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And So He Came

I saw a commercial this morning on the In Touch Ministries website that showed a dad calling each one of his family members down to the living room. They had no idea why he wanted them all together, but they soon found that the reason he took the time to interrupt their routines was so that they could all rediscover why we celebrate such a beautiful holiday… he said "Last year I woke up the day after Christmas, feeling like I'd missed something."

I'm ashamed to confess that I've felt that very thing before.

So before the season is once again past, I'm going to take the time to remember and celebrate what I should have been dwelling on all along: not frenzied shopping and repetitive list-making and seeing to it that all the sticks of butter are at room temperature so I can bake all those cookies, but rather the One whose birth was the first Christmas gift to us all.

Please enjoy this complimentary chart from my heart to yours. And Merry Christmas!

Click here for the printable chart, and not on the images: Download Christmas Ornament 2014 PRINTOUT

(Pictured below are some different fabric options, just to give you an idea of what you may want to work with.)

Christmas 2014 Examplar

Christmas 2014 Black

Christmas 2014 Conf Gray

Christmas 2014 Olde Towne

And if you haven't taken the time yet to read the "story" of Christmas, here is something else you may want to either pull up on your tablet/laptop/computer, or print out. The link to print is at the bottom of the image.

This is Christmas

Download This is Christmas


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