Monday, December 22, 2008

Holiday Give-Away

In my last blog post I mentioned a favorite Holiday movie: The Family Stone. What's your favorite Holiday movie? Leave a comment on this post (include your email) and tell me your favorite Holiday movie. I will draw on Christmas Eve 11pm PDT. (contest open to everyone! everywhere!)

If you win, you will receive TWO of my favorite items....this lovely Scrabble tile necklace from my brother and sister-in-law's Etsy shop, "Home Studio." (they are the #1 jewelry shop on Etsy!)
And a "Scentsy" Car Candle in Ocean scent. Scentsy fragrances are fantastic! You'll want to take them everywhere. You can hang this "car candle" in your closet, hotel room, or wherever you want a hint of Scentsy Fragrance. Daughter #2 sells Scentsy. I love it and have a Scentsy warmer in practically every room in my house.
So, get busy and post your favorite Holiday movie! I'm still quilting away and need some more Holiday movies to keep me company!
C'mon and tell your blogging friends too! You only have a few days until Christmas Eve!

21 comments:

Charlotta-love said...

I love It's a Wonderful Life. When I was little, I would intentionally ring bells at Christmas time so angels could get their wings.

Sarah said...

I love White Christmas, but I've got to go with It's a Wonderful Life. Nothing can beat the character George Bailey possesses and the lessons he learns. Clarence isn't bad either!

~Michelle~ said...

Oh my gosh! I love Home Studio, I've spent some $$ with them this year! I bought stocking stuffers for my fav girls...and a few things for myself, of course!

I like the Family Stone also...and Love Actually... and the Christmas Story (one of these days, I'm going to get a leg lamp).

Katie R said...

so generous! Merry Christmas!

Trisha said...

I've been watching Christmas movies on the Hallmark channel. My favorite so far was A Boyfriend for Christmas. It was cheezy but cute and I enjoyed it.

Becky said...

For years our favorite was The Santa Claus with Tim Allen. The past couple of years we've watched Elf with Will Ferrel every Christmas. Enjoy! Merry Christmas!

jlk said...

That tile is to die for!

Hands down, my favorite movie is White Christmas. I could watch it every day. Vermont must be beautiful this time of year; all that snow.

kathyinozarks said...

I have been watching the Hallmark channel too and love all the christmas movies there, but I have to say my favorite movie too is White Christmas.
thank you for the give away

Julianna said...

I love 'White Christmas' and I wish you lived next door as I have quilts just waiting for a quilter who would know what to do with them! I love seeing your work.

Sherri said...

We love "Jingle All the Way!" There's just something about Arnold and Sinbad and "Turbo Man" that makes our whole family laugh every year!

Mos Los Vagabondos said...

My favorite Christmas movie tends to change, but right now it is the "The Bishop's Wife" with Cary Grant. Its magical.
I enjoy your blog, and Merry Christmas.

anabindu said...

Dos de mis películas favoritas son "Antes del amanecer" (Before Sunrise) y la segunda parte "Antes del atardecer" (Before sunset). Me parecen de lo más tierno.

Para que tengas más sonido español!,jeje.

anabindu said...

Aunque estas dos peliculas no son sobre la Navidad,la primera parte sí es la historia de las vacaciones del protagonista en Europa.

Mi película favorita de Navidad es "Las Mejores Navidades Disney"

Y aún más sonido español!

Sarah N. said...

White Christmas. And Charlie Brown Christmas special.

Thanks for a great giveaway!

dee said...

Auntie Mame-the one with Rosalind Russell. I watch it nearly every year and it always delights me. The costumes are fabulous and the underlying message is a very good one...Live, Live Live...and let live. It is, in fact full of messages done in a funny way. Life is short-do it now. Don't try to be someone you're not...love & appreciate those in your life...and always, always, keep your sense of humor.

Wishing you a lovely Christmas Vivian.

Material Mary said...

My favorite holiday movie of all time is the old classic "How the Grinch Stole Christmas." I always get excited when I can watch it again.
Merry Christmas!!
Mary

Janquilts said...

I love to watch most of them but I am still laughing a 4 Christmas's. I think both White Christmas and It's a Wonderful Life are top of the list.
Jan

~Angie said...

"A Charlie Brown Christmas" of course! I live in Santa Rosa, CA. where Charles M.Schultz, "Peanuts" creator lived and worked most of his life, so it's only natural I would enjoy Mr. Schultz's observations of Christmas through Charlie Brown's eyes.

Dawn said...

What a fun giveaway! Our favorite Holiday movie is "White Christmas". Merry Christmas!!

Kara & Levi said...

Its A Wonderful Life. And all those claymation movies like Rudolph!! I love them!

craftyland said...

My current favorite is Elf. It is just so cute and cheerful, but it also has a great message. =)

Merry Christmas!