Thursday, 11 December 2014

Let's go Crackers!

 Tartan plaid -- tablescape from Williams-Sonoma ; I was already doing this with some Scottish Stewart tartan I got at a garage sale in Minneapolis, 5 yards for $2.00.

Today I'm going to be sharing with you some festive crackers that I've found across the internet for your dinner table shenanigans this year. I've moved past plastic frogs being sufficient for crackers, and whilst its good to have a traditional set of crackers (that have to have a set of mini screwdrivers in for a certain mother of mine!), last year I opted for moustache filled crackers, and it was hilarious, so this year, I've been on the hunt for crackers bigger and better...

✰ Gold & Tartan are two of my favourite themes this Christmas, so these Robin Reed crackers are a must!
Happy Jackson have a quirky range of crackers this year.
✰ Calling all Game lovers attention ... this year Selfridges are stocking board game favourites such as Cluedo, Twister , Guess Who & Monopoly.
✰ Emma Bridgewater have stunning Robin design crackers.
✰ The Lancôme cracker set at £54 would be perfect for a indulgent festive beauty sleepover.
✰ Have an after dinner bath with the Molton & Brown cracker body care gift set .
✰ Pull a cracker then celebrate with a glass of champagne with these Moet et Chandon crackers.
✰ If like myself you are Made in Chelsea mad, then you may fancy a Candy Kittens Cracker.
✰ Magicians calling ... start balloon modelling at the table with these Ridleys crackers  or make magic with Ridleys magic crackers.
✰ Have a game of bingo at dinner with these crackers from Tesco.
✰ Go traditional with these 12 Days of Christmas crackers from John Lewis.
✰ My favourites this year, as I've said before are the No7 Beauty Crackers which I raved about on this very space before.

This year I'm planning to make some very unique DIY crackers. I get to have a first go with the Scouts, and then to make some adult crackers which I'll be sharing over here in the next week or so!
What Christmas crackers will you be pulling this year? :) 
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