Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Bag Full O' Goodies Giveaway!!!

***GIVEAWAY CLOSED***

It's no secret around here... Christmas is my absolute favorite time of the year. I love decorating. I love Christmas carols. I love eggnog. I love wrapping gifts. And I especially love making people happy when I give presents!

I've been collecting a few of my favorite things for the past couple of weeks so I could compile a bag full of goodies to give away to you, my faithful readers!



This is what you will get if you win:

- A $10 Starbucks giftcard

- A Starbucks coffee ornament

- An OPI for Sephora nail polish in "And A Cherry On Top"

- A canister of Cranberry Joy Body Butter

- A double ruffle headband from {just.lovely.things}

- A bowband from {just.lovely.things}

- Two sweater ornaments

- A Martha Stewart paint sample in "Sea Glass", one of my favorite colors

- A cute reusable drawstring bag to put it all in!















***This is not a sponsored giveaway. Everything seen here was made or purchased by me! So you must be a public follower of Pink Stitches to participate in this giveaway!!***

So what do you have to do to win??

Mandatory Entry:

-Leave me a comment telling me your favorite Christmas memory. I have so many wonderful Christmas memories... getting my first bike, setting up our first Christmas tree as newlyweds, the first/only time I ever saw snow (if we could actually call it that!) & ofcourse, every year gets better watching my son enjoy it as much as I do!

Additional entries:

- Like Pink Stitches on Facebook (1 entry)

- Blog, facebook, or tweet about this giveaway (up to 3 entries)


Please leave a comment for each entry and don't forget to include your email address if it's not available on your profile. I'll announce the winner next Tuesday, Dec. 13th. Good luck!

170 comments:

  1. My favorite memory is when my husband asked me to marry him. It was a happy surprise! I also have 3 kids ages 5 and under, so Christmas morning is always fun!!!!

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  2. Sorry, I forgot to mention my memory, so here I go again. =)

    You are so generous! I love Starbucks! Thank you so much for a chance to win...that bag is lovely too! =)

    One of my favorite memories is going to cut down a tree when I was pregnant with my daughter. Hubby teases me that I chose the cheaper tree just so I could get Domino's pizza...and he was right! =)

    Merry CHRISTmas! =)

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  3. My fav christmas memory is waking up in the morning and right away we opened out stockings. Then we called my grandma and grandpa and waited for them to come over to open the presents. We did this until I was 25!

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  4. my favourite christmas memory... well, when i was very young, i lived in nova scotia, and then we moved away. my fave memory is that first christmas we went back to NS to spend time with my grandmother!

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  5. I don't have one favorite memory. Since I became a mom, I think every Christmas morning is my favorite sice they react differently as they get bigger! :). Penelope is 4 this year and Adelaide is 3 so they will both be so excited!! I can't wait! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  6. My favorite memory of Christmas is one that got repeated each year. My grandparents had a nativity scene, each of us grandchildren got to take turns putting baby Jesus in the manager. There was something so special about taking that moment to remember what Christmas was really about, even if it wasn't your turn to place Him in the manager. As a family it was always a good moment, before the chaos started.

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  7. My favorite Christmas memory a few years ago, we had friends visiting from Italy, my whole family was together - it was incredible to all be together and so happy!

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  8. I am a follower ;)
    My favorite about Christmas isn't just ONE memory.
    My favorite is Christmas eve when the kids are in bed. It is usually late, and the hubs and I are on our magic mission. It makes me feel grateful and think back over all we have accomplished over the year. It makes me feel lucky that I can make Christmas happen for my kids.
    Awesome goodies. How fun!

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  9. my favorite so far when i was eight my mom got me a bunny! i was so surprised!

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  10. my favorite Christmas memory is the first one I had with my daughter....seeing Christmas through her eyes was the best present EVER! girlforgod27@aol.com

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  11. I am a fan ( like you ) on facebook
    girlforgod27@aol.com

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  12. one of my favorites memories is the first year my husband and I were married. I was from a big family and missed the hub-bub and he invited everyone as a surprise for me over for breakfast! he had Santa gifts for everyone! thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  13. You shut your mouth! This is amazing!! I can't believe all the goodies!! When I was young I used to tear the house apart the week before Christmas looking for all my gifts! I was a pro, and usually found them. We have a video of one Christmas where we just started looking at our gifts from Santa and my sister says "Katie, look at that game!" (It was a game for my Super Nintendo) I looked at her and just casually said "Yeah I know, I've already played that." Apparently my sneaky butt had already found, played, and repackaged the game! HA!

