Wednesday, December 03, 2014

Christmas Cheer...and a little Blog Candy!

We are a few days into December and the holidays are in full swing. Before we know it, Christmas day will be upon us.

 Lisa and I wanted to help spread some holiday cheer by offering up some blog candy.  Here are all the digital goodies up for grabs.



  • One person will receive the full mini kit.
  • One person will receive both paper sets (patterned and textured).
  • One person will receive the word art set.
  • One person will receive all three element sets (frames, lace/ribbons, brads).



  • One person will receive all twelve papers that were offered up during the 2014 season of the link up PLUS two bonus papers.



  • One person will receive the Happy Holidays word art set.
  • One person will receive the White Christmas word art set.


That is a total of seven prizes up for grabs!

Now, to qualify for the blog candy, we ask if you are not already a follower, that you do become one through Google Friends Connect (your little picture shows me you have linked up.) Also, we would love it if you put our badge on your sidebar, label it Blog Candy and link back here to this post so more people can join in on the fun.

The final thing we'd like you to do is to leave us a comment letting us know what your favourite holiday tradition is.  As a special treat, anyone who does link up and leaves us a comment by December 31st will get the following digital paper...

So, in summary, to qualify to receive any of the prizes offered up, you must:
  1. Be or become a Follower of this blog through Google Friends Connect.
  2. Add the candy badge to your sidebar.
  3. Leave us a comment letting us know your favourite holiday tradition.
  4. Link up through the Inlinkz feature below.
Easy, Peasy, right!

We will post the winners of the blog candy on Thursday, January 8th, at 6:00 PM.

Happy Holiday!

Link Up below:


Aurora said...

Ok, I'm first! My favourite Christmas tradition is a family meeting that we make in Christmas morning, with all my relatives on my Dad's side. so here is my Granddad's bothers, my Dad's sisters and cousins, my first and second cousins and all the childs that have come after that. About a 100 Marco get togheter to celebrate! LOL
Good luck in you new blog.

KT Fit Kitty said...

Thank you for the wonderful candy! My favourite tradition is on Boxing Day our whole family gets together (my parents, brothers, their wives, my nieces and nephews) and we have a big dinner and gift-opening at my brother`s house. It`s a lot of fun and it`s the only day that we`re all together in one spot so we really look forward to it. Happy Holidays to you!

Unknown said...

Mi tradición favorita es la cena de navidad con toda mi familia.

Unknown said...

Hi Lisa and Monica, thank you for the chance to win some fabby blog candy, I have become a follower and also following on bloglovin, so that I never miss a post. Have shared on my blog also..

Our families Christmas Tradition is to put the Tree up on 13th December and bring it back down on 6th January, I have done this since a child, whilst putting the tree up, we open a huge tub of chocolates and play Christmas Songs...

Thanks again ladies and have a lovely Festive time, hugs xxx

Bad Kitty said...

thank you for wonderful candy!
I grew up in a very modest family we did not have some tradition at Christmas.
now when I have my family I made my tradition.
Every year we go into the wood for a Christmas tree.
daughter and I love the most when snow falls then go for tree but my husband dos not like snow..
when we come home we put tree in the living room,put on tree decorations and daughter and I then make some cookies.
this is our tradition..

2amscrapper said...

My fave tradition is making pierogi for our Christmas Eve supper. I learned how to make them from my mom who learned from her mom. I have done all 4 prompts for the blog candy. I even did a blog post about it which you can find here:

terrie said...

My favorite time is putting out the "creche" (the stable). When my daughters were younger each had a turn to hide Baby Jesus and the next one had to find it...each day it got closer and closer to the creche until Christmas Day then we sang Happy Birthday to Jesus...
Today my daughters have their own family and now the grand-children are doing the same finding Baby Jesus, I hear my grnad-children talking about Baby Jesus and where they found's so nice that my daughters carried the same traditions with their children...Fond memories!

Pat said...

Thanks for the faboo blog candy offered this month! I am now a follower and have placed your badge on my blog. Looking forward to a new year with you! One of our family Christmas traditions started before my sisters and I had kids. It started innocently enough when my dad invited us to have mimosas with our Christmas cookies while we opened our stocking presents. We enjoyed that so much the next year we skipped the OJ and just drank champagne. By the third year we were toasting silly things like "Mom finished opening her stocking presents" or "Pat ate the last of her cookies." We don't have a lot of memories of that year. we were pretty much squiffed by the time we had to go to my Gram's for Christmas dinner. After that year, the Orange Juice came back to the tradition, and we don't go overboard (espoecially now that we all have kids and grandkids).

Desire Fourie said...

What scrumptious blog candy up for offer here from the oh so generous Lisa - thank you for the opportunity. My favourite Christmas tradition is wearing fun Christmas head gear and taking lots of fun family photos wearing them and creation scrapbook pages afterwards to make the precious memories last for generations.
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Ellis said...

My favorite is sitting by the tree and giving out Christmas gifts to my family, eating candy and having a nice time! =)
Hugs, Elenor

Gail said...

Thank you for the opportunity to win a prize on your blog candy give-away - congrats to all of the DT members too! My favorite tradition with my son and his family is our Christmas breakfast of home waffles - real Maple Syrup, eggs, chocolate milk, coffee, and sometimes cinnamon rolls. Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year! I have your blog badge give-away on my blog and I am a follower - Merry Christmas!

Iris said...

My favorite Christmas tradition is trimming the tree.
I follow you with Google Friend Connect.
I posted your candy on my sidebar.

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