Christmas Time Hubs

'Tis the season to be jolly! It's Christmas time again. In honor of this special season, I put together a series of Christmas hubs. I'll admit most are last minute and some are quite late, but what you didn't get to read in time for this year, you'll certainly have for next year. Christmas is a time of giving. It's a time for family. It's a time of delicious treats and fun activities and traditions.

There is so much history and traditions associated with this very special holiday. It is the most popular holiday in the United States and possibly the world. The hubs I've created are on all things Christmas. You'll find history, recipes, crafts, gift ideas and more. And I will add to this series every year. So always check back.

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How to Make Delicious and Decorative Candy Canes
This hub discusses some of the history and the symbolism of the traditional Christmas treat, the candy cane. Sure these delicious treats are widely available in stores, but wouldn't you just love to make your own homemade candy canes? You can learn how to do just that in this hub!

A Traditional Christmas Treat: Gingerbread Recipes
In this hub you'll learn a bit about the history of gingerbread and some fun and interesting facts. You'll also find several unique, traditional and tasty gingerbread recipes. These recipes include: Traditional Gingerbread Cookies, Gingerbread Cupcakes and Pumpkin Gingerbread. Spice up your holiday with some ginger!

'Tis the Season: A History of Christmas
In this hub you'll learn about the History of Christmas and several of the Christmas Symbols. There's information about Christmas before Christ, the Birth of Christ and the history of St. Nicholas. You'll also learn about the meaning, history and legends of Christmas symbols like Holly, Mistletoe, Christmas Trees and Yule Logs.

Merry Christmas to All!

Have a happy and healthy Christmas everyone! I hope you find use and enjoy these hubs I've created and I hope you enjoy your holiday even more. Merry Christmas!


Skylar Spring © copyright 2011

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