* surprise gifts
* accomplished goals
* the beauty of nature
* "LOL" moments
* memories to save
* daily blessings!
Then choose a holiday at the end of 2015 —like Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Eve. Open your jar and see what the Lord did for you throughout the year! Continue this habit and soon you’ll have a jar for each year.
|This is my 2014 Blessing Jar. All I used was an old jelly jar|
and a few sheets of paper cut into small squares about 1.5 x
1.5 inches. I kept mine on the windowsill by my kitchen sink
so it was easy to remember to jot stuff down.
|Put the Post-It's, pen and card into the jar, add the lid|
and a bow, and a label.
|I made the labels on my printerwith Avery 22804 labels. There's a template at their|
website, and if I can do it, anyone can. :)
|It was so easy to make a dozen of these to take to my class.|
I hope they enjoy them this year, and I hope you will like
making your own and maybe sharing them with your widow
group or Sunday School class or Bible study group too.