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  1. Holiday Cutting Crafts for Kids These holiday cutting craft pages are the perfect activity for youngsters who need to practice using scissors--or just to give mom a break! Featuring a jack-o-lantern, a turkey, and a Christmas tree.

  2. In 1932, the poem Yule Lads was published as a part of the popular poetry book Christmas is Coming (Jólin koma) by Icelandic poet Jóhannes úr Kötlum. The poem was popular and so established what is now considered the canonical 13 Yule Lads, their names, and their personalities.

  3. In the 1950s, Bob’s brother-in-law, Gregory Keller, a Catholic priest, invented a machine to automate candy cane production. Packaging innovations by the younger McCormack made it possible to transport the delicate canes on a scale that transformed Bobs Candies, Inc. into the largest producer of candy canes in the world.

  4. Similes about candy

  5. › wiki › Santa_ClausSanta Claus - Wikipedia

    Santa Claus, also known as Father Christmas, Saint Nicholas, Saint Nick, Kris Kringle, or simply Santa, is a legendary character originating in Western Christian culture who is said to bring gifts on Christmas Eve of toys and candy to well-behaved children, and either coal or nothing to naughty children.

  6. This is a second poem in our Christian Christmas poem collection that explains why the candy cane is a wonderful symbol of the true meaning of Christmas. Kids are sure to love and appreciate this sweet poem! Sweet Symbol. Author Unknown. A significant symbol of Christmas Is the simple candy cane. It’s shape is the crook of the shepherd

  7. Dec 24, 2020 · It used to be just candy canes and gingerbread. But these days, the Christmas sweets industry is booming. "It's candy-cane ice cream, candy-cane lattes, candy-cane marshmallows," Christine Couvelier, president of the food development firm Culinary Concierge, explained to USA Today in 2017.

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