Polynesian Christmas

I had so much fun with our Nordic Christmas last year. We found so many new traditions to incorporate into our family! I could hardly wait to get started with this year’s Christmas theme.

Our family opted for something a bit warmer this year. Michigan is lovely but it is not a tropical paradise. However we have chosen to take our warm memories and learn some new traditions to brighten and warm our northern home.

When we had a week-long winter wonderland a couple of weeks ago I was definitely sure we had made the correct decision.

November 2019. Bird of Paradise in a Michigan snowstorm.
My backyard during a 14 hour snow storm while I was planning Polynesian Christmas.

Follow along with me as I try to post a different activity or food or tradition every day between now and Christmas. I’ll have the complete list of posts below for easy reference.

Polynesian Christmas: Kauai Puzzle
Polynesian Christmas: Mele Kalikimaka
Polynesian Christmas: Be Pono
Polynesian Christmas: Island Style Snowman Snacktivity
Polynesian Christmas: Monstera Drop Dish
Polynesian Christmas: Tapa Patterns
Polynesian Christmas: DIY Tapa Wrapping Paper
Polynesian Christmas: Nativity
Polynesian Christmas: Deck the Palms
Polynesian Christmas: Aloha Wear
Polynesian Christmas: Origami Aloha Shirt
Polynesian Christmas: Pineapple
Polynesian Christmas: Decorate Your Tree Island Style
Polynesian Christmas: Ukulele In A Snowstorm
Polynesian Christmas: Homemade Ornaments
Polynesian Christmas: Fancy POG
Polynesian Christmas: Tropical Garland
Polynesian Christmas: Flowers, Flowers, Everywhere
Polynesian Christmas: Flowers in Your Hair
Polynesian Christmas: Leis for All Occasions
Polynesian Christmas: Maori Ornaments
Polynesian Christmas: Hawaiian Quilts
Polynesian Christmas: It’s About Family
Polynesian Christmas: Lilikoi
Polynesian Christmas: Honu

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