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DaySpring Gift Guide


 There is still time to shop at DaySpring! Here are some of my favorites at DaySpring right now. A little gift guide for those of you who still have some shopping to do…


JOY Letterpress Block Set – The letterpress blocks are such a fun gift idea. Pick a favorite word or phrase in a set or customize your own set! Such a perfect personalized gift!


Lisa Leonard Hope Anchors Necklace – This necklace is new at DaySpring and I love it so much. I love everything Lisa Leonard and the verse on this necklace is my favorite…one I have clung to many times!  We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. Hebrews 6:19 Keep reading to find out how you can win one of the necklaces for yourself AND for a friend!


Lisa Leonard Gold Chevron Necklace – This is one of my favorite necklaces to wear. I love the chevron and gold!


Daily Grace Dessert Plate – Really, anything from the Daily Grace line would make a perfect gift. Fill these little plates with cookies for neighbors or give as a hostess gift. I have given lots of Daily Grace as gifts this year!


Together Dessert Plates – I love these dessert plates so much. I have a set and have given them away too. Perfect for family or friends!


We All Belong Globe – This is such a beautiful globe to display in your home. I love the lettering and message!


Better Together Pennant – I love the pennants that I see popping up everywhere. Such a fun way to display a message in your home.


Part of God’s Story Leather Journal – I saved this beautiful journal for last because it’s one of my favorites. Such a sweet gift to remind someone that they are part of God’s story.

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I am giving away TWO Lisa Leonard Hope Anchors Necklaces (one for you and one to give as a gift!) over on Instagram. You can find me @jessmcclenahan for all the details and to enter the giveaway.

If you are finishing up your Christmas shopping, make sure to check out these deals that are going on right now. Remember you can only use one coupon code per transaction, so make sure to pick the one that gives you the best deal:

Use code STOCKUP to get 50% of clearance! Deal ends Friday, December 18.

Today is free shipping day! Use code FREESHIPDAY to get free shipping on any order. Deal ends Friday, December 18.

There are still some Deal of the Day promotions going on. Find those here.

Use code JESS20 to get 20% off anything in the store (clearance excluded). Deal ends Thursday, December 31.

Happy last minute shopping!


I first heard about Star From Afar while listening to The Happy Hour Christmas Special. Jamie Ivey’s podcast is so fun…you need to check it out if you haven’t already. I love listening! Anyway, Star From Afar was part of her 2015 shopping guide. In the past I have done a felt Advent calendar with the boys. They have always loved it and so have I. But this year I had visions of Jake tearing it off the wall everyday and stealing the pieces and the big boys screaming in dismay and I just couldn’t do it. So when I heard Jamie and Jen (Jen Hatmaker is on the Christmas Special too!) talking about Star From Afar I knew it might be my answer for Advent this year.


I had a feeling that you guys would love Star From Afar too so I contacted Natalie Ard (the mom who created this meaningful Christmas game) to see if she would be interested in partnering with me and she said, “Yes!”.


Star From Afar is just as amazing as I expected. It comes with an activity book, a wooden Star, a full wooden nativity scene that matches the artwork of the book, and optional scripture to use throughout the month.


The wooden nativity is beautiful. I love it so much! I think we put some of the stable pieces on backwards because those little black words shouldn’t be showing. We like it that way though. 🙂


It is hard to find a nativity that the kids can play with and that is pretty to have sitting out. This definitely is both.


On the last day of November I read the book to the boys.


As I read, I introduced the pieces of the nativity. The pieces match the artwork of the book which I think is so great! At the end of the book it tells the children that every day the Star will be hidden in a new location and it is their job to find it. Once they find the star they are to move the Wise Men close to that location and wait for the Star to move again the next day. There is a page in the back of the activity book that explains everything.


The boys thought this game sounded awesome. They were really excited!

IMG_7412newThey set up the nativity in their room and have played with it a lot ever since.


I took the Star and told them that I would hide it and the next morning it would be their job to find it. I was really surprised that they both remembered right when they woke up the next day.


And then the fun part began. The star has been traveling all around our house ever since.

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The boys love searching for it….minus a few tears that have been shed when they weren’t the first one to see it. But you have to have some tears with every Advent activity. Am I right?!


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I love that this is not only meaningful but so easy too! I need easy these days. If I forget to hide the star the night before, I just tell the boys to close their eyes and hide it somewhere that morning.



