Monday, December 3, 2012

Sew, Mama, Sew! Giveaway Day! #2

Giveaway Day

Today is Giveaway Day! Wahoo! I love these Sew, Mama, Sew days! I think they are a lot of fun! Though I always have a hard time trying to figure out what to giveaway. I decided to do two giveaways while rummaging through my stash... you can find the other giveaway here.

So for today's giveaway I am offering
one charm pack of these 21 Michael Miller Clown fabrics!
(5" squares cut from my stash)
 
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These are another collection I've had in my stash for a while. I think the favorite thing I've used them for so far was making some wonky stars for the do.Good Stitches group I was in earlier this year. These are so much fun! I definitely have a quilt planned with these, but have yet to get to them.

To Enter: 
only ONE is mandatory

1. Leave a comment on my blog telling me your favorite Christmas memory!
2. Follow my blog and leave a comment letting me know how you do!
3. Go enter the giveaway at The One Stop Giveaway Shop and let me know you did! :)

Good luck!

Giveaway will end 12/07 @ 5pm PST
Open to international entries!

p.s. I am offering one more giveaway as well, so don't miss it!


That's a tough question for me. I'll have to think about it and get back to you. ;) There are a lot of good memories! I guess mostly they involve lots of family, good food, and just being together and being happy. :) Ok, that's non-specific. I'll keep thinking!


Diane






508 comments:

  1. I was past due with the sixth baby and all my other kids were at the in-laws and I wasn't able to travel to see my babes. My in-laws, mother, sister and aunt loaded up their vehicles and brought the kids, gifts and Christmas dinner up to our house for the day to celebrate Christmas.

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  2. I think my favorite memories go back to when my children opened their first presents. We anticipated their happy faces but they always surprised us! Christmas has always been about the joy... thanks for the chance to win, and for bringing back such memories!

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  3. My favorite holiday memory was the year before my kids lost their dad to kidney failure. We were all together, we ate we talked about life and enjoyed being a family...

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  4. Making christmas cake with mum and seeing how much her "hand slipped" with the rum.... lol

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  5. when I was young we lived in a farmhouse at the end of a quarter mile long driveway and it always snowed lots, those memories are golden. Thanks for the give away!

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  6. My favorite memories are the big family dining together and singing...

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  7. hmmm... favourite memory... probably the year we came downstairs to find out my Dad had barricaded the living room from any early sneakers with 2x4s! LOL!

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  8. I am a follower
    saruqa at gmail dot com

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  9. And I entered the one stop giveaway shop giveawat too

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  10. I know I'm supposed to want to be with lots and lots of family around the holidays, but last year was my favorite. Just me, my husband and our five children. We played games, ate good food and enjoyed each other. Sometimes more people (and all the tension adult family brings) isn't always better!

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  11. My favorite meory is our cross-country trips from NC to KS to see grandparents back before there were interstates the whole way. I loved seeing the small towns and the big cities and all the Christmas decorations!

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  12. I follow your blog through RSS Feed.

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  13. Favourite christmas memory has to be decorating the tree every year with the family. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  14. I entered the giveaway at One Stop Giveaway Shop.

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  15. I entered the one stop giveaway shop giveaway!

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  16. Cross country skiing at my grandparents in Colorado when I was a kid.

    Thanks!

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  17. The year I got a bike. It was pink! I think I was about 5

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  18. Another fun batch of fabrics! Thanks for another chance to win!

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  19. I follow your blog through RSS feed and facebook

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  20. And I entered your giveaway on OSGS!

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  21. My favorite Christmas memory would be receiving a square pedastal cake plate, vintage! Oh how I love that thing!
    lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  23. My dad plays Santa for the neighborhood kids and a few years ago one of them afterwards told his mom that he found out a secret. He was convinced that my dad was Santa who spends the rest of the year not at the North Pole but in our little village. He has been very respectful to my dad ever since.

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  24. I'm a follower by google reader!
    lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  25. favorite christmas memory - probably the last one that my favorite uncle got to experience with us before he died of cancer. my baby was two months old, and he held her for quite a long time. it was his first time to hold a baby. he was 60. i will never forget the golden light in the room and the sense of awe that was on his face.

    thanks for the chance to win. :-)

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  26. i also entered the giveaway on the one shop giveaway spot! thanks!!! merry christmas. :-)

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  27. the year I made my son a santa suit and he believed he was dressing up like Santa, but there was a real Santa. thanks for the chance.

