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Frugal Christmas

I love Christmas and I always try to share as many ideas as possible to help you have a fantastic Christmas, no matter what your budget is.

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For even more Christmas posts, you can also find me over on my Christmas blog, the One Stop Christmas Blog:

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You can click on the images above for all of my Christmas posts but here’s a few of my favourites for you:

I know it’s only October, but…. – Decide who you need to buy for, plan your budget and find the best bargains you can for every gift you give.

Snowman Soup – A homemade Christmas gift ideal for teachers and Grandparents.  It’s cheap and easy to make and looks great.

Letters to Santa – Free letters from Santa for your child.

Have a Frugal Christmas Dinner – You don’t have to spend a fortune on Christmas dinner.

Fun Stuff to do together - A round up of all my ideas from the last couple of years for things to make and bake together at Christmas.

Make your own tree decorations – You can make your own larger and cheaper tree decorations.

Home made Gingerbread House – Slightly burnt around the edges but Christmassy all the same.

Our Christmas Eve Traditions – Posted as a guest post on A Mothers Ramblings.

And while I’m sharing the Christmas love, you can find even more Frugal and Fun Christmas ideas over on my Christmas Pinterest board:

Follow Cass bailey’s board All things Christmas – One Stop Christmas Blog on Pinterest.

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