Thursday, November 21, 2013

Biblical Names of Christ Ornament Set~ Review




Sometimes you just have a heard time finding the perfect gift~ this is gift that will  be cherished each and every Christmas to come. I love these little ornaments. Each one displays a different name of the Messiah.

They are boxed in a wonderful gift box. I was very impressed with the packaging.

 I had planned on giving mine as a gift but decided I just had to keep them myself. Guess I will be ordering another set. Honestly~ these are a bargain at $14.95!


Click here to order a set.


Product Description

Create a Christ-focused holiday tradition as you review the sacred names of the Savior. Display these antique pewter-finish ornaments on the tree, as gift tags, or adorning a wreath on the front door. A list of scripture references is included, perfect for a "Twelve Days of Christmas" countdown. 12-piece set. Ornament size: 3¼" x 3¼". *Hooks & twine NOT included.

About the Author

Zions Mercantile is a gathering of gifts and décor inspired by our unique Latter-day Saint heritage — whether it be from Palmyra, Nauvoo, Salt Lake City or anywhere in the world. Offering quality products in a variety of price points, Zions Mercantile is a place you can find meaningful items that enhance your home and reflect your values.
Zions Mercantile – available at Deseret Book stores and at DeseretBook.com



I was provided these ornaments in exchange for my honest review.


Christmas From Heaven Review~



"From little things come big things. "~ Berlin Candy Bomber

The true spirit of Christmas is found in this remarkable true story. Gail Halvorsen was a young pilot in the US Army. He was assigned as a cargo pilot to the war torn county of Berlin. Berlin at the time had been blocked by the Soviet. 

On Christmas Eve, 1948 he was to deliver 20,000 pounds of flour. The Berlin children were more interested in hearing from the pilot and about his freedom than the flour. For almost an hour he answered their questions. As he left he wished he had more to give. The children were so thankful for what they were given. They had very little to eat let along a piece of candy. He reached into his pocket to find two sticks of gum. He divided it in little pieces and gave it to the children. They passed them around and pressed them to their noses to smell the minty smell. Their faces were filled with joy and wonder like he had never seen. 

He wanted to do more...... and the rest became history. He became know as the Berlin Candy Bomber. 
 What a remarkable story and so worth reading. This is a Christmas coffee table book for sure. 

You will not want to miss the rest of the story. 

The book comes along with a DVD that brings the story to life ~ narrated by Tom Brokow the famed broadcast and journalist.

This book set was provided to me in exchange for my honest review from Shadow Mountain.





You may purchase the book here~

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