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  1. Phyllis
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    This is a great post with so many resources. Thank you!

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  2. Ticia
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    What a great idea to use your Halloween candy to decorate you Gingerbread houses.I love all of your Advent celebrations.

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  3. Sarah
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    This looks fabulous. I found you over at Pam's- you should add a link to the Living Liturgy post so other people can find all the goodness happening over there! :)I feel exactly as you do about the advent wreath- it takes up so much room! Maybe I'll try to hang mine this year so that it's suspended instead of taking up such prime real estate on a horizontal surface.We've never done the O Antiphons before but one of these years I'll integrate those, too. We've got three babies under two this year, so it's not the year to start new traditions, if you know what I mean. ;)I wrote up my Advent post at Amongst Lovely Things. Blessings!

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  4. Pam
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    Those peg people are really cute. I have never seen a spiral like that before. And the idea of saving Halloween candy for gingerbread is ingenious. I need to write that in a safe (not to be forgotten) place for next year. Thank you for linking up to Living Liturgy!

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