Fun ways to celebrate the holidays with weed

Published Dec 19, 2021 02:00 p.m. ET
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We like to sit back, relax, and unwind between all of the craziness that is Christmas, and there’s no better way to do that than with a big, fat joint, but if you’re looking for more unique ways to ring in the holiday with weed, well then, we’re ready to help you take it up a notch with these incredible ideas that are perfect for stoners of all sorts.

Advent calendars

Generally, we view advent calendars as a thing for kids, who enjoy the surprise of opening up a secret door to discover what’s inside, in a countdown to the official day of presents, but there’s no reason adults can’t join in on the fun too. Make your own from scratch with fun little accessories or knick-knacks or take the easy way out and purchase a cannabis advent calendar for adults.

Ornaments

Putting up a tree is tradition, and the way you choose to decorate can absolutely be 420 inspired with a bit of creativity and some crafts or a shopping spree online. Whether you’re into funny stoner sayings or more elegant pot leaf ornamental balls, it’ll look amazing and show all your guests your enthusiasm for this glorious plant.

Pot plant tree

Most people prefer to stick to regular Christmas trees because they’re massive, providing a large canvas to work with which is a treat for decorators, but if you want to adopt 100% weed-themed decor, then why not hang a few ornaments on your very own cannabis plant instead? Alternatively, you can find an array of fake cannabis leaf Christmas trees online so that you don’t have to have a green thumb to enjoy a truly stony holiday.

Christmas bong

You might not always have a need for a Christmas bong, but there's no better way to get into the holiday spirit than with a splash of colour on a winter-themed device that gets you high. There are some beautiful choices available, though you might not find them in your average dispensary, and if you don’t want to buy one, then there’s always the option of building your own out of an ornament for some Christmas cheer.

Crackers

We did a segment on New Years' crackers that can be made at home and filled with hundreds of different cannabis-related tools, accessories or products, and though you might want to add some green and red paper to the mix, the idea is perfectly suited for Christmas. They are a whole lot of fun for anyone who likes a surprise and makes awesome decorations that can be placed on the branches of your tree so that they can look pretty while you sit and wait to celebrate the big day.

Strains

We’ve got strains that will make you cringe, strains that could induce an uncontrollable bout of laughter, and those that are seemingly perfectly suited for each holiday, including Christmas. So why not amplify your holiday cannabis experience by indulging in some appropriately named strains.

Edibles

Smoking joints and packing bowls are great, but if you want to elevate your Christmas dishes, then one of the best ways to do it is with cannabis, which can be added to just about anything. Whether you want a high turkey, a green ham, or twisted sugar cookie treats that will keep the buzz going all night long, we’ve got you covered with a variety of holiday recipes to choose from.

Candy cane joint

Get in touch with your creative side by rolling a fancy yet simple candy cane joint! Start out plain using food colouring for decoration as suggested in our easy-to-follow tutorial, or splurge on a pack of bright, flashy, Juicy rolling papers designed for just such a challenge for a perfect look. It’s fun, easy, and familiar for those who just want to toke to enjoy the holidays.

420-style mistletoe

One of the best things about Christmas is how breathtakingly beautiful the décor can be, and we put it everywhere, from our homes and Christmas trees to lampposts and front lawns, because everyone loves the way it reminds us that the big day is coming, but none are quite so longstanding and traditional as mistletoe. You’re supposed to kiss the one under this small decorative piece, so why not show some extra love by creating a cannabis mistletoe for both comical and spiritual relief.

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