diy · Holidays · kid style · kids

{christmas pj round-up}

16 Days till Christmas friends.  You’ve gotta get the classic Christmas morning jammy photo in front of the tree:)  If you haven’t already purchased Christmas Pj’s – I’m here to help you out.  I’ve linked some of my top picks from my favorite kiddo stores.


Christmas Pj’s roundup.

Column #1: J.Crew Girls Christmas LightsGap Brannan BearGap footed SantaGap Classic PJ set – FalalaJ.Crew Melting Snowman

Column #2: J.Crew Boys Holiday LightsGap Festive LightsGap Classic PJ set – PlaidGap Classic PJ set – Christmas carTarget FAMILY Santa PJ set

Column #3: J.Crew Boys Melting SnowmanGap Let It SnowGap Gingerbread BonesJ.Crew Girls Holiday StripeTarget FAMILY Elf PJ set

Promo Codes

Gap + Old Navy: 40% off through today with code GIVING

J.Crew: 30% off with code TUESDAY + free shipping

Target: Buy one get one 50% off (on select styles) + $10 gift card with $50 purchase of select Kids’ clothing and accessories now through 12/12.

(that means you can get a killer deal of a FAMILY PJ SET, just saying)

Lots of cute options in color + size + design options.  Someone PLEASE pull off the Target Family set.  It would make my Holiday complete.


Monday Night is our mother + daughter date night.  We had a brief interruption, I had to get my Holiday Hair.  Thanks Allison – you’re the shit!!!

We still had time for some crafting.


Sand dollar Christmas Ornaments.

Each year we make an ornament for our tree.  Something that symbolizes the year.  Something significant and meaningful.  I kept stalking Pinterest and couldn’t come up with anything.  Then it hit me, we need to do something beach themed.  If you have a beach loving family like we do, this is a great way to commemorate your 2015 beach trips.

We spend every Labor Day weekend in Santa Cruz, Ca.  We make a point to stop at Manresa Beach early in the day to collect Sand Dollars.  The kids call it Sand dollar beach.  I’ve never in my life had much luck finding them till we began visiting this beach.  We’ve got quite the collection.

It’s simple to do.

What you need:

  • Sand dollars or sea shells
  • Hot Glue gun
  • ribbon

I hot glued one end of the ribbon to the back of the sand dollar.  Let it dry for a minute.  Then looped the ribbon around and hot glue to hold.  That’s it.  Pretty easy, right?  I didn’t get a photo of the back of the finished product, but I wrote Santa Cruz 2015.


We made an extra one to send to our yearly sand dollar hunting partners.

I found TONS of other fun seashell ideas on Pinterests:


Sea Shell Ornament

Beach Tree’s are everything.

Click here for even more beach themed Christmas Ornament DIY crafts.


xoxo stacyb



Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.