I’ve followed Catholic All Year for many years now and noticed today she did a nice post about Epiphany traditions in the Catholic faith. I thought I’d share her post here as a reminder to myself of things I can do this year, and plan ahead for next year. Happy New Year! And Happy Epiphany of our Lord on January 6, 2019!
I’ve updated my Etsy Store with a few more items, most notably some crafts made by my 10 year old daughter. She and I attempted to do an outdoor craft sale in October but we got rained out. She had prepared her crafts and priced things, but never had the opportunity to sell anything. So I thought it might be nice to add her creations to my store. Take a look and post a comment on my Turning Leaf Studio Facebook page if you like what you see 🙂
Crafty Fabric Christmas Trees
Chicken Notecards by Eva
Needle Felted Acorn Kit
Needle Felted Acorns
Travel Puppets by Eva
for the Weary Woman’s Soul…
A nice article and suggestions as we begin Advent this year. When you are not in the “perfect place for a perfect Advent”, here are some tips and suggestions to keep in mind by CatholicMom.com!
Love these homemade gift ideas posted by Mommypotamus. I’m working on a few of these ideas myself for Christmas, and am going to save a few other ideas for upcoming winter crafting. Check them out! (cute image collage below from Mommypotamus)
I’m late getting this posted because this was a give-away from last week from Shower of Roses. But I thought the ideas and links in the post were worth saving and going through for ideas.
This is a nicely written post on Catholic News Agency today, by Jenny of Mama Needs Coffee, titled “Silver Linings of a Small Budget Christmas“. She makes some very good points that are good to keep in mind no matter what our budgets allow or don’t allow. Merry Christmas!