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Christmas Customs
What exactly are customs? Customs involve the frequent repetition of the same act which become an habitual practice. There are long-established customs or practices which have been traditional for many hundreds of years and other newer customs and traditions such as the use of lights during the most festive time of the year.

Christmas Customs, Traditions and Symbols
You will love reading about the old Christmas Customs and Traditions. What is the meaning and origins of the symbols of the most festive time of the year? The history, meaning and origins of our old traditions and customs. Click one of the following links to access your choice of facts and information about our festive Customs and traditions:

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Festive Traditions, Customs and Symbols

Christmas Christmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols
What were origins and customs associated with the Yule Log, the Lord of Misrule, the Mummers, the Waits, Plum Pudding, Wassailing, the Bells, the dance, First footing, the Festivals of the ancients, the Druids, evergreens such as the holly and the ivy, Christmas Stockings, the Christmas Tree, Christmastide, the Advent Wreath, the Advent Calendar, the Candles, the lights, the cards, cookies, crackers, gingerbread, the Jesse Tree, the Star, the Rose, ornaments and baubles, tinsel, the colors, reindeer, elves and the gifts. The origins of Boxing Day and the customs of Advent, Christmas Eve and the 12 Days of Christmas. Read about the meaning and origins of Christmas Symbols.

Religious Christmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols
Religious Christmas Customs - read about the story of the nativity and the religious customs and symbols associated with the birth of Jesus. When was Jesus born? Where was Jesus born? Religious Christmas Customs and Traditions - the meaning of Advent. A taste of the symbols, customs and traditions! An evergreen wreath with four candles that symbolizes the passage of the four weeks of Advent. A special calendar used to count the days of Advent up to Xmas Day. The Angels who brought the news of the birth of Jesus Christ. Bells that are rung to announce and celebrate the birth of Jesus.

Christmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols
Read about the fascinating Xmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols. A taste of the symbols, customs and traditions! The Xmas Customs and Traditions and Symbols relating to the Xmas village (or putz) which is a miniature village or row of houses, used as a colorful light and decoration. Stocking stuffers or stocking fillers used as tree decorations wrapped in gold foil representing the gift of gold given by the Three Wise Men from the East. Customs and traditions about Xmas Cookies which are biscuits baked in festive shapes - Cookies are left with milk for Santa Claus. The Xmas Customs and Traditions and Symbols relating to crackers are table decorations consisting of brightly colored cardboard tubes which are pulled by two people.

Christmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols
Read about the fascinating Xmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols. A taste of the symbols, customs and traditions! Crackers contain paper hats, jokes, small gifts or trinkets. Various Xmas decorations consisting of symbols or characters associated with the festive season used to decorate trees and the interiors of stores and homes. The customs relating to decorating the home with evergreen branches and customs related to the holly, the ivy, mistletoe, tradition and customs of kissing under the mistletoe and the Yule log. Decorations which are hung on the mantelpiece. Christingle - A lighted candle dressed with red ribbon used in advent services in many Christian churches. The Salvation Army's most famous street campaign where donations are collected in red kettles reminding everyone it is the season for giving...

Christmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols
Read about the fascinating Xmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols. A taste of the symbols, customs and traditions! The gingerbread house which was originally based on the Gingerbread House featured in the Hansel and Gretel fairy tale and the custom of serving gingerbread cookies. The Xmas Customs and Traditions and Symbols relating to the brightly colored lights used to decorate homes, streets and stores. The traditions and customs of decorations made of ceramics, glass, metal or wood that are used to festoon a tree or a house.

Christmas Customs, Traditions and Symbols
Read about the fascinating Xmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols. A taste of the symbols, customs and traditions! The familiar sight and sound of Jingle Bells which are inexpensive bells, making similar sounds to sleigh bells, used as decorations or as ornaments. The customs relating to Plum Pudding, a traditional sweet food eaten at the festive time of the year. The Xmas Customs and Traditions relating to  legends of the Rose (Serissa) is also known as the Snow Rose or Winter Rose. The traditions and customs surrounding the Yule log, a large wooden log which is burned in the hearth.

Christmas Customs, Traditions and Symbols
Religious Christmas Customs - read about the story of the nativity and the religious customs and symbols associated with the birth of Jesus. When was Jesus born? Where was Jesus born? Religious Christmas Customs and Traditions - the meaning of Advent. A taste of the symbols, customs and traditions! An evergreen wreath with four candles that symbolizes the passage of the four weeks of Advent. A special calendar used to count the days of Advent up to Xmas Day. The Angels who brought the news of the birth of Jesus Christ. Bells that are rung to announce and celebrate the birth of Jesus. The Xmas Customs and Traditions and Symbols relating to Magi who brought gifts of gold frankincense and myrrh. Read the facts and information about frankincense and myrrh.  

Christmas Customs, Traditions and Symbols
Read about the fascinating Xmas Customs, Traditions, History and Symbols. The Customs and traditions, meaning and origin of the holly, mistletoe and the ivy customs, Stockings and Tree, Advent Wreath customs, Calendar, Candles, the lights, cards, cookies, crackers, gingerbread, the Star, the Rose, ornaments and baubles customs, tinsel, colors, reindeer, elves and the gifts. A taste of the symbols, customs and traditions! Remember then when you are wrapping presents or sending cards to your family and friends!

Christmas Customs

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  • Old Xmas Customs, Symbols and Traditions
  • Traditions, Customs, History and Meaning and origin of cards, the Yule Log, Plum Pudding & Bells
  • Meaning and origin of the holly, mistletoe and the ivy, Stockings and Tree, Advent Wreath, Calendar, Candles, the lights, cards, cookies, crackers, gingerbread, the Star, the Rose, ornaments and baubles, tinsel, colors, reindeer, elves and the gifts
  • Xmas History Customs and Traditions

Christmas Customs

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