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The Christmas holiday brings many different things to mind, that vary as widely as there are people who celebrate the holidays. Some value family most, others friendship. Some will insist that Christmas is all about giving, while others believe it is all about appreciation. Still others will insist that rest and relaxation are most valuable. While these opinions may differ slightly, everyone can agree that Christmas is best enjoyed in the company of others. That is why we have a huge variety of Christmas Writing Papers available for you to select from. Send your family and friends notes about how you and your family have been over the past year. You can even have children write their own letters to share with relatives. Staying connected is an important part of the holiday season. Let us help you out with one of our gorgeously decorated laser papers!

 

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10 Fun Candy Cane Uses

Candy canes are a staple for any Christmas holiday. But, rarely will an adult find the same amount of satisfaction from eating a plain old candy cane like a child will. Here are a few ideas of some great ways to use candy canes to bring this old staple a new refreshing life.

  1. Garnish in cocktails - Whether you are having some holiday eggnog or a specialty peppermint martini, a mini candy cane is the perfect garnish to make your drink festive and a little bit minty! And they are delicious to crunch once the drink is done.
  2. Hang on Christmas tree - An ornament idea that you won't be afraid to let your kids handle. Encourage them to hang the candy canes they acquire on the tree for safe keeping, and watch the decorations grow (and dwindle!) throughout the season.
  3. Swirl in hot cocoa/coffee - The perfect minty addition to your holiday cocoa or cup of coffee. A little peppermint straw makes the drink look great and keeps the holiday spirits high.
  4. Crush for baking - Coarsely crushed candy canes can be added to brownie mix, used to top a cake, or mixed into a holiday crust. Any recipe with chocolate could use a little peppermint! Even use some to top vanilla ice cream with a little drizzle of chocolate syrup. Candy canes crushed to a powder can be added to drinks like cocoa or blended iced coffees as well.
  5. Include in placesetting - Salad fork, fork, soup spoon, knife... candy cane! Add one to each placesetting to add a quaint touch to your Christmas table.
  6. Line flower vases - Whether you include flowers in the vase or not, line a vase with candy canes for an impressive look from a simple object. Try layering them into multiple rows to create a tiered candy cane fixture.
  7. Stuff in stockings - Feel like the stockings Santa left are a little bit empty this year? Add a few candy canes to help fill them up--Santa won't mind!
  8. Hang on doorknobs - Round candy canes work best for this purpose. Hang the wrapped candies from the doorknobs in your house, and even add a small bow to spread a little extra holiday joy around.
  9. Decorate wrapped gifts - Candy canes make a great additional decoration when tied with ribbon to your wrapped gifts. As a bonus, they offer a little extra gift of sweets to your recipient!
  10. Send with greetings - Include a mini candy cane in with your holiday greeting cards or holiday party invitations. The small inclusion will offer a fresh peppermint scent when the letter is opened and will add an extra holiday touch.

Holiday Family Updates

One great advantage in using Christmas Stationery is the space available to print on. Many families enjoy sending updates to friends and relatives about what has happened with each member of the family during the year. This can get a bit wordy for the small space that greeting cards have to offer. Instead, include an insert of laser paper to update loved ones about everything that you would like.

Begin your family holiday update by offering a simple greeting expressing the sentiments of good fortune and prosperity that you would like to extend. It may be as simple as saying "Happy Holidays," or it may include an excerpt from a poem or verse that you enjoy. Whatever the case, the greeting should be the first thing read on the page. After, include a small blurb about each of the members of your family. Be sure to think about the things that have happened over the year and what stands out the most.

Any additional note that you would like to include is traditionally inserted towards the bottom, after the rest of the update on your family. Once each member (including the family pet!) has a little something they to share, you will want to sign your note with your family name and perhaps the date (ex. "The Smith Family, 2010"). Then, you need only press print and watch as a few minutes of work extend to wonderful sentiments that will spread happiness to many.

 
   

Christmas Recipes

 
 

Gingerbread cookies are a tradition during the Christmas holiday season. Whether you eat them with your coffee or cocoa, cut them into little people or snowflakes, or make them into a house, you likely enjoy gingerbread in one way or another during the colder months of the year. Here is a traditional recipe to use during the holidays this year.