The Star even has a hook on top so you can be creative and find places to hang it too.


On Christmas Eve I will place the Star on the stable roof above Baby Jesus. The boys will know exactly where to find the Star that morning!

I love that this game is fun and helps my boys focus on Jesus throughout the Christmas season. There is so much you can do with this game too…stick the daily Scriptures in your Advent calendar to read daily, work on memorizing a Christmas passage like Luke 2 each day as you find the Star, or incorporate this game with other traditions you already have established. Natalie dreamed of finding a way to bring a little more Jesus to Christmastime fun and I think Star From Afar does just that.

Make sure to check out the Star From Afar website for more details, videos, resources, and ordering information. I noticed right now they are offering free gift wrap and a hand written note using the code BESTGIFT. I think this would be such a fun gift to give to a family or to grandchildren. I would have loved receiving this!

Natalie is letting me give Star From Afar away to one of you over on Instagram! Head on over to my Instagram account (@jessmcclenahan) for all the details and to enter! Yay!

  • Michelle from Australia - Great pics Jess! But I do love the picture of the globes. With the little one showcasing Australia 🙂 Please tell me it was specifically like that and not just an accident?? xxReplyCancel


    Jess Reply:

    Michelle-Yes! Just for you. 🙂


  • Ashley L - Hello, I loved this so much, I just went ahead and bought one. We will love it through the years. I was wondering if you could share where you got the print with the sword on in, -O power of my power- just above the nativity? I looked on etsy and couldn’t find it, I LOVE that. Thanks so much for sharing!ReplyCancel


    Jess Reply:

    Ashley-Thank you! You will Star From Afar! The print is from Lindsay Letter’s shop. It is one of my favorites. It is from this set: or you can buy it individually too! Hope that helps!


My goal for next year is to actually start sharing photos of my family and what we have been up to on the blog again. Ha! In the meantime, I hope you love DaySpring products as much as I do. And I hope you love giveaways too. I mean, who doesn’t love free stuff?!

I love Christmas traditions and figuring out ways to help my family (and me!) stay focused on Jesus during the Advent season. I feel like my family is still in the beginning stages of forming our traditions. And honestly, they have looked different each year depending on the ages of my kids. What has worked one year sometimes doesn’t work the next year. DaySpring recently sent me a few Advent resources and I am so excited to share them with you!


I have heard so much about Ann Voskamp’s book, Unwrapping the Greatest Gift. I couldn’t wait to look through it!


This book is so beautiful! The illustrations are amazing. It reminds me so much of The Jesus Storybook Bible, which we love!


We started late, but I have read a few of these with my older two boys. It kept their attention and they loved the illustrations. I think it will be a little better next year when they are each a year older, but we will definitely keep reading through some of it this year too!


Each day ends with thoughts to discuss and family activities. I love this because it helps you go from just reading something to applying it to your life!


There is also a sculpted ornament set and a paper ornament set (which is what I have!) to go along with the book. These coordinate with the daily readings from the book through the Advent tradition of a Jesse Tree. I also heard that you can download free paper ornaments for your kids to color. So fun! I think I will do that next year.


The Twelve Names of Christmas is another great resource. I love this one because it is all about Jesus and discovering who He is. And it is perfect for the little ones! The box says ages three and up. I think Levi (6) is still young enough to love this too.


“O come let us adore Him.” We love to sing it at Christmastime, but what does it really mean to adore Christ? Psalm 8:1 gives us a clue, “O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth!”

I think a lot of us as grown-ups struggle with knowing who Jesus is and understanding what it means to truly adore Him. How great to focus on discovering who Jesus is with our kids?! This set includes a book of twelve, easy-to-follow, illustrated stories and twelve corresponding ornaments (the garland and countdown bags are mine and are not included with the set).

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Each ornament has a verse on the back. You can hang these on your Christmas tree or hang them somewhere else around the house. These would be perfect to stick in an advent countdown calendar to open each day if you already have one!


This is a twelve-day devotional, so if you were wanting to do something with your kids for Advent but haven’t started yet, this is for you. You still have time! My sister is doing this with her kids and she started at the beginning of December and will read each one twice. Such a good idea for the little ones who need repetition!

Either of these would make such a sweet gift for a family. Or plan ahead and start a meaningful tradition with your family next year. You will be all set to go when December first rolls around. Hopefully I can help one of you out with that because I am giving away $100 to DaySpring! It’s like an Advent shopping spree!