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  14. I like you on facebook (of course)! ;)

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  15. I blogged about your giveaway! Thanks for the awesomeness!!

    http://craptastickatie.blogspot.com/2011/12/im-guest-at-britts-apron-today-and-some.html

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  16. My favorite was spending Christmas with family in Montana. It was definitely a white christmas!

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  17. I have lots of happy memories from Christmas because it is my absolute favorite time of year! But one of my favorites is the year we put our tree upstairs instead of downstairs next to the fireplace and my daughter was worried Santa wouldn't be able to find the tree so she put arrows from the fireplace all the way to the tree to help him find it. My husband made some footprints with his work boots on the signs and we dropped some tinsel here and there and in the morning her jaw dropped when she saw them and kept repeating "he was here, Santa really was here...." :)

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  18. I "like" Pink Stitches on FB :)

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  19. Great give a way! I love all the memories of Christmas morning when my children were small. Just not the same now that they are grown, but I do love having them all come home for Christmas and our whole family being together

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  20. I am now a follower!
    My favorite Christmas memory is the year of the mashed potato fling. My brother got sassy with me and I threatened to fling potatoes at him. He didn't think I would, but I did. We didn't find where they went until it was time to open gifts. The mashed potatoes were lying right on top of his present!
    I am looking to the memories to be made starting this Christmas, as my daughter is almost 17 months old and will be so fun to watch!

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  21. How can you part with such goodness? You're a better woman than I.

    My favorite Christmas memory was a yearly tradition in my family. Every Christmas morning my mom would rush downstairs before us and turn the music on, turn on the tree lights and haul out the crown roll (an old fashion monkey bread). She made it special for us. And now I do the same for my family. I've since switched out the crown roll for Cinnabon. Yummy.

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  22. Just shared about it on Facebook too.

    fuzzy305@yahoo.com

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  23. What a wonderful package of goodies!

    While not fun my clearest Christmas memory is the Christmas I broke my ankle. I was 9 and my parents got me a new bike. They put a ball of yarn under the tree and I had to follow it, I was so excited that I tripped over the yarn and ended up in the emergency room.

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  24. I think one of my favorite Christmas memories has to be my daughter's first Christmas and it snowed about 2 feet and it was a glorious winter wonderland!

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  25. My favorite memory is spending time with the family. We do not get to see eachother that much and it is nice to catch up and eat good food.

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  26. I've had a lot of wonderful Christmas's but, the one standing out most to me right now is having it alone for the 1st time, just me and my little family last year. I was dreading it, but it ended up being so wonderful! I loved spending it w/ my 2 little guys and hubby!

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  27. this is SO much fun, Bonnie!! I am absolutely in LOVE with Christmas...and I just love remembering waking up "illegally" on Christmas morning at 4:30 so we could watch Home Alone before we opened up stockings on my parents bed...and we still do this :)

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  28. I'm so happy you're on FB...I officially "like" you on FB now!! :)

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  29. My husband and I got married the week before Christmas so our first Christmas was right at the beginning. On our second Christmas, he gave me a scrapbook of our first year together. He had gotten up in the middle of the night to work on it for weeks and had even gone and bought all the supplies by himself. It was such a sweet gift.

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  30. oh bonnie! what a fun giveaway! my favorite memory... i love cutting down our tree every year. this year was especially awesome, both kids eating snow. hilarious!

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  31. my favorite memories started when we started having our own kids. They make not only Christmas day but the whole season so fun :)

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  32. my favorite christmas memory is getting engaged on christmas!
    littlegray88 at yahoo dot com

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  33. I like you on fb
    littlegray88 at yahoo dot com

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  34. My favorite Christmas memory is cutting down the tree!

