Three French Hens {Monochromatic Ornaments}

Day 3: {Three French Hens}
Rachel from Lines Across

Hello lovely My Sister’s Suitcase readers. I’m Rachel from Lines Across. I’m a mom of a 3 year old boy, and an almost 2 year old girl, a DIY addict, and a lover of all things crafty. I’m so thrilled to be a part of this fun Christmas series (Thanks Nat and Holly!) and I’m excited to see what everyone else has made.

For my project, I wanted to make some ornaments inspired by the third day of Christmas, three french hens. Apparently, the tradition says that the song, the 12 Days of Christmas was a way to teach the faith when Catholics were being persecuted. Each of the different days represents something (this website has a list), and the three french hens represent FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE. I wanted to make monochromatic ornaments that were generally all white or all gold.

These are fabulous, Rachel! Thanks for sharing! Make sure to go get the full tutorial here!

Thanks for following along with our 12 Days of Christmas Series! Each day for the next few weeks, we will be sharing a creative holiday craft or gift idea that has been inspired by the lyrics of the song, “Twelve Days of Christmas.”  Some of our favorite bloggers are joining in, and we can’t wait for you to see what they have in store!

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