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  28. I'm a follower. and I love that clown check fabric. I had some in the blue colorway, but used it all up, so I'd love to play with some more.

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  29. I've always lived in California, so we have a warm Christmas 90% of the time. I love wearing shorts on Christmas.

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  30. I still remember getting a rocking horse when only 5yrs. old (I;m as old as dirt now)- I was ssooooo horse crazy!!

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  31. My favourite Christmas memory is one Christmas Day when my children were very small that I spent at a friends house. Lots of my favourite people were also invited and we all had a great day!

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  32. My favourite memory is my grandfather's face when he opened the gift envelope the year I gave him a falconry experience for his Christmas present. I just moved into a new flat, and most of my stuff won't turn up for a few more weeks, but I brought the photo of him holding an owl and already stood the frame up on a table. I made his year!

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  33. I follow you in my google feed reader.

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  34. I entered the one stop giveaway giveaway.

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  35. My favorite Christmas memory is waking up before everyone else when I was about 9 or 10, and turning on the coffee maker instead of going in and trying to shake my parents awake. Now that I have 3 kids of my own, I finally understand why my parents were extra smiley that morning!

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  36. my memory is my grandfathers face when he opened his memory quilt with pictures of him and my gma on it - he's 90 this year.. he cherishes it

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  37. My favorite Christmas memory is of the year my youngest sone was born. Brought him home from the hospital Christmas eve.

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  38. When my son was just 2 months old we spent Christmas at my parents' house in another state. My mom was over the moon to have her first grandchild. She died just a couple years later so the memories of her basking in being a grandma are really special.

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  39. I entered the giveaway at the One Stop Giveaway Shop.

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  40. So many memories! I'll pick one of the years we went home to the Catskills when I was small. We fell asleep in front of the fireplace and awoke to my Aunt Ruth arriving with a Real Gingerbread House she made! I remember how cold it was to climb the stairs up, and how steep and short they were.

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  41. I remember my brother and I getting the Millenium Falcon for Christmas.

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  42. I entered at the One Stop Giveaway Shop too!

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  43. I think my favourite Christmas memory is when I was little and my dad spent ages helping me assemble my brand new Sindy house. I've never wanted anything so girlie since!

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  44. My favourite Christmas memory is driving back from my Grandmother's house one Christmas Eve at about 2 in the morning. It had been snowing so the street was full of fresh snow. My dad did controlled skids down the street. It was awesome. :) Thanks for the giveaway, Diane!

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  45. another awesome giveaway - these fabrics are so fun! Most often my favorite memories from Christmas are the looks on peoples faces when they open gifts :)

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  46. i follow you in google reader!

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  47. my stoic grandad got a joke girt of a "banana hammock" from my eldest cousin. He never laughed: to see him turn red and have tears streaming down his face in mirth has got to be one of my favorite memories

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  48. My favorite Christmas memory is from the year my folks made me a dollhouse. I can still remember how beautiful it looked sitting under the tree on Christmas morning! Thanks for the chance to win! :)

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  49. A favorite memory for me is when a local group took we children Christmas shopping for our family. I was small and they allowed me to select a gift for each member in my home. Then we wrapped them and I had special gifts to give at Christmas.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  50. Great fabrics! My favorite Christmas memory is getting up early on Christmas morning when I was kid (like 4 am early), and sitting out on the sofa admiring the pretty tree with the lights and presents. Christmas was magical.

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  51. I entered the giveaway on the other blog.

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  52. Just a mixture of memories all surrounded by family, friends and food :)

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  53. I have really fond memories of baking tons of cookies with my mom.

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  54. Thanks for hosting this giveaway! What fun fabrics!

    My favorite memories are spending time with my family gathered around the Christmas tree! :)

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  55. Singing carols with family when both my grandmother & Great grandmother were still alive...

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  56. Last year my husband wrapped a charm for my bracelet in a big box, filled with crushed walnut shells, so I couldn't figure out what the heavy box was! What a stinker! He loves a good surprise

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  57. My favorite Christmas is last year with our granddaughter. We just had a new grandson born today so I know this will be another wonderful Christmas!

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  58. I follow you on GFC, I think!

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  59. Getting snowed in at my aunt and uncle's cabin in Colorado!

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  60. The first Christmas my partner joined my family for celebrations. It was so great to have him there with us.

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  61. My favorite Christmas memory.. every year for Christmas our family of 7 children got a new outfit, a gift of our own, and a family gift. My favorite year was the year we got our dog Scooter. He was a weiner dog or dachshund. He lived with those 7 children for 16 years. Wonderful dog!!

