A Christmas Giveaway

'Tis the season to be merry :)
I just love Christmas and I love spreading Christmas cheer.
So in honor of Christmas and the joy this holiday brings
I'm having a little giveaway for you, sweet friends.

I don't tell you enough 
how thankful I am for you.

Many of you have touched my heart in such a beautiful and meaningful way
that my life has forever been changed because of YOU!
It's an honor to "know" many of you
and I count it a blessing to have your friendship.

This giveaway will be today, tomorrow, and Wednesday.
I will then announce the winner on Thursday, December 3rd.
I am sorry it's open only three days,
but I want the winner to enjoy the goodies during the holiday season.

Let me show you what you could win. . .

A beautiful Christmas box.

A stunning glass vase with a snowflake jewel on the front.

A sparkly Christmas ornament for your tree.

This sweet frame.

And a handmade Christmas pocket card.

To enter the giveaway:

{ 1 }
Please be a follower of the blog by 
GFC, Email, Bloglovin', Facebook or other.

{ 2 }
Leave me a comment
sharing a special Christmas memory.

The giveaway is open to everyone including the lovely people overseas.

Thank you for enriching my life with your sweetness, dear friends.
May each one of you have a beautiful Christmas season.

Love and hugs!


~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

That would brighten my holidays for sure! I love the pretty things you make sweet friend. I love my memories of Christmas day at my Grandmother's house with all my relatives and cousins to play with. And playing the piano...Christmas carols. I think I'll get my Christmas music out today! Thanks! Holiday hugs, Diane

Anonymous said...

Good Morning Stephanie, What beautiful items you have created. Like Diane (above) I remember Aunt Frances playing carols on the old upright piano.

Linda Walker said...

What a lovely collection for a giveaway! You do make the prettiest things!
Let's see, I have so many wonderful Christmas memories! I guess the one that stands out in my mind right now, is picking out the Christmas tree from my neighbors yard (she sold them in her garage) dragging it home and then the hours of decorating with my mom. Many times it was just the two of us doing the decorating. Guess dad thought he did his share by making the crooked trees stand straight! (which often wasn't easy!) LOL! We had a grand time making our tree beautiful year after year.

Have a wonderful week Stephanie!

Denise said...

wonderful giveaway. a Christmas memory, we were hurting financially, my mom made all of us gifts. it was the greatest Christmas ever.

Betty from My Irish Cottage Home said...

What a beautiful giveaway for this time of the year. Please enter my name. I am a follower by bloglovin and have enjoyed your blog for along time.

giovannarosa1010 said...

Thank you so much! May your holiday season be filled with many blessings. You have touched and blessed many lives! Love to you and yours!

Sylvia said...

All is so pretty, Stephanie, anyone would be blessed to receive this great giveaway! This Christmas will, most likely be unforgettable since we will be moving in a couple weeks and I am not able to decorate at this time, this makes me stop and remember that Christmas isn't about all the glamour and gilts, but about Jesus birth, the most important time of ALL! Also Christmas 1998 my daughter was expecting our second grandchild on Christmas day, we were all excited but she came on the 29th instead. It was a very happy Christmas.

Hope said...

Dear Stephanie,

You are so adorable. What a sweet giveaway!

Knowing you is a blessing for sure! You are always encouraging and kind. I look forward to every visit with you!

Thank you for offering these delightful gifts for some BLESSED winner.

Love and warm hugs,

Michelle makes and bakes said...

Good Afternoon Stephanie,

What a great giveaway bless you. My favourite memory is helping my mum in the kitchen when I was little, mixing the cake, making mince pies and just watching her, it started so many traditions that I now do with my daughter. xx

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Stephanie, what a beautiful giveaway. You are a treasure to know and I'm so glad we have met through blogging. I'm a follower through bloglovin. One of my favorite Christmas memories was the year we had a big family reunion in Texas and all my Mom's brothers and sisters told stories from their childhood. The love of family runs strong in us!

Oliva Ohlson said...

Hi Stephanie!!! I'm blessed to have you as a friend. Drooling here...great giveaway! The most recent favorite Christmas memory is celebrating Christmas Day at Hubby's brother's house with his family up in Minnesota. We sang Christmas carols, we read 'Twas the Night before Christmas (took turns reading from the story), and the best part was that it was snowing beautifully that day...a total White Christmas... For me it felt like a Rockwell Christmas painting!

Anonymous said...

