December 1, 2013

Day 3 Giveaway


Seaside Kitchen Set

• Full-size butcher apron 
• Half apron 
• Potholders
• Matching dishtowels


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117 comments:

  1. To spread holiday cheer,I like to take homemade goodies to friends.

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  2. I love to have friends over and have a good time with lots of stories and laughs

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  3. by making small handmade gifts for everyone even just acquaintances some to bring them cheer

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  4. I love giving presents!

    Jo -- patchaday [at] gmail [dot] com

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  5. Beautiful set! Thanks for the supet fun give away!

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  6. I make jam from my fruit trees every summer and spread it around to family and friends Christmas.

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  7. We make sure to reach out to the elderly friends and relatives who especially appreciate being remembered at the holidays. Many of them did so much when we were young to make our holidays cheery, now it is our turn to make the extra effort.

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  8. I work at a nursing home and during the holidays I love to do little extra things for the residents, since many have family that never visits it seems to put a smile on there faces.

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  9. Awesome giveaway! Not sure why but my phone is not pasting link for twitter, so here is link:
    https://twitter.com/usairdoll/status/407050999543496704

    Spread holiday cheer by baked goodies that are only made during the holidays, unexpected phone calls and sewing for charity.

    Thank you for a super giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  10. To spread holiday cheer, I cook lots of food, have good wine and music. Invite people who I know won't be celebrating with their own families to join us on Christmas day!

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  11. One way is to smile and greet people, or hold the door open, or let someone with only a few items pay for in front of me if I have a full cart.

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  12. We organise a Carol Singing event in the local park, this will be the 3rd year we've done it and it's a great community event.

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  13. I make cookies for my friends and neighbors to spread holiday cheer.

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  14. I work in retail and just wishing our customers Merry Christmas often makes their day. Great giveaway, thankyou

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  15. I always make Panettones for friends and family. Thanks!

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  16. I help decorate the office and play Christmas music in the car and wear happy Christmas colors :)

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  17. I have made fabric gifts for my mother's charity and decorate at my office.

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  18. We have a home orchard of apples and pears - I make homemade jams, or canned pears and applesauce for my family and friends!

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  19. Friends and family get together at our house on Christmas Eve. I usually have a homemade gift for everyone but haven't started anything yet this year!

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  20. Going Christmas caroling in our neighborhood.

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  21. When people ask me if I am ready for Christmas, I always say I am always ready for Christmas in my heart. And, I play music all the time!

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  22. I made Mixed Berry Jam for gifts this year.

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  23. Baking cookies and nut breads and passing them out to friends, family, and neighbors.

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  24. I love finding some people around me that are not going to get much for Christmas and top ting them via secret Santa.

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  25. we create our own X-Mas cards with pictures of the last vacation! This year we had so many beautiful pictures of us that we made assorted cards!

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  26. Christmas cards. Since moving to France we don't see many of our friends and family at Christmas, so a Christmas card helps us keep in touch and spread the cheer!! Linda

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  27. My children are now 21 and 26 - we always plan one Saturday in December to make Santa cookies ( dozens of them!) gift box them up and give them to family and friends! The cookies always make people smile! While we are making the cookies hubby is setting up the tree and after all the cookies are done we decorate the tree listening to Christmas music sipping hot cocoa! We have been doing this every year since they were 3 and 8!

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  28. Homemade biscuits and my homemade damson gin!!

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  29. I make giant chocolate chip cookies to distribute to my family!

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  30. I like to make cookies for my neighbors and co-workers.

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  31. I bake lots & lots of cookies to give away. Thanks.

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  32. By bringing a homemade dessert. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  33. I like to make and give small gifts to people that would not normally expect them from me, unexpected kindness is always appreciated.

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  34. For giving I bake Christmas breads and many kinds of shortbreads and cookies.

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  35. I always pick a name or two from the charity tree at a local store and buy the gifts that a child has requested so they can have a nice Christmas.

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  36. This year to spread Christmas cheer most of my gifts will be handmade with lots of love.

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  37. Baked goodies and small gifts are my way to spread Christmas cheer.

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  38. By making cookies and delivering to freinds

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  39. I love to bake cookies and take them in to work as a surprise for my co workers.

    Sandy A

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  40. Sharing smiles with all I meet. What better way to spread some cheer.

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  41. I love cooking and give presents.

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  42. Making handmade gifts for friends and family. And of course, homemade cookies!

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  43. Singing loud for all to hear ("Elf," anyone?) :)

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  44. Love making Xmas goodies to give as presents

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  45. Giving my awesome sugar cookies as gifts.

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  46. By giving my friends extra hugs and telling them how much I appreciate them, and I like to surprise people by paying for the coffee of the person after me in line.

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  47. I bake lots of cookies to share, and I love making homemade gifts for my family and friends.

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  48. Singing Christmas carols while ringing the Salvation Army bells!

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  49. Smile to strangers and wish them a Merry Christmas!

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  50. I say "Merry Chrstmas" to everybody I meet and wear a Christmas pin on my coats.

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  51. Love making special quilts for my nieces, I have them all on an alternating year schedule. They all keep track and look forward to their new quilt every other year.