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  35. I liked Pink Stitches on Facebook

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  36. I love so m any things about Christmas!! One of my favorite memories is watching Charlie Brown and Garfield Christmas specials. I have them both on DVD and they always make me tear up. I guess they remind me of my childhood Christmases. (it's a happy cry!
    Kathy
    kthyhddck@yahoo.com

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  37. One year, when I was little, like maybe 5 or so, I woke up, and I swear I heard our front door slamming. I ran out to the living room, and Santa had brought presents. It was amazing. I flipped out and woke up the rest of the house and told them all about hearing Santa leaving and the new bikes under the tree for my sister and I.

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  38. Oh, it is hard to pick just one. I really love the holidays. but one of my favorites was the year my husband proposed and there was a diamond ring in the bottom of my stocking, so it ended up being the last gift I found. I was stunned and amazed and of course I said YES!

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  39. My favorite memory is when I was young making christmas cookies with my mom and grandma! I share that memory with my daughter now (just the two of us, now) and the yearly picking of a new ornament for each child.

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  40. Every year we would all spend the night at my grandparents house, all the aunts & uncles & cousins... so many special memories of those nights!

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  41. I would have to say my boys (twins) first Christmas. It was neat to watch how they reacted to setting up the Christmas tree and they were mesmerized by the lights. It was also challenging to keep putting the ornaments back on the tree after they took the lower ones off. :)

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  42. I like Pink Stitches on facebook!

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  43. My favorite Christmas memory was created the year that I was 10 years old and we drove to Colorado (we lived in California) to spend the holiday with my Aunt & Uncle who had just moved there. We gave my cousin a sled shaped like a snowmobile for Christmas, so, of course we all had to test it out. That wasn't my first sledding trip, we had visited the mountains before, but it was definitely the most fun. After that day, the sled was always affectionately referred to as Black Death - it was painted black and nobody could manage to get down the hill while remaining on the sled. I'm 35 now and my Aunt & Uncle still have Black Death.

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  44. I'm a Facebook fan of Pink Stitches. My FB name is Kasee Jones Johnson.

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  45. one of my favorite christmas times was when we had a hand made christmas. i am the oldest of 7 kids and my mom and dad are very handy. they made wooden puzzles, doll beds, building blocks and so much more. my mom made use the prettiest clothes. they took an old picnic basket that was my grandmothers and turned into an art basket for me. i had that basket forever. we all still talk about that christmas!! just loved it!!!

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  46. just liked on facebook!!! just so very awesome!!

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  47. My favorite Christmas memory was when my husband was still only my fiance and lived with a guy friend of ours who was also engaged. The four of us combined all of our lights, ornaments, etc. and decked out the boys'apartment. It was such a fun night!

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  48. I posted the giveaway on my facebook page too!

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  49. My favorite Christmas memory will always be when I was unemployed one year and was only getting one or two day jobs at a staffing agency and completely broke. My daughter grows like a weed and was outgrowing all her clothes. We lived in Colorado so winters are pretty bad there! A friend of mine heard about it and got her friends at church together and they surprised me with gift cards. I will never forget the generosity from them and still to this day I get choked up with happy thoughts to know there are good people out there still! This year I was able to pay it forward to a friend of mine who is going through the same thing, and it feels great to really give to someone and make their family happy( and most of all warm in Colorado)
    email is nvphotography@gmail.com

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  50. What a great giveaway! One of my favorite memories has got to be when we had a white Christmas! It was 9 years ago in Houston, although I think Laredo actually got more snow than we did!

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  51. I put it on my just stitch page!

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  52. I was 8 years old living on a farm and just after breakfast on Christmas morning my Dad called us outside and to our surprise there was a fat little pony waiting for us with a big bow on her saddle!

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  53. My favorite memory of Christmas is every year we would go out driving around on Christmas Eve to look at all the lights. Then when we got home, we opened up our Christmas PJ's to wear that night. It is something that I have kept with my own kids.

