Little ones are sure to love this Advent cushion. Just like Santa’s mince pie-filled tummy, it’s nice and plump, and by moving his belt around, the days till Christmas will be clearly displayed in his buckle.
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Please share! I wanted a Christ-centered card to accompany the gifts my son would give to his Kindergarten and Sunday School teachers. I was able to use my Silhouette to make a very simple design that reminds us, without words, why Christmas is such a wonderful time of the year. Christ came into the world …
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Winter Nodders are crafted using rusty beehive bed springs. Each nodder wears a faux suede stocking cap trimmed with coffee stained faux Monoglian fur and a large rusty jingle bell. His collar is also crafted from faux Mongolian fur and trimmed with a homespun bow, rusty jingle bell and gungy hang tag. $18 each
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Fluffy Polar Bear Free Knitting Pattern in Red Heart Yarns — This huggable polar bear is super lovable! He’s knit with wonderful furry yarn and has his own winter scarf. Make him as a special gift and, when you can’t bear to give him away, make another for yourself!
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Tims Christmas Assemblage Clock Kit wont last long in his Etsy shop. If you want one better be waiting when it goes live and quick!
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The legend of the Christmas Wreath Long ago an orphan boy sought comfort from the cold in church where all bore gifts… riches of silver and gold. Though the boy had no gift, he would not despair, for his life had been filled in blessed grace and prayer. He took a holly branch and tied a circle in a crown, then brought it to the church and at the altar, laid it down. The wreath began to sparkle as brilliant berries glowed above, a testament to the strength of prayer and Gods encircling lov…
- December 20, 2019
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I did this a few years ago with my sons school picture. We also wrote on the back side of the ornament the year and his age. Grandparents loved them. I copied the picture on to sort of heavy weight paper, you have to roll the picture to get it in the glass ball. Chop sticks come in handy for this process. You can use any kind of glass ball.
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