In you’re anything like me, you can never have too much Christmas. I’ve gathered a list of ten ways to celebrate Christmas in July. #christmasinjuly
Some people throw parties during July that mimic Christmas celebrations, bringing the atmosphere of Christmas but with warmer temperatures. Parties may include Santa Claus, ice cream and other cold foods, and gifts. Nightclubs often host parties open to the public.
Disclosure: I have partnered with Tipsy Elves to share with you ten ways you can have a little Christmas in July.
Retailers often run special promotions and markdowns during July on toys and other items. This can be a great time to stock up and/or get ahead for Christmas.
- Create an Elf on the Shelf
- DIY Christmas Card Craft
- Christmas in July Crafts
- Begin planning for Christmas
- Create your Christmas budget
- Do an early Christmas photo shoot
- Celebrate summer with a DIY star door decor
- Shop Target’s toy clearance
- Watch a Christmas movie on Netflix or Rudolph and Frosty’s Christmas in July
- Buy an ugly sweater. Tipsy Elves (love that name) sent me a Green Women’s Conga Line Sweater and Black Christmas Leggings.
This year, Tipsy Elves decided one Christmas wasn’t enough, so they celebrated “Christmas in July.” They sent me a few pieces from their Christmas collection: Black Christmas Leggings and Green Women’s Conga Line Sweater.
REINDEER CONGA LINE SWEATER
Things get more personal in this reindeer version of the Conga line. This sweater features a new twist on a old dance – with extra points for the four legged. There’s a rumor that the video of the dance moves is soon to come, but we’re not promising anything.
Leggings make the winter weather bearable once more, and these black and grey holiday leggings are ideal for Christmastime! They boast horizontal bands with contrasting designs of geometric snowflakes. The waistband hits comfortable just above the hips, and the tapered legs hug each curve from the hip to the ankle.
Who Are the Tipsy Elves?
At Tipsy Elves our mission is simple: They make the most outrageous clothes known to mankind in order to make your life more fun. Sounds like a big undertaking, but they’ve been doing it one legendary collection at a time. Along the way they’ve reinvented ugly Christmas sweaters, launched a patriotic collection that Honest Abe would honestly love, and engineered ski suits so bright the sun won’t stare directly at them.