Are you a huge holiday movie fan? I have to admit, I love them – even the ones for kids (okay, especially those!). I recently had a chance to view Arthur Christmas and it is so caaa-ute! It’s a modern day tale that answers the question, “how does Santa gets all of those presents to all the children of the world in one night?” The beginning opens with a complex system of computers, radars and a huge staff of elves that make sure kids get their presents each year – known as Mission Control. It’s absolutely hilarious when a child wakes up (they call him a “waker”) and almost discovers Santa in his room at the beginning of the movie. Mission Control is in a panic!
You’ll get to see Santa’s entire family, and meet brother Steve who is addicted to technology. But at the heart of the family is a lovable, goofy guy named Arthur who wears fun Christmas slippers and a colorful bulb sweater. The main plot centers around what happens during a system break down – a present doesn’t get delivered to a little girl who believes (even though her friends don’t). Arthur can’t accept the fact that a child that devoted to Santa would not receive a present on Christmas Day, so he makes it his personal mission to rectify the situation. You’ll have to see the movie to find out what happens . . . it’s quite an adventure.
This movie is also a hoot because there’s a bit of adult humor mixed in, and I love animated movies that provide entertainment for the grown ups too. I also love the graphics and the animation. It’s a must see holiday movie for the whole family!
In addition to Christmas movies, I love holiday crafting, of course. You may be like me, in which case you’d love to indulge in a craft while you watch a Christmas movie – and really get into the spirit! These Mod Podge holiday glass clings are perfect, and you can make them with your kids. Read on to find out how.
Gather These Supplies
- Mod Podge Gloss
- Acrylic paint – your choice of colors
- Gallery Glass leading blank – or other nonstick surface, such as wax paper
- Spreading tool – a plastic knife would work, or an old gift card
- Scissors, craft knife or die cutter (never leave children unattended)
I hope you enjoyed my craft, and that you’ll also take a peek at Arthur Christmas. You’ll love it!
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