Happy Holidays everyone!
Today I have a fun printable for you…”O Come Let Us Adore Him!”This “O Come Let Us Adore Him” is perfect for framing, making it into a card, or just for you own viewing! :) I love the colors in this fun printable! If you would like to print this as a jpeg image, right click over the image and go to “save image as” then save in a folder. You can then print your own, or send it out to your favorite photo processing center. This print is formatted to a 5 x 7 size. For those of you that would like the PDF download, click on the link:
O come let us adore him
I love this time of year when we think more about others and we have gratitude in our hearts for all that we have been blessed with. There is much to be thankful for this Christmas season. Look around you today and see if there is someone you can help…even it is with a friendly smile, letting someone in line in front of you, paying it forward to someone, doing a service to someone in need, or a million other things that I am sure you can think of!
Hope You Have a Great Weekend!
For Christmas, my husband and I decided that we wanted to give everyone an experience, instead of a wrapped gift, so we gave my daughter and DIL’s a girl’s weekend!
It was so much fun!
We started off by going to dinner at Bucca di Beppo. Most of them had never been here before, so they loved trying out a new dining place!
We were waiting for one more DIL to come, but the photo session started anyway!
I am back from my Christmas break! I hope that everyone had a great holiday and that you got to do something you loved or be with someone you love!
I mentioned that I was making quilts for Christmas, well we ended up making 5 of them! I bought a kit last summer and it had the pattern and everything in it for a complete quilt. It was such an easy pattern that I was able to put the top together in an evening! There was actually enough fabric in that kit to do the star and the border for a second quilt! So that is what got me on a roll! My husband was out of town for about a week and during that week I was able to put 4 of these quilts together and my daughter did the 5th one for her husband for Christmas!
I have seen this fun idea out there in blog land and thought that it was so cute that I needed to do it for my granddaughters! It seems like all the kids have crazy sock day at school, so they could use these for that, right? I found these darling snowman socks at Target and just had to get them, and these socks are just so soft and warm that they can wear them for slippers.
Can you believe that this is the last Thursday’s Thought before Christmas?! Where did December go? How are all of your Christmas preparations coming? Are you in panic mode, or enjoying the season mode? I am somewhere in the middle of that. I have most of the projects done and the shopping done, now I just need to get the wrapping and the delivering done! :)
I thought that I would save this thought for right before Christmas because this is the
Real Reason for the Season.
This is formatted to 8 x 10 for any of you that would like to frame it! This would be a great gift if you need a little last minute gift for someone!
To print, right click over image and go to “save image as” then save in a folder. Or you can right click over image and go to “copy image” open your favorite program like word or presentations and right click again and go to paste.
I hope that during this Christmas season you will have the real meaning of Christmas in your heart and in your home!
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My friend gave me this darling picture for Christmas this year and I am absolutely loving it! She cut the vinyl on her Silhouette machine and used darling paper for the back of the frame and added a few red glittery snowflakes!
Today I have a fun little gift label that is perfect for neighbor gifts, teacher gifts, visiting teaching gifts, a co-worker or a special treat for someone you love!
I hope that you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend. We had a great one even though there was a lot of excitement in our neighborhood! One of our neighbors had a fire in their home on Thanksgiving morning! The home received smoke damage and damage to half of the house, but it is not a total loss, thank goodness! We are hoping that they will be able to move back in a week or two! But it will probably take months to get their home all put back together! It really makes you stop and count your blessings and my number one blessing is always my family, as was our neighbor’s! Everyone was safe and that was the most important thing!
But now, here is the December visiting teaching handout for Relief Society for my church I love that it is all about the Savior for this month, because to me that is what Christmas is all about!
I chose to focus on this quote by Elder D. Todd Christofferson.