Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Believe Block Giveaway


Ready for a little contest?  I am!

These "Believe" blocks have definitely been my most popular item this year and I want to give a set of them away for Christmas.  Here's how you enter.....

1.  Follow Ladybugs' Spot blog and leave a comment on this post.
2.  Write about one of your favorite Christmas traditions for another entry!  Best tradition also wins a little bonus prize.
3.  Share the love!!!  Blog it.  Facebook it.  Tweet it.  And tell me how you've spread the joy....  

So, there you have it.  Three easy peasy ways to enter.  But do it now because on Saturday morning, December 17th, one of my kids is going to randomly select a winner old school style so I can send these off before Santa arrives.....

Good Luck!!!

6 comments:

Steve said...

What a darling set of "Believe" blocks! Our favorite Christmas tradition is this: we hang a gold or white stocking on the fireplace. It is the Christmas stocking for our Savior, Jesus Christ. After reading the Christmas story, we each write down on a slip of paper our personal gift to Christ for the upcoming year. The papers are placed in the stocking, and next year we will open the special stocking and review our gift to Christ before making a promise to Him again. It sets a wonderful tone for the Christmas spirit!

Cristie said...

Oops! My son used the computer and didn't sign out; the comment above is mine :) LOL!

Niecia said...

Hi Amy,
My family loves to go to our cabin and cut down our Christmas tree every year. We listen to Christmas music all the way up, hunt for the tree, then do a lot of playing in the snow. Now we have been making our sweet memories into movies that will last for a lifetime.
Merry Christmas to you and yours~

stgraham said...

My family makes homemade pizza and leaves it for Santa. My husband wrote a children's Christmas book when our oldest was tiny, all about Santa swearing off sweets on Christmas Eve and finally arriving at a special house where pizza was left for him.(It was a shameless way for him to get pizza on Christmas) He published his book 2 years ago, and now shares the book at elementary schools in our area during this season. The book is called "No Sweets For Santa" and you can check it out at http://www.nosweetsforsanta.com

Bonnie and Mike Meyerson said...

Our family started having a Christmas brunch when we lived in Pennsylvania. We didn't have any family in the state so we started by inviting people from the ward that we knew didn't have any family living close either. The next year we added friends from the ward and the next year added neighbors. By the third year we had families who came every year, even one who came in their pjs. Mike would make his famous breakfast burritos and friends would bring a favorite Christmas treat to share. It became an event that we all looked forward to each year. When we moved from PA, we had several families tell me that they would really miss our Christmas Brunch Open House. When we moved to Utah, we brought our tradition with us.

Afflecks said...

I already follow your blog, does that count still? :) I also posted your site on my facebook wall. We do a sub-for-santa every year.