Christmas Eve box

Christmas Eve boxThis post is sponsored by Pottery Barn Kids, but all excitement is purely my own.

For the last couple of years, my sister has been putting together the cutest little Christmas Eve box for my niece and nephew. The box usually includes some comfy pjs, a Christmas movie and a special little treat for them to enjoy while they watch the movie together. I’m a total sucker for Christmas traditions, and this year I finally decided to follow her lead and make Christmas Eve a little extra special in our house with a Christmas Eve box.

I was poking around the Pottery Barn Kids website looking for gift ideas when I stumbled upon their holiday section—and, oh my goodness, is it adorable! In fact, I filled my cart a little too quickly and had to go back in and edit it down a bit (yes, the reindeer antlers and Santa hat are adorable, but we do already have some!).

Christmas Eve box contents

I ended up getting a naughty or nice Santa plate to put our cookies out on, How to Catch Santa, pretty personalized ornaments (not pictured), and a small fleece Santa bag to put everything in. I had originally planned on wrapping a box so that it could be opened and closed each year without messing up the paper, but this bag is even better! So I guess that makes this post technically about Christmas Eve bags?

I plan on adding a movie and little bags of popcorn and hot cocoa to go along with the candy canes. Also, I ordered the girls matching gingerbread man pjs (shown here) before I put this bag together, but, to be honest, I might go back and order them matching Santa’s sleigh flannel pajamas instead. They’re so cute and festive and they look so soft!

The only question left is whether or not I trust the girls to fight the temptation to open this thing for another two weeks…

Christmas Eve bag for kids

Do you have a special Christmas Eve tradition you look forward to every year? have you ever tried a Christmas Eve box?

Written by Jennifer Garry
Jen is a freelance writer and girl mom from New York. When she's not knee-deep in glittery crafts and girl talk, you can probably find her sprawled across her couch in the middle of a Netflix marathon with dark chocolate smeared on her face. The struggle is real.