We gathered up a few activity ideas to help you keep your holiday gathering lively and fun for all ages.
And if your home should need a painting refresh after the holiday season, R&J Painting LLC
is here to be of help!

* Oven mitts game: Dare everyone to open at least one present while wearing oven mitts. It’s practically impossible, hilarious to watch, and reminds us to slow down and enjoy the time we spend together.

* Candy cane hunt: Hide candy canes around the house (or yard, if you’re brave or live somewhere warm) and challenge kids to find them all.

* Snowball fights: Take the party outside for a bracing battle in the snow. If you don’t care to go outdoors or there isn’t any white stuff on the ground, buy or make a bucket of cotton wool snowballs.

* Tabletop games: Board and card games are a great choice to entertain partygoers and keep the conversation flowing while you munch on cookies and sip your favorite festive beverage. Focus on easy games that don’t require a ton of concentration — this is a social event, and nobody wants to spend hours learning the rules.

* Nerf dart battle: They don’t hurt when they hit you, can’t cause much damage, and just about anyone can use them. Tuck tiny Nerf guns and darts into stockings and watch the mayhem unfold.

* Christmas movie marathon: When the party slows down, and the kids start yawning, throw some blankets and pillows on the floor and let them unwind with some holiday movies. The odds are strong that you’ll wind up with a pile of sleeping kids while the adults can relax, chat and do a little bit of cleanup.

R&J Painting LLC has become McHenry County’s premier and trusted painting contractor, and we would love to help you with your next painting project. We thank all our clients for their continued support and partnership and look forward to working together in 2022.

We thank all our clients for their continued support and partnership and look forward to working together in 2022.
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas, and may your 2022 be filled with peace, hope, and much prosperity!

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12/14/2021