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  54. I am already liked to on FB, like forever ago. hehe

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  55. Yay goody bag I'm excited! I have sooo many great Christmas memories but one of my best recent ones was spending it in Ireland

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  56. And I like you on Facebook, plus I shared this :-)

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  57. One year we moved from Florida to Odessa, Texas over the Christmas holidays. I must have been six and my younger siblings were four and five. It was long before the days of IPods, VCR's and Gameboys. So it was a very long boring trip. I remember being very worried that Santa Claus wouldn't know where we were because it was taking two days and two nights to move. My Mom assured us that he would know how to find us. I truly wanted to believe her but I had little faith. We were still traveling on Christmas Eve and for entertainment my siblings and I took turns laying under the back window looking for Santa and his sleigh in the big Texas sky. Of course we saw Santa in the sky everywhere! We stopped for the night at a hotel on the side of the road. And lo and behold when we woke up the next morning, Santa Claus had found us! Baby Dolls, GI Joes, etc. We were delighted!! I felt such joy and awe over the gifts as well as the fact that Santa Claus knew how to find me! I don't know how my parents managed to hide the gifts from us on such a long trip. Or how they were able to set up for Santa in the hotel room without waking the three sleeping tots in the next bed. But it's by far one of my favorite memories, seen through the eyes of a six year old.

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  58. This Christmas has been my favorite by far. My son is 2 now and we are doing an advent calender and Elf on a shelf. I know he doesn't quite understand all of it yet but we are having so much fun! The other night he had his very first cup of cocoa and he drank it out of a straw in front of the Christmas tree. He sucked it all down without having his lips leave the straw once. I love that boy!

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  59. When my fiance proposed to me, our first christmas as a family and so much more.

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  60. OO I will always treasure waking up and grabbing our stockings!!! Now filling the kids' stockings and watching Emma open hers is so exciting!!

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  61. My favorite Christmas memory is when my husband proposed to me up at Diamond Head lookout. He had my mom watch my 3 kids (I was a single mom), we brought our gift to open from eachother. Right before midnight, he prayed and then had me open my gift. It was one cereal box and inside was 4 gifts, one was a little red box. As soon as I opened it, he got down on his knee and proposed!!! It was a beautiful engagement ring! Here we are going to celebrate the anniversary of our engagement 15 years later. =)

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  62. I have lots of favorite Christmas memories but I remember one year I surprised my husband and got him a Saint's shirt and had some of the players autograph it! He was blown away! Saints is his FAVORITE team of all time! Well, them and LSU. (:

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  63. Thanks for the opportunity! I LOVE that Circa 1934 print :)

    My favorite Christmas memory is a few years ago when both of my great grandparents were still alive, it was our last Xmas with all of us together. :)

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  64. My favorite memory is going to my grandparents house as a kid and walking in the door, seeing the tree with all the presents under it, and smelling Christmas dinner cooking. It was magical.

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  65. I like Pink Stitches on Facebook.

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  66. Shared on Facebook!

    https://www.facebook.com/littlemissnerdgirl/posts/209256232488581

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  67. Shared on Twitter!

    https://twitter.com/#!/lilmissnerdgirl/status/145521716695797760

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  68. My favorite christmas memory would have to be when i was little and i'd sneak down and try to figure out what santa got me :)

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  69. I have so many memories but my favorite is doing scavenger hunts for my Christmas presents each year :)

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  70. I tweeted this giveaway

    http://twitter.com/#!/ThePoshDaisy11/status/145589521772322816

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  71. I shared on FB.

    http://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=317161561641883&id=100002764831106

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  72. My favorite memories were with my dad who is not with us now. He loved life and especially Christmas and he loved his family and friends!

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  73. I remember when I was maybe 4 or 5 coming down the stairs to see a multi- level barbie dream home!!! I remember screaming and just staring at it!!
    Aseeley60@yahoo.com

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  74. Every year we use to go to one of my dads sisters place for lunch. So we had heaps of aunts uncles and cousins to see. Then we all would have to go home and milk the cows....lol. For 18yrs we done it. Unfortunately not anymore as everyone has grown up

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  75. I follow your awesome blog!! Two years ago we were preggers with our first baby girl and we were living in WI while our fam was on the West Coast. We skyped all together that night and it was truly magical how technology allowed us to all be together. Thanks for the sweet giveaway!!

