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It wouldn't be Christmas without Ideals!
from Ironton, OH
About Me Budget Shopper
Comments about Ideals Christmas Issue:
I love Ideals -- this publications epitomizes the holidays.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Beauty between covers
from Omaha, Ne
I bought this as a gift for someone in a retirement home.
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Ideals Christmas 2015 would be better
from Bozman, MD
I have bought these for myself and passed then along.Read and then given as a gift.The quality of the paper was not as good as past issues and did not feel good to the touch. Pictures would be much better on gloss.
By The Captain
from Brazoria, TX
I try to buy these every year for Family.
Wonderful gift for those who like beautiful pics&poetry
from Auburn, IN
Wonderful product for anyone who likes festive pictures of the season as well as Christmas and the lovely poetry included throughout. Issues for rest of year are lovely also.
By silly me
from Western USA
About Me Midrange Shopper
I enjoy issues of IDEALS---especially the Christmasissues. They bring sweet memories to mind, and I love the pictures and poetry.
Ideals Christmas Issue
from Jefferson, GA
It is a play on words, but the Ideals Christmas Issue book is the IDEAL gift for Christmas. Perfect for your Pastor and wife, Sunday School teacher, Choir Leader, Shut-ins, Christmas gift exchanges. And of course one for yourself, friends and family. I love that it contains stories, poetry, recipes, scripture and beautiful artwork and illustrations
It was great
By blue eyes
Handy to have for readings at meetings and get togethers at Christmas and winter time
By computer geek
has a lot of great stories and poems
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from Morgantown, WV
Ideals bring back childhood memories when Mother used to receive Ideals annually. We would share the poetry and stories as children in our Christmas programs at church or other programs we may have been involved with in December.