Ginger Snap Crafts: The 25 Days of Christ {25 stories & ornaments} review & giveaway

The 25 Days of Christ {25 stories & ornaments} review & giveaway

Today I’d love to introduce you to The 25 Days of Christ.

The 25 Days of Christ kit comes with everything you need
to make 25 ornaments for each day leading up to Christmas Day.
It also comes with a book with stories & scriptures to go along with each ornament.

Sometimes in the hustle & bustle of the holiday season
it’s hard to remember the true meaning of the season~ the birth of Christ.
This kit makes it easier to put Christ back into your Christmas traditions.

 25 days of Christ giveaway 

In your kit you will receive:

  • Materials and instructions needed to make your 25 ornaments.
  • A gift box for you to place an ornament for your family to "open" each night
  • The 25 Days of Christ book that compiles scripture references, quotes, and pictures and videos available to view on
  • A sturdy storage box for keeping your finished ornaments, book and gift box safe year after year.

I was lucky enough to get to review one of these amazing kits.
When you open the box you’ll find everything you need to complete your set.


I don’t think they missed anything!  Most of the ornaments are made with wood.
There is a couple that are made with felt.  {They give you patterns for those.}
A few are even already completed for you ~ like the broom & coin bag!

25 days of Christ

The ornament instructions were very detailed.  They even send pictures
of what the completed ornaments should look like.  Super easy!
The whole family could work together on this project!
These would also make a great project for craft nights or even Super Saturdays.

christmas ornaments

The only supplies of my own I used were paint,
paint markers, hot glue, sandpaper & some distressing ink.
Things you would probably already have around.

shepherd ornament

In the book that comes with the kit it has a page for each day & each ornament.
For each day it has scriptures, quotes & places you can go online
to find pictures & videos that go along with that day.

Here’s a few more of my completed ornaments. Cute!
I can’t wait to start this new tradition with my family this Christmas.


The 25 Days of Christ has these kits on sale now through Oct. 31st.
After that the price will go up to regular price!
Also, they expect to sale out within the next 2-3 weeks.
So don’t wait!  If you think you want one order it today!
These would make a great Christmas gift, too!

UPDATE:  I was just notified that these kits have already sold out!!!
If you would like to be on the email list to
be notified when kits are available next year
you can email: newtraditioncrafts at gmail dot com

Buuut wait….they saved a kit for one of YOU! Yay!
The winner of this giveaway will receive one of The 25 Days of Christ ornament kits.

  Just enter using the form below. Winner will be notified by email.

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Disclosure:  I was not compensated for this post, but I was given a kit to review.  As always all opinions are my own.  Thanks!


  1. watching a old home video titled jesus is born. thanks for the giveaway! its adorable!

  2. My favorite tradition is making cookies and giving them to our neighbors...thanks for a fun giveaway...

  3. We have a wooden manager my husband made that we add straw to for each kindness one of us does. It helps us remember the love our Savior has for us. And the kids love to see the manger get full and soft for baby Jesus.

  4. Our favorite tradition is the 25 books of Christmas & the Advent calendar. The kids unwrap a new book every night, which we read and then we do the advent calendar.

  5. Love this idea! I need things like this for my grandkids.

  6. Very cute! I would love to complete this kit with my kids.

  7. We always have pizza on Christmas Eve. My kids look for to it every year:)

  8. That is a cool kit - Please enter me in the drawing :)

  9. We make cookies and don't eat them until Christmas Eve Day. Thanks for the chance to enter.

    Andrea D.

  10. We always watch A Muppet's Christmas Carol.

  11. We always write down a "gift" we're going to work on during the year for Jesus and put it in His manger.

  12. We started Elf on the Shelf last year and would love to keep that going!

  13. We read the story of Santa Mouse and Santa Mouse makes an appearance each year, leaving a Christmas ornament in the tree for each family member wrapped in white tissue paper and yellow ribbon.

  14. Acting out the Nativity play on Christmas eve!

  15. Acting out the Nativity play on Christmas eve!

  16. Acting out the Nativity play on Christmas eve!

  17. My dad reads santa mouse and the rat deer every year!

  18. What a great way to keep the focus of Christmas on what is important!

  19. Making Santa bowing down to Baby Jesus ornaments and yard art :)

  20. Having the family together and having my father in law dress as Santa and hand out presents to the kids..

  21. Every year instead of buying and giving gifts we do something called "Make-a-gift"...even the men love making gifts! We have discovered some hidden talents in our family too!

  22. We picked a different country each year and cooked a traditional meal from that country as our big Christmas day feast!

  23. wow!! would not this be fun and you could learn somethings too. i would sure get my kids (7&9)to work on these and then they will learn something too.thanks for chance


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