Coloring Book for all ages – Makes a great stocking stuffer!
For years my husband has been doodling every time he has to sit and listen for any length of time – sermons, teachings, school. One time our pastor thought he was taking great notes, until he saw his doodling. Over the years, 24 in July, I’ve come to think of it as art.
After posting some of them on my website several people suggested that they would make a great coloring book – so here it is!
Dan’s Doodles would make a great “busy hands” product for children or young adults.
$2.95 Instant download
Memory Making Made Easy by Phyllis Sather
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.
Buy now at the special price of just $2.95
Your complete Holiday Organizer. To help you plan early and keep on track so you can enjoy the “Reason for the Season”.
“Be still and know that I am God.” Psalm 46:10
I was recently contacted by the owner of this site and told about the beautiful calligraphy she has available.
The new second edition of Artful Advent is now available.
From: Michelle Geffken
Isn’t it easy to lose sight of Christ in the chaos of Christmas?
Open your children’s eyes to the reality of Christ’s birth!
Now I know you’re busy but …
What if I showed you a simple way of using resources you already own, to unlock learning you’ll be amazed by, during the season of Advent?
Learning that would not only open a world to your children about CHRISTMAS … but also about ART …
I love to have Scripture displayed around my home to remind me of things I often forget. By the chair where I have my quiet time I have a plaque that reads: