Cotton Ball Challenge Party Game

Cotton Ball Challenge Party Game

I recently discovered a fun cotton ball challenge on Pinterest and knew I had to save it for my family’s Christmas party games. What’s more, Bronner’s had TONS of fun watching Santa and Autumn the Elf competing against each other in this cotton ball challenge while they visited us last year! Trust us when we say it’s like teeny tiny snowballs that bring BIG fun… and laughs!

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Bronner’s 2021 Facebook LIVE-Video Santa Appearances

Bronner’s 2021 Facebook LIVE-Video Santa Appearances

Bronner’s will not be hosting Santa visits in 2021. However, We’re tickled red & green to be able to invite you to join us online for plenty of Christmas cheer at Bronner’s Facebook for Facebook Live Videos with special appearances from Santa & Friends! Mark your calendars to join us on these dates for festive crafts, games, a reindeer visit, sing-alongs and more… all FROM HO-HO-HOME during Bronner’s Facebook live Santa appearances!

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Christmas Photos, Backgrounds, and Santa Add-ons

Christmas Photos, Backgrounds, and Santa Add-ons

Not able to get that iconic Christmas photo with Santa this year? No problem! Add some holiday cheer to your family photos with these free Christmas add-ons. Download wallpapers to add to your computer background and video calls, add a festive border to pictures, or print and cutout a photo of the big man himself to stick in your photos. Share your Christmas photos by giving @BronnersChristmas a tag on Facebook and Instagram or @BronnersXmas on Twitter. Missed visiting Santa

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Facebook Live-Video Santa Visits

Facebook Live-Video Santa Visits

In lieu of regular Santa visits for 2020, Bronner’s hosted four Facebook live-video visits with Santa. You can watch these fun segments any time! Santa enjoyed talking to children of all ages, singing songs of the season, sharing crafts, recipes and more. Tinsel the Elf and Mrs. Claus also joined him for some of the visits. On December 3, Santa visited Bronner’s neighbors at Grandpa Tiny’s Farm and met their special reindeer, Sivia and Blue! We are also sharing templates

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10 Things to Do at Bronner’s- Your Bucket List

10 Things to Do at Bronner’s- Your Bucket List

Is seeing the World’s Largest Christmas Store on your bucket list? We’re honored! We’ve got a little bucket list of our own … for those who can come to visit us in Frankenmuth, Michigan. Check it out!

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Small Town Fun in Pure Michigan

Small Town Fun in Pure Michigan

I think I say it in my sleep: You could vacation in Pure Michigan your whole life and never see everything our great state has to offer! From Chelsea to Calumet, meet five small towns (population under 6,000) that serve up big portions of history, intrigue, Great-Lakes fun and fury, foodie favorites, cruises, dramatic draws and more. Remember your getaways to these iconic locales with ornaments from Bronner’s! FIRST STOP – CHELSEA. Actor Jeff Daniels’ Purple Rose Theatre makes its

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Bronner’s – A Family Christmas Tradition

Bronner’s – A Family Christmas Tradition

One of the things I love most about Bronner’s is how it is a family tradition for SO many people, including myself.  Whether it’s buying that special ornament or driving down Christmas Lane, this store is filled with old and new memories.

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Super-Fan Carla Loves CHRISTmas and Bronner’s

Super-Fan Carla Loves CHRISTmas and Bronner’s

Carla Foust Guernsey Csaszar was introduced to Bronner’s by her husband, Mike, in 2010. It’s been a love affair all the way around ever since ♥.  I recently talked with Carla about how it all began …

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From St. Nicholas to Santa Claus: A Tradition of Giving

From St. Nicholas to Santa Claus: A Tradition of Giving

The concept of the American Santa Claus originated with St. Nicholas, who was born in Asia Minor about 280. He was known as a kind, benevolent man and made a saint because of his generosity. In honor of St. Nicholas, December 6 became the traditional day in Europe for the exchange of Christmas gifts and the beginning of the holiday season. Dutch immigrants to the United States brought with them their version of the gift-giving St. Nicholas, known as “Sinter

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