Blog Candy


OK I couldn't wait til next week, I went searching and shopping for just the most wonderful blog candy I could find!! I had alot of fun picking out all the valentine goodies so I hope whoever wins this enjoys it as much as I enjoyed shopping for it!! Everyone has traditions this time of year so all you have to do to win this blog candy is leave a comment about your families tradition, or an exciting thing you do this time of year!! Our tradition is that everyone gets NEW P.J.'s for Christmas eve so that the pictures we take in the morning are all red,green, and Christmasy!!I will pick a winner Monday, Dec. 17 in the evening, lets say by 8p.m.!! You can only comment once and please don't forget to number you comment. Thanks and ENJOY!!
Blog candy includes: 8 pieces of DP,2 sheets of Doodlebug sugar paper, a roll of white organdy ribbon, a small scrapbook tin, doodlebug red rick rack, ruby red liquid pearls,bottle caps, heart brads, a stamp that says "sweet on you".

15 comments:

Jan Scholl said...

December 14 was my ?? birthday and I never celebrate it for a lot of reasons. I instead write a humongous check to Old Newsboys so local kids can have Christmas. That is the only way I celebrate anything this time of year. Well, I tried to tweak Santa's butt outside Hobby Lobby, but he was in a bad mood too, so I let him be. Maybe next weekend?

Cathy said...

Happy Birthday!!! Sweet celebration candy you are sharing with blogland. I would love to make one of these sweet scrapbook tin for 2008 Valentine's memories.
One tradition we love to do is get together one night and go cruisin for Christmas light displays.
Thanks for a chance.
cmeyers@hughes.net

Tejal said...

Happy Birthday! This is the season of birthdays...got 3 birthday's in the family. Even though I'm not a catholic, I love putting up the christmas tree. Decorating it and then running over to my friends place for some baked goodies (I suck at baking stuff).
Hope you have a great day!!
Tejal

Mandiannie said...

4. We sing Christmas carols before opening gifts on Christmas Eve. Yes, we open them Christmas eve. Christmas day is reserved for church services and celebrating the true meaning of Christmas.

Shannon Roberts said...

Hey Dawn!! How cool is your candy!! And I am comment #5 WOO HOO my lucky number!! Well, my families tradition is to read this Christmas book about The Reason For The Season!! And to celebrate Jesus's B-day!! All the while Santa's cookies are baking in the oven!! My boys luv it!! (I have 5, yikes) Shanabella!!

JenMarie said...

Happy Birthday to you!!! Mine's the 15th! It's a great birthday month!!
Actually, when I was younger I always got new pg's for Christmas too!! FUN!

Dawn said...

Happy Bday! from another Dawn Marie! Cookies are our big thing. The Italian Pizzelles and Ricotta cookies are now my job. I think I'm lucky #7. : )

I've got blog candy on my site too - check it out.

chinamomxtwo said...

Number 8 is great! ;-)
Our tradition is celebrating my daughter's birthday on Christmas Eve....when she was really little (will be 11 this year) she thought Santa came FOR her birthday ... like it was one of her gifts .LOL!

We'd love to win :)
Jeanne

colleen gallagher said...

Hey now--that's some great blog candy--red is my favorite color. My 5 year old had to share a family tradition in school, and he told the class about how we go to the "tree farm" each year to search and cut down our tree. Then he told them how it fell off the roof of the van last year on the way home...all 3 kids were yelling and crying, but we got it out of the ditch and it was fine!!

Wife2TJ said...

OMG this is the cutest blog candy!!! Thanks for sharing it with us!

My favorite holiday tradition is on Christmas eve we all get together and have dinner. One of the family members dresses up as Santa and hands out Christmas gifts to all the kids. It is so much fun to see the happiness on the little kids faces. We don't have as many little kids as we used to, but it is still a lot of fun!

Have a wonderful holiday! -Samantha

Linda SS said...

We just got back from one of my favorite traditions. We went to a living nativity with my 5 yr. old granddaughter and out looking at all the best Christmas light displays in our city. We had so much fun. The Living Nativity was extremely good and they even had real live 2-humped camels! I thought I might have to go to Iraq if I ever wanted to see those:)

Cindy Vernon said...

#12 What yummy candy! My favorite holiday tradition is the entire family getting together for dinner on Christmas eve. wE've been doing it for 30 years!

cassie said...

Isn't shopping fun??? ;) We always had new PJ's to open on Christmas Eve. Now that I'm married, one of my favorite traditions is the Swedish Meatballs my MIL makes for Christmas Eve! They are so yummy!

Angel Wilde said...

What a very cool tradition. I think I just may steal it! :-) We always listen to Chrismtas music while decorating the tree

Lilian said...

happy birthday!! our christmas tradition is to go to christmas eve worship at church... it's the most beautiful thing! :)