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  62. my 1st christmas with my husband - he is super into christmas so he went all out with making memories

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  63. I follow your blog in Google Reader.

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  64. I remember sitting in a window , listening to the radio carolling and watching big fat flakes floating down.

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  65. Making Christmas ornaments with cardboard the first year we had a tree and could only afford two strings of lights. I still have 2 0r 3 of them.

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  66. Best Christmas memory is being sick as a dog on Christmas eve and so my mom felt bad and let me open a big present from my grandma. Barbie and the rockers stage!

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  67. I entered the contest on one stop giveaway shop

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  68. I was pretty excited one year when I got this super sweet bike. It was a banana seat, light purple frame, streamers, and it had a unicorn on the seat. I think I squealed when I got it. I rode that thing every day I could. I would even try to do tricks with home made ramps in our driveway...I'm really surprised I didn't get seriously injured. This was way before helmets and pads were common.

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  69. ALREADY FOLLOW YOU ON GFC!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  70. #99 COMMENT IS MINE ON ONE STOP GIVEAWAYS SITE!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  71. HI! ONE MEMORY IS WAKING TO FIND THAT SANTA HAS LEFT A FAVORITE DOLLY!
    THANKS FOR SHARING!

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  72. My favourite memory is getting a Merlin and a Simon Says one Christmas. My sister and I shared them both and it was a lot of fun!! I follow too :) GREAT fabrics - fingers crossed!

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  73. My favorite Christmas memory was one year when my daughter saw her presents and said "Is all that for ME?"
    I had been sad that I hadn't been able to buy much that year . . .

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  74. I entered at the one stop giveaway shop

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  75. I follow you on google reader. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  76. My favorite Christmas memory was when I was little my four brothers would spend the night coming into my room wondering when we would be able to get up for Christmas. We didn't get much then but they were so excited. When my two boys came along we had to wake them up every Christmas. Now we get so much that we sometimes forget the true meaning of Christmas.

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  77. I entered the giveaway at 1stop giveaway shop, Thanks again.

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  78. I do not celebrate christimas, but I love to see the decorations!

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  79. The year my cat got stuck in the christmas tree

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  80. I follow you on google reader :)
    yeyioasis@yahoo.com.ar

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  81. Singing carols around the tree! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  82. My favorite holiday memory was making from-scratch cinnamon rolls on Christmas Eve, and then having them warm and freshly baked for breakfast on Christmas mourning! Yum!

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  83. my favorite christmas memory is when my dad came home from deployment the week after christmas! :)

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  84. I entered the one stop giveaway! :)

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  85. As a military child, we were in a new place almost every Christmas. The day after Thanksgiving, we would go down to my father's submarine and decorate the galley (Kitchen and dining room) with a tiny tree and lights. One year, a bunch of boys (sailors) helped make paper garland to hang up as well. We stayed for hours and had lots of help. They all broke out the cards and hot chocolate and we had ourselves a wonderful Christmas time celebration, hundreds of miles from all of their homes.

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  86. I think my favorite memory is waking up on Christmas morning with Christmas music playing and seeing that "Santa" had come!

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  87. My sister and I both got dolls that stood as tall as we were - it was amazing!

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  88. My favorite Christmas memory is when my very sick, then 2 yr old niece, felt well enough to smile on Christmas Eve, after a very scary surgery. She recovered and is now 13!

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  89. Oh, I am also a follower of your blog and I entered the giveaway at One Stop Giveaway,

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  90. What I remember the most, and this will date me here, was the Chatty Cathy doll Santa left for me. When I pulled her cord she was hoarse from the cold sleigh ride and sounded like Froggy from the Lil Rascals! lolol

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  91. the year i got a homemade doll bed and doll. thanks for the give away

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  92. I remember getting my favorite treat- black olives in my stocking for several years.

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  93. My favorite memory is last Christmas watching by 18 month old go down the stairs on Christmas morning to see the tree lite up and presents under it!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    suzanne dot jourdan at gmail dot com

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  94. I am following via email! I cant wait to come back and look around!
    Thanks for the chance to win!
    suzanne dot jourdan at gmail dot com

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  95. The last few Christmases my two older kids aren't always home, so I've so enjoyed spending time with my niece and nephews. And our new tradition is doing a jigsaw puzzle over the two days of Christmas and Boxing Day. Last year I was told I was "the fun auntie"! That's a great memory!
    annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  96. Your blog is new to me, and I am now following by email updates!
    annesimonot@sasktel.net

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  97. Our first Christmas with our oldest daughter. So fun to have a baby around Christmas!
    steeplechaser29 at yahoo

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  98. One of my favorite gifts was the last year my kids were home as "kids". My daughter and son went and had several pictures taken, different poses and had them all framed in a beautiful big frame. This was the last Christmas I would have both kids home. The following year my son joined the US Marine Corps.