Giveaway Details:

$100 to DaySpring

ONE winner chosen at random

ONE entry per person

Giveaway ends Sunday, December 13th at 10PM (CST)

To enter, visit DaySpring and then leave a comment on this post telling me what you would buy with your gift certificate? Christmas presents? Something that has been on your wishlist? Something for Advent?

DaySpring is also doing a special discount for my readers. Yay! Use code JESS20 to get 20% off anything in the store (excludes clearance). Coupon code good through 12/31/15.

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  • Nancy Johnson - Oh, boy…I love their candle products….but the books for little ones are so tempting, too…Guess I’d be able to buy a little of this and a little of that! What fun!!! 🙂ReplyCancel


  • Mary - I feel like an Advent failure this year too — and my kids are 12, 10, and 8! My 10-year-old basically decorated our Christmas tree AND the whole house by herself! So, I could use some new Advent resources to inspire us (me) for next year!! THANKS for the giveaway and for your constant encouragement and inspiration.ReplyCancel


  • Carley - Oh my! I love DaySpring stuff. I think I’d go for the 12 names of Christmas and since sort of Christmas decorations because I love dayspring’s decorations!ReplyCancel


  • Melinda - I would put it toward the Awe and Wonder Nativity Set.ReplyCancel


  • Sarah - I would actually love the Ann Voskamp advent book! I’ve heard amazing things about it!ReplyCancel


  • Elizabeth Kelly - I have been wanting the “Grateful” letterpress blocks for a while- I would get it, the 12 Names for the kiddos, and some little teacher gifts. I may have just overspent 😉ReplyCancel


  • Tina - I would get the Ann Voskamp advent book, I love the look of it + the ornaments!! So much better then the random print off I got a number of years ago, that we’ve stopped doing. It just didn’t work with our kids, too over their heads then.ReplyCancel


  • Anne - I would get the Ann Voskamp advent book and some letterpress blocks!ReplyCancel


  • Marcy - I was gifted the “Unwrapping the Greatest Gift” last year so we are going through that for the first time this year (I have 3 girls very close in age to your boys). I really like Daysprings canvas wall art so I would probably purchase some to keep and some to gift. Honestly Dayspring has so many fun and cute things it would be very hard to narrow it down. 🙂ReplyCancel


  • Anne - I love everything in the home decor line! The Everlasting Light Starburst Mirror is amazing!ReplyCancel


  • Carrie Lee - I’d love to pick up a few Christmas gifts – thanks for the giveaway!ReplyCancel


  • Jessica - I like the “Good Things” cosmetic pouch. I’d probably also purchase some home decor pieces and gift items. Thank you!ReplyCancel


  • Rachel N. - We’re moving & I’m dreaming of the spaces in our new place…I’d pick a canvas for my daughters room, maybe a pennant…pretty, inspirational things for the home! 🙂ReplyCancel


  • Katie - I would love to get a Lisa Leonard necklace and use it towards getting the willow tree nativity set!ReplyCancel


  • Sadie - I will be honest, I have never looked on Now, I don’t know why I haven’t! Good grief I want it all! There are some fabulous finds! I love the advent items. I like the Ann Voskamp one you showed and the Love Came Down one. I also love the Live & Love garland!ReplyCancel


  • Meggie - I really want the Ann Voskamp advent book! I’d also love to buy presents for girlfriends. =)ReplyCancel


  • Janelle K - I would really love to complete my willow tree nativity set!ReplyCancel


  • angela n - I would love the 12 names of jesus. So cool!ReplyCancel


  • Cassie M - I love Dayspring! The 12 days of Christmas Advent resource is definitely on my list. I also love their “What does the Lord Require’ Canvas Pin Board and many of their gift ideas (makeup pouch and walk by faith collection are on my wishlist!). I’ve ordered gifts from them several times and they never disappoint. A $100 shopping spree would be so much fun:) Thanks for the fun giveaway and your great advent ideas.ReplyCancel


  • Katie D - I would either do some Christmas shopping or get books/advent for my kiddos.ReplyCancel


  • Kim Q - I would get the Everlasting Light – Star Cluster Necklace. Thanks for the opportunity!ReplyCancel


  • Kasey - Thanks for the fun giveaway! I’ve been wanting to starting a devotional group with friends. This would be a great way to be able to buy the books and gift them to a group. What a fun way to start!ReplyCancel