Gingerbread Cookies

    Ingredients:
  • 1 cup molasses
  • 1 cup white sugar
  • 1/2 cup hot water
  • 3/4 cup lard
  • 2 eggs
  • 6 cups all-purpose flour
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons ground ginger
  • 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
    Directions:
  1. In a large bowl, mix together the sugar, molasses, lard, and hot water until smooth. Stir in eggs.
  2. Combine the flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon and ginger; stir into the batter to make a soft dough.
  3. Add more flour if needed. Cover the bowl and refrigerate dough for at least 1 hour, or until firm.
  4. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C).
  5. Roll out the dough to 1/4 inch thickness on a floured surface. Cut into desired shapes using cookie cutters. Place cookies onto ungreased baking sheets.
  6. Bake for 10 minutes in the preheated oven, or until cookies appear dry in the center.

 

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Christmas Drinks

A delicious gingerbread cocktail created by Sandra Lee. It has a thrilling mixed appearance and holiday flair with the cookie garnish. The taste brings gingerbread to life in liquid form, and will be the perfect kick for any holiday party.

Gingerbread Martini

    Ingredients:
  • 1 oz. vanilla vodka
  • 1 oz. hazelnut-flavored liqueur (recommended: Frangelico)
  • 1/2 oz. butterscotch schnapps
  • ice cubes
  • 4 oz. ginger beer (recommended: Reed's Ginger Brew)
  • dark rum
  • Gingerbread man cookie (recommended: Pepperidge Farm) for garnish
    Directions:
  1. Pour the vanilla vodka, hazelnut liqueur, and butterscotch schnapps into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake well.
  2. Strain into a highball glass or any 8-ounce glass filled with ice.
  3. Top with ginger beer.
  4. Pour a little dark rum over the back of a spoon and float on top of the ginger beer.
  5. Garnish with a gingerbread cookie.

 
   

Letters to the North Pole

 
 

Sending a personal letter to the North Pole is a tradition for many families. Communicating with the man in red is important for the child as much as it is for Santa! Though he knows if you have been naughty or nice, he still appreciates a little bit of post to get to know you and your children on a more personal level. Having children reflect on their year in a note to the Clauses is a great way to keep them mindful of their behavior on the whole. (And, it helps develop a few analytical and writing skills to keep moms happy!)

A little known tidbit about the North Pole is that Mrs. Claus loves to receive letters even more so than Santa. She often helps her husband pen replies to good children who offer well-wishings to all residents of the chilly North. Encourage your children to take advantage of their cute and festive Christmas Writing Papers to send a personal note to Santa, Mrs. Claus, and even some of the elves! There are a ton of options for correspondence that children especially enjoy. They may even be thrilled and surprised by the notes the receive back!

Gingerbread Ideas

Gingerbread is a warm and fragrant tradition that always bursts out its full enjoyment during the holiday season. There are a ton of great gingerbread decorating activities that you can enjoy with your children during the holiday season. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

  • Gingerbread Cookies: Everyone loves this tradition, but not everyone takes advantage of the fun like they could! Gingerbread cookies can be made in a ton of different shapes (as many as you have cookie cutters) and can be decorated just the same. Use tiny candies, sprinkles, and frosting to create unique and creative cookies during the holidays.
  • Gingerbread House: The classic milk carton house can easily be used to help you as a standard. Set aside some gingerbread to make some square and rectangular cookies for homemade houses. Then, be sure to add a few tiny gingerbread people as well as trees. Use cardboard or a sturdy foam with toothpicks to help your people and ginger-foliage stand up straight. Everything can be decorated with any type of frosting and candy that you can imagine. Be sure to have extra white frosting to use as paste!
  • Gingerbread Biscotti: A similar recipe to traditional gingerbread, make yourself some gingerbread biscotti to enjoy in the morning with your coffee. Or, get a candy cane shaped cookie cutter and make several crisper cookies to dip in cocoa, coffee, or tea. The crisper cookies will hold up better in the hot liquid, and will soften to perfection when you are ready to eat it.

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