I do enjoy creating free cutting files to give away here on my blog. While I do create cutting files for sale over at my Etsy shop at Crafts You Cut sometimes I create one too many designs of the same idea or even the same phrase or in this case, the same song title.
I don’t like to put two of the same type of file on Crafts You Cut. So because of this, I’ll give one away here and then put the other one for sale in the shop.
So here’s the free cutting file:
And here’s the one for sale in the shop. You can click on the image and it will take you to my Etsy shop.
Either of these is a great design but one is a free cutting file and the other will cost you $3.00. The free cutting file is available in my Craft Your Happy resource library. While it is free, you will need a password to get in. If you haven’t already signed up for my free resource library, you can do so by requesting access at the bottom of this post. Be sure to check out my other free cutting file in this post here about Progress Over Perfection.
This is a great Christmas design that takes me back to my church Christmas programs as a kid. We would always sing Go Tell It On The Mountain at the top of our lungs “so our grandmas and grandpas could hear us,” as our choir director instructed us. Some memories and songs just never leave your mind and I’m glad for that.
I think we all get caught up in the trappings of the season and forget why we celebrate Christmas. This season, I urge you to simplify, relax and take in the true meaning of the season. Take the time out of the busyness of your Christmas shopping, baking, and decorating to reflect on what this Christmas season is all about. We celebrate the arrival of a Savior–a Savior that all of us need, but one that none of us deserve. Without God’s unending Grace, we would certainly perish without the arrival of that baby in the manger.
The season is about the Good News that Jesus Christ is born. I encourage you to sing it at the top of your lungs. And that’s not just so your grandma and grandpa can hear it, but so everyone can hear it.
Merry Christmas! And Go Tell It On The Mountain!
What will you do to Craft Your Happy, today?