Grassfire has 50 sets of beautiful Christmas lithographs by popular and patriotic artist Jon McNaughton available for immediate, FREE shipping. We want to get these 11" x 14" prints into the homes of team members before December 25.
That's why we're offering you the opportunity to receive "The Nativity" AND "Let Us Adore Him" in appreciation for your contribution of $40 or more. That's more than 40% off our regular price of $70. And again, shipping is FREE!
Because our supply of McNaughton Christmas sets is limited to 50, orders are being filled on a first-come, first-served basis only. So don't wait! Click here or on the banner below to receive Jon McNaughton's "The Nativity" and "Let Us Adore Him" in appreciation for your contribution of $40 or more:
Grassfire's warehouse team made a surprising discovery earlier this month. After thinking we were sold out of decorative Nativity Scene Frames, our project manager located four boxes of them! These beautiful, custom-designed Christmas keepsakes are available for immediate FREE shipping in either a "natural" or "desert nightscape" finish. (See the photos below
Crafted from solid-maple frames, each design features a laser-cut, brushed-metal insert of Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus beneath the Star of Bethlehem. The words "A Child Is Born … A Son Is Given" (from Isaiah 9:6) appear above and below the see-through insert. Suitable for hanging on a wall or in a window, Grassfire's Nativity Scene Frames also come with a stand to display on your mantle or tabletop.
Unfortunately, our supply of these one-of-a-kind Christmas decorations is limited to just a few dozen each. So if you want one, you MUST act now! Click on an image below now to order Grassfire's Nativity Scene Frames in either "natural" or "desert nightscape" finish:Read more
A debate is raging in the Grassfire offices about whether it's "appropriate" to play Christmas music BEFORE Thanksgiving. One of our staff members says his family started listening to "O Holy Night" and other popular Yuletide songs on Halloween! Others insist that Christmas music MUST NOT be played until AFTER Thanksgiving.
The debate got us wondering what Grassfire Nation thinks. So today, we're launching the "Christmas Music Conundrum" QuickPoll.Read more