Monday, November 28, 2011

Giveaway!!


Happy Monday morning!! I have a spot to give away in Rahel Menig's new class that will be featured at Blue Moon Studio Online!!  This class starts on December 1st and it looks like it will be a lot of fun! I love Rahel's clean and fresh approach to scrapbooking - I'm sure her book is a beauty!  Just leave me a comment by 8:00PM Central Time on Wednesday, November 30th, and I will pick a random winner! In your comment, make sure to mention whether or not you have a certain Christmas Eve tradition! My husband and I always have a special meal at a great Italian restaurant in Pensacola on Christmas Eve and then go see a movie! This year, the movie will probably be "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo"!! So, leave a comment and I'll pick a winner and post it here on Thursday!

**COMMENTS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THIS GIVEAWAY**

15 comments:

Maria said...

Hi there!! I love Rahel`s style as well!! I am from Germany, on Christmas Eve we are with our family and unwrapp the gifts!! Normally we are with my family first and go to my husbands family afterwards. This year we don´t need to rush, we´re just with my family since his is celebrating someplce else!! :)

Margie said...

Christmas eve in my family, the kids open pjs, we sit around and watch movies, then an early bedtime so santa can come!

marcy said...

We always go to my inlaws for Christmas Eve.

Lisa said...

oh, I'm so in love with this class - what a great giveaway! Here in Germany, Christmas Eve is the main event and when we do the whole traditional thing the tree will be decorated in the afternoon and when we wait to hear the bells chime so that we can go in and see it for the first time. Then we sing carols round the tree, exchange gifts and have a big family dinner. it's different from how we celebrate in the UK so it's nice that I get to do both from year to year ;-)

Mom Cheryl said...

When I was a kid...we used to stay up until 12am (technically Christmas Day) and open all our presents. We were sneaky that way. Now, we make our son wait until the morning of Christmas Day. Love to win this giveaway. It looks like a great class.

Melinda said...

Our Christmas Eve tradition is baking cookies for Santa, watching a movie and wearing new pjs! Looks like a fun class to take! Thanks for the chance!

scrappylikethat said...

Wow! Such a cool giveaway! I am a fan on Rahel's work & vids. Thanks for this chance.

scrappylikethat said...

oh! I forgot to mention my Christmas Eve tradition. That night, my family gets together, eat, sing karaoke, watch old home vids from previous Christmases, play games and rent movies. And then we eat some more. It's our time to relax together and have fun.

The Constant Scrapper said...

That looks like a GREAT class! Thanks for the giveaway. Our Christmas Eve tradition is to have a nice dinner together and finish up any last-minute wrapping and stocking stuffing that's needed. Then we start a fire, put on our jammies and one of us reads a Christmas story (a different one each year). It's lovely.

Carolyn Kropp said...

This class looks great! On Christmas eve it is a meal with family and one gift. Wonderful times!

Wendy said...

My boyfriend is an artist. I am a long-time crafter. On this, our first Christmas eve together, we will exchange pieces of art. We've chosen to do so because we are saving money for a trip to China in August. I hope this will become a tradition--to do away with conventional gifts and instead to pool the money we would have spent toward travel!

K13 said...

Not sure it's really a tradition anymore..but when I was younger (and more importantly, my mom was younger), we went to Midnight Mass, which even though technically it is no longer Christmas Eve, we did have to get there by 11:15pm to get a seat. I was usually allowed to open one present on Christmas Eve....looks like it's time to make some new traditions with Ethan. :)

danielle said...

Our Xmas eve tradition is(when we're with extended family) my mom has a big party. At home when it's just the 4 of us, we all get to pick our fave foods and we make individual dinners, watch Xmas movies, play games and drink hot cocoa.

AllyW said...

I love Rahels work!! Great giveaway! Our Christmas Eve tradition is that i make cookies to leave out for Santa...still (my boys are 19 & 16 now:) and we stay home that evening and make a big fancy dinner just for ourselves. And we don't open any presents until Christmas morning. Drives my boys nuts!

Anonymous said...

This is such a pretty looking class! Thanks for the chance to win! ~Pidge