Happy Giveaway Day from Persimon Dreams

I have about 2 seconds to catch your attention before you scroll down to see how you can win what I have to giveaway!  A friend of mine suggested my adorable daughter eating an apple while sitting on a quilt and holding an adorable kitten … I just couldn’t get that together in time.

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So I decided to go with this fabulous photo taken by Karmen Lindner Photography.  It was from a special challenge I hosted on my blog in 2015.  In February of this year, nearly 250 quilts made it to my house which we hung on a deer fence it our orchard.

If you decide that you want to follow along on this blog, facebook or instagram you’ll find that there will be lots of eye candy here – in the form of beautiful quilts and beautiful photography!

There will also be quilt challenges, inspiration, fun recipes and more shared!

The whole show

The eighth season of Project QUILTING starts on January 1st – lots of inspiration lots of fun, and yeah – LOTS of prizes! 

I’m working on a fun new quilt along for the new year … details still to come.

Alright… enough about this blog!  Let’s see what I’m GIVING AWAY this week!…

WHAT CAN YOU WIN FROM PERSIMON DREAMS?

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One lucky randomly drawn person will win a “Olive’s Flower Market” charm pack, “Valley” mini charm pack, a “Friends in Wild Places” panel (it’s adorable!) and four spools Aurifil thread – 2370, 2850, 2930 and 4173!!!

I will ship internationally.

REQUIRED:  Easy – Just leave me a comment answering this question:
Be sure to include your email address so I’m able to contact you when you win!  If I can’t contact you I will choose a different winner.

Do you have a favorite ornament/craft project/baking that you do at the holidays?  Please share your traditions!

BONUS Entries  Leave a separate comment for each to gain extra entries

You can enter to win through Sunday, December 11th at 5pm PST.  Winner will be emailed by Wednesday, December 14th & prizes will be in the mail no later than Friday, December 16th.

Seriously – if you don’t leave your email address, I won’t be able to get ahold of you and you won’t get the prize … seriously!


And…now that you’ve entered my giveaway – head back to SewMamaSew and see what other blogger’s have to offer!!!

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443 comments:

  1. My (now grown up) son's and their wives decorate the Christmas cake on Christmas Eve. We have had Elvis Santa's and Game of Thrones banners from shareware, traditional it certainly isn't but they have been doing it since they were little.

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  2. I love making fresh wreaths each Christmas from local greens for front door.

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  3. I make caramel popcorn with pecans and cashews for the neighbors.

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  4. I follow you on Instagram, @notqnot .

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  5. I bake cookies, chocolate truffles and Italian sugar and almond candy to give to my son's school and some of my favorite people for the Christmas season. It started when my son was 1 or 2, I made cookies to thank everyone that was so loving and caring to my son. He really enjoyed visiting the library, bank, neighbors ... and giving them something he helped making. Thanks for making me stop and reminisce, he's 17 now and we recently finished college applications, time flies way too fast. Merry! Merry! Toni Anne

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  6. My baking always includes homemade fudge! Awesome giveaway!

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  7. I follow via IG @QuiltedBlooms

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  8. We make a million batches of Blondies and give them away. It's a baking madhouse each time. I also try to made a new ornament each year. This is is was fabric pinecones, turned out pretty good. Thanks for the giveaways, grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  9. I bake and old family recipe '3-day buns'! Which basically means: start them the night before, bake them the next day and by the third day...they are gone!

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  10. I follow your IG feed and commented on your huge tree! I really missed the smell of a fresh tree. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  11. Said "hi" on FB. Love all your photos. grinnie1961 at gmail dot com

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  12. Christmas Eve at our house is always rice pudding. There is one almond hidden in the pudding. Whoever gets the almond get the prize (usually chocolate)! Thanks, dlkrist@aol.com

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  13. Rather than the fuss of making gingerbread, I make old fashioned molasses cookies. Softer, easier to make, but lots of flavor. Perfect on a cold winter morning with a cup of hot coffee!

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  14. I like/follow Persimon Dreams on Facebook. Thanks, dlkrist@aol.com

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  15. Favorite holiday stitching project is making quilted ornaments...stash buster!
    Baking bars w/coconut, any recipe with it. Thankyou.

    bluestarof2(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  16. I like/follow Project QUILTING on Facebook. Thanks, dlkrist@aol.com

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  17. I have a favorite ornament that I really love. It is a sewing machine with a little mouse sitting on it. My daughter gave it to me a long time ago and I always look forward to getting it out to decorate the tree. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  18. Left you a note on FB

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  19. LIked Project Quilting on FB too! Thankyou.

