On the sixth day of Christmas Giveaways . . .

 

On the sixth day of Christmas Giveaways, SIX winners will receive . . . a lovely 2-book bundle from www.Phyllis-Sather.com!

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This beautiful book bundle includes Family Favorites for the Holidays and Memory Making Made Easy by Phyllis Sather. Perfect for the Christmas season!

 

Family Favorites for the Holidays 

Every family has their favorite Christmas traditions. Those traditions include events, places, people, and food. This little book is about the food that our family associates with the Thanksgiving and Christmas holiday season.

Christmas is like no other season of the year. For us, who live in Minnesota, it includes cold, snowy weather, hot beverages, and gathering by the fireplace for cozy evenings together.

It also means finding meaningful ways to celebrate the birth of our Savior. Keeping the real meaning of Christmas alive is the goal and all the other things are the “glue” that binds us together as we celebrate His birth.

Memory Making Made Easy  

Just in time for Christmas! I remember those years when our children were much younger. My sister always wanted them to make her something homemade – so this time of year we were always scrambling for a new idea.

If you have family or friends who enjoy receiving homemade gifts from your children this is the book for you.

We’ve compiled many of our best and easiest ideas. You  may already have most of the materials, but if not a quick trip to the craft store will provide everything you  need to make that unique gift for your child’s special aunt or uncle.

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15 thoughts on “On the sixth day of Christmas Giveaways . . .

  1. As a child, every year my Dad and us kids would make the trek to buy an evergreen tree and every year my dad would underestimate the length of our room and have to chop a good portion of the tree off. It’s a running joke at our house.
    Though I still remember the smell of those evergreens. Mmmmmmmm, so good. Now, since my husband and I have an artificial tree, he buys me Balsam Yankee Candle every year, so I can enjoy the smell. : )

  2. Sitting on the stairs in my house waiting for my dad to turn on the Christmas music and the Christmas tree lights before we could go down and open our presents… we do the same tradition with our kids.

  3. We didn’t have stairs, so we had to wait in the bathroom with the door closed, while dad took pictures and ooohed and ahhhed for what seemed like FOREVER!!!

  4. Christmas cookies and Christmas crafts! One of my new favorite traditions is singing along as my daughter plays carols on the piano — one I hope to last for many, many years!

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