  • Erin C - Oh I love these! I would for sure buy the Unwrapping the Greatest Gift for my boys!ReplyCancel


  • Michelle S. - I would use it towards some of Korie Robertson wooden pieces! They are beautiful! However, I’m terrible and buying things/keeping things for myself so I’d probably end up gifting them!ReplyCancel


  • Jerri walker - I love all their stuff! I still need some Christmas presents and would love the book for my girls! Thank you!ReplyCancel


  • Trisha Larson - My favorite Christmas decorations are the ones I have bought from Dayspring. I would buy gifts if I won. tis the season…and I have enough.



  • Shelley - I would love anything from Dayspring! But I’d get Be Thou My Vision necklaces for my girls 🙂ReplyCancel


  • Dannon - I already bought some of their coffee mugs and journals for Christmas gifts when they were having a sale. I love some of their serving trays and would love to add those to my household!ReplyCancel


  • Jamie Walters - I would definitely purchase the 12 Days of Christmas you have posted above! My little guy would LOVE that as an Advent countdown and as ornaments for his little tree!

    Plus, Dayspring has the prettiest jewelry– so maybe something for Mama, too 🙂ReplyCancel


  • Merced - I would definitely buy Christmas presents for my family 🙂ReplyCancel


  • Jennifer L. - Thank you for this lovely giveaway! I would choose either the Audrey Bunny book because I’ve followed the story of Angie Smith and her sweet Audrey, or the O Holy Night magnet nativity scene because teaching the nativity doesn’t just start & end at Christmas. Thank you!!!!ReplyCancel


  • Bridgette Melton - I try every year to do advent stuff, we’ve done OK so far but I”d love a better advent guide and the 12 names look AWESOME!ReplyCancel


  • Mandy - I would definitely get Ann Voscamp’s book! I was a part of The Jesse Tree Project ornament exchange this year, and we did enough ornaments to go along with her book, as well. Thanks for this opportunity!ReplyCancel


  • Heather - I haven’t checked out Dayspring’s stuff lately…Wow! So cute. I would get the “It is well with my Soul” wrapped canvas. Our family is going through some rough transitions and some heartache this Christmas. That hymn reminds me how we have an eternal hope that can never be destroyed, no matter how painful the circumstances of this life may be.ReplyCancel


  • megan - I would spend it on advent supplies. I love advent calendars!ReplyCancel


  • Kristin - I’ve been eyeing up the Letterpress Blocks for almost a year now!!ReplyCancel


  • Kirsten - I love the idea of the advent ornaments!ReplyCancel


  • Erin - jesus calling for my kids and he fills my life with good things mug for my husband!ReplyCancel


  • Deborah - I would buy Ann Voskamp’s Advent book. It looks lovely. I also love the canvases and wall art at Dayspring, so I’d be tempted to splurge on something for my walls.ReplyCancel


  • Ashley - I would love the book or the name
    of Christmas ornaments- I have a 4 yr, 2 yr and 4 mth old and we have been looking for an advent activity that would be appropriate even at their young age. Thank you for sharing!ReplyCancel


  • Catherine Westman - I’m not sure what I would get, there are so many beautiful things! I don’t often have extra money for shopping so would probably have fun browsing and putting some thought into what I would like! It would be fun to stick a few gifts away for my kids birthdays, etc….ReplyCancel


  • Rachel - I want the 12 names of Christmas!ReplyCancel


  • Toni Dreist :0) - I would LOVE the stainless steel loose tea filter!!! The Lisa Leonard necklaces are beautiful as well! So many choices Jess!!! Thank you for the chance to win!ReplyCancel


  • Velma - I would get Ann Voscamp’s Jesse Tree ornaments and the 12 Names of Jesus book. IReplyCancel


  • k&c's mom - I would get the ornaments for the Jesse tree for me, and a set of the names of Jesus for my grandchildren.ReplyCancel


  • Stephanie - I would love the Ann Voskamp Unwrap the Greatest Gift book. You had me when you said it reminded you of The Jesus Storybook Bible…we love that one!ReplyCancel


  • Julie Johnson - Love all these great ideas! I would get the Discovering the Greatest Gift book. 🙂ReplyCancel


  • Kristina Watt - I would get The Twelve Names of Christmas and Unwrapping the Greatest Gift!ReplyCancel