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  20. I already follow Project Quilting on Facebook.

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  21. Pecan pies are a favorite at Christmas time. The pecans are usually shelled at thanksgiving. I guess I could make pecan pies at other times of the year but it's not Christmas without one.

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  22. I followed and pinned on Pinterest (boxed in mini). Thanks, dlkrist@aol.com PS Wonderful portfolio collection!

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  23. Our family traditions include: decorating a real tree, setting up my Dogtivity, hanging a Will Moses "Christmas Moon" print, baking savory Cheese Wafers for snacking, driving to the cathedral in Montreal for Christmas Lessons and Carols.

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  24. I am signed up for your newsletter too! Thanks, dlkrist@aol.com

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  25. I do quite a bit of baking: spritz, almond, shortbread, peanut butter balls, etc.

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  26. I like to change it up but I always do some kind of baking! This year is chocolate peanut butter.

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  27. This year Christmas has taken on a whole new life for us. It is our daughters first Christmas! Everything is new and exciting again. I have made her a brand new stocking already and been showing her how to bake. Yes she is only 5 months but never to early to learn! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  28. We bake cookies from two recipes that have passed through my husband's family from generation to generation. I have boys who have moved out but still come home to bake 'Grandma's cookies'.

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  29. Connected on instragram (cristinalovescrafts)

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  30. we have favorite cookies that are baked every year and a special coffee cake for Christmas morning.

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  31. Greetings for you on Facebook!

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  32. Following on Instagram. My favorite butter pecan shortbread cookies, dipped in good chocolate are familiar favorite. Can't wait to make them!

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  33. Following on Instagram. My favorite butter pecan shortbread cookies, dipped in good chocolate are familiar favorite. Can't wait to make them!

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  34. I finished up sewing stockings for our family this year, and they are definitely my favorite right now!

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  35. Getting together with my mom and my sister to make tons of Christmas cookies.

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  36. I always try to get my sons into crafting, love it when they do!

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  37. I bake cookies for my friends: various cookies and my (in)famous almond buttercrunch.

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  38. Always seem to make pot holders as gifts and candy cane cookies are a must at Christmas. lori.a.longpre@gmail.com

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  39. I love making ornaments as gifts for family and friends. Each year is something different....a paper embossed or origami, button and ribbon wreaths, beaded snowglakes, and embroidered felt has been my latest. It's so fun to give these away! Can't wait for Project Quilting this year! Looking forward to participating again! Thanks for the chance to win! smithsharon.67 @ gmail. com

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  40. I always like making wassail with my family - we drink gallons of the stuff :) squidlebees @ gmail. com

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  41. we always make "Nana's Christmas Coffee Cake" which is a braided bread with maraschino cherries and pecans ...

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  42. My family's favorite sweet treat at Christmas is a Raspberry Shortbread bar that I've been making for years. My son doesn't usually go for sweets (where does that come from???), but he loves these! duchick at gmail dot com

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  43. I am an IG follower and commented on your quilts hanging on the fence post! duchick at gmail dot com

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  44. Nuts & Bolts! Nowadays people call it Chex Mix but in our family this delicious concoction will always be called Nuts & Bolts. Although there are lots of real nuts in it, the original nuts were cherrios and the bolts were pretzels. I make 2 big roasters full every Christmas & send a tin full to my brothers & sisters.

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  45. I'm signed up for your newsletter, Kim!

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  46. I think most of our traditions revolve around food! We have a finger food decorating party, and pizza on Christmas Eve (for our birthday boy). We also love going to a Christmas Eve service at church and are looking forward to church on Christmas this year. :)

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  47. On Christmas Eve I prepare a pan of Overnight Caramel French Toast, then I get up early on Christmas morning to bake it. It's really sweet so we only have it once a year :D When the kids were little, they used to sleep under the Christmas tree the first night it went up :)

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  48. We make frosted cutout sugar cookies with a huge cookie cutter collection.

