Scandinavian Style : A Fast Decor Recipe Photo by Un Lieu Sur Terre
Incorporate Scandinavian elegance into your holiday decorating with the very simple idea of a Scandinavian inspired Christmas candle holder. Grab a mason jar, wrap it with birch bark, and attach twigs and some greens for embellishment. There you have it, some simple yet cozy Scandi style, not only perfect for the holiday but all year round.
11. Bright Christmas Star Bright Christmas Star Photo by Parolan Asema
Take a low-key approach to decorating your home for the holiday, this bright Christmas star idea will make sure your house shines the brightest. It's simple and very easy to recreate!
Light up every corner of your home with these gorgeous mason jar lights. It is very easy to make and absolutely adorable for your Christmas decorating.
13. Wood Slice Wreath How to Make a Wreath with Wood Slices Photo by Twelve On Main
This wood slice wreath shows it all: minimalist, but filled with rustic charm to bring out a merrier Christmas spirit in any spot you put it in. You can add some Christmas lights around to make it more magical.
With just a pair of scissors and construction paper, transform your fridge into a jolly snowman to inspire the Christmas spirit out of your cooking. Make sure to include your young ones in this easy Christmas decor to make it merrier.
Give your Christmas tree a little bit of a twist this time. This DIY rustic Christmas tree is truly original, unusual, and interesting. It goes perfectly anywhere in your house. This is one of the most unique Christmas tree ideas around.
These winter snow globes will bring the whimsical cheer to your Christmas decor. You can also have it as a handmade gift and a delightful surprise for a special someone who loves both snow globes and mason jar crafts.
It's the perfect time of the year to spruce up your plain and boring window. Gather your supplies and let your creativity flow in creating this uniquely beautiful Christmas window decoration to bring a magical atmosphere into your home.
If you want to try new homemade stuffing recipes this year, then this list will help you out. I’ve got all the best Thanksgiving recipes you could ever make, so just keep reading!
14 Homemade Stuffing Recipes For The Perfect Thanksgiving FeastStuffing Recipes You'll Love
Thanksgiving is never complete without stuffing, and recently, I feel like my usual recipe could use an upgrade. So since I want this year’s Thanksgiving to be extra special, I searched for the best Thanksgiving stuffing recipes ever. If you also want to make your stuffing from scratch, then try one or two of these stuffing recipes. I’m sure you’ll love them!
1. Stuffing Balls How to Make Stuffing Balls Photo by Homesteading
Try our very own stuffing balls, which are really offered more as a side dish instead of as a traditional stuffing. A perfect recipe for people who are counting carbs or into the Paleo diet, since this is a Paleo-compliant recipe.
2. Homemade Stuffing from Scratch Homemade Stuffing from Scratch Photo by Homemade Recipes
Worried about the hectic Thanksgiving day rush? Don't be, because this homemade stuffing from scratch just requires one pan, a few ingredients, and you’re good.
3. Grandma’s Stuffing Recipe My Grandma’s Stuffing Recipe Photo by Talia Bunting
There's nothing like good old grandma (oops, that's me) bringing all the goodness that the world has to offer. Enjoy stuffing like your grandma used to make by trying this traditional stuffing recipe.
4. Pioneer Woman’s Thanksgiving Stuffing/Dressing Thanksgiving Stuffing/Dressing Photo by The Pioneer Woman
8. Sourdough Thanksgiving Stuffing Sourdough Thanksgiving Stuffing Photo by Living Lou
Grab some sourdough bread and start making this Thanksgiving stuffing. This is full of Thanksgiving flavors you know and love. So, there's no reason for you not to try it.
9. Hearty Vegan Stuffing Hearty Vegan Stuffing Photo by Hummusapien
Easy, gluten-free, and really hearty! This hearty began stuffing gives your traditional Thanksgiving stuffing a vegan spin that will surely become everybody's favorite.
Want to step your Homestead cooking up a few notches? Canning is the perfect way to cook like a true homesteader. This canning kit is PERFECT for the beginner canner – so whether you want to get started yourself or want to give this as a fantastic, thoughtful Christmas gift this year!
I’m sure this is not how you usually serve your stuffing, but it sure looks delish! An experimental take for those who love to try something new and explore the unlimited options for Thanksgiving festivities. Grab the stuffing in a bundt pan recipe here.
Want more ideas for your Thanksgiving stuffing? Here are 3 more delicious ways you can try from The Domestic Geek:
Stuffing 3 Delicious Ways - YouTube
As we all know, no Thanksgiving table is complete without a massive serving of comforting and flavorful stuffing. Whether you want the traditional stuffing or want to make a new twist on it, bear in mind that your stuffing must pair perfectly with your bird.
What do you think of these Thanksgiving stuffing recipes? Which one will you try? Let me know in the comment section below!