Category Archive Christmas Traditions

ByAngie

Free Christmas Holiday Season Planning Printable Pack

Now, how does the old song go?

 

Christmas time is coming, the goose is getting fat!

Time to download your Free Christmas Holiday Season Planning Printable Pack!

You don’t have to have a penny, it’s free for you!

You don’t have to have a hay penny, God bless you!

 

Okay, I may have gotten the words wrong on that one, but I’m silly and couldn’t resist.

 

Free Christmas Holiday Season Planning Printable Pack

 

I want to be honest with you and tell you that this printable pack is far from my best work. I drew it up in a hurry and it shows. In a perfect world, I would have started this in early October when I originally thought of it, poured my blood, sweat, and tears into it, and had it finished weeks ago so you could download it earlier. Such was not the case. But since I make myself printable lists every year for my own record, I thought I would throw something together that was pretty and share it with you all.

 

Free Christmas Holiday Season Planning Printable Pack

 

This Free Christmas Holiday Season Planning Printable Pack has many blank lists, 2 month at a glance calendars for November & December, a budget list, and even includes 2 little sheets for planning New Year’s Eve & New Year’s Day and more. Consisting of 25 pages, the Free Christmas Holiday Season Planning Printable Pack is decorated with vintage public domain images and is rather colorful. Just right to put you in the Thanksgiving and Christmas planning spirit!

 

Free Christmas Holiday Season Planning Printable Pack

 

If you notice any mistakes or would like me to add a page, just let me know! Hopefully next year I’ll have something more fun to give to you all. Not that this isn’t fun, but my aim is always to improve and never settle. 😉

 

This is just our humble little gift to you, from all of us here at Raising Sticky Hands To Heaven. God bless, Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year to you all!

 

You can download the Free Christmas Holiday Season Planning Printable Pack by clicking here. Please, do not share this link or your download with others, but send them to this post to download a pack of their own instead. Thank you!

 

 

ByDiania

The Tree

As you decorate the Christmas tree
With ornaments of love
Memories your children made
Ceramic ginger breads hang above

Does it ever cross your mind
What your tree really means
Can you close your eyes
And imagine Jesus on the scene

A baby boy receiving
Gifts from all around
While animals and shepherds
Stand upon the ground

A king born to deliver
The world from all of it’s sin
A gift no other man
Would ever give again

Born not only to die again
But for you and me to live
You could shop forever
And not find a better gift to give

We get a little crazy
Around this time of year
The meaning of this day
Just seems to disappear

If we take time to remember
Why we decorate the tree
Then Christmas Day would be
The greatest gift for you and me

ByAngie

Angie’s Christmas Tradition

Stocking With Hearts

I started this tradition with my oldest child’s first Christmas. On Christmas Eve, we fill our stocking for Jesus with hearts (small felt pillows) personalized for each family member: Symbolizing the renewal of our giving our lives to Him! A great family tradition that reminds us of the true meaning of Christmas. The idea came to me while in a Christian store where they had stockings for Jesus with cards to fill out… I felt this was simpler, reusable, and more symbolic for younger children.

Feel free to make your own or buy stockings and/or premade hearts in our boutique.

Any other ideas? Let us know so that we might share it with others! You will receive ALL credit!

ByAngie

Kyndra’s Christmas Tradition

Kyndra, a reader of Raising Sticky Hands To Heaven, submitted this tradtion:

Hey Angie,

I came acrossed this lovely Christmas tradition, its great because it involves Jesus!

Here is how it works! You will need to get a lil cradle/ manger and about 5 days before christmas morning get the manger ready set it under the tree and each day prep it a lil more add more hay, blankets and maybe animals around it…and Christmas morning your children walk out and see baby Jesus in the manger. Jesus was born on Christmas Day, our gift from God 🙂

Enjoy. Kyndra

Sounds awesome to me! What do you think? Submit your ideas to be featured via the “Contact Us” page! 🙂

ByAngie

Christmas Traditions…

Do you have any favorite traditions you do with your family to honor Christ through the Christmas season?

Won’t you share them with us? Please?

Send an email to me via the “Contact Us” tab up at the top of this page. Let me know! And then check back in to see what others have shared.

Thank you!