Advent Photo Challenge #SnapAdvent

 

#SnapAdvent 2018

It is the most wonderful time of the year.  #SnapAdvent 2018 Photo Challenge launches once again … because I FIND IT so darn fun!! It is a fun, easy, and entertaining way to remind us to keep Christ in Christmas; we begin another season on December 2, 2018.

HOW TO PARTICIPATE:

Save the #SnapAdvent Graphic – and snap a photo according to the day’s theme (you can find these next to each accompanying Advent date indicated as a hashtag).

Then hashtag #SnapAdvent and the theme you are sharing – it is OK if you do multiple days at a time – it is the holidays we WILL all have a day or 2 that we fall behind! DON’T forget to tag me @reconciledtoyou !  You can also tag my partner in creating the original #SnapAdvent:  Laure Lynch @lynchlm

Also on Twitter & Facebook:

Not on Instagram but still want to participate?  Or perhaps just want to post in multiple places – I know I will be.  DON’T Forget to tag me @reconciledtoyou (on all social media platforms)  and include #SnapAdvent and the photo’s corresponding hashtag.

 

You can you either of these #SnapAdvent graphics to post you are participating.

Visiting Advent Pasts

#SnapAdvent began over 3 years ago.  I have adjusted the themes over the years.  I love the challenge of being unique and creative with my photos.  Here is a peek at some of my snaps from previous Advents:

 

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Scripture Addition:

**In 2016, butterbeesandbumbleflies.com aka Christy @cdhinnant61108  added a phenomenal new layer to #SnapAdvent with her scripture printables: CHECK THOSE OUT HERE … or feel free to share a Scripture connection of your own!

I can’t wait to see all the amazing images shared by you that will deepen our Advent reflections AND the true meaning of this season!! 


 

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