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  52. Random acts of kindness. Have small gifts delivered to people never telling who sent them.

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  53. Being kind to everyone I encounter

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  54. By telling people "Merry Christmas".

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  55. Being here for my family and cooking that big Christmas dinner

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  56. Baking cookies and small gifts for friends and family:)

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  57. I love getting together for a crafty day with my friends. Everyone brings a treat and a project they are working on whether its embroidery, knitting, weaving or whatever they want.

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  58. I bake dozens and dozens of cookies to give away to family and friends.

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  59. sharing homemade goods with friends and neighbors!

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  60. I love giving homemade or baked goods to my sons teachers, even though he is in high school! Pumpkin bread with an embroidered dish towels is a favorite.
    tstanulis@mac.com

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  61. It depends. In the past I have baked pound cakes to deliver. Generally try to make a serious donattion to someone who will be without for the holidays. Christmas stockings for Salvation Army. Goodies for staff at the assisted living facility where my mom is.

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  62. I love baking goodies to give, but also I love spreading cheer by being kind to the sales people this time of year. They take a lot of crap, and I try to always remember they deserve a smile and kind word.

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  63. I make sure to give a happy smile to all the store clerks and compliment them on something.

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  64. I always say thank you and offer a friendly smile. Random acts of kindness.

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  65. We always give our garbage collectors presents. Sometimes it is a homemade pound cake all wrapped in cello with Christmas napkins and forks, one year I gave them warm socks and holiday chocolates. My husband baked a turkey breast for them for Thanksgiving and put mayo, bread, a jar of pickles, napkins and such in a big bag for their lunch that day last week. They are city workers who do a "thankless" job that is essential to our everyday lives and they have such sweet and happy faces when they see us walk out of the back door. Makes us feel good too!

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  66. Homemade Carmel's is my families speciality for spreading cheer

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  67. I often make some homemade goodies to give to neighbours and friends.

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  68. Baking cookies to give to family and friends.

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  69. Special trail mix earns raves every year. Especially good when sweets overloaded!

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  70. Baking cookies for other people and making homemade gifts are a great way to spread holiday cheer.

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  71. I love to make and share cookies. Nothing beats homemade. Thanks for the fun!

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  72. Wow, Kate, these are gorgeous! I like to get together with friends during this season to spread holiday cheer. :)

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  73. HELLO, IT IS SINGING GROUP CAROLS AT CHRISTMAS TIME! THANKS FOR SHARING!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  74. Cookies! I bring holiday cookies into work and that always strikes up conversations about holiday shopping, decorating, travel plans, etc

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  75. Sending Christmas cards and baking.
    smjohns63 at yahoo dot com

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  76. A Bunco party at my house! Love my friends and a great chance to spoil them a bit!

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  77. I love to bake and give people the results!

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  78. i have a ladies christmas party every year - we're the ones that spend all december going crazy with decorating / baking / buying / wrapping... i like to take an evening to celebrate my girl-friends!!

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  79. I introduce people to my homemade eggnog. :) christina112358 at gmail dot com

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  80. Making a quilt for a friend or family member who totally does not expect a quilt for a gift:)

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  81. My daughter and I make all sorts of cookies to take to neighbors and some elderly people who live alone.
    paweis at yahoo dot com

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  82. Singing loudly for all to hear! (Sorry, couldn't resist!) I love to give handmade gifts, either sewing or baking!

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  83. decorating our home for the holiday

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  84. To spread holiday cheer I like to be a part of things, parties, drinks etc.

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  85. I try to greet everyone with a smile!
    missysaprons@gmail.com

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  86. It love baking cookies for everyone. Who doesn't love christmas cookies?!!! Thanks for a great giveaway.

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  87. Oh what fun! We like to PARTY around here. Nothing like a good party on the schedule to get the decorations out and up and ready to go. :)

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  88. A handmade christmas ornament...this year is a small flower on a ribbon, in sparkly yarn.

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  89. My favorite way to spread holiday cheer is by baking.

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  90. By gifting presents

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  91. This year I'm making tree skirts for my 4 girls ~ I think they'll get lots of cheer out of those!

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  92. I like to make things for people. It's very satisfying to make something people love.

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  93. My workplace has a "giving wreath" for seniors. I try to donate a gift or two each year

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  94. Homemade goodies, like jam, fudge, and cookies.

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  95. Gathering, laughing & sharing with dear friends over a meal during this season.

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  96. I sew little gifts for my friends and family. Usually I pick a theme or a particular item for inspiration. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

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  97. Giving each of my family members something homemade by me. I make each one unique to the individual so they know exactly what they mean to me. Thank you so much for the chance!!

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  98. Baking for friends and family. Yum!

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  99. To me Christmas is giving to someone who is less fortunate then us. Mittens & hats for the mitten tree, giving to the angle tree and helping hands.

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  100. Christmas music! At least it makes me cheerful for Christmas. :)

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  101. Sing aloud for all to hear! Oh and smiling at people :)

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  102. Playing Christmas songs on the piano. Thanks for the chance.

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  103. SINGING LOUD FOR ALL TO HEAR! Duh, hasn't anyone seen Elf?

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  104. I like to give my neighbors/friends homemade goodies!

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