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  76. what a wonderful bag of goodies! squeal! fav memory is my last spent with my mama before she passed away - what a loving, warm, wonderful time we got to visit and chat and eat and BE!

    www.northerncottage.blogspot.com

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  77. my favorite christmas memory is with my in-laws...we had matching pjs and there was so much love and just giddy fun!
    lalalawrence@hotmail.com

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  78. My favorite Christmas memory is when my eldest son was old enough to understand about Santa and Christmas--he was so excited! It was great to experience Christmas though his eyes!

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  79. What a great giveawa! My favorite Christmas Memory is when both boys were younger and the first year they both truly understood what Christmas is. They were so excited about everything and it's fabulous to see Christmas through the eyes of a little kid.

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  80. My favorite Christmas memory was last year-- it was my daughter's first Christmas. I know she won't remember it and we probably didn't need to go all out like we did, but it was the beginning of lots of fun traditions with her. :)

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  81. I like Pink Stitches on Facebook :)

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  82. I tweeted this giveaway >> https://twitter.com/#!/chellywelly1/status/146261500556873729

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  83. My fav Christmas memory is laying under the Christmas tree in the dark, with just the tree lights on with my brother after dinner. We would run out there and just lay down and talk, listen to Christmas music while my parents cleaned up. Love thinking about that...

    What a fab giveaway...you had me at "starbucks"...thanks for the chance.

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  84. Brand new follower-came over via SMS Giveaway Day. I love your drawstring pouch fabrics! I've been whipping up a bunch for Christmas wrapping. Favorite Christmas memory is my dad "dressing up like Santa" (stuffed plaid, flannel shirt, and faux beard!) and handing out pre-Christmas stuffed animals :) Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  85. my favorite Christmas memory is my husband proposing to me on Christmas Eve with our families and friends all around us-- such a wonderful night!

    Thanks for hosting this give-away!

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  86. My favorite childhood memories are the Christmas Eve parties at my grandmother's house. She was very active in local and national politics so it was not unusual to have a house full of senators, judges, and attorneys. I had no clue who they were at the time so that did not impress me. I just got excited because the women wore beautiful Marilyn Monroe style dresses and the men were so handsome in their bespoke jackets. The peppermints and hors d'oerves that they handed me were wonderful treats and I was allowed to bring cocktails from the butler's passthrough in my grandfather's library to the adults. On the way home we would crowd the rear window of the family station wagon looking for the holiday lights and dreaming of when we would be able to wear lovely gowns and fancy jewelry.

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  87. My parents would often trick us with parts of our gifts. For example, they might wrap an electronic gift's adapter separately. We would open the clue gift first and try to figure out what the 'real' gift was. A lot of fun!

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  88. One of my favorite memories is my mom's coffee cake. She makes it only for Christmas and it is SOOOOO good!

    allison1110@gmail.com

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  89. I love the whole cinnamon/apple/spice type smell family. I think I have to go light a candle now.

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  90. It's certainly not unique, but my favorite Christmas smell must be a cut pine tree. I always got so excited when we brought it home that my mom and dad would let me sleep under it some nights, just so that I could fall asleep looking up into the lighted branches! :)

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  91. Giveaway Facebooked as well. :) (poorrobin)

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  92. that's a tough nut - there are so many memories. But I would say the christmas I was for the first time given full responisbility for putting up and decorating the tree. I felt soooo grown up ...

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  93. The first year we were married, I was really sick, and away from home for the first time during the holidays. I was in grad school, my husband teaching high school, and there wasn't any money in the budget for a Christmas tree. My sweetie went out for groceries one afternoon and came home with a six-foot tree and all the trimmings. Still one of the most beautiful memories I have.

    Thanks for the opportunity to enter, and happy holidays to you!

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  94. I loved our first christmas together! And the sweet gifts we exchanged!

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  95. My favorite memory is sitting on the floor gazing at the tree,

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  96. My favorite Christmas memory was eleven years ago....I was getting ready for my wedding to be held exactly one week later on New Year's Eve and my fiance flew in on THAT day! It was wonderful! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  97. My folks always made Christmas special...and still do so I have nothing but FAVORITE memories of Christmas! Its the most wonderful time of the year!! Thanks again for the great gives!! :)

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  98. My favorite Christmas memory was taking my first born home from the hospital Christmas Eve. I had asked Santa for a baby girl the year before!

