Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Refrigerator Prayer Door

"Every time I think of you, I give thanks to my God." Philippians 1:3 NIV

By this time we've thrown out tucked away all our Christmas greeting cards. Beyond pulling them out for kids winter art projects or (if we muster enough patience) snip off the personal greeting and use the front covers for gift tags next year, what else can we do with them? Decoupage is outdated and besides, Grandma only has so much space on her living room wall.

The past few years has proven another dilemma. What do you do with all those photo cards? I mean, there's only so much shelf space for photo albums and you can't really recycle them. I don't think cousin Suzie would appreciate seeing little Tommy's year-old face on next year's Christmas gift, even if he does have the cutest smile. Besides, she spent her hard-earned money on those photo cards!

Not knowing what to do, I let mine pile up in a drawer for years.  Then one day, while standing in my friend's kitchen, I noticed all the photos on her refrigerator door.

(Won't you join me over at the Christian Children's Authors' blog for the rest of the story?)


  1. I love this idea Dawn! Blessings for sharing girl, Amy :)