The Cookie Cutter Kits are so much fun! Use them to:
Use the cookie cutter as a template. It keeps the felting needles away from your fingers and the fibers contained. Then add the details with the felting needle. Color it simple, use our designs as a guide or get creative and design your own.
All kits include:
Angels are God's messengers. Gabriel was sent to Mary to tell her she give birth to Jesus. An angel also visited Joseph in a dream and told him of his finance's pregancy. Then God sent an angel to the shepherds to tell them of the birth of Jesus.
Angels are also sent to protect us and guide us.
Angels - don't you just love to decorate with Angels especially at Christmas? But angels are with us all year long. Psalms 91:11
Popular culture give us Garden Angels too.
We see this bright red bird stand out against the dark everygreen trees and while snow. They appear in Christmas cards and as ornaments. But did you know that Cardinals represent the everlasting love of Jesus Christ? Their bright red color represents Christs' blood that he gave for us so that we may have everlasting life.
Cardinals also symbolize hope.
The true meaning of Christmas is the celebration of the birth of Christ Jesus who is God in the flesh, who died on the cross to forgive our sins, who rose from the dead and who is creating a place for us in heaven and promising us everlasting life.
Jesus is the Reason for the Season. The cross is a symbol of His love for all of God's children. We celebrate his birth at Christmas.
Love to bake Gingerbread houses? Well now you can bake gingerbread cookies and create an adorable ornament too! No one knows for certain, but it is thought that the inspiration for gingergread houses came from the Grimm brothers' story of Hansel and Grettle. Or, perhaps the yummy gingerbread houses inspired Grimm to write the story . What do you think?
Did you know that using holly branches, berries & leaves at the Winter Solstice dates back to the Celts in Northern Europe? The ancient Romans believed holly warded off lightening strikes and witchcraft and sent boughs of holly to friends during the Winter Solstice. Christians adapted holly during the Christmas season to represent the crown of thorns and the blood of Christ.
On the night Jesus was born, the shephards were tending their flocks in the field. An angel toldthem about the birth of a newborn king. They left their flock and went to the stable to meet Jesus, who was lying in a manger.
Did you know that the flying reindeer which pullsSanta's sleigh were discovered in 1823? Clement Clark Moore wrote the famous poem about these incredible creatures originally called "A Visit from St. Nicholas" now known as "The Night Before Christmas".
Can you name all of Santa's reindeer?
Do you like peppermint candy? We designed our round ornament cookie cutter art kit as peppermints. Did you know that blown glass ornaments were invented in Germany in the 16th century?
Santa Claus in known by many different names including St. Nicholas, Father Christmas and Kris Kringle. He lives at the North Pole with Mrs. Claus, the elves and all of his special reindeer. He and his elves work very hard all year to get ready for Christmas Eve. Be sure to be good!
HO HO HO, Santa has his bag packed and is ready to hitch up his reindeer. Make Santa some cookies and give his reindeer a carrot.
Snow Covered Trees - a delight at Christmas. Evergreen trees, garland and wreaths are a symbol of life during the winter. For christians, evergreen trees represent the ever lasting love of Jesus.
Christmas stockings are traditionally hung on the fireplace, but can actually be hung anywhere in the home where Santa can see them and fill them with small gifts. While most are red with a fluffy white top, some stockings are decorated with Christmas or winter scenes with felt, sequins and beads.
Looking fpr MORE ornaments? Check out our Winter Collection! It's where you'll find penguins, snowmen and all things snowy.
Northwoods are popular Christmas ornaments - especially if you are in a cabin. Visit our Northwoods Collection for a great selection of special outdoorsy ornaments.
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