Christmas is a wonderful season for so many reasons, but none more amazing than the birth of Christ. That’s where our focus needs to be, even during craft time. Here’s a roundup of 7 Christ-centered Christmas crafts that you can do with your kids.
This post is sponsored by DaySpring. I was compensated for this post, but all opinions are mine alone.
Do you love the idea of a Christmas tradition like Elf On The Shelf, but don’t want to distract your kids from the true meaning of Christmas, Jesus Christ? The Shepherd On The Search is the perfect solution!
This post is sponsored by The Morrell Tale Design. All opinions are mine alone. 🙂
Ilove Christmas! There are not enough songs and emojis and happy words to describe the joy in my heart during this sweet season. Christ has come to redeem us, and my heart is so full. Though I love literally everything about Christmastime, one of my favorite things is decorating! Lights on the house, ornaments on the tree, nativities everywhere you turn; it is just simply magical. But many of you are like me, which means you’re on a budget and can’t go spend hundreds of dollars at Hobby Lobby to deck out your house for the holiday season. But as the angel said to Joseph, “Fear not!” 😉 It is absolutely possible to transform your home for the holidays, even when you’re on a budget!
Christmas is quickly approaching. Don’t worry, I’m not trying to rush through fall or skip over Thanksgiving, but in our house, it’s time to start thinking about Christmas gifts! Every Thursday leading up to Christmas, I’ll be sharing a gift guide for a certain group of people (click here to see all the gift guides). All of us seem to have a few people that stump us every year, so I hope these gift guides will help you figure out what to get those people in your life! Let’s get this party started with a gift guide: for men! 🙂