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#festivefriday linky week 3- share your posts

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Wow. It's four weeks now till the big day, and we have reached our third link up week for #festivefriday. I've so enjoyed reading all your posts over the last fortnight and hope, with advent around the corner, I will be bombarded with plenty of posts to get me crafting, cooking and creating this December.



To my readers in America, I hope you had a fabulous thanksgiving. Feel free to share what you got up to.
British Thanksgiving
We had our own British version of Thanksgiving this week. So as usual I've been busy cooking- there's been cranberry sauce, pecan and pumpkin pies added to the blog.
baking pinecones
Somewhere in the midst of all the cooking, we found time to bake our pinecones in spices ready to start making our Christmas decorations this weekend.
Christmas fingerpainting
Froggy took some time to make some finger painting wrapping paper, I'm festive colour too.

So now it's your turn. What festive posts have you created recently.

Share anything your like, but try to visit at least two other posts on the lists to share the festive love. Why not grab the festive Friday badge to share the love for Christmas inspiration.

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