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My parents always made sure to make the holidays special for us, and Christmas time was no exception. Decorating the tree each year is one of my favorite memories. It was always such a special and happy time picking out the perfect tree and decorating it just right. We loved watching our favorite Christmas Classics like Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, Frosty the Snowman and Santa Claus is Coming to Town while we decorated and would even sing along with the characters. It would be even more special if snow was falling outside! Now that I have a family of my own, I want to make sure that our Christmas is just as special. Since we live in Vegas, it might not snow, but it sure is fun to make our own! With a couple ingredients you can make your own snow, too!
Make Your Own Snow Craft
3 cups baking soda
½ cup hair conditioner
Mix ingredients and watch it turn into snow. Use something like a shower curtain to cover your work space, but it is easy to clean up. I first found out about this amazing winter craft from my sister, and it is a huge hit with my kids. IT IS SO EASY, and SO FUN!
The Original Christmas Classics
Now that you have snow all you need is The Original Christmas Classics! The Original Christmas Classics is available now on Blu Ray/ DVD and for the first time ever, Digital HD! Share these wonderful classics with your family to see Santa ask Rudolph to guide his sleigh, Frosty magically come to life on Christmas Eve and Kris Kringle become Santa Claus!!
The Original Christmas Classics Anniversary Collector’s Edition includes 7 timeless stories!
- Frosty the Snowman
- Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
- Santa Claus is Coming to Town
- The Little Drummer Boy
- Cricket on the Hearth
- Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol
- Frosty Returns
Share these digitally remastered classics with your family today and make memories that will last a lifetime.
What is one of your favorite holiday traditions?