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  49. when the kids were growing up we would spend days baking cookies to give away. We would all sit down and make a list of the recipients. Then we would all go and give the cookies away. The children loved it. Now our daughter is in CA and our son is married for the last year and we are all trying to find something special that we can still do. So it is up in the air right now, LOL
    quilting lady 2 at Comcast dot net

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  50. Nope. I don't do anything. I have some embroidery projects on the go at the moment. Winter is a good time for embroidery :)

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  51. I follow on FB
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  52. I liked Project Quilting on FB
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  53. My favorite holiday tradition is to clean out the refrigerator (so there is room for all the cooking to come). We take everything, cook it up and then put it in packages and deliver to the homeless. The people on the street always appreciate having a warm, homecooked meal. We include paper plates, plastic silverware, napkins and condiments (that may or may not have been pilfered from a fast food restaurant!).
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  54. Cookies and candies are the tradition here. Lots of both! knottyneedle at gmail dot com

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  55. I make frosted cutout cookies every year, just like my mother did every year.

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  57. I Like Persimon Dreams on Facebook

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  58. Homemade mincemeat, which is so much better than the stuff from a jar!

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  59. I also follow you on Pinterest.

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  60. I love to make Peppermint bark.

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  61. Threecatsranch is now following you on Instagram

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  62. I follow Persimon Dreams on FB.

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  63. Following Project Quilting on FB.

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  64. Sugar cookies with my kids. We always spell out "SANTA" with the alphabet cookie cutters we have. Kkrieg@cox.net

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  65. Only one tradition that we do every year, & it involves an "ornament". Our first Christmas together my husband brought home a headlight bulb from a van that had blown weird. They're usually clear, but when this one blew, the filament turned most of the glass white. I took it, twisted the wires into a hoop, put it on an ornament hook, & hung it front & center on our little tree. I still have it. It's always the last ornament on the tree, front & center every time. Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  66. Already like you on FB, & said Hi

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  67. Gingerbread houses - from scratch. I make all the gingerbread the day before and on a Saturday my kids all get together and decorate it. Then it becomes the go to snack for the Christmas season. So many good memories.

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  68. My favorite thing to do on my favorite holiday, Hanukkah, is making and eating potato pancakes.

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  69. We always make some cinnamon and gingerbread biscuits. x

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  70. I love to make Jello popcorn. Thanks for the chance!

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  71. Everyone in my family gets homemade stockings!

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  72. Favorite ornament is a bark-coated bear on a sled, with scarf tails flying behind him
    quiltfabrication at gmail dot com

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  73. Love to make and decorate sugar cookies. ndfromsd at gmail dot com

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  74. Said HI on facebook. ndfromsd at gmail dot com

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  75. Signed up for the newsletter, (not at the following address). ndfromsd at gmail dot com

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  76. I follow on pinterest. ndfromsd at gmail dot com

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  77. I always make Cream Cheese Spritz cookies. Thanks for the chance to win! sarah123quilt [at] gmail {DOT} com

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  78. Chocolate fudge - never miss making it for Christmas!

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  79. For me, the scent of fresh baked cinnamon ornaments just kicks off the season! So glad I found your blog. This coming year is all about quilting for me. So exciting!

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  80. Divinity - it's an inside joke for a family with 3 clergy, actually 5 if you count an ex and a cousin!

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  81. Gingerbread in reindeer shapes....that giraffe fabric...wow

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  82. I love setting up my nativities! We always make Christmas cookies. I give the kids(now grown) Christmas pajamas on Christmas Eve! Love it all
    ramona_murrayatcomcastdotnet

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  83. I get your newsletter
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  84. I already like Persimmons Dreams on FB
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  85. I follow project Quilting on FB!
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  86. I always bake cookies for everyone

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  87. I love cookie exchanges at work!

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  88. I love baking a few types of cookies with my daughters - we each pick a favorite. Also, christmas music or movies in the background are a must.

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  89. I love to make chocolate covered peanuts. Just melt chocolate chips and almond bark and throw in a jar of peanuts. Put them by spoonfuls on a cookie sheet or waxed paper and voila!

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  90. I love making Peppermint Bark. So easy to make.

    Thanks for a chance to win. Happy Holidays!

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  91. I'm a follower on IG (@usairdoll)
    Commented on the post of the beautiful quilts on the fence. You have "2916" but I know you meant "2016" 😊
    Happy Holidays!

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  92. I'm a follower on FB and left some comment love.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  93. I follow Project Quilting on FB and left you some comment love.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  94. We always have home made cinnamon rolls for Christmas morning.

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  95. I get your newsletter and email updates.

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  96. I'm a follower on Pinterest.

    Thanks for a chance to win. Happy Holidays!

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  97. I already receive your newsletter.