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  99. Is there even such a thing as A favorite Christmas memory? One of my top memories was when I was in 6th grade we surprised our family in Tennessee by flying my sister, my mom, and myself there and knocking on their door days before Christmas. Needless to say they were very surprised and we were able to spend our first Christmas together in years.

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  100. My favorite Christmas memory is the year when my brother ate a whole pie by himself. He was 7.
    dramallama56(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  101. My favorite memory is when I received a doll for Christmas and a suitcase full of doll clothes my Mom made. Loved it!

    This has got to be one of the Nicest Give Aways I have seen in a long time~

    Huggs, Nancy

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  102. my fav christmas memory is spending my first christmas with my (now) husband in iraq! for being in such a crappy place, we decorated our rooms and exchanged christmas presents - he made it amazingly special!

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  103. My strongest memory is opening gifts in my pajamas. We used to all stay in our pajamas just to open gifts. As a kid, I loved it!

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  104. I am a New Follower and tweeted your Give Away~

    Huggs, Nancy

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  105. My favorite Christmas memory is going out to the woods to find a tree then bringing it back to decorate while drinking hot cocoa.

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  106. Two years ago, my stepfather asked me to go with him to look at rings for my mom the night before Christmas. When we had found the perfect ring, he told me to keep it a secret so I did. But came Christmas Eve morning, my mother came to me and gushed about her ring and how he proposed! My stepfather is horrible at keeping secrets to himself, he was just too excited and barely couldn't hold it in let alone a night. It was the best Christmas I had.

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  107. Oh how fun! Christmas is my FAVORITE time of year! I have so many wonderful memories all related to this holiday season. I think my favorite was from my first married Christmas - it was so exciting and special to shop with my hubby for Christmas decorations for *our* house, and decorate our tree. I remember who proud and excited we were to select our tree :)

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  108. One of my favorite Christmas memories is baking Christmas cookies and decorating them. Red sugar always gets gory with the gingerbread men... ;-)

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  109. My favorite Christmas memory from childhood would have to be baking cookies at my grandmas house and dragging a chair under the mistletoe to grab my grandpa when he walked through! My favorite recent memory would have to be seeing the look on my sons face when he opened his Buzz Lightyear last year. It was the first time he really understood what presents were and he was so so happy!

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  110. My favorite holiday memory is having Christmas at my grandparents house when I was 5 years old. It was our last Christmas before moving overseas. All our family was together and it was super snowy and traditional.

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  111. I don't have a particular Christmas memory, but I have loved this year watching my son (just turned 2) who is starting to understand and get excited. He will go over to the tree, pet it, and say "pretty Christmas tree".
    mindfulhome at gmail dot com

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  112. My favorite Christmas memory is the first christmas we were married - our apartment was so small our tree was only one foot high!
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  113. you had me at starbucks! fave memory - two years ago, when our son was 3, and his excitement. santa brought him a bike!

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  114. I love that headband! I've been looking for something just like that.

    My favorite memory is of my sisters and I getting up after Santa had already come, and setting up a surprise Christmas Train around the tree for my Dad! I was so awesome to surprise both my parents. : )

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  115. I liked Pink Stitched on facebook! Giveaways, adorable stuff, great blog, whats not to like!

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  116. Wow! Thanks for the generosity! My favorite memory is that every christmas from my childhood the whole family (my mom is one of 7) would come to our house, which was also the house most of them had grown up in. Now that everyone is married with kids we don't do this anymore.

    erikaahaj at verizon.net

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  117. My favourite Christmas memory is making snow angels with my little girl last year x

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  118. So generous - my favorite memory is making sugar cookies with my mom and sisters. Thanks for the chance to win! ryansarahn at gmail dot com

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  119. My favorite scent is those cinnamon pinecones at this time of year they smell just like home.

    jana ddeaver@cox.net

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  120. I am a facebook fan

    Jana ddeaver@cox.net

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  121. My favorite memory is baking cookies with my grandparents. :)

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  122. I "liked" and recommended you on fb. Glad to have found you, great site!

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  123. When I was a senior in high school, I was going through my stocking when I pulled out a key on a keychain...my parents had gotten me a black sports car! WHAT?! Yeah, it was AWESOME!

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