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Monthly Archives: December 2016

    25 Days of Christmas – 5 More Holiday Movies!

    By Admin | December 23, 2016

    One more weekend!! Are you ready to open presents from Santa? Put on one of these crowd pleasers while making final dinner preparations— they’re guaranteed to entertain! Most of these movies are available through Amazon Instant Video, Redbox, or Netflix. It’s a Wonderful Life, a Golden Globes winner starring James Stewart Rise of the Guardians,... Read More

    25 Days of Christmas – Tea Light Snowman Ornaments

    By Admin | December 22, 2016

    From One Little Project: Tea Light Snowman Ornaments Dollar store tea lights aren’t going to win any awards by tricking people into thinking they have a real flame, but they are PERFECT for little snowman ornaments. Did you ever think a fake plastic flame could substitute for a snowman nose? I know I didn’t!... Read More

    CENTURY 21 Sweyer & Associates Agents Achieve CENTURION Producer Award

    By Admin | December 21, 2016

    CENTURY 21® Sweyer & Associates announced that Art Ricks, Bobbi Bell, Deryl Smith, and Kelly Willis, REALTORS® with the Wilmington office, recently earned the CENTURY 21® System’s CENTURION® Producer Award. This is an unbelievable recognition which puts them in the top 2% of all CENTURY 21® agents in the world. “This is an incredible achievement!... Read More

    25 Days of Christmas – Crock Pot Maple Brown Sugar Ham

    By Admin | December 19, 2016

    From Life in the Lofthouse: Crock Pot Maple Brown Sugar Ham Ingredients 7 or 8-pound spiral-cut ham (bone-in or boneless) 1 cup brown sugar 1/2 cup maple syrup 2 cups pineapple juice Directions Use a 6-7 quart crock pot. Unwrap ham from wrapper, and discard the flavor packet. Place ham inside crock pot, flat... Read More

    25 Days of Christmas – Stove Top Christmas Potpourri

    By Admin | December 18, 2016

    From Half Baked Harvest: Stove Top Christmas Potpourri Ingredients 1 1/2 cups fresh cranberries 3 tangerines, halved 3 whole cinnamon sticks 2 star anise (optional, gives a strong black licorice smell) 1 teaspoon whole cloves 1 inch piece fresh ginger 1 vanilla bean + 1 tablespoon vanilla extract 1 small branch fresh pine 1... Read More

    25 Days of Christmas – Pine Cone Christmas Trees

    By Admin | December 17, 2016

    From: Pine Cone Christmas Trees Clean pine cones Craft paint Brush Craft glue Glitter Small terracotta pots Aluminum stars   Make sure that they were not harboring any critters so carefully wash the pine cones in soapy water.  The pine cones will close when you wash them, but after drying on newspapers for about... Read More

    25 Days of Christmas – More Holiday Movies!

    By Admin | December 16, 2016

    5 Holiday Movies Christmas morning is crawling ever closer! Make Friday night fly by faster with a few modern Christmas tales; they’re sure to entertain the Scrooges and Grinches in your family. Most of these movies are available through Amazon Instant Video, Redbox, or Netflix. Dr Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, starring Jim Carrey... Read More

    Welcome Chuck Egerton!

    By Admin | December 15, 2016

    Welcome to the team Chuck Egerton! We are so happy to have you joining us at Century 21 Sweyer & Associates Jacksonville! We know you will make a great addition to our team! Read More

    25 Days of Christmas – Simple Cut-out Christmas Card

    By Admin | December 15, 2016

    From Popup-ology: Simple Cut-out Christmas Card Impress your friends with something a little more special this Christmas! A simple and very beautiful snowflake design which I have been modifying over the years to come up with the most balanced structural composition. The link includes a PDF template for those a little more artistically challenged. Read More

    25 Days of Christmas – DIY Wreath

    By Admin | December 14, 2016

    From Origin of the Christmas Wreath There are several different schools of thought when it comes to the history of the wreath… But one notes that the wreath dates back to ancient Greece & Rome, where members of Greco-Roman society would hand-make ring-shaped “wreaths” using fresh tree leaves, twigs, small fruits & flowers.... Read More