Here’s project 3 from the Holiday Extravaganza! LOVED the snowman tea lights that I CASED from Becky Roberts when she first showed them a couple of years ago! 🙂
As soon as I got My Paper Pumpkin this month, I KNEW what I wanted to do with it! Look at the FUN “pie” project for Thanksgiving!
Our family in a small group bible study. We get together every other week – we eat together and our kids attend with us. Kids hang out in another room, or outside, while we do our study. At the end of the study, all of the adults and kids gather in one room. Each week one of the kids gives a devotion to our whole group. The kids get comfortable sharing with their friends and adults! It’s very informal and low key.
Brady’s turn for the devotion is this week. He wanted a “Thanksgiving” theme, so his lesson is on giving thanks! As “luck” (I call them “Godincidences”, not coincidences) would have it, there are 8 kids in our group. There are 8 pieces of pie! At the end of Brady’s lesson, each kid will get a small piece of paper. They will fill in where it says “I am thankful for ________ (insert each kid’s name) because: ____________________. Each kid will write why they are thankful for that person. We will collect all the pieces of paper and put them into their piece of the pie for them to take home! Each child will have MANY messages to pour over! I will also tuck in some treats in the box, too. What a fun way to use this pie project! This could be done around the Thanksgiving table as well! (I should have bought 2 kits this month!!)
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Here are the supplies I used for the Christmas Gift Box
I’m so excited to share with you the projects from the Holiday Extravaganza! I’m so sorry I am a little late in posting these, my time was occupied with these two little munchkins, who arrived 7 days apart. These are my brand new grandkids, Stella Rae and Elias Daniel. LOVE THESE TWO SO MUCH!
I’ll start out with our first project. This was a gift bag the ladies made so they could put all their projects inside when they were done with them. The gals got a stack of the beautiful Trim the Tree DSP in their packets so they could make their legs out of any color they wanted. Stay tuned for MORE PROJECTS!
Here are some more projects from our Holiday Extravaganza! We made a card box using the Envelope Punch Board! You can get about 4 cards and envelopes inside. Janet Wakeland has an awesome detailed video on how to make this HERE.
Here are a couple of cards we made that could go inside the box.
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