How to turn your newspaper into a Christmas newsletter your family will love reading
Tis the season to be jolly! And what better way to spread some holiday cheer than with your annual family newsletter? There are lots of fun and creative ways to give make a newspaper family newsletter with a holiday twist. In need of inspiration? Here are some fun ideas to help turn your newspaper into a Christmas newsletter that’s sure to be your family’s highlight of the festive season!
Turn your newspaper into the merriest of newsletters
- Christmas news with a twist: It’s always a lot of fun to hear about what your family members have gotten up to the past year, but don’t be afraid to shake things up a bit! There are lots of fun ways to give your newspaper and Christmas newsletter a creative twist. Like writing your newsletter from the perspective of your pet dog, for instance? Or holding a spoof interview with your two-year-old niece?
- Christmas comic: Much like illustrated comics, you create your own holiday-themed comic by superimposing speech bubbles onto your favorite family photos (preferably one with a Christmas theme: last year’s Christmas dinner, for instance?). With a bit of imagination, you can fill the speech bubbles with fun captions that will reimagine these family scenes in hilarious fashion!
- Advent calendar: Create your own advent calendar with fun Christmas activities the whole family can enjoy. Day 1: Make hot chocolate, Day 9: Have a game night, Day 23: Watch family videos. Keep your ideas fun and simple. With a fun and festive chart like this, you’ll have the family spending lots of quality time together in no time!
- Family portrait: Every family newsletter needs a mandatory family portrait. But instead of the traditional picture in front of the Christmas tree, why not mix things up a bit? There are lots of fun and original family photo ideas you can totally pull off this Christmas: have your toddler draw the family, take a picture of your reflection if a Christmas ball, re-enact the movie poster of your favorite Christmas film, or decorate individual portraits with elf hats, red noses, reindeer antlers, and more!
- Christmas recipes: Is there anything more festive than baking lots of colorfully frosted cookies? From Reindeer Rice Krispies to Christmas Tree Brownies, there are lots of fun and creative holiday-inspired treats you can add to your Christmas newsletter. And why not challenge your family members to try one of the recipes as part of your advent calendar?
- 12 Days of Christmas: The main objective of a Christmas newsletter is to reflect on the past year and to celebrate your family’s most memorable moments. So why not highlight your 12 best memories to the tune of the famous Christmas carol? On the third day of Christmas, my true love sent to me: Charlie’s impressive paddle boarding skills on the Douro River during our family trip to Portugal.
Spread some holiday cheer with your own Christmas newsletter from Happiedays
If you’ve used any of the tips and tricks listed above, we can already guarantee that your Christmas newsletter will be a smash hit! But we’re sure you can come up with lots more great ideas to make your family newsletter even better. So, all that’s left to do is to pick one of our newspaper templates and start turning your newspaper into a Christmas newsletter your family will love reading!
But there’s also so much more you can do with your Christmas newspaper. In need of inspiration? We’ve prepared lots of tips and tricks for you to make your own Christmas newspaper.