Wednesday, December 3, 2014

OMG! Nearly 200,000 blog hits. Giveaway time!!!

I cannot believe I have gotten nearly 100,000 blog hits in about one month's time. It took me 4 years to hit the 100,000 mark. I want to thank everyone who visits my page regularly. Without you, I would never make it this far.

I know I have had periods without posts and you keep coming back. Many times it is due to my college workload, but that is coming to an end (About flipping time). So I will have more time to devote to posting and hopefully making those videos I keep promising. (I just need to get over my fear and do it.)

So to celebrate this milestone, I am having another giveaway. 

I am giving away a $25 gift card to Simon Says Stamp.

To be eligible to win, all you need to do is leave a comment below telling me your fondest holiday memory. The giveaway will end on December 31, 2014, at 11:59 pm CST. A winner will be chosen at random and will be announced here on my blog on New Year's day. 

Please be sure you leave contact information if you want to be part of the giveaway. 

Thank you for being part of my crafting journey. Stay tuned from my next 2014 Christmas Card post. 

Wishing you peace and love this Holiday season. 


  1. My fondest holiday memory was always getting together will everyone at my grandma's house. Going with the uncles to cut the tree, helping grandma and the aunt's decorate it. Setting up the train so we could play with it under the tree and drive everyone nuts. The watching grandma play the organ and waiting for the whole family to show up. I miss those days and those people :)

  2. I miss my parents during the holidays. We always enjoyed being together.

  3. My fondest holiday memory is remembering the looks on my grandma and uncle face when they thought I was asleep; but I was up watching them place gifts under the tree while eating some of Santa's cookies. I guess we all got caught in the act of something. :)

  4. hi my fav memory on Christmas is when we would all be together at Christmas dinner all my family is gone now its just my hubby,my sisterinlaw and myself of our generation left thank u for the chance to win.Joyce my addy is

  5. My fondest Christmas memories is coming home on leave from the Army as a surprise to my parents on Christmas Eve just in time for the midnight church service. My mom cried tears of joy through the whole service . Thank you for sharing joy this Christmas . DJ

  6. My greatest memory is the Christmas season of 2009 where my father was in the hospital and he met his first grandchild before passing away. That was also the same moment where he said to me "I love you" for the first time since disowning me 7 years prior. I got two Christmas wishes granted to me that season. I will never forget that year.