$700 in 5 prizes for this Christmas Giveaway

I have got some great holiday giveaways and this one is called                                       Whatcha Want Christmas Giveaway!

Hosted by: Jenn’s Blah Blah Blog, Dishin With Rebelle, and, Contest for That.

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Sponsored by:  Pink Ninja MediaMaggies BagsBall + Chain, and About Aloha Vintage Jewels

 

 These are the great prizes that are being offered:

  1. $250 Winner’s Choice – Anything you want valued up to $250 (shipping must be included in amount final prize amount of $250)
  2. $200 Winner’s Choice to Maggie Bags - Winner chooses any product from Maggie Bags valued up to $200.
  3. $100 Winner’s Choice to Maggie Bags – Winner Chooses any product from Maggie Bags valued up to $100.
  4. $50 Winner’s Choice to Aloha Vintage Jewels – Winner chooses anything from Aloah Vintage Jewels valued up to $50.
  5. $50 Amazon Gift Card – Winner will have additional choices depending upon where winner lives.

Giveaway will run from 11/10/12 at 12:01am EST till 12/11/2012 at 12:01am EST. Must be 18 or older to enter, and event is open Worldwide.

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The following blogs have come together and helped make this event possible, a special thanks to:

Pink Ninja Blogger, A Medic’s World, Swank Savings, Vero’s ViewMukhang PeraLife: Full of Unexpected Happiness, My ReCe’s PiecesWhat’s Up? – Contests, Giveaways and Everything NiceAunt Maggie Rocks, Sister’s Saving Cents, The Frugal Free GalBlogShopWin, , Simply Shawn & Jenn, and Diva Fabulosa

 

Disclosure: I was not compensated in any way for this event, nor am I responsible for shipping prize to winner.

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Comments

  1. Lisa F. says

    I fondly remember Christmas Eve dinner at my one grandma’s place. It was almost ritualistic, which was soothing. I miss that.

  2. Angela Cash says

    My favorite thing about Christmas is spending time with family and seeing friends from my hometown. Also, lots of amazing food!

  3. Myra R says

    my favorite things about xmas are decorating, family, all the pretty lights, every year there are a couple traditions that i always look forward too. christmas means alot to me and my family. its the one time of year where we put all our differences aside to spend quality time with one another. We always watch the original rudolph the red nosed reindeer and we just added elf to the list of movies we watch cause its one that the whole family really enjoys!

  4. Myra R says

    one of my favorite memories is i remember my best friend told me when i was younger that santa isnt real and your parents are “santa” and my dad and mom would go all out on xmas cause it was our families favorite time of year so they were a little upset that i was gunna stop believing in santa so that year my dad dressed up as santa on xmas eve then on xmas morning when i woke up there were big white book prints on the floor coming from our door (cause we didnt have a fireplace) and then out side there were “reindeer” hoofs on our roof and i remember i was soooo happy and excited so i told my mom to collect the white stuff that Santa boot print made cause i wanted to show my cousins that Santa came and i remember when we went for xmas dinner that night i was like “momma give me the baggie so i can show my cousins” and she handed me the baggie and it was empty and i was like ” what happened!?!” and my mom told me it was magical powder that as soon as it left the house it was found it in diss
    disappears. lol i still remember it to this day and if and when i ever have kids i will be doing this exact thing cause it brought me so much joy as a child.

  5. Myra R says

    every xmas eve we get 2gether at my moms house and we watch the original rudolph movie and on xmas day we always have dinner but before dinner we get 2gehter and watch xmas movies!:)

  6. Myra R says

    another memory i have is when i was younger 2 days before xmas we would make these ice candle holders and we would light them xmas eve so “santa could find our house” it made me so happy when i was younger.

  7. Myra R says

    i love that the family gets together and puts all their differences aside to just have a nice time and enjoy the food!:) every year it is my most favorite thing to have a nice dinner with family.

  8. Kim Barrett says

    I think ribbon candy is the prettiest thing! When I was a child, I only saw it pictured in books or on Christmas cards, but as an adult, I see it more and I make a point of buying a box to put out for guests. (Unless it’s cinnamon or lemon, I actually find it looks better than it tastes!)

