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Charles Shaughnessy's Shared Group Holiday Board on Pinterest!

on PINTEREST: Group SHARED Board for the next five Holidays: 

presented by Charles Shaughnessy

Do you have something really awesome that you want to share with the rest of the pinning world on Pinterest that has to do with holidays? 
Are you a business that has specials you offer during HOLIDAYS? 
Then join Charles Shaughnessy's group board!  
Whether you pin or re-pin, be sure there is a legitimate link to the photo's origin when you post it or it might get deleted.
Please don't re-pin something to this board that you SAW on this board. Why? It's already there!  
Purim is February 24
St. Patricks Day is March 17th
Passover begins March 26th
Easter is March 31st
Earth Day is April 22nd

Pinterest Charles Shaughnessy Holiday Group Board

Here are the rules!

THERE MUST BE A LEGITIMATE LINK TO EACH PIN OR RE-PIN or they will be deleted!!  That is the basis for Pinterest! For example, no one wants to see a picture of cookies and no link to the recipe, or to some awesome holiday decoration, with no link of where to get it or how to make them!  So check each pin or re-pin that you put up.  If it is one of your own photos, be sure to link back to your own Pinterest account so people can check out all of your pins!


A BIG THANK YOU to ALL of you who have been sharing your PINS to the board. The holidays will change again around April!  People love acknowledgement, so be sure to LIKE, comment, share and re-pin!

HAPPY HOLIDAYS to you and yours . . . and remember my friends, ONLY CONNECT!
all my best,



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