A great way to print pictures and transfer them to glass. The ideas for family projects is countless.
With a New Year on the horizon, I decided to let you ask the questions for upcoming blog post. I would love to answer some of your top genealogy questions. What genealogy questions do you have? What has been your … Continued
Poinsettias were first noticed by the Aztecs. They used the plant to produce red dye and medication. In their native language the plant is referred to as “that flower that grows in residues.” The traditional legend says that at some … Continued
Merry Christmas! This is a fun project to do with the kids and teach them about family history while everyone is together for Christmas. We made a similiar tree using construction paper for the kids in our family and made … Continued
The history of Santa Claus begins with a man called Saint Nicholas, the Bishop of Myra in Asia Minor, now Turkey. Saint Nicholas was known for his charity and wisdom. Legends tell of him coming from a wealthy family and … Continued
With Christmas approaching it is a reminder that this is a great time to make family memories. We’ve all heard the quote by Maya Angelou, “I’ve leaned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, … Continued
Gifts were originally given to Christ by the wise men. Frankincense is the symbol of worship, Myrrh, was used for burial ceremonies, but was very rare and costly. The gift of Gold meant the gift was very important and the … Continued