Love in a Box – November 2019 – Theme: Thanksgiving

Fall, my favorite time of year and one of my favorite holidays…Thanksgiving!  We truly do have so much for which to be thankful!   How very thankful we are for our daughter, Lori and our grandson, Sean Michael.  What a blessing they are to us.  My husband and I really have a great time putting together the “Love In A Box” packages to send to New York.  And we know that they really look forward to receiving them and that they are thankful for the goodies we pack inside each monthly box.

My grandson called me and asked if I would make him some Pokemon bookmarks.  I made him some corner bookmarks a while ago and he really liked them.  I designed these on my Silhouette Cameo with ideas coming from a google search.  He has already given one to a friend and requested a replacement.

Some goodies packaged with Silhouette’s Thanksgiving Bag Topper, #101898 and Sean’s favorite nuts, pistashios, tied with a “We’re nuts about you Grandson” tag.

img_3466-1.jpgThese Trader Joe’s Seed bars they both like and my daughter finds them handy when flying out the door in the mornings with no time for breakfast.

I love this card, Lori Whitlock’s, creation, Changing Scene Thanksgiving Card, Silhouette Design #304040.  When you pull the tab in changes into the turkey scene.
Tucked a few dollars for him to spend as he wishes.

Our daughter’s Thanksgiving card (always a coffee card) was designed on my Silhouette Cameo using coffee design #29511.  We love to tuck in a bit of coffee money for her to enjoy.

Grandpa thought that Sean might like these Christian Comic books that are so doctrinally right on.  Rick always gets these scissors free at Harbor Freight and thought they could use an extra pair.  The baseball grandpa has had for many years and wanted to pass it along to Sean.

img_3465.jpgCall to Glory is such a great devotional for both youth and adults.  How important it is to spend daily time in the Word of God.  How very thankful we are to have the very Word of God available for our everyday reading.



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