This year the whole world is feeling a little blue with the restrictions of COVID, some can’t fly home, some can’t be with loved ones. Here are some ideas to pump up those Christmas blues and make this Christmas special!
Decorate Christmas cookies
Here are the best Christmas Cookies decorations ideas for your inspiration. These Christmas Sugar Cookies decorated with royal icing are the cutest desserts.
Decorate as festively as possible
You can spend a lot of time at home this holiday season, so you should make your room the marvellous winter land of your dreams. Set a budget to collect or open your craft basket and make some DIY decorations.
Online Holiday Bingo
Online Bingo Holiday is a fun, familiar, virtual holiday game that you can play. You can play the game in a concentrated way by allowing teammates to engage in chat rooms and opportunities or you can spend the entire party as a squad.
Have a Holiday Movie Marathon
Do this with a backyard projection (with covers, fire pipes, sweaters, etc.) via the tv, the Netflix Party or the quarantine pod on the sofa. This will take you to your own backyard.
Take the Chex Party Mix, pretzel M&M treatments, gingerbread cookies or a treat from your family, and add your favorite holiday movies and TV shows with your egg- or hot chocolate and dinner.
Sing Christmas karaoke
You don’t have to become a musical family or group of friends to enjoy Christmas karaoke holiday tones. Take a note of this game by investing in a micro karaoke.
Host a virtual party
It doesn’t mean you cannot see your friends and family on Christmas simply because you can’t get together personally. Send a Zoom connection to everyone and host your crowd. Make sure you have read a couple of games and start-up conversations.
The checklist for throwing a virtual party in simple steps:
- Plan a time. …
- Pick your tech tools. …
- Send the link to the video. …
- Find a suitable theme. …
- Send reminders. …
- Select your party food and drink. …
- Stick to your event agenda. …
- Keep an eye on the clock.
Attend a socially distanced outside event
Seek a list of local holiday activities in your town journal or website. You might visit a Christmas tree outside a holiday market or another socially isolated outdoor event.
In the holiday season, pantomimes and Christmas cinemas are two of the best traditions in the UK. However, it is now impossible to have hundreds of people seated in the same room because of social distance limits.
You can get around this with a drive-in version. You simply need a big screen to show the film or host the stage, a sound system and an area for the workers to enter.
The big thing about this is that you should make it child-friendly so that children can enter the event and ride in a car with their parents. Or you could invite pairs. Merry Christmas!