    Thank you for a great giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  99. I follow you via GFC and FB.

    Thanks again for a great giveaway.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. Hmm I don't celebrate xmas, but every year we have a HUGE family dinner and I always look forward to the decorating and getting dolled up part.

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  101. entered one stop giveaway... love that fabric line!

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  102. Sou seguidora GFC.
    Obrigada.

    tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  103. I love this blog. I have entered many giveaways that I have found here. I just entered the giveaway at Between Quilts and mentioned I heard it from you.

    Thank you for an awesome giveaway and a chance to win. Such great fabrics!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  104. Me lembro com saudade da casa de minha avó,com todos os tios e 84 primos,sim éramos isso tudo de netos para enlouquecer vovó...Hoje nos reunimos na medida do possível,mas nunca com menos de 40 ou mais pessoas,cada ano em uma casa,este ano terá reprise aqui em casa,com pelo menos metade,a outra parte vai para outra prima na praia.Só para constar eu tenho quatro irmãs e tres irmãos,são 16 sobrinhos,sete netos entre eles.Eu tenho três filhas e um casal de netos.A farra é boa.Beijos.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

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  105. Fave memories are those spending Christmas at my grandmother's house!

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  106. I'm a follower! Thanks for the chance!

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  107. I entered the giveaway at the One Stop Giveaway Shop!

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  108. My favourite Christmas memory is going over to my aunt's house to spend Christmas morning with family.

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  109. Oh that's a toss up but I think I will go with Christmases spent at my Grandma's house, we have a very large family on that side so we'd cram 30 or 40 people into her place and just have a lot of fun, my uncles were a riot and they'd do crazy stuff to us kids (Like hang us upside down by our socks on the coat rack hooks :D)

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  110. I'm Jewish, so I don't have one. However, my favorite Hannukah memory is when my oldest was able to light the candles for the first time. She was so proud of herself.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  111. It's the same Christmas eve food every year and it wouldn't be right without it!

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  112. My favorite Christmas memory is baking cookies to share with my family.

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  113. My favourite Christmas memory is my first year married, and the Charlie Brown tree decorated by all our friends in the cold & drafty apartment. I don't think there's ever been a more beautiful tree.

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  114. My best Christmas memory was my daughter's first Chrsitmas

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  115. I love making the christmas pudding and the kids and dh all have a go at stirring it and making a wish

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  116. Going to King George Square in Brisbane for the Christmas Tree lighting!
    Blogged about it here: http://speechnotrecognised.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/how-we-do-christmas-part-two-lighting.html

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  117. Last year when my niece came home to Australia from England for a visit and we had the best day (on Boxing Day) having a relaxed Aussie Christmas get together, with hilarious bocce and badminton games (there may have been cheating!), strange items in the Christmas crackers and great fun all round!

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  118. I'm a follower! What a nice giveaway prize!

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  119. I'm a follower! Wonderful fabrics, thank you for sharing! x Teje

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  120. One special Christmas was when my sister came to visit us from Japan to here in Greece! x Teje

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  121. Favourite Christmas memory was the year that I kept telling my parents that I had opened everything from santa. They kept not believing me and sending me back downstairs to check. It only took me about three trips to notice the huge big dolls house that I had been walking past!!! Love that dollshouse!

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  122. I follow you. Thanks for a great giveaway

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  123. Snow on Christmas! That doesn't happen too often here in south Louisiana!

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  124. One year we had a very very cold Christmas, but not too much snow, so we cleaned off the pond so that we could all go skating. On Christmas Eve we put a lantern in the middle and had a magical time skating in the dark with a bonfire and hot chocolate. Even now, many years later, my very grown up children remember that night with such pleasure. Every year we hope to be able to do it again, but there's always too much snow.

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  125. One of my most special Christmas memories was being an Aussie in Finland at Christmas time. Having a white Christmas was magical.

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  126. I entered the giveaway at the One Stop Giveaway Shop.

