Sunday, January 2, 2011

Blog Candy for 2011

Well I have to say that the wine I got for Christmas and creativity just don't go together LOL.  I didn't drink anything on New Year's Eve as I discovered that mixing eastern and western cuisine don't mix. At least not for me.

I want to know what you did for New Year's this year, did you spend time with your family, did you go to the movies or did you do something creative like scrapbook your Christmas holidays.  As you can see by my earlier post I already did that but have more to do.

Leave a comment about what you did for the holidays and win a chance to get this Scallop Border punch for free!  That's at least a $22.95 Canadian value for FREE!!  I will make the draw at 6:00PM MST on January 8 using the site called random.org for the lucky winner.  Here is the picture (courtesy of Stampin' Up!) of the Scallop Border Punch.

Good luck!  Happy New Year!

2 comments:

Darla said...

Am I really the first to comment??
Wow!!

Well, how I spent my Christmas holidays.... hmmmm.. I spent most of it sitting on the bathroom floor praying to the porcelain god for the little bean of a baby (I'm only 11 weeks now) to please let me keep something in my stomach!!!!

The times I managed to escape from that.. I spent watching my 2 year old (today is his birthday) taking in everything to do with the holidays with amaze and wonderment (and reminded myself why it is worth it to go through all of this sickness). He has been such a joy and a blessing to watch this year. He watched in amazement and anticipation through the oven door as Christmas cookies grew in size and baked up just right. He asked us to stop the car as we passed by houses that had been VERY well decorated. He insisted on screaming "mawy kissmass" repeatedly to whomever you might be trying to talk to on the phone. His excitement about Santa and baby jesus as he carried around the small porceline figure in the manger from the nativity set well exceeded his absolute petrification at the sight of anything that looked like a realistic Santa! Needless to say I look forward to next year and it makes all the crazy preparation all worth it to see those little eyes light up with excitement!!

Paul, Chéri, Gracie & Lizzie said...

We spent the holidays with family. This was my 10 month old son's first Christmas, so it was extra special! We had Christmas Eve at my mother's house and then Christmas day I am fortunate enough to still have a living grandfather that we spend our holidays with. All of my aunts, uncles, counsins and now cousins' kids come too! It's fun to have a little one that will get to experience holidays in the same home I got to as a child!

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