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25 Handmade Christmas Ideas

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Ding...♪ Dong...♫ Ding...♪ Dong...♫ .Christmas is without a doubt my FAVORITE Holiday. As a child I remember waiting month after month to smell the fresh “truchas” { Canary Islands’ Christmas Dessert } made in my mom’s...

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