- July 4, 2008 at 12:30 am #259398
One of our Christmas traditions is to start a jigsaw puzzle together. It's inexpensive and something that we can still work on as we talk. In our house, presents are usually secondary to the puzzle and the time together.
And if your family doesn't think gifts have to be “new”, there are a whole range of options open up! Gifts can be much more meaningful and can be found at thrift stores, used book stores, yard sales, craft fairs, traded with others, made from recyclable materials, etc.
On Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 7:59 AM, jbeli70618 <email@example.com> wrote:Hi,
I'm new to this board. But was reading about not being able to
afford Christmas. If you're looking for some fun projects to make
for Christmas. Check out the website familyfun.com. They have tons
of projects for kids. Whether making gifts for others and making
gifts for children. Check thrift stores or garage sales around your
areas for supplies. You should be able to pick them up really
cheap. Good luck! I think it will be the Christmas to remember with
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