Saturday, December 1, 2012

A few good Christmas blog posts I've stumbled across...

I was supposed to be taking family photos for some friends of mine today but plans got changed so I'm home with no schedule planned. I particularly like days like that! Christmas cheer is everywhere and I myself will be crafting and baking today because it sounds like the perfect way to start December don't you think? I accidentally gathered some awesome and cute ideas and thought I would share them with you. Because let's face it we all love a little fellow blog love.

1. Cookies - it had to be first on my list! These are White Chocolate Peppermint Cookies from Two Peas and Their Pod. I know I share a lot of recipes from them but my goodness they just HAVE so many good ones! Plus it combines my two absolute favorites: peppermint and white chocolate! Just click here for a direct link.

2. Chalkboard Art - These chalkboard creations are SO chic and they are free to print or download (for personal use only). I love black and white stuff so I'm definitely printing these and either framing them or decoupaging them onto canvas??? Hmmm....what to do with them?

3. Crazy Christmas Tree - Okay this one is slightly weird and a little off the norm of what I post but this is really cool! Had to share it, click here for link.

4. Children's Advent Calender - This simplistic printable looks like a lot of fun for kids and adults alike and will help keep your focus on what is really important this holiday season! Click here for link.

That's all for now I've been staring at my #1 COOKIES and I'm really craving those peppermint ones so I think I will go make some. Yes, right now! See you after my sweet tooth is satisfied!


Diwakar said...

So good to know you through your profile on the Blogger. I am so glad to know that you a Pastor's wife. About me, I am in the PASTORAL ministry for last 33yrs in the great city of Mumbai,India a city with a great contrast where richest of rich and poorest of poor live with a population of 18 million of which half of the population lives in the slums and those who live in the slums are the people who are poor, marginalised and socially, politically and economically oppressed. We reach out to the poorest of poor people living in the slums of MUMBAI with the love of Christ to bring healing to the broken hearted and give new hope and future through various compassionate activities. We also encourage young people as well as adults from West irrespective of their Denominational background to come on a short term missions trip to work with us. Since you are ministering young people from your church it would be so great if you encourage you young people to come and work with us on a short term missions trip.
God willing I will be coming to States in the month of June 2013 and will be so glad to meet you and share about our ministry to the poorest of poor in the slums of Mumbai. Looking forward to hear from you very soon.