  • Cat Kotaka - Calendars, I think, as gifts for my family and friends ☺️ReplyCancel


  • Tiffany Milne - What amazing resources!! I think I would have to grab my four kiddos a copy of The Twelve Names of Christmas and maybe even some for our nephews and Goddaughter!! And also that Daily Grace collection cake stand I’ve had in my DaySpring cart more times then I can count but always put it back in the interest of my marriage, lol!!!ReplyCancel


  • Shari L. - I would totally get Ann Voskamp’s book there, and also children’s books for my niece and nephew.ReplyCancel


  • Christy P - Loving the two items you have featured. Ran across the second one is a store as of late but like your explanation must better than what is on the box.ReplyCancel


  • leiah - My sister LOVES the necklaces I bought for her after reading your post of them. Thanks for the tip! I may be tempted to buy some more for her with the gift certificate.ReplyCancel


  • Sandra - I’ve been drooling over their pillows for awhile so I’d have to get a couple of those for sure and then after that it would be a tough choice because I love so many of their items!!ReplyCancel


  • Allison - Those ceramic ornaments are so, so pretty! I’ve dreamed of having an ornament-a-day tradition to coincide with Advent readings. Do you think they’ll go on sale after Christmas?ReplyCancel


  • Amanda wheeler - I love Dayspring! I’m sure I would spend the majority on my 5-year old daughter Abigail! So many fun things for kids.ReplyCancel


  • Kristi S. - It’s so hard to choose with Dayspring!! I love so many of their things but I think I would choose the Letterpress blocks. I have admired them for a long time!ReplyCancel


  • Kelsey - I think my little guy would really like the 12 Names of Christmas normalness or the Nativity magnets. DaySpring has great, meaningful stuff!ReplyCancel


  • Lucy - I would get a new Bible.ReplyCancel


  • Caitlin - Love the Ann Voskamp book for when my boys are a little older. 🙂 And I have been crushing on the letterpress blocks for a long time!ReplyCancel


  • Lisa - My boys are 14 and 16. We have many things from Dayspring I have bought over the years to teach them about Jesus. My sister has a foster daughter she is adopting so I would definitely buy things to teach her about Jesus (she just turned 2).ReplyCancel


  • Marsha Hinkle - I would buy the Ann voskamp ornaments. We have the book and would love to add the ornaments to our Advent traditions.ReplyCancel


  • Angela N. - I would love to get the Twelve Names of Jesus Book!ReplyCancel


  • Angela N. - Please ignore this comment, I looked through once and couldn’t find that mine was posted because I was given an error the other day, just looked a second time and of course it is there. Please ignore this one! So sorry! I didn’t mean to double enter!ReplyCancel


  • katherine - I would love to get some veggie tales things for my son; or a few of the mugs for my mom and grandmother!ReplyCancel


DS deal of the day-sun

Don’t miss today’s DaySpring deals!

Nativity Hurricane Candle Holder Trio $80 $40 $28!!!

Daily Grace Mug $12 $5 $3.50

Steadfast Love Wooden Candlestick Holder $35 $15 $10.50

DS Daily Grace Black Friday

DaySpring added a few more of my favorite Daily Grace pieces to the Black Friday Specials! You can find all the Markdown Specials here.

Daily Grace Creamer $15 $8 $5.60

Daily Grace Dessert Plate $14 $7 $4.90

Daily Grace Bowl $14 $7 $4.90

Daily Grace Sugar/Candy Bowl $15 $8 $5.60

lisa leonard jewelry1I love Lisa Leonard jewelry. This is a great time to get some of your favorite pieces at 30% off. Here are a few of my favorites right now.

Hope Anchors Necklace $48 $33.60

Well With My Soul Necklace $36 $25.20

Be Thou My Vision Necklace $45 $31.50

By Grace Alone Necklace $36 $25.20

DS lisa leonard clearance

There are even some Lisa Leonard pieces on clearance right now. These end up being a great deal with the additional 30% off!

Gold Diamond in the Rough Necklace $44 $33 $23.10

 Gold Freedom Necklace $44 $33 $23.10

Gold Joy Banner Necklace $44 $33 $23.10

Courage Leather Cuff  $54 $40.50 $28.35

DS color wonderAnd I just had to mention these too because my boys love Color Wonder…and who doesn’t love that they are mess-free?! I’m going to put these in my boys’ stockings. They would make a great gift for your kids or grandkids too!

