Already published a hub on this topic,Christmas Celebrations In India
I've a friend that is half Romanian in ancestry and she has visited the old country. Customs and foods were different there, but she enjoyed new experiences and visiting with cousins. Transylvania is a beautiful place at Christmastime. read more
Christmas around the world is such an exciting theme as there are so many different countries on our wonderful planet and it's fun to learn how other countries celebrate this special time of year. read more
When decorating a Christmas tree, you'll find that it really becomes
a challenge to create a tree that is going to be pleasing to the eye
versus a complete eye sore. You want a Christmas tree that will blend
in with your home and create a simple and... read more
The countdown to Christmas begins. The most anticipated holiday in the Philippines, this hub gives a rundown of the ways Filipinos celebrate Christmas in the country. read more
When choosing a live Christmas tree, you want to make sure that you
have all of your measurements just right. You want to make sure that
before you leave the house you know exactly where you're going to put
the tree, and around about what size... read more
A Christmas tree topper is pretty simple; it's a Christmas decoration that goes on top of the tree. There are many different options that you can choose from ranging from the traditional angel or star to Star Wars characters, Santa Claus, and... read more
Cracker is a cardboard tube covered in a brightly colored twist of paper, creates a small explosive 'pop' produced by a narrow strip of chemically impregnated paper. Invented by Tom Smith, from London in 1847. Crackers are often pulled before or after Christmas dinner or at parties. read more
Christmas or Natal in my language is the day when Jesus Christ was born. For me, Christ is not just a Wise-man, a Phrophet, Guru, a Healer, a Good Guy, etc For me, Christ is The Lord God, my private Messiah, my God, my Salvation, my Friend, and He... read more
Having grown up in New England and experiencing many a white Christmas, it was hard for me to really enjoy Christmas in Florida. Christmas is synonymous with snow, cold weather, sipping hot chocolate by the fire, and building snow men. Even... read more
Although Christmas is perceived to be a time of peace and happiness for families, stress, debt and alcohol levels can create an unhappy alliance.
Over the holiday period cracks may appear in family relationships particularly for individuals not used to spending a lot of time together. read more
Why do we bring evergreens like holly and ivy into our homes at Christmas? Travel back into our past to see why holly and ivy are such Christmas favourites! read more
Christmas means lights, food, friends, music and movies and
so much more. The food does not really matter, it is the convivial atmosphere
within which the meal is served that matters. The lights, candles do a fine job
at providing the soft but... read more
I recently posted my hub about Christmas without Santa here -
This was the best Christmas our family has had!
St Lucia’s Day is celebrated not only in homes but also in school, offices, hospitals nursing homes and factories which often hold their pre-Christmas parties on December 13th. read more
Need some unique Christmas gift ideas? Read and shop. read more
On this economic downturn to have a yard full of gorgeous Christmas decorations seem pretty hard. It's hard maybe, but it is not impossible. The Christmas yard decoration is one of special thing you could do for this Christmas. A friend of mine who... read more
Three family fruitcake recipes and "fruitcake cookies," plus the best commercial fruitcake I’ve ever found. read more
Christmas is supposed to be a time of festivities. Christmas
Carols usually have a happy tune; with all the jingle bells and rapapampam in
the airwaves during holidays; the sentimental Christmas songs are also
extensive during these days. Why so?... read more
Celebrate Christmas by buying Christmas gift baskets from Amazon.com. This hub features some of these Christmas gift baskets. read more
The wreath is pretty much a traditional Christmas decoration that is popular to hang up on the door. The tradition of hanging a wreath for the holidays has been traced back to the Roman times, when the Romans would hang wreaths on their doors as a... read more
The best Christmas Gift anyone can give this and every Christmas is to donate a toy to a needy cause. We are all so busy planning our Christmas that we tend to forget about those less fortunate than we are. read more
Poinsettia, the Star that bloomed in Love. Read about the story of the flower and try two authentic recipes. read more
What do Jews do on Christmas? I often get asked this. On December 25, many Jews have their own traditions, including having Chinese food on Christmas. read more
This week's HubMob is a world tour. Read about Holiday traditions, decorations, celebrations and products from all over the globe, here in our Christmas Around the World HubMob. read more
One of the things I enjoy the most about Christmas is the holiday decorations. Although I enjoy making swags, I must admit that hand-crafting a personalized Christmas wreath for someone special is the absolute tops. I enjoy selecting the perfect ornaments to suit their personality with ribbons in just the right color combinations to suit their decor. read more
Christmas is coming soon and we begin to unpack our traditional decorations. They are memorable. They are fragrant. They are beautiful. But why do we use them? What did they signify in days gone by? The Christmas wreath is one of these. read more