    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  98. Such a great pic of all the quilts! My kids and I always make sugar cookies on Christmas Eve Day! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  99. I just signed up for your Newsletter {and I follow you on Bloglovin' too although that's not listed}.:)

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  100. I make baklava for my Christmas baking. Delicious!

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  101. baking traditional cookies and pies for family and friends.

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  102. I am a happy follower on Instagram. janie(dot)mccombs(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  103. I am a happy follower via-email. janie(dot)mccombs(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  104. I am a happy follower on Facebook. janie(dot)mccombs(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  105. Love this giveaway, I have been wanting this fabric!! I follow on IG. garvey56@gmail.com

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  106. I love getting together with my family to make our favorite cookies. garvey56@gmail.com

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  107. I signed up for your Newsletter! garvey56@gmail.com

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  108. Every year at Christmas I make Velveeta cheese fudge. It is soo good! www.yahoo.com/amphtml/style/my-grandmothers-hillbilly-fudge-recipe-and-it-100678350801.html

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  109. Baking many dozens of cookies to give to family and friends at Christmas has been a tradition for years. My favorites are Cappuccino Cookies and Spritz.

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  110. I make mini loaves of chocolate cake and make tiramisu.

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  111. My favorite tradition is making a gingerbread house and decorating it with our son! Thanks for the chance and for sharing.

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  112. I follow on instagram! and left a note on a photo too!

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  113. I make sticky toffee pudding!

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  114. I make Nanimo bars and shortbread for Christmas
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  115. I love making Christmas cookies with my family. My great grandmother's molasses cookie recipe is my favorite.

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  116. I have a special cake from Northern Norway I have to make every Christmas. It's made with almonds, and with egg cream and chocolate. Maybe I can put a picture on my blog when I make it? Thank you for this giveaway.

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  117. I love making mincemeat pies at Xmas time x
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  118. I follow via IG x
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  119. Making a million Christmas cookies to bring to celebrations and give as gifts!
    Katiebug0000@gmail.com

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  120. I LOVE the picture of all the quilts on the fence! Our favorite tradition is making and delivering cookies for the neighbors. winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  121. Love to decorate gingerbread ptd923 at gmail dot com

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  122. I like making Christmas cookies with the grandkids.

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  123. I make a gingerbread house with my kids every year

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  124. There is just one favorite ornament for the tree - it is a John Deere tractor. It is a must so my tree as to co-ordinate with this treasure. It is cute and it does need to one the tree. Makes him happy and that is really what counts. OMH you have so many goodies. It is beginning to feel like Christmas. Thank you for being a part of the SMS Giveaway Day and giving us this chance to become a winner of such a wonderful giveaway. Wishing you Happy Holidays.

    Sandi Timmons
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  125. nothing fancy we have fun and make a mess making cookies

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  126. I get the emails follow on facebook too

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  127. I make about 40lbs of hard candy every year...usually ten different flavors. Thanks for the chance to win. Kerry-ryan(at)att(dot)net

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  128. Sugar cookies in weird, non-traditional colors are always a hit around here!

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  129. When my kids were little, we made M&M cookies every year. I still enjoy them to best. Thanks for the generous giveaway.

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  130. I have a lot of teachers to make presents for. this year its a large vacation tote and care package with creams, salts, scrubs

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  131. I love baking cookies for Santa with my kids

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  132. I always try to make my daughter and 2 daughters-in-law something handmade just from me. This year I'm making luggage tags for them for our family Disney trip in February.
    rbacklund@centurylink.net

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  133. I commented on an instagram photo.
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  134. Liked your page and said "Hi" on Facebook!
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  135. Liked the Project Quilting page on Facebook.
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  136. Repinned one of your pins on Pinterest from the portfolio.
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  137. Signed up for your newsletter!
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  138. I make a December scrapbook ... this year it's yet another thing not done. Still trying to get the tree up. Missing snow in the midwest.

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  139. Wow, that quilt photo/project is amazing! I have a massive cookie cutter collection and love baking/decorating Christmas cookies. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  140. My Mom gave my siblings and I engraved brass ornaments every year and I have now passed on this tradition to my family. Each year they are great reminders of past Christmases.

    lindsayrodems at gmail dot com

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  141. Instagram follower and comment @preciousandpink_lindsay

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  142. Our tradition is baking cut out sugar cookies... I started with my mom, then my kids, and now the grand daughter:)

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  143. I love making marshmallows to give to friends and neighbors. I always dip them in real chocolate the way my mom taught me, and then add milk to my double boiler when I'm done to make some killer hot chocolate!