VeggieTales – The Little Drummer Boy – Crayola Color Wonder Coloring Pad and Markers Set $10.99 $5.49 $3.85

VeggieTales – Merry Larry – Crayola Color Wonder Coloring Pad and Markers Set $10.99 $5.49 $3.85

The Berenstain Bears – Joy – Crayola Color Wonder Coloring Pad and Markers Set $10.99 $5.49 $3.85

Bible Stories – Crayola Color Wonder Coloring Pad For Boys $6.99 $2.49 $1.75

You can find more Color Wonder coloring pads and markers here.

And don’t forget…

Mugs are Buy One Get One Free through the weekend – expires Sunday (12 CST). No code needed, the second item in your cart will automatically be free.

Use code 30FRIDAY15 to get 30% off site wide (including clearance!). Yay! Monday is the last day for the Black Friday Markdowns and 30% off site wide. Don’t miss out on these great deals!

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I was recently contacted by the sweet ladies of laurelbox and was so excited to learn about this amazing company. They sent me one of their beautiful boxes so that I could share their products with you. Laurelbox offers thoughtfully hand curated gift boxes designed for a woman in a season of difficulty. This is what laurelbox writes about their boxes:

If a friend of yours has recently lost a loved one, you can rest assured that our boxes are designed to nourish a woman’s heart after a loss.  If you are currently walking through loss, it is our deep hope that the box you receive makes you feel loved and remembered.  We know that no gift can ever replace the people we have lost, but we hope the prayers we pour over those touched by our company can be felt when you open a laurelbox.  

Our gift boxes stand apart from typical gifts that offer comfort during grief.  Most items are made by hand here at laurelbox.  Our other products are sourced from small independent artisans who have joined with us to offer exclusive items that speak to a woman’s soul, body, home, and family.  We offer the option to customize your own laurelbox by selecting individual items under the “Customized laurelboxes” tab or to choose a box we have already designed for specific losses.


Even the packaging is beautiful. Every detail is so thoughtful and carefully put together.


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I love this tea towel with Isaiah 46:4 printed on it. Such a beautiful reminder of the One who truly comforts and sustains us when our hearts are hurting.

laurelbox4My box also contained nourish the soul herbal tea and a beautiful hand stamped vintage spoon. I love the idea of giving a friend a spoon that would remind her that she is loved and prayed for every time she stirs her coffee or tea. laurelbox5

My heart always aches a little extra this time of year as the holiday season approaches. My own loss becomes more obvious as another Christmas card gets sent out and our families gather together again without Cora. I hate that she is not here with us to celebrate. And then I think of my friends and family…and so many others…who are approaching this holiday season without their loved one for the first time. That first Thanksgiving and first Christmas were so, so hard for me.

Do you know a woman who is hurting this year? Laurelbox has some great gifts to remind our friends and family that they are loved and remembered. The St. Baldrick’s Foundation You Light up my Life Lantern is great for commemorating special dates. There are three different messages to choose from and each lantern comes with a gold pen to write messages on the lantern. 100 percent of the profits from the sale of this lantern benefit the St. Baldrick’s Foundation and their work to conquer childhood cancers during the month of November. Of course I love that…so great!

Laurelbox also has a beautiful Christmas ornament that would be a sweet gift to send to someone who has lost a loved one this Christmas. A reminder that they are loved and remembered.

Sometimes it is so hard to know what to do for someone who has lost a loved one. I love the heart behind laurelbox and how they desire to bless those who are hurting. If you know of someone that you would love to give a laurelbox to, they are offering a discount to my readers. Use code themacs at checkout to receive 15% off your order through Decemeber 7th. I am also going to be giving away a tea towel, teaspoon and ornament over on Instagram today or tomorrow so make sure you are following me there too (@jessmcclenahan).

Thanks laurelbox!

  • D - Review –
    Johanna & Denise – laurelbox
    Yes, I agree..
    I only had 1 small imperfection w/ my order..
    They have a good business idea as it may be needed and is helpful to so many; however, when I purchased from them, they made an error on 1 of the items I selected for my pkg., and so they didn’t send exactly what I ordered.. errors happen,.. BUT when I mentioned this to them.. they REFUSED to admit their error when I addressed this to them ..! – even when I showed them that what they send was different from what I ordered, they refused to correct it !ReplyCancel