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  • Patti Mitchell

    You've Been Jingled! What a great tradition to start in your neighborhood! Or, a great Secret Santa idea for teacher to use at school or even with the kiddos. Maybe 1 student could get jingled each day in December for positive work ethic and epic behavior. December is a hard month for kids to stay on task as they usually do!! A little motivation couldn't hurt! Just sayin'.....p

  • Cori McBride

    You've Been Jingled! What a great tradition to start in your neighborhood! Super cute idea!

  • Shannan Myers

    Think we just found our new family Christmas Tradition. :-) You've Been Jingled! What a great tradition to start in your neighborhood!

  • Kym

    Cute idea -- start a tradition in the neighborhood.

  • Quilt Quilt

    You've Been Jingled - fun holiday tradition to secretly pass around the neighborhood

  • Elizabeth McCaughey

    1. Select 2 victims in your neighborhood 2. Buy or make your goodies 3. Buy, make, or recycle containers large enough for your jingle treats 4. Create or copy a Jingle Poem & a We've Been JIngled Sign to include in each jingle 5. Deliver your Jingle to your neighbors when no one is looking! Leave your package on the doorknob, ring the doorbell or knock on the door, run & hide! 6. Watch as the We've Been Jingled signs multiply & appear on doors & windows through the neighborhood

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