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Share Your Homemade Advent Wreaths!

By December 5, 2013

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A fully lit Advent wreath with a central Christmas candle on a home altar, in front of icons of Saint Stephen, Saint Michael, and Our Lady of Czestochowa. (Photo © Scott P. Richert)

A fully lit Advent wreath with a central Christmas candle on a home altar, in front of icons of Saint Stephen, Saint Michael, and Our Lady of Czestochowa. (Photo © Scott P. Richert)

During Advent, one of the most popular features on the About Catholicism site is my little tutorial on How to Make an Advent Wreath. In it you can find step-by-step instructions, along with pictures that make it easy to understand each part of the process.

Because this tutorial is so popular, I know that at least some of you must have made your own Advent wreaths. Now's your chance to show them off to your fellow readers of the About Catholicism site!

It's very simple. Just take a picture of your homemade Advent wreath and submit it using the "Share Your Pictures" link on this page: Homemade Advent Wreaths - Pictures and Stories. If you have any tips or advice on making an Advent wreath, you can share it using that form, too.

I've shown you my Advent wreath; now it's your turn to show me yours!

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Comments
December 7, 2011 at 7:00 pm
(1) Nancy says:

I have such trouble finding Advent candles (and I never remember to mail order them) that I have purchased three violet and one pink votive candle holders and create a wreath arrangement around them.

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