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13 Ways to Boost Your Niece’s Hope Chest This Christmas

Whether your niece is a young girl or a young women, whether she’s literally filling a hope chest or just preparing to be a homemaker, you can boost her “hope chest” this Christmas. Here’s how.

 

13 Ways to Boost Your Niece's Hope Chest This Christmas

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A Marriage Tip from Virtuous Weddings (#10)

“Be as patient with others as you would like them to be with you.”

 

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Let Your Light So Shine (micro post)

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works,

and glorify your Father which is in heaven.

~ Matthew 5:16

Learn Stamping Techniques in Craftsy’s Class: Spectacular Stamping

Are you a paper crafter? Or want to be? Check out this free mini class from Craftsy:

 

FREE mini-class: Advance your paper crafts with innovative stamping techniques! Join Inkadinkado Ambassador Joy Macdonell & go beyond the basics: Learn Stamping Techniques in Craftsy’s Class: Spectacular Stamping.

 

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Definitions: Love (#2)

Love

To have a feeling of love for; to regard with affection or good will; as, to love one’s children and friends; to love one’s country; to love one’s God.

 

Source: A 1913 dictionary

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Want to write an ebook? (micro post)

Want to write an ebook? Amy Lynn Andrews helps demystify the process, based on her own experience. Read her guide here: How to Write an Ebook by Amy Lynn Andrews.

 

A Marriage Tip from Virtuous Weddings (#9)

“Love is kind.”

 

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Wheat Bread 101

Want to learn to make your own bread? Get started with Amy’s Wheat Bread 101. She says:

 

I love baking. For several years now, I’ve been making most of the bread we eat. But I remember the first time I tried to bake bread for my own family. The word “flop” doesn’t come close to describing it. I think “comical” would be more accurate. […]

 

So, I’m pretty sure she would understand if you’re intimidated or have failed before! Read more here: Wheat Bread 101 – Gospel Homemaking

 

 

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Not Unto Us (micro post)

Not unto us, O Lord, not unto us, but unto thy name give glory,

for thy mercy, and for thy truth’s sake.

~ Psalm 115:1

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