Free Christmas printable

Excited to share our Free Christmas printable with you all today, Merry Christmas!
You’ll notice Kris & I were a lot more gung ho about the holidays leading up to Christmas vs. Christmas itself.  Oh yes, we were raised with all the glitz, glamour and fun of it, but our dear parents also emphasized on the reason for the season.  Now that we’re moms, we’re focusing more on the latter and less on the candy, stockings and presents.

Enjoy our free printable,
Unto Us a Child is Born
as a reminder of what this holiday is truly about: the celebration of our Savior’s birth.
To print your free 8×10:  Click the image {click again once in the screen that will pop up for full resolution} then right-click to save or print.

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  1. Hey I just adore this! You did an awesome job!! I featured you at my blog today. I'd love it if you could stop by and say hey! While your there I've got a widget on the top right hand side. For each click it gets P&G will donate 1 days worth of clean water! I'd appreciate a click! Easy way to give back! Thanks!


  2. Thanks for the beautiful printable! I can't wait to get into our new home and display it properly!

  3. I love this printable! I have a red and white Christmas theme going and I appreciate the fact that this one is focused on the real reason for Christmas. Thank you!

  4. Kelli- I appreciate you sharing your printable! Thanks so much for linking to the party – I greatly appreciate it! I featured these today – stop by and grab a featured button if you like. Hope you have a lovely week! ~ Stephanie Lynn

  5. Ooh, thanks for the printable!

    I think I have found a new fave blog here!

    Stop by and see my sometime over at Free 2 Be Frugal.

  6. Thanks I am going to use it with some others I got from the net to create a little display!

  7. This is the first year we felt our kids were old enough to really understand more about the true meaning… Thanks for this lovely reminder, I'm totally printing this one:)

  8. I totally agree with you we try to make memories that the children will have forever instead of giving gifts that don't make it to the next christmas. Thanks for the printout!

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