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This “Paper Plate Candle Wreath” would make a nice gift for an elderly person to hang on their door. I thought of this idea because my mom lives in an assisted living facility. Many of the residents are alone during the holidays. Why not brighten their day, by making a few wreaths, and give them…Read more..
Do you need a fun craft to do with your Sunday school class? Make our “Manger Scene Ornament” and talk about Jesus’ birth—the real reason we celebrate Christmas. Click the picture to download the PDF 🙂Read more..
Here are three easy crafts to do at home or school. The “Salt Dough Handprint” is my favorite. It can be a great gift for mom or grandma—and will be treasured for years to come.Read more..
Have your kids create homemade gift tags. Simply color and then attach to any present. Click the picture to down the PDF :)Read more..
I hope you like these decorative door hangers. They’re perfect to bring to a family get-together and put out for the kids to color. Enjoy! Click the picture to download the PDF :)Read more..
I really like this craft because it’s easy to do for very young children. Once the craft is complete, read Luke 2:11-12 together as a family. “Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is the Messiah, the Lord. This will be a sign to you: You will find a baby wrapped in…Read more..
I hope you enjoy this precious angel craft. The sheet music reminds me of my dad. He loved to sing Christmas hymns at church, and I can remember singing Christmas carols in the car when we were driving to my grandma’s house. Click the link to download the free PDF craft :)Read more..
Today, July 16th, 40 years ago ( LOL ) Karen and I were giving the greatest gift we could ever ask for... Each other! (Besides our wonderful children of course!) -Happy Birthday Sis! Love you more each and every day!Read more..
The past 25 years with Twin Sisters® have been quite an adventure. Karen and I have had a lot of fun working in the children’s publishing industry and have learned a lot about running a business. We shared some advice about challenges and team work with The Women’s Book. Read our Q&A at TheWomensBook.com.…Read more..