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The True Meaning of Christmas – Challenge Part 4 of 9 Faithbook Challenge 

The True Meaning of Christmas – Challenge Part 4 of 9

The Color Red (Ornament): The first color of Christmas, symbolizing the Savior’s sacrifice for all.

For the next 6 weeks we will be doing challenges based on a story by an unknown author. The story is about the true meaning of the Christmas Symbols. Each week we will take the different symbols in the story and do pages with them. After the 6 weeks are over and including the challenges from the last 3 weeks, you should have a beautiful reminder that you can share with your family every Christmas as to what the TRUE Meaning of Christmas is and that is of the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ.

See the first and full challenge and story by clicking here!

(Week Four) “Red,” said Santa, “is the first color of Christmas.” “He pulled forth a red ornament for the tiny tree. Red is deep, intense, vivid. It is the color of the life-giving blood that flows through our veins. It is the symbol of God’s greatest gift. Teach the children that Christ gave his life and shed his blood for them that they might have eternal life. When they see the color red, it should remind them of that most wonderful gift.”

We hope that you will join us in creating this keepsake for your own family! We would love to see what you do! Please upload your creations in our gallery!


For a limited time, you can download this digital mini kit for FREE to continue your album with!

If you would like help getting your pages done faster, you can pick up my Quick Page for this challenge in the shop!

Looking for more new Christmas kits to do your challenge layouts with? Check this wonderful new kit, perfect for this challenge by Debra Ballance!

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The following layouts are by our Creative Team Members and will give you some inspiration on what you might like to do with your album pages!

By JackieAnn

by Victoria

By Tammy

by Kay

by Dana

by Kim

by Erin

by Lucy

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