Every year children all over the world to write letters to Santa. Some leave them in their shoes, for Sinter Klaus or Père Noel to find on Christmas Eve, some leave notes pinned to the Christmas stockings that adorn the mantle above the fireplace. Some children write letters to jolly old Saint Nicholas, or address themselves to Santa's Workshop in care of the North Pole. read more
Be prepared to go hungry! This hub features the 10 top favorite Christmas foods in the Philippines. read more
After being a Secret Santa, Secret Sister, Secret Buddy, and a Secret Friend at work, at church, and in various groups of which I have been a part over the years, I can attest to the difficulty of finding a unique gift to suit the person whose name you have drawn. If you don't know that person at all well, it can be downright frustrating to find the perfect personalized Secret Santa gift for the man or woman on your Christmas gift list. read more
These are the treats my family would have after Christmas Candlelight service: Martha Washington Candy, sausage and cheese balls, fudge and more. read more
Here are Christmas decorating tips that you can use and easy on the budget too. read more
Christmas comes on the 25th of December. This is the day when Jesus Christ is believed to be born. What year was Jesus born? This is really simple; just count back the calendar year that you are in. It is interesting to know that AD stands for Anno... read more
In my whole life (so far, all 34 years of it), I have spent just one Christmas in another country. That was in the last quarter of
2004. I was one of the lucky ones chosen by my former employer to send to California, U. S. A.
for a three-month... read more
Indian Christian households begin their festivities a month before Christmas. Houses are painted anew, interiors get a facelift,new clothes are bought for every member of the family and servants. Tailors are in great demand at this time of year as... read more
This week's HubMob is a world tour. Read about Holiday traditions, decorations, celebrations and products from all over the globe, here in our Christmas Around the World HubMob. There were so many parts, we had to add this hub to mix, this is part 2. read more
Here are some tidbits for choosing great holiday gifts that will help to make shopping a little easier. I believe it would be hard to find anyone who could truly say that they’ve never received a bad gift for Christmas, birthday, or some... read more
Benefits of artificial christmas trees and real christmas trees. It is easy to find American made artificial trees. Storage and maintenance of christmas trees. read more
Christmas is close and with it comes many of the
misconceptions and heated debates. One
of which is almost always whether or not it is the day of Jesus’ birth. Let’s resolve that now. It is not the actual birthday of the
... read more
Before you run out and load up on gourmet chocolates and chocolate gift baskets, consider the alternative. Homemade fudge and Christmas treats let them know that you not only cared enough to give the very best, but also that you gave of your time, energy and creativity to gift them with your best. read more
An appealing menu for the holidays, particularly for Christmas Eve Christmas Day often include the following Mexican recipes with a little zing... read more
Having grown up in upstate New York, I have always believed that Christmas and snow go together. Not that Rochester, New York, my hometown, is known for white Christmases. Cold and overcast is common with a little better than a fifty-fifty chance... read more
Santa Claus fact or fable? It depends on who or whom one would ask.... read more
While a great number of fascinating Hubs have been written about this week's HubMob topic of Christmas, the three about Christmas in the Philippines - Merry Christmas from the Philippines by maudine_05 How We Celebrate Christmas in the... read more
“No Christmas this year,” may be on the lips of many more families than usual this year. As the holiday seasons began many are still unemployed and unsure of how soon jobs will reappear and life will begin to be normal again. Unemployment has... read more
This hub is part 3 of the HubMob topic, Christmas Around the World. There is so much wonderful holiday information in these hubs. Find out about Christmas in different cultures, ornaments, spending the holidays alone. Links to part 1 and 2 are here, as well. read more
As an Indian myself, Christmas season let alone Christmas brings a feeling of happiness & excitement in me. Even though India is a Hindu majority country, all Indians irrespective of caste or creed celebrate Christmas in some way or the other. ... read more
Here is a quick guide for your company's Christmas parties, ideas which you will love. read more
by Wendy Iturrizaga6 years ago
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Hello everyone, we had a fun week with the body art hubmob, we managed a total of 29 hubs published on the topic. We started the month with Halloween, followed by Thanksgiving and now we are going to finish with...
by Ryan Hupfer7 years ago
That's right Hubbers, with Halloween just around the corner and with Thanksgiving next month, you know that it's about time for everyone to be focusing on the holiday of all holidays, Christmas. Very soon millions upon...
by Ryan Hupfer9 years ago
First of all, I hope that you all had an amazing weekend and it's great to see you all back here on HuPages....this is going to be an awesome week!Now, for all of you Hubbers out there who have been following my forum...
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