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  127. Sitting in my grandmother's lap after Christmas lunch which she would make with so much love every year, I can still feel her arms around me and how safe and loved I felt snuggled into her. Oh, you've made me tear up, I miss her so :(. I wish she could have known her grandchildren, and they her... she truly encapsulated perfect love, love you Grandma xx

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  128. I think my favorite Christmas memory is receive a new iPad 2 from my husband :)

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  129. Digging tentatively through the delicious fruit pudding for tiny silver thripenny bits and sixpences that my grandmother included as per our traditional family pudding recipe. This dish provided a mixture of trepidation and great fun as we children ate with great care our portion that had been liberally doused with brandy sauce..still not sure if it was a substitute or real brandy but it tasted delicious and we had great fun.

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  130. I enterEd the giveaway at The One Stop Giveaway Shop blog.

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  131. Walking to church on Christmas morning. Thanks for the give away.

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  132. Probably the first Christmas we had in our new home with all three of our kids. It was amazing!

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  133. Family gathering at Christmas is my favorite memory.

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  134. I follow your blog through an e-mail subscription

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  135. I entered the giveaway at The One Stop Giveaway Shop blog.

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  136. One of my favorite holiday memories was getting my purple unicorn bike when I was 6, I rode that thing everywhere.

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  137. My son's first Christmas. By the evening, he was so tired and in the photos he looked really grumpy. Those photos really make us laugh now - my son is almost 19!

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  138. favorite christmas memory is all the times we stayed at my grandparents and waiting to listen for my Grandma to get up to start the turkey. That meant we could go downstairs and open our stockings. Presents then had to wait until after breakfast was cooked, served and cleaned up. I treasure those memories.

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  139. My favorite is seeing my boys in their Christmas morning jammies!

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  140. Favorite christmas memory? Well, last year I got my sister a Doggie Doo game (yes, it was a dog that pooed) and the whole family played it. Yes, a table of grown adults laughing at far noises and poo. Happy tacky christmas!

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  141. I got a typewriter when I was six and daydreamed about being an author. It was perfect!

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  142. I love the memory of getting my ice skates - I'd wanted them for so long, and then I got them, but the box was empty! I was heartbroken until my parents told me that I had to pick out the size.

    michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  143. Going up north to visit my cousins when I was little. We had so much fun.

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  144. I have so many wonderful Christmas memories that it really is hard to choose just one. I know at the top of my list is when my three boys were little. I just loved Christmas morning each year when they were very small because they got SO excited to open presents. Little kids are just adorable to watch on Christmas and make all the rushing around to all the stores worth the trouble in my opinion.

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  145. I have a lot of Christmas memories.. one time we went out in the country and let my kids pick a tree to cut.. the fun of having to arrange the tree to get it in the house,then getting it to stand in the tree stand.. and finally tying it with fishing line to the ceiling.. thank you for the chance to win some pretty fabrics.

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  146. My favorite memory was getting a bride doll when I was 7.

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  147. i love each Christas morning watching the kids open their gifts...ill never forget the year i opened the Barbie RV...i was *sure* Santa existed bc my parents wouldnt buyit for me!!

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  148. When I was twelve. My parents always wrapped the gifts and put them under the tree before Christmas. That year they left the six of us home while they went shopping. We got all the presents out and lined them up and counted and compared sizes of each gift. The only box with my name on it was a used Christmas card box not even wrapped but taped shut. I pried the tape up and looked inside. One pair of white cotton underpants. That was it. All the other kids had at least three nicely wrapped gifts. I thought I must have been really bad that year. I cried and cried. On Christmas morning I wouldn't even get up and go downstairs. My dad finally hauled me down there and in front of the tree was a beautiful full size red bike. I never peeked at my gifts again.

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  149. one of my favorite memories is of my father sitting in his chair with a big box of chocolates.

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  150. Favorite memory is decorating the tree. My Mom gave each of us kids an ornament every year, and it almost always signified something special about that year for us. It's fun to remember them all and share the stories with my kids while decorating our tree. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  151. Favorite Christmas memory would have to be my son sitting next to the Christmas tree with the glow of lights on his sweet face and blond hair.

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  152. ...a scavenger hunt ending in the vegetable crisper drawer of the 'fridge with plane tickets to hawaii there-i was 9. thanks!

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  153. i entered the osgs giveaway=thanks!

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  154. My favorite Christmas memory is when my daughters were young, I used to give them matching gifts and they would have to sit back-to-back while they opened them so one wouldn't spoil the surprise for the other. They loved that, and they are adults now and I sometimes still do this, and they still love it!!

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  155. I follow your blog via email notice.

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