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Simply delightful!! I think we had the same party :) Just kidding, I'm so glad you had such happy feasting!! Have a restful weekend!

What an awesome All Saints Party! Full of great ideas! LOOOVE the flaming cupcakes! Just the thing for our little pyromaniacs! &:o)

What wonderful ideas! I love the pin the roses game!

I love the milk jug luminaries! Wonderful traditions, too, thanks for sharing them!

Thank you for sharing. Your blog has inspired me :)) Thank you so much for taking the time to share :))

Thank you for sharing! I am having a difficult time planning my All Saint's Week lessons for my Kindergartener - the Armor of God idea is perfect to start our lapbook.

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