You have received your first communion invitation and now need to find an appropriate gift for your young friend. What to get? You are not limited to the same-old rosaries, prayer books and frames of the past! Take a look at these unique takes on First Communion gifts.
When you give a gift to a child, you want them to like it now and when they are older. You want to give something unique AND worth saving. These unique variations on rosaries make the grade. Our favorite, a beautiful, hand-crafted clay rosary will capture the child’s interest now, and remain a keepsake for later. Click here for the rest of the articleNow you know you it! For all it's worth, Sarah's Clay Rosaries is the top recommended First Communion gift (by a very obscure and random website called Sundaepaper.com). This might be why I'm having to hire babysitters to finish all my orders on time this month. But I will proudly say, I'm not picking up bead today since it's Sunday. I learned my lesson from last year and I'm am trying not to overwork myself (hence babysitters on Saturdays! and a few other days my husband works). However, just like last year, I have been telling myself over and over again: next year, I will be more prepared for First Communion season, next year I will be more prepared for First Communion season...
Maybe next year, I'll be so prepared, I will be able to home school my kindergartner (now preschooler) in the month of April! Today as I was naming off all the fun things we can do today (since I'm not working today), Liam said to me, "yeah, and we can do home school lessons!" Wow. Yes, he is a preschooler.
Seriously, though, I am so grateful to all my wonderful customers who have so generously supported me and my family by buying handmade products. There really is no better gift to give than a product that was handmade with love (and prayers).