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  144. http://annalsofcreation.blogspot.com/2015/03/my-first-quilt.html
    I would love to this!!
    Making gingerbread cookies with my hubby!
    Thanks for a chance to win. merryorganic@gmail.com

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  145. I love making Christmas stockings in all shapes, sizes and styles for decorating or gifts!

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  146. I'm not much of a cook......but I decorate!

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  147. I just subscribed to your newsletter.

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  148. It's a tradition to mak a muffin called Paris Puffins for
    Christmas breakfast

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  149. I like to make all the children I know a new funky pillowcase and a get them a new bed pillow. All my neighborhood kids look forward to their new pillow each year. That is my longest running tradition other than making xmas cookies. :)

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  150. I make something handmade for my kids every year. This year they are getting bigger quilts

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  151. I am a boy mom (3 sons). As each son turned 13, I purchase(d) a Hallmark Christmas Ornament and tucked it away to give to their future wife at her Bridal Shower with a note telling her even though I hadn't yet met her or knew who she would be when my son(s) were growing up I had been thinking about her, praying for her and excited that she would one day join our family. So far we've had one son get married. His bride was thrilled to receive the gift of a "starter set" of Christmas ornaments. Email : mbttrfld4h (at) gmail.com

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  152. I always make ornaments for friends and family. A different one each year.

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  153. My kids (now grown) and my hubby and myself always made dozens and dozens of sugar cookies and decorated them with icing, sprinkles etc. every year. The cookies can get pretty elaborate, and I have a very large collection of cookie cutters. I started when my oldest was 3, and I still do it every year. One of our highlights! And, even better, the cookies are really yummy. We're always sad to see the end of them.

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  154. I like to bake my families favorite cornflake and butterscotch chip cookies, they're super crunchy and delicious!

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  155. Homemade soft caramels.
    Ohioholman@aol.com

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  156. I like to make dreidel cookies but my kiddies are now teenagers. They're happy to eat cookies but making them....not so much.

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  157. We bake a turkey and save the drippings. After we've had turkey dinners for a few days we take the rest of the meat and my husband makes the BEST soup you've ever had. We share mason jars of it with the neighbors and enjoy some ourselves too. mrs.megan.null@gmail.com

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  158. I get your newsletter! mrs.megan.null@gmail.com

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  159. Facebook! mrs.megan.null@gmail.com

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  160. Pinterest! mrs.megan.null@gmail.com

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  161. aaaand newsletter too. :) mrs.megan.null@gmail.com

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  162. A tradition since I was little - driving around on Christmas Eve night looking for Santa and his reindeer. Of course he always comes to our house while we are out!

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  163. I'm a follower of your Persimon Dreams facebook page. Your deer fence of quilts is beautiful! Just think how awesome that would be if we all quilted up our fences during our snowy Wisconsin winters!

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  164. We drive through the neighborhoods that have luminaries on Christmas Eve.

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  165. Following on Instagram. My favorite butter pecan shortbread cookies, dipped in good chocolate are familiar favorite. Can't wait to make them!

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  166. I always have to have snowball cookies (Russian Teacakes) in the house. Thanks for the great giveaway

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  167. I love holiday making and baking with my kids!

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  168. My husband's family is BIG! They have an annual Christmas Party that is essentially a reunion. Each generation has its own types of foods to bring to the function, but when it comes to the goodies it is a free for all. Each year I try to bring something different for a "goodie" because that is the fun of it all. There are so many people, and it is so much fun to catch up with everyone :)

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  169. It used to be my favorite, 10 years ago...but since i have been doing this 20 years, i would LOVE to try something new but my family would be APPALLED! I take a variety of homemade fudges, divinity, cinnamon candy, Christmas Cookies and 2 Buttermilk pies to Christmas Dinner. This...is not negotiable, lol. I am also in charge of mashed potatoes and a thing called pink salad which is really just a cranberry salad but apparently NO ONE can make these things like i can. The candy and cookies used to be my favorite thing, but i am DYING to try something new. I am going to go rouge on them next year. Lol kwarren29@cox.net

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  170. Liked Project Quilting on Facebook :)

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  171. Every year we package a variety of dried beans with a recipe for Bean Soup. It makes a great gift for friends and coworkers.

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  172. We like making iced sugar cookies
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