Yesterday morning, our project manager was searching through boxes she thought contained Grassfire's Nativity Scene Frames. Instead, she found nearly 200 Christmas prints by popular and patriotic artist Jon McNaughton!
"Let Us Adore Him" is a stunning painting that powerfully captures the true spirit of Christmas. It reveals the real "Reason for the Season," depicting Mary and Joseph welcoming baby Jesus into the world.
"The Nativity" offers a moving portrayal of Jesus' birth, as Mary, Joseph and a group of shepherds gather around the "newborn King." McNaughton says of the piece: "I wanted this scene to feel as real as possible. ... I hope you feel the great love the Savior has for you as you contemplate this painting."
McNaughton's "Let Us Adore Him" and "The Nativity" really are Christmas treasures! We were supposed to have sold out of these two 11" x 14" lithographs last year. But we recently moved our warehouse inventory to a new location, and -- after a closer look -- THERE THEY WERE!
So, this Christmas, we're offering "Let Us Adore Him" and "The Nativity" to our team members for just $25 each! That's nearly 30-percent off their original price. Also, shipping is absolutely FREE no matter how many you buy! McNaughton's Christmas prints make great gifts for friends and family members, so get yours now.
Because our supply is extremely limited, orders are being filled on a first-come, first-served basis only. So don't wait!
Thanks, in advance, for supporting Grassfire with your purchase.
The Grassfire Team
P.S. Again, in appreciation for your contribution of just $25 or more to help Grassfire build, you'll receive one McNaughton Christmas print. That's nearly 30-percent off our regular price! But, with a very limited supply of these 11" x 14" lithographs still available for immediate FREE shipping, you must act now. We have less than 200 left in stock! So take immediate action to make them part of your family's Christmas celebration this and every year. Click on an image below to order "Let Us Adore Him" and "The Nativity" now: