by Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin
Each year we receive Christmas cards from loved ones and friends. During the Victorian era people started this charming tradition. Christmas cards remind us of the true meaning of the season. In 1916 the author of Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm wrote a beautiful story about a Christmas card and the people impacted by it. The book tells the story of two young men who had been estranged from their families for years. When they both see a Christmas card by the minister's wife in their hometown they begin the path home. This book is full of Christmas spirit and the power of forgiveness.
Included is a free copy of the Christmas card from the book that you can print. The PDF with the free printable card has two sizes. One is printed on a 8½ by 11 sheet and the other one has two cards printed on one sheet of paper. You have the option of printing two different sized cards.
This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 31 October, 2012.