Saturday, December 18, 2010

Happy Holidays...and sweet giveaway

Happy Holidays My sweeties! 


 Sweet Holiday Giveaway
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Leave a comment about your Sweet holiday memory 
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The winner will be announced next year 
 Win a Beautiful Linen Jute Applique Bag


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19 comments:

  1. Hi Deepali
    Thank you inviting me over for the giveaway...thank you for visiting my blog. I am a follower now and would love it if you could stop by my blog(s) as often as possible

    My sweetest holiday memory would be the holiday season spent at home with grandparents and cousins...

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  2. Oh this is nice! I'm a follower and please do enter me for the giveaway (even though we'll need to wait till next year for the outcome ;) )

    My sweetest holiday memory is of the time I got an Enid Blyton from Santa---I was about six at the time and there was this party where Santa was sitting on a chair and kids were called up to him to receive gifts--I had no idea that my sister had included my name as well....I was delighted to receive a secret seven for Christmas!

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  3. That is such a beautiful giveaway,sweetie
    Im in love with that bag:) Btw: thank you so much for the lovely link-back and sweet words...Made my morning
    Have a wonderful Monday, darling
    Kisses

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  4. Growing up our cousins would visit us in NC and we would just look forward to waking up super early to open presents...but our parents would not let us do it until their tea was made first : )

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  5. Definitely trimming the tree on Christmas eve...that is something that was always so special to us growing up!

    I'm having a giveaway today too if you'd like to stop over!

    Julie xo

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  6. Deepali, You are a dear one for hosting such beautiful GiveAways....

    A memory of mine is the last one I had visiting my Dad at age 13 and a beautiful little black purse with a few dollars inside tucked away for a special event or a little something he thought a girl may need. It wasn't much $$ looking back on it but boy it was like millions back then.

    I took that purse eveywhere with me, nothing under the tree could compete with that special black purse :) The following year he went onto heaven. I gave my daughter a little black purse with a little $$ tucked away in it when she was 13 my little something added to her and my memories.

    I am a follower of yours and a congrats to the winner.
    un Joyeux Noel to you sweet bloggy friend.
    xx
    ~Dore

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  7. Thank you for such a nice giveaway!
    My favorite memory was when I was 9, beginning to believe that there was no Santa, and I heard jingle bells. I will never forget how excited I was to hear that Santa was at my home. Of course I later found out that my father was shaking those bells, haha.
    Have a nice Christmas.
    Teresa

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  8. My Christmas was coming home Freshman year of college. Love the holidays.

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  9. Hi,

    I'm a follower. Lovely pillow.

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  10. happy xmas and lovely giveaway xxxx

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  11. This is a very sweet giveaway =)
    My holiday memory? When my little brother woke me up every half hour all night long to ask me if it was Christmas time yet! It was so sweet, though exhaustive.
    llschriver@gmail.com

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  12. My favorite holiday memory is a tradition my family does every year. We make "snowballs" out of ice cream rolled in coconut. On Xmas eve, we take them out of the freezer at midnight, stick a candle in them, and make a wish :) xo

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  13. Happy holidays, wishing you all the best in the year to come.

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  14. Have a wonderful new year! Blessings, darling!

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  15. My sweetest holiday memory has to be this year with all the snow surrounded by family!

    thepricklypinecone(at)gmail.com

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  16. Your wreath on the door LOOKs amzing, I love it, and that little deer is so darling...
    Great Blog, thank you for some design and ideas
    a new follower , i will be back for more
    Karryann

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  17. my favorite memory is Christmas dinner at my grandmothers house. And her red dishes. I posted on those dishes here:http://applesandrubies.blogspot.com/2010/10/table-for-two-w-my-fave-elephants.html

    Loretta

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