Tuesday, 15 November 2016

Christmas Blog Post Ideas



'Tis the season to be jolly. Well, it nearly is. So, I am preparing for upcoming posts by making a list of ideas to keep me writing over the Christmas period. I thought as the previous posts, 'Beauty Blog Post Ideas' & 'Lifestyle Post Ideas' and 'Autumn/Winter Blog Post Ideas' went down well, I would create this post for you guys to save or get inspiration from as well. These are mainly Christmas, but I threw in some New Year ones too as they are pretty darn close to each other!

PS - I love Christmas time.

Christmas Wishlist
- Christmas Gift Guide for Her
- Christmas Gift Guide for Him
- Christmas Gift Guide for Kids
- Secret Santa Gift Ideas
- Stocking Filler Ideas
- Last Minute Gift Ideas
 Christmas Wrapping (e.g. personalisation, creative)
Luxury Beauty Gift Ideas
- Christmas Shopping Money Saving Hacks
- Best Beauty Advent Calendars
- Favourite Candles for Christmas
- Favourite Christmas Movies
- Favourite Christmas Traditions
- Favourite Christmas Songs
- Shop it: Christmas Jumper Edition
- Christmas Style Guides (Casual/Dressy/Funny)
- Christmas Decor Inspiration (e.g. Pinterest based)
- My Christmas Home Tour
- Favourite 5 things about Christmas time
- DIY Christmas Cards
- DIY  Christmas Decorations
- Healthy Christmas Snack Ideas
- Christmas Recipes
Festive Lookbook
- Christmas Day Makeup
- Christmas Haul
- My Christmas Day
Favourite Five Photos From Christmas
- Boxing Day Haul
- What I am thankful for over the past year?
New Years Resolutions
New Years Makeup Inspiration
NYE Get Ready With Me
New Years Style Ideas 
- My New Years Celebrations

If you think of any others, leave them down below so I can add them in!

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  1. These are all really good ideas, I really like the Christmas Day makeup one. Reading this has made me want to do some Christmas themed posts!

    The Velvet Black | UK Style & Beauty Blog

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