What a lovely, festive giveaway! Of course, I follow you on social media as well as GFC. And for a Christmas memory, one of my favorite Christmas memories is actually something that we do each year, and that is going to see Christmas lights as a family and listening to Christmas music while doing so. We always go more than once or twice around different parts of town to see lights and it's always a highlight of Christmas for me. It's a nice family time with lots and lots of laughter and fun!!

Wishing you a wonderful week!! Lots of love to you :)

Cryslyn said...

What a sweet giveaway . . . all the items are so lovely <3

As for a Christmas memory . . . I'd like to include one from last year's Christmas. It was the first Christmas I got to spend with my 'now husband' and I just remember how special it was. We spent the day with both of our families, and at his parent's house I gifted my beloved a personalized frame with a poem I had written just for him. He really loved the meaning behind it and read it aloud to the rest of his family, who were nearly in tears by the end of it. It really warmed my heart to see how one little gift could have such an impact on someone else. :)

Debbie Harris said...

Everything is eloquently placed together worth such Christmas cheer, my dear.
You have a lovely way about you in putting things together as a gift, who would not be blessed to win this lovely giveaway? As you know...I will step out only because you so graciously give of your heart to me all year. I will just enjoy seeing who the blessed winner will be, that is joy in and of itself.

May the Lord richly bless you.
Much love~ Mom

Heidi Lyn Burke said...

My husband asked me out for the first time a few days before Christmas and a year later we were married two days before Christmas, so I always associate that time of year with a lot of happy happenings.

mamasmercantile said...

What a beautiful giveaway, I would love to be entered. One of my favourite memories is dressing the tree each year and reflecting on Christmas's past and the baubles and what they mean to us as a family. A wonderful time of year.

June Chapko said...

How generous of you to share your beautiful talents through a giveaway. I love the brightness of the items. One of my poignant Christmas memories was the first Christmas after my mother passed away. I sat at the foot of our decorated tree on Christmas Eve with everyone asleep. The quiet stirred memories of mother, while tears wet my eyes. I thought of so many Christmas's past and now, mother was gone. Then the thought struck me..."You're the mother now." I realized in that moment that it was my turn to help create memories for my children and future grandchildren. I could hand them down so they would be remembered for generations to come. I whispered a thank you to my mother, turned out the flickering lights, and crawled into bed beside my husband. It would be okay.

Miriam Jacob said...

Hi Stephanie,

This Christmas, we celebrate the joy of miraculously answered, many-years-old prayers! So at last, we have happy memories of Christmas! Your blog is such a great joy and inspiration to me. I would love to feature you and highlights of your blog on my ministry network. Thank you for all that you do to make us happy!

Blessings in Christ,

Ashley said...

What sweet gifts. I would love to enter and I follow you by email. )
One of my favorite Christmas memories is when my parents surprised me with a bike that had a basket on the front for Christmas.
Thank you for being such a great friend and having a Christmas giveaway. :)

Much love,

Elizabethd said...

How good of you to be making up a giveaway parcel at this busy time of year.
Christmas memory for me will always be my Grandma getting ready to cook an enormous turkey. I can see her now in her flowered apron busy with producing a wonderful meal.

CelestinaMarie@SouthernDayDreams said...

Dear Stephanie, What a beautiful giveaway for Christmas. You are sharing such precious treasures and anyone would be thrilled to receive these goodies. I am a long time follower and would love to enter.
One of my special memories is when my parents were still with us and we all gathered together at home for the holidays, singing carols and wonderful meals. I hold that memory close in my heart and carry it on in their memory!
Much Love and Blessings, xo

Anonymous said...

Aw what a lovely Christmas collection! I'd love to have another Stephanie original in the house! :)

Favorite Christmas memory is actually from when I was really tiny, perhaps 4 or 5 -- my Dad camped out in the living room with me and my brother on Christmas Eve, and I woke up in the middle of the night. The room was all glowing with Christmas lights, and there was a full city of wooden blocks set up under the tree, with toy animals scattered around the "city." It was our Christmas presents -- my mom always liked for us to have toys that stimulated the imagination -- and my Dad and Mom had set it all up in a scene rather than wrapping it! It was magical.

Best Christmas wishes!!!!

GrammaGrits said...

What lovely gifts! Already a subscriber - Merry Christmas!

The Victorian Girl said...

