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Thanks! It was great fun putting the tree and packages together.


Jeff Fiorito, Allied ASID

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Fred Albert added this to Celebrating Kwanzaa: Honor African Heritage All Over the Home
Since Kwanzaa ends with gift giving, consider wrapping them in African-themed paper. Instead of a bow or traditional ribbon, use beaded gourds or beaded leather amulets adorned with West African cowrie shells on gifts or on that Christmas tree that’s still hanging on for dear life.Tell us: Do you celebrate Kwanzaa? If so, what items have you used throughout your home to instill the spirit of this tradition?More: Culture an African Look With Artifacts
Anne Colby added this to Your Complete Holiday Season Planner
Celebrate Kwanzaa. Decorate, light candles​ and involve family members in activities highlighting ​the seven principles of Kwanzaa for seven days starting the day after Christmas​. On the sixth day (New Year’s Eve) host a feast, and on the seventh exchange gifts.​Celebrating Kwanzaa: Honor African Heritage All Over the Home
Laura Gaskill added this to Celebrate! And 5 More Ways to Make the Most of This Weekend
5. Celebrate Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa festivities culminate on Jan. 1, with a feast and gift giving. Celebrate African heritage and culture through your gifting and decorating with fair trade handmade goods from Africa or the African diaspora, like traditional mud cloth, beaded gourds, baskets and art.Celebrating Kwanzaa: Honor African Heritage All Over the Home

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5. Celebrate Kwanzaa. Kwanzaa festivities culminate on Jan. 1, with a feast and gift giving. Celebrate African heritage and culture through your gifting and decorating with fair trade handmade goods from Africa or the African diaspora, like traditional mud cloth, beaded gourds, baskets and art.Celebrating Kwanzaa: Honor African Heritage All Over the Home

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