Monday, December 3, 2012

100 Sales Celebration Giveaway :)

***Congratulations Jenny! Thank you all for participating!***

Even though I know 100 sales isn't the world's most exciting number, I still want to celebrate it! For me, it's a number that represents dreams, creativity, stepping out, and working hard at something.

Plus, I think it's been a little too long since I've done a giveaway :)

Here's what's up for grabs:


If you win, I'll send you:

  • $15 dollar gift card to Starbucks
  • Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day soy candle with the Iowa Pine scent (one of my favorites!)
  • Burt's Beeswax replenishing lip balm
  • Set of 5 Christmas tree muslin bags (perfect for gift cards, goodies...etc)
  • 4" Embroidery hoop. I designed this one because I want to inspire all of you to dream!
  • Set of 5 snowflake muslin bags

This giveaway is open to U.S. residents only and closes on Saturday the 8th. I'll share the winner on the 10th :) The winner will have 24 hours to contact me, or I'll draw a new name! 

Use the rafflecopper to get in your entries :) Good luck!




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11 comments:

  1. the kids wearing matching christmas pj's ranks up there, but i love gathering around the table on christmas eve night with my family, saying grace, and enjoying that moment.

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  2. Congrats on 100 sales! Here's to the next 100!!!

    Favorite tradition? Hmmm...cookie baking/gingerbread house decorating is up there, but we are loving our new elf this year, too. So much fun!

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  3. Congrats!!

    My favorite tradition is baking sugar cookies and decorating. I get to do it every year with kids that we are ministering too! so fun, and I can't wait to start doing it with my own kid too!

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  4. My favorite Christmas tradition growing up was listening to John Denver and the Muppets while decorating the tree (I still do it now)!

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  5. Congrats!!
    We love to bake cookies and decorate the tree. :)

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  6. Yay for 100 sales!
    We pick a special ornament every year.

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  7. Going Christmas Caroling! Does anyone do that anymore? I love the memories...and I love that sweet little Dream hoop!

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  8. I'm so happy for your 100 sales--that is a big deal!

    My favorite tradition growing up was family Christmas on Christmas Eve. We did the traditional meal, there was always a surprise from my Nana, and it just seemed magical. I'm trying to start some small traditions now that we have our own family.

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  9. I love having ALL of my kids home and being together!! Family is the best part of the holidays!

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