Such beautiful gifts! I have such fond memories of all seven of us piling into the big red and white Ford station wagon (we called it the fire engine) and going to my grandparents' house on Christmas day. All the cousins, aunts and uncles would be there and we would have a big dinner and open presents. Then we would head to the other grandparents' house. What a day!
I follow you by email. kellam.susan@yahoo.com

Bekah said...

I follow your blog via your Facebook page! :) You do such a gorgeous job~ I have been inviting some of my friends to like the page... ♥

One of my most unique Christmas memories would be the year I made a 2000 mile move, with 2 pet mice! Driving, but how entertaining it was to travel with rodents, making their noises, running on their wheel, attempting to the chew the edges of boxes... heehee

Another memory & tradition is going to the Festival of Trees every year. Just isn't Christmas without it. This year, as the funds raised were going to the childrens hospital, I decided to volunteer a few nights. That was a neat experience & will be a good memory. ♥

Bekah said...

I follow your blog via your Facebook page! :) You do such a gorgeous job~ I have been inviting some of my friends to like the page... ♥

One of my most unique Christmas memories would be the year I made a 2000 mile move, with 2 pet mice! Driving, but how entertaining it was to travel with rodents, making their noises, running on their wheel, attempting to the chew the edges of boxes... heehee

Another memory & tradition is going to the Festival of Trees every year. Just isn't Christmas without it. This year, as the funds raised were going to the childrens hospital, I decided to volunteer a few nights. That was a neat experience & will be a good memory. ♥

mommar6 said...

My husband and I got married on Thanksgiving weekend in 1981. With Christmas shortly after that I was really missing my family. My husband's mom must have known it would be hard for me because she really made me feel special and a part of the family.

Anne Payne said...

These would look lovely in our new home! This is a memory I have shared many times because it truly one of the most memorable Christmases our family has shared.

One year our family (my husband and I and our four children) filled big baskets with all kinds of supplies for a new baby. Because there were six of us in our family, we filled six baskets and took them to our local Crisis Pregnancy Center. We had such fun! That’s probably one of our most memorable Christmases and the best gifts we’ve ever given a child.

Merry Christmas, Stephanie!!!

I follow GFC, Bloglovin, Facebokk, Pinterest and Etsy that I know for sure. :)

Nikki said...

Such a sweet giveaway. My favorite memories would be the big dinners at my Grandparents house with all the cousins and family around.

Kelly-Anne said...

Oh Stephanie...how sweet and generous you are! I am so touched at this lovely giveaway, and would dearly love to enter...I am one happy follower and will continue to be for...well, for as long as continue blogging! The Enchanting Rose is one of my very favourite places to visit...my heart is always encouraged through what you share and my! Your creations are truly inspirational!
What delightful gifts...so festive too! I do so love Christmas...and I can't believe tomorrow is the first of December!
A favourite Christmas memory of mine...in 2012, we had asked an eldery couple to join us for Christmas dinner, but a few weeks before, we heard that the poor gentleman passed away when his wife called us... Anyway, she and her son (who had flown out for the funeral from Australia and was helping is mom) came to lunch, as well as another widow and her son whom we are also friends with... Ah, Stephanie! It was the most fun, enjoyable and BLESSED Christmas day ever and so special...how true the Word is...it is indeed more blessed to give than to receive!
Thank you again...much dear love and a hug to you!
Blessings to you, Stephanie!

Stacy @ Sweethearts + Sweet Tarts said...

What a special giveaway, Stephanie. You are very generous. I think I have followed your blog for a long time now and I really appreciate that you follow mine as well. One of my favorite memories is my daughter's second Christmas when it was just the three of us snowed in for the day. I love my family but it was really nice having the day to ourselves.

Daniela said...

My dearest Stephanie, your giveaway is a special giveaway, you're always far too generous with us !!!
The remembrance which I love to share is that of my Christmases when I was a child, when we celebrated it and the day of S.Stefano, December 26th, into my grand-parents' home, together with so many cousins, uncles and even my great-grandMa, whom I loved so very much ... now we all have our families, everything has changed, and so many dears of ours watch us and bless us from Up Above, among the Angels ...

Have a great Monday, dearie,
sending tender hugs

hobbyloes said...

What a joy to see your lovely give-away. I remember when I was a child, every year I went with my parents to church. There they had a very high Christmas tree, with thousands of burning candles. We sang Christmas songs and the Reverend told the Christmas story. We got hot chocolate and an orange.
That atmosphere, so many people.....unforgettable.

Karen@Southern Gal Meets Midwest said...

