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Dec

With everyone feeling the crunch of the tight economy at this time of year, it’s nice to browse the web in search of inexpensive, fun and silly things to get you and your family back in the holiday spirit! From wacky elf cards to sweet Hanukkah treats, this list of our favorite fun holiday links will have you and your kids back in the mood for giggles and gumdrops in no time!

  • If your kids love to paint by number, they are sure to enjoy this fun holiday-themed, online coloring book from Kaboose’s FunSchool! Browse the rest of the site for more fun, family-friendly games and activities.
  • Indulge your sweet tooth without breaking the bank! These Eight Nights of Light Cupcakes from BrightIdeas.com will give you a chance to teach your kids about the history of Hanukkah in a charming new way.
  • Longing to build gingerbread houses with your kids without all of the sticky mess? Family Fun offers the perfect solution—felt gingerbread houses you can make using recycled milk cartons!
  • ‘Tis the season for red and green M&Ms, so make sure you make good use of them by creating these delightful Sweet Santa Cookie Pops from Bright Ideas with your entire family.
  • For the utmost in giggles and guffaws, log on to ElfYourself.com! Sponsored by JibJab and Office Max, ElfYourself allows you to upload photos, crop people’s faces out of them and use them on silly holiday cards! This one features some of the Tiny Prints staff celebrating the holidays in chic disco style:

Send your own ElfYourself eCards

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2 Responses

  1. Jenna says:

    ABSOLUTELY LOVE IT!!!! Elf Yourself is the best thing EVER!

  2. Jackie White says:

    The dancing elves are too funny! I am sending this to my family with pictures of them.

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