CrossTimber Name Meaning Gifts {Review}

(Disclaimer: I received a FREE copy of this product through the HOMESCHOOL REVIEW CREW in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way.)

If you are looking for personalized gifts for this holiday season, be sure to check out CrossTimber‘s Name Meaning gifts and AmazingName Print Activity Sheets. I, of course, couldn’t stand it, and didn’t WAIT for Christmas!

I chose the  8×10 Plaque print, and the one I chose for the two boys I still have at home is located here. My regular readers already know how much it means to me to have scripture products to use verses only from the King James Version, so it was good to find out that with CrossTimber, if the verse used is not from the KJV, they will change it for a small fee.

One of the things I love about this image is that it looks as if the verses are actually carved into the stones!

I also received the AmazingName Print Activity Sheets, which I chose to have done with my son who has special needs. He has really been loving doing the ones he can handle at this time!

As Juliet (Shakespeare) said, “What’s in a name?” However, Shakespeare also pointed out in his own life, if someone uses your name for something bad, they have involved your reputation. Names mean something. In my boys cases, one is from Greek and one from Scottish. After researching what the names mean in the language they come from, CrossTimber carefully searches for scripture which clearly represents the original meaning of the names. I think the verses chosen for my sons’ names fit perfectly, and I will be hanging this print in the hallway leading to their rooms so they will see it every morning when the come out, and every night when the are headed to bed.

When a friend was expecting a baby and had already chosen a name, her baby shower just happened to coincide with a review I was working on for CrossTimber, and I chose to use my review product for her. You can read about it here.

I love CrossTimber’s careful research, which is something I have no time or inclination to do. It also means something to me that this company is owned and operated by a homeschooling family. CrossTimber was started when John Dehnart was in his High School driver’s Ed class, and it’s a fun read!

This is a very well run company, and the products are BEAUTIFUL! Everyone who has seen them between this and my earlier review has just loved them.

Don’t just take my word for it though, check out 78 other fair and honest reviews from my fellow Crew members here.


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