My Christmas memory is sleeping in my top bunk on Christmas Eve. I was about 7 or 8 years old. I woke up during the night and I could see a red glow on the window through the curtains. I did not dare peek outside because surely it was Santa and Rudolph leading the sleigh with his bright red nose. If Santa saw me I would not get my gift so I laid very quietly waiting for them to leave. Next thing I knew it was morning and I had to tell everyone that I saw the glow of Rudolph's nose. In later years growing up I realized it was the brake lights of vehicles on the road next to our home. But you know, it is still fun to remember my excitement that night and the next morning. Thanks for offering this giveaway and allowing us to share our memories of Christmas past.

Katie R. said...

Wow, I love all these items! A special Christmas memory...probably driving around our neighbourhood looking at the Christmas lights as a family, with hot cocoa and cookies. :) That's always fun, and it's a tradition. Thanks for this wonderful giveaway!
~Katie@ sparklyambitions.blogspot.com

Sherry @ Thrift My House said...

What a generous heart you have! A beautiful giveaway! Let's see... My favorite memories of Christmas are when my family watches A Wonderful Life on Christmas eve, eating everyone's favorite snacks in pj's. We also like to go and see Christmas lights around the neighborhood. My husband's mom and dad come over every Christmas morning for breakfast and we go to their home for dinner. One of the grandkids always reads the Christmas story in Luke, this year my youngest will read it. It's special because he's so shy but wants to do it ...proud mom here :-) Thank you sweet Stephanie for the opportunity. Happy Monday!

Anonymous said...

Christmas is a very special time for me Stephanie, not only because of the meaning behind it, but because it is when my husband and I became husband and wife :0) Thank you for sharing such lovely things in this giveaway...wishing much joy to the winner :D mari

Naomi said...

Stephanie...first thank you for the lovely giveaway! I'm excited for it. A special Christmas memory was, and still is, watching our children open one gift either before or after church on Christmas Eve. Their adults now and still look forward to this tradition. :-)

Amy at love made my home said...

So very kind of you Stephanie. Happy Christmas to you!!! My favourite Christmas memory is more of a moment that happens each year, when I bake the cake! It is the first thing that I do and I love it, always a great start to Christmas for me. xx

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

My Stephanie, you have put together some wonderful sparkly items for your giveaway and I would love to have my name in your draw. I have been following you since joining the autumn teacup exchange you hosted.
I often think back to the times as a little girl when the car was packed with parcels and we'd travel to my grandmother's farm for Christmas. She had a charming little attic room full of toys where I spent many happy hours playing with cousins.

Cheryl said...

Dear Stephanie! Such a beautiful giveaway! I have so many precious favorite Christmas memories, it is hard to narrow it down to only one...but I would have to say one of them is one Christmas our little boy had asked for a certain train set. My dear Mom bought him a train set, but it was not the particular one he had asked for. I wondered how he would take the disappointment when he opened the package, and how it made our hearts swell with pride when he acted like it was the best train set in the world! I will never forget that and how thankful I was to see him show gratitude in spite of the gift not being what he really wanted. He preferred being thankful over hurting Mom's feelings...such a dear blessing. :) Thank you for this wonderful opportunity to win! So thankful for you, dear friend. :) God bless you abundantly!

My heart is here said...

So lovely! :)
My favorite christmas memory is the last christmas which I spent for the first time with my new boyfriend and his family. It was the first real Christmas I´ve ever had!

Phyllis said...

My favorite Christmas memories are of my dad who passed away too soon at the age of 49. He always bought my sister and I a special gift just from him. I especially remember the bicycle he picked out for me and couldn't wait till morning. He woke me up and put me on the bicycle and didn't get the reaction he expected. So he put me back in bed and the next morning I was so excited to see it and didn't even remember that he woke me up. I miss him still so much, especially during Christmas.

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Oh Stephanie, you are a joy to know and love! Your giveaway is just like you...so sweet and sparkly.
A favorite Christmas memory is of my kids waiting patiently on he steps to come downstairs on Christmas morning. However, my most special memory is the barnwood box that Rich made for my dining room table the Christmas before he passed away. It has a permanent spot on the table and I change it seasonally and am reminded of him each time I look at it.

Anonymous said...

Christmas season was a season celebrated by the neighborhood when I was a kid. We all shared baked goods with each other, an on Christmas Eve the children got a visit from "Santa" from down the street.

