Quick Christmas Scrapbooking Tips

I have just one tip for you about Christmas scrapbooking, and that is to do it.

I know, that is pretty simplistic, but it is totally true. Here is why, though.

Time.

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Christmas uses time in ways no other holiday does. There are days off. You find time to bake, shop, write, and wrap.

Money

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Crass, I know, but generally speaking, we spend more money at Christmas on others than we do during the year. Apparently, I hear more this year than in history!

Heart

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I believe we experience more tender feelings during Christmas than any other time. We feel more as memories flood our thoughts. We miss more, but we feel joy and hope more, too.

Giving Love and Laughter

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Faith

We remember what Christmas is, and it is more than they tell us in Hallmark movies. It is God’s love coming in a baby.

Now What?

In my humble opinion, Christmas is too special and dear, to not note, and to my way of thinking, noting in a scrapbook.
Does that sound good to you? Join us on FUNN University or ask your Close To My Heart Consultant for help. It is what we do.

But, right now….

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1. jot down notes
2. find your photos and load them in an album to be printed
3. ask others at Christmas (with you or living elsewhere) for their memories and photos.
4. get started.
Because when you’re 35, 55, 65, or more, you’ll never remember the time, money, faith, or love of these past week as well as you think.

Oh, and don’t worry if you’re not the picture perfect family. Over time your scrap booked moments will make your memories perfect.

Ready? Just do it. Merry Christmas memory saving.

mary

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