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Felicity's Holiday Challenge

So the holiday season is upon us! We all have different holidays that we celebrate and in each one, we celebrate them differently. So I have come up with(I'm sure it's already thing though) with the Holiday Challenge. This is the Holiday Challenge: Make a card of your family traditions during the holidays! It doesn't have to be Christmas too. The more diverse, the better! It's a great way to bring the whole Vingle community together and look at how different we all are aside from our kpop or anime or whatever it is that you do on here! Have at least two pictures with descriptions and tag your friends! Let me know if you want to work on it with me and I will add you in a group chat!!! Keep an eye out for the Holiday Challenge cards on these pages!: @TessStevens @B1A4BTS5EVER @kpopandkimchi @thePinkPrincess @nicolejb @danidee @alywoah

Food

At my moms, our Christmas tradition is making tamales, from scratch! We use a secret family recipe from my great gramma. We all get together and make a CRAP TON two days before Christmas and then on Christmas Day, we totally pig out with eggs, beans,rice, tortillas, and chile!

Christmas tree

At my dads house, we like to do a dark Christmas. For years, our family searches for all kinds of The Nightmare Before Christmas ornaments for our tree. We are obsessed with that movie and everything about our decor in our house is Jack themed. We have a special day of decorating our tree with our finds throughout the year with purple lights and sparkly things! And on the top, we put a cow stuffed animal as our "star"!
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That's definitely a cool tradition! My family is definitely not as cool!!!
Haha thank you!! It was super yummy!
😍 the food at your moms looks so good! I love family food traditions.
Thank you guys! And everyone's family tradition is cool because they are different!!! :D @shannonl5 @alywoah
Haha that's such a cool tradition
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