Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Hand Down the Faith with Mystery Bags - Origami Christmas Star

On my other blog I wrote about how a few years ago I involved my three grandsons in making my Christmas cards. The boys helped draw the design on the cover, I wrote the inside greeting and then the boys prayed with me for the people who received our cards. We prayed the coming year would draw the people who received the cards closer to Jesus.

Yes, the drawings looked like a seven year old, four year old and two year old helped to draw them . . . after all, the boys were seven, four and two at the time, but the cards were the best Christmas cards I ever sent, because the boys helped make them and most importantly, they prayed with me for the people who received them.

I wrote how this year I'm going to have my grandsons help me with my Christmas cards once again, but this year we are going to fold origami stars which the people who receive them will be able to hang upon their tree. Since my grandsons enjoy origami, I expect the stars will turn out well and will look nice hanging on the trees of the people who receive them; but the most important thing, once again, will be how we will pray once more for everyone who receives them.

If you would like to involve your grandchildren in helping you create origami Christmas Star Ornament Cards, consider making this project a Mystery Bag project. You will find the full post with all the info you need at this link.

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