Free Holiday Crafts Ebooks & Some Reminders!  

I have been able to download some wonderful (free) craft ebooks this year, thanks to some of the blogs and newsletters lists I am on that have posted the links!  I thought I'd share these with you too so you can enjoy making some more memories with your kids!  I am always looking for ideas for little crafts that my kids can make family for Christmas.  I will be pulling these ebooks out next year when we are looking for ideas.  Enjoy....

Here are some other free ebooks you might enjoy...


My kids are so excited....snow is forecast for this week...yeah!  We were hoping for a white Christmas and it looks like we may get one here. 

I just wanted to remind you that at the end of this year, I will be taking down The Glorious Coming (softcover) book from my website.  The author, Ann Voskamp, has asked that I pull the book so that she can consider a total re-write of the devotionals.  If you would like to have a copy of this softcover book, you will need to purchase a copy before the end of the year.  [Note:  100% of all proceeds from the sale of this book are being donated to Samaritan's Purse to help the "least of these".]

At the end of the year, I will also be taking down The 12-Week Holiday Planner for the Christian Family ebook for a total makeover!  I am excited about this and look forward to making this planner even better and more usable for you.  I have had several great ideas emailed to me in the past year and just did not have the time this year to work on a revision.  But...this is the year for a total revision...Watch for a brand new edition of this planner next summer!  If you want a copy of this ebook now, you will need to purchase it before the end of the year.

I will be taking a blogging break now until after the holidays.  May each of you have a wonderful Christmas!

Love, Sheri

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  • The Real Me!  
    December 21, 2009 at 6:55 AM

    I love the Favcrafts website. I get their emails and have taken advantage of the free ebooks.

    I love the 12 Week planner as well and can't wait to see what you come up with next year. I'm sure it will be wonderful.


  • Anonymous  
    December 21, 2009 at 12:21 PM

    Hi I was just wanting to ask you if you could share some of the traditions that you do with your family for Christmas. THe meaningful ones that are edifying. Thanks and GOd Bless,

  • Kristen  
    December 28, 2009 at 8:16 AM

    Thanks for directing your readers to FaveCrafts' free resources, our eBooks have become very popular.

    Here's a fun after-Christmas project with Poinsettias

    Happy New Year!


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