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Chrismon ornaments

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What Are Chrismon Ornaments? 24 Ornaments and Their Meanings

More than just ordinary Christmas decorations, Chrismons are white and gold ornaments crafted to resemble ancient religious symbols. This article discusses 24 Chrismon ornaments and examines their meanings.

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Just Sew You Know: How to Make Chrismons

But first of all: What is a Chrismon? Developed in 1957 at the Ascension Lutheran Church , a chrismon is a white and gold ornament made in ...

liturgical time: walking the seasons: Chrismon Series

Image in the public domain First, before we start crafting, a little background: The Chrismon tree is a variation of the standard decorated Christmas tree. ~~~~~ A visit to the website of the church where Chrismons originated in 1959 will reveal a beautiful Chrismon tree, as well as a history of Chrismons. (Click on the link and scroll down a bit.) A Chrismon is a “Christ monogram”, or symbol of Christ. Chrismon trees are evergreen, for everlasting life. The ornaments are generally white…

CHRISTMAS:  Host a Chrismon Day!

What ornaments are on your Christmas tree? There are TONS of beautiful ornaments out there: snowflakes, jingle bells, carousel horses, a myriad of santas and snowmen, colored glass balls either painted or with glitter, personalized, cute animals, ribbons and bows, and it goes on and on. Then there's the natural look: popcorn, berries, nuts, flowers, pine cones, and birds. My favorite are the homemade ornaments the kids make at school or in Sunday School or even the ones you make yourself…