Theme Layout


Boxed or Wide or Framed


Theme Translation

Display Featured Slider


Featured Slider Styles


Display Grid Slider


Grid Slider Styles


Display Trending Posts

Display Author Bio

Display Instagram Footer

Silver Petticoat │15 Hallmark Channel Christmas Originals

As has been well documented, I'm a bit of a Hallmark movie addict. My archives here suggest this as does my file drives. This is why I decided to follow up my 15 Hallmark Channel Romances list with one exclusive to the Christmas season. Yes, that's right, I compiled a list of 15 Hallmark Channel films to enjoy at Christmas time because, well, they're centered on Christmas with plenty of romance.

BLOG PAGE: Christmas Film Archives

This time of year, I tend to binge watch them. So of course, in pursuit of that, over the many years, I've amassed several on DVD. Below you can find the opening of said list with links to the Silver Petticoat list. Have a look and if you like, comment or share about your favorites. As you know, I'm always ready to chat about any new Hallmark flick.

15 Hallmark Channel Christmas Originals to Watch

have a confession to make: I’m a Christmas movie junkie. More specifically, I’m a Hallmark Christmas movie junkie. (My blog and DVD shelf can attest to this.) Not only do I eagerly read up on their seasonal lineups each year, my favorite wasting past times is watching for their TV originals to release to DVD, and once they do, collecting them has become something of a tradition at my house. Over the Christmas season, old favorites, as well as the new programming, enjoys frequent play time in my living room, which brings us to today and this list.

Since we are now seeped in, and officially a part of the Christmas season, I wanted to revisit some of Hallmark’s Christmas originals. The tradition my mother and I indulge in, for several years now, is a new Christmas movie each Christmas eve. Sure we love re-playing all of our old favorite Hallmark Channel Romances or even the occasional Christmas classic like White Christmas or the fun rom-com The Holiday, but every year we set aside a new Christmas flick (usually a Hallmark) to watch on Christmas Eve. Then we make a night out of it by binge-watching some oldies along with sneaking our one new film we set aside. Today, I’m sharing some of the films you can also enjoy this season.

15 Hallmark Channel Christmas Originals to Watch

(Alphabetized by Title, A-Z) 

Share :


  1. I barely ever watch movies...ikr?! SHAME ON ME. XD So glad you enjoy these ones! Christmassy movies always make me get more into the spirit of the season!! hehe
    Thanks for stopping by @ Paper Fury!

    1. Definitely, Cait. And though there isn't always the polished ease to these as some blockbuster films, I love 'em nonetheless. :)

      My pleasure. Love visiting new blogs and yours is always fun. THANK YOU for the return visit. :)

  2. I am A HUGE Hallmark fan and don't get me started at Christmas. I don't have cable but when I go to my grandparents every holiday season you can guess what me and my grandma like to do every evening. We both could watch the movies over and over the then when classics play I am just ecstatic!

    1. P.S I just remembered! I wanted to invite you to join in on my End of Year Link-up!

    2. Aw, that sounds like a lovely tradition, Kara. I watched on once at my aunt's house (because no cable here either) and it was fun. It's always nice to see these because they're just SO cute. :)

      Thanks for the End of Year blog link. I'll most definitely be by to visit. :)

  3. We love Hallmark movies at my house too. I agree with several on your list but would add Christmas with Holly, Debbie Macomber's Trading Christmas as well as a few from Lifetime -Christmas on the Bayou and Love Under the Christmas Table. I've enjoyed a couple of the new ones this year too!

    1. You added some amazing ones, Brittaney! I almost added Christmas with Holly (more than once!) during the making of this list only to remember it's "technically" a Hallmark Hall of Fame. I suppose my "OCD" wouldn't allow me to add it although I most certainly should have... because that scene when Holly asks her uncle to be her dad... gets me every time. So cute. :)

      Thanks for sharing some of your favorites - I love chatting these up! :)

  4. I'm going to include this post in my The Sunday Post (going up on Sunday). I love reading your movie reviews and this is perfect for even more Christmas movies to watch!
    My blog is: Molly's Book Nook

    1. Molly, thank you so much. I sincerely appreciate you sharing this post. I'll be certain to stop by your blog this week and visit. :)


Have a thought? Don't be shy, go ahead and leave one... or two... or three! I reply to every comment. If you're new to the blog, please don't hesitate to introduce yourself and your blog - we love chatting around here!

Feedback and every comment is appreciated and read - I always leave a response; your opinions are respected and I ask that you show mine the same courtesy.

(If you post under “anonymous,” please leave a name. If you don't have a Google account, you can type your name into the Name/URL and if you have no site, just leave "URL" blank.)

If you are still reading my ramblings, thank you for following this little blog and for being one of its supporters. I’ve enjoyed getting to know each of you, friends!

[name=Rissi] [img=Your Image Url Here] [description=auburn-hair. #bookblogger. downton abbey. inspys. internet-photo-shy. silver petticoat contributor. writer. the aspiration is to someday write professionally. a girl can dream, right?] (facebook= (twitter= (instagram= (bloglovin= (pinterest=Pinterest Profile Url) (tumblr=Tumblr Profile Url)

Follow @Instagram