I follow via email.

Julie said...

Hi Stephanie. I am popping in to visit, not for a chance to win the beautiful items you have obviously lovingly created. (Way too expensive to send a parcel to Australia!)But to share one of our Xmas stories.
When my children were little, we would always leave carrots and water out on the back lawn for Santa's reindeer and the kids would go out in the morning to find bits of chewed up carrot left behind.
Anyway, this particular morning they went out and OMG Mum! the reindeer really have been here. (they were getting a little skeptical).
I went out and the carrot bits were surrounded by a huge amount of little droppings! :-)

As you know, in Australia we have an abundance of kangaroos in country areas (I even have a post on the little rascals that eat my garden!). Anyway, they had dropped in to munch on our back lawn and left little presents.
Funnily even though the kids see the kangaroos all the time, the penny did not drop! They were soooo excited!

Anyway, off to do a spot of decorating. x Julie

Linda said...

My favourite Christmas memory is when my parents (I am an only child) gave me a Spirograph! It wasn't much but if meant a whole lot to me. I am a follower of your (and your dear mother's) blogs. You have great taste, Stephanie, and I love the things you have chosen for this giveaway. I don't as a rule participate in giveaways but I would love to participate in yours! And I live in Canada so I am glad you are opening this to everyone. God bless you, and thank you for your warm heart, your lovely blog and...yourself! :)

Vee said...

Your gift reminds me that one Christmas morning my grandfather said, "Let's take a moment and enjoy the beauty of the wrappings before we open the gifts. They're really too pretty to open." I didn't like that idea much at the time, though there have been many times I have thought of his words since.

Rita Pilger said...

Hi Stephanie! I just received my order today and it's all so precious. Thank you for the beautiful gifts I'll be giving to my Mother and Granddaughter. I am so happy to have found your blog. I am enjoying it so much. And I especially love that you're in Colorado also. One of my best Christmas memories was watching my Dad carry in our big, fresh Christmas tree. I was a tot in my jammies and that tree was bigger than my Daddy.

NanaDiana said...

Stephanie- You are so sweet. I got an unexpected gift from a blogger in the mail today so feel like I "won" another giveaway...so don't put my name in the mix.
My favorite memory is that on my birthday (Dec) my father would take me out to the woods and we would cut down our Christmas tree and gather Princess Pine for the house. xo Diana

Linda said...

Dear Stephanie,

I forgot to mention...I love the date you have chosen for the giveaway. December 3rd is a date that is close to my heart. My great aunt's birthday was on this day and she died in 1977, when I was just 20. She was 81. She was very dear to me and I still miss her.

Ana said...

Oh Stephanie,
What a wonderful giveaway. I too am thankful that we met and feel blessed to be able to call you my friend. I have many wonderful Christmas memories but the one that keeps popping in my head the most is that of our sweet Chihuaha, Cookie. I think I have been thinking a lot about her and missing her a lot lately. Every year we would wrap up a little present for her and when we gave it to her she'd tear the wrapping like she knew that it was a gift especially for her. Even though there were other gifts under the tree she would never touch any of them. She waited until Christmas morning and until hers was given to her to open. It was the cutest thing. She will be especially missed this Christmas.


Andrea Ostapovitch said...

Wow, what a beautiful and generous gift! My memory: I went to the hospital on Christmas Eve to meet my newly born niece. When I got to my sister's room, she was relaxing in bed waiting for the nurse to bring back the wee girl. Very shortly, the nurse arrived cradling a newborn in a Christmas stocking. My sister and I looked at each other and melted at the sweetness of this scene. I will never forget the look on my sister's face when she received the most incredible Christmas gift of her life. I decided very shortly after that it was my turn to experience the wonder of becoming a Mother, and it didn't take long.

Angela said...

How generous of you, sweet Stephanie! You are the one who is the blessing. Thank you for an opportunity to win some of your handmade lovelies :)

My favorite memories of Christmas was visiting my grandparents in their two bedroom farmhouse. It was crammed with their seven children and all of us grandkids. Oh, how I miss them! I am thankful for all the years God allowed that tradition to take place. A blessing indeed.

Much love to you, angela

Conniecrafter said...

I would have to say Christmas of 89 when we finally were blessed with our little baby girl after trying so hard to have a baby!

annie said...

lovely giveaway, i follow by email & fb too.
Our fist Christmas, married, my husband bought a jumping jack ornament, our very first ornament together, that was 38 years ago, last friday I pulled his strings, watched him jump and dance and hung him on our tree. It is still precious to me!