  9. Kim Barrett says

    I like having candy canes on the Christmas tree. They give it a traditional look and I never seem to have to worry about taking them down with the rest of the decorations! (I like to melt one in my morning coffee and my husband eats them like…candy!)

  10. Kim Barrett says

    Two words: Spiced Ham! My Grandpa would make it every year (starting weeks before christmas) and it was delicious!

  11. Kim Barrett says

    Crafting, for me, has always been a part of Christmas. When I was little, I fashioned presents for all my stuffed toys out of ribbon and beads!

  12. Tara Liebing says

    Christmas is a great holiday to celebrate life and family. Me and my son love decorating the tree and house together and I love to bake goodies for my friends and family.

  13. Robin Quick says

    I love just that magical feeling you get as a child around Christmas. You get filled with more excitement as each day passes & gets closer to the big day. I loved going to bed on Christmas Eve & being so excited I couldnt go to sleep!

  14. Kim Barrett says

    Apple Cider and Egg Nog are fighting it out for “Favourite Holiday Drink”. Apple Cider has a bit of an edge right now, because heating it up makes the house smell delicious!

  15. Kim Barrett says

    When the kids were little, we used to buy a bag of “reindeer hay” from the local Girl Guides. It came with a packet of “magic” that we sprinkled on the hay after we scattered it so that Rudolf could find our house on Christmas Eve. The hay was always gone by morning, presumably eaten by Santa’s reindeer!

  16. carol roberts says

    we go to see all the lights and eat popcorn in the car i hate popcorn but love carmel popcorn that a great memory

  17. Kim Barrett says

    We go to my mum’s over the holidays where we eat and eat, and then she sends us home with her “extra” chocolates! Yumm!

  18. Kim Barrett says

    When I was a kid, Christmastime was when we’d do jigsaw puzzles or play board games with my Dad, and my Mum wouldn’t grumble (too much) about the mess!

  19. carol roberts says

    remember the dog chewed the paper off the present and everyone thought i actually did it still cant believe it it was funny

  20. Kim Barrett says

    If there’s enough snow, we like to make a family of snowmen and women to decorate the yard! (It’s especially fun if the snow cooperates on Christmas Eve after our family walk through the town!)

  21. Kim Barrett says

    I love wrapping gifts. I know my dad loved to do this, too, because, along with all the other gifts, there would be cans of dog food under the tree for the dog to unwrap!

  22. Kim Barrett says

    I love fruitcake and whenever I taste it -which is pretty frequently, because I work at a fruitcake bakery!- it reminds me of Christmas at home.

  23. carol roberts says

    i made christmas one yer when i was like 14 and the banna pudding wouldnt thicken i no it was so funny i put to much milk in and when i took to my maw maw she said u will get better in time it was so funny

  24. Kim Barrett says

    I get really nostalgic about Christmas specials on TV, especially the classics “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” and “A Charlie Brown Christmas”.

  25. Margot C says

    I remember waiting for Santa with my brother (now gone bless him) and falling asleep on the carpet in front of the mantle piece.

  26. says

    Christmas to me is getting to be with my family :) and seeing my kids smiles light up when they open their gifts. My most memorable Christmas gift…hard to choose I have two memories that come to mind. One year my mom had bought me a CD for Christmas that I had been wanting soooo bad, but there were two under the tree. I kept begging her to let me open one, she said okay and let me pick which one to open. She of course knew which one was the CD I wanted and of course made sure I didn’t pick that one. The one I opened she said was a bubblegum CD, I didn’t believe her lmao but it really was I was so mad at here that day (but not really). The next memorable gift was a tiny pink box I’d seen at a gas station one night when we were traveling back to Ohio from Kentucky after visiting my grandparents for Christmas. I asked for it of course and she said no…but Santa brought it for me :). I love my mommy. :)

  27. L. says

    My favorite Christmas thing was riding in the car with my brothers and sisters to see all the decorations that people put up.

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