Deck the Halls...with boughs of holly, fans of apple, ornaments of dried okra, pomegranate, oystershell, and all things natural
What is the difference between the Christmas alphabet and the ordinary alphabet? the Christmas alphabet has No L (noel)
the use of fruit and berries, vegetables started in the early 1920's. The custom of affixing fruits, vegetables, dried flowers, herbs, and other plant life to basic Christmas forms like wreaths, swags, and roping traces its roots to the early years of the twentieth century, a time when Christmas was growing in significance and the Colonial Revival was pulling decorative impulses back toward the eighteenth century. A 1926 issue of House Beautiful illustrates several fruit-laden wreaths a they used nuts, berries, hard cookies, pine cones
Americans would string long strands of cranberries or popcorn to encircle their trees. Early settlers would not have used fruit or other foods because they had to keep them for food. Only the rich would have used fruit to decorate. Apples and oranges were used as gifts.
Why does Santa have 3 gardens? so he can HOE HOE HOE
In 1912, the first community Christmas tree in the United States was erected in New York City.
what did the ghost say to Santa Claus? I'll have a booooooo Christmas without You
Christmas trees have been sold commercially in the United States since about 1850.
why was santas little helper depressed? he had low ELF esteeem
Between 1887-1933 a fishing schooner called the Christmas Ship would tie up at the Clark Street bridge and sell spruce trees from Michigan to Chicagoans
what do you call people who are afraid of Santa Claus? Claustiphopic
YOU KNOW I HAD TO BREAK UP THE HISTORY LESSON WITH A LITTLE LEVITY! Sorry, I know they are TACKY