Anne's Attic - Design said...

Hi Stephanie, what a wonderful give a way! This is sure to thrill any of your followers. Have a wonderful week. Hugs, Jo

Alex said...

Stephanie, thank you for your friendship too. You spread so much joy around.
My mama used to make me such a thoughtful Christmas stocking with many carefully and sweetly chosen gifts...so many that she once put all the gifts in a real pair of woolly tights (decorated)! I was so excited to find it hanging on the bedroom door early on Christmas morning! it must have taken ages to prepare.
I miss her so much, but I have taken time to appreciate and mull over all the effort she put in to bringing up her family. I carried on the tradition, too, although not quite as complex as her creations... our 'kids' still have stockings at age 28 and 30!

Your beautiful little collection of silvery gifts will be acreal treat for some one...I wonder who that will be?
Thank you for being you! and God bless.

Melanie said...

What a lovely give away, Stephanie! I can remember as a child, our family would ride around on Christmas Eve looking at the decorated houses. I was constantly looking up in the sky to see if I could see Santa! Have a great day.

Simply Linda said...

OHHHHHHHHHHH Stephanie....how lovely!!!!

---my favorite memory--prob when I was around 10 and I always wanted a Cabbage Patch doll...needless to say there was no doll under the tree...and I was very sad. Until my brothers pointed out there was something behind the couch. (and by that time, I was so upset and disappointed, I really didn't care)---they pointed out it had my name on it. Yep, it was the doll...and her name was Sandy. I later overheard my dad and mom arguing over this--and that is also how I found out Santa really wasn't Santa...my mother was quite upset that my dad had "connections" to get such a famous doll as the stores were all sold out. Needless to say, all was alright.

Blessing sweet friend.

Kelly Deal said...

What a beautiful and generous gift dear friend! A special Christmas memory for me was my very first bottle of Love's Baby Soft. I still remember that scent!

Abi Ant said...

My fondest memories are going to the Christmas Tree Farm and picking out our tree, then going to eat Chinese Takeout.

Beautiful things!!
Abi Ant.

Ashley~ said...

My favorite Christmas memories are from when I was little and the whole family would cram into my grandpas little house (most would stand because with all of us in there was only standing room) and we would hand out presents from the huge Christmas tree to everyone. It was always the best when you got to be the child to crawl under the tree to get the last present that got pushed way back in the corner! My cousin Amber and I were close in age and ALWAYS got the same thing from grandpa (whose gifts were ALWAYS from Santa). I haven't received a gift from "Santa" since he died a couple years ago.

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

You have such a generous spirit Stephanie! I always had old, repainted second hand bikes as a kid. Then one Christmas morning my Mom rolled a brand new Raleigh 3-speed bike into the living room. I was so happy, yet overwhelmed, and burst into tears. I was 12, and we were poor, yet she managed to get me that bike! That was my sweet Mom!

:) Pam

The Mayo Family said...

Dear Mrs. Stephanie,
Hmm...to pick which Christmas memory is my favorite is hard...;) I think my top one would be when we were younger going to a Christmas Eve church service then going driving and looking at all the Christmas lights.
Thank you so much for this BEAUTIFUL give away!!
Love and blessings to you!

Debbie Harris said...

I wanted to tell you that your new header is gorgeous!! I love it. :-)

Anonymous said...

Thank you for offering this give-a-way. I just signed up to your blog. I really like your creativity and love looking at your web site for ideas.
When I was a little girl, I lived with my mom and grandma. We were so poor, we didn't have a car or phone. My uncle and aunt would bring us presents and food for Christmas. Otherwise we wouldn't have gotten hardly anything. It was really nice.

Sarah said...

I would love to enter. :D
A favorite Christmas memory is when my family went to Pigeon Forge, Tennessee.


Lauren said...

Thank you so much for offering this giveaway. I would like to enter. One of my favorite memories is when we took a vacation to Tennessee. :)


Cindy said...

I commented as anonymous above but forgot to leave my name. It is Cindy S.

Margie said...

Thank you for the opportunity to win such a beautiful giveaway, Stephanie.

One of my favourite Christmas memories was the year that I moved into my own place and I hosted different gatherings with family and friends throughout December.

Salinn said...

My favorite memory would be going to my great grandma's for dinner when a lot of our family is there. That's always a lot of fun.:)

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