Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas and a Blog Candy

Hope you are all having a beautiful day of celebrating Christmas and Holidays. I wanted to offer a blog candy to all you lovely ladies, who come to visit my blog from time to time as it gives me such joy, so I want to give back. This time it is a full kit of Rusty Pickles goodness. You can actually make a mini album with it, as it does come with it. It actually comes with instructions how to make it, so I know the winner will have such a fun time creating with it.

I actually received this from my friend, Kari, the owner of Urban Anthology to pass it on, so please check out her kit club, as I know you will love it. The December kit is sold out and I will post here a little sneak peak of the January kit, which is going to be the most amazing, I can tell you. These kits are getting better each time. My very talented friend Ching and Kari are designing them and they totally remind me of the very loved Scrapologie kits I used to drool over..hehehe. Anyway, here is the sneak peak of the January, so you can see. What this kit doesn't show though is all the gorgeous handpicked ribbons, lace and ephemera it has, you only see the papers and some embellishments, but you can see pretty much that it is amazing already. You can't go wrong with the gorgeous new Webster's Pages, Hambly, Sassafrass and Making Memories.

Anyway, for you to get my RAK, just post a comment here, telling me how your Christmas was, what was your most memorable moment. I sure would love to hear about it. I will keep this open till Midnight of December 31st and will pull my winner via random number generator on the 1st. Good luck to you all.

Have a blessed and Merry Christmas!


Jenn said...

We thought the snow was on it's way out and woke up this morning to HUGE snow flakes and a white Christmas. It is so beautiful.

It was also the first year my daughter was old enough to understand SANTA, so we had fun seeing her be so excited to open her stocking and gift from him.

Merry Christmas

SmilynStef said...

What fun goodies ... I loved opening the gifts from my loved ones from around the US ... I missed being with them in person.

Jan Butler said...

It was a beautiful day for driving in CO and we had a wonderful small family gathering with the exchanging of gifts that weren't overboard, but meaningful. The holidays change with adult children and their spouses. It was a comforting day!

kim_sonksen said...

Good morning Eva

I am not poting for the RAk I just wanted to wish you and your loved ones a very merry Christmas. I hope yu still have some wonderful days of relaxing ahead of you.
Big Hugs x

Heidi Van Laar said...

Hope you had a wonderful holiday Eva!

Mine was spent quietly at home with just myself my DH and my boys. It was too snowy to even think about going out!

Sandy said...

Hi Eva, I know you have had a splendid holiday with Sean home for the holiday! I come by here occasionally to see what you are up to.

Cassie said...

oh you are so sweet to give away such an awesome prize - thanks for the chance to win.
my favorite christmas memory was my little man opening his first gift this year. he'll be 2 in jan. so he really "got it" this year. he was totally into tearing off the paper and oohed in his unique way when he saw his present - a FP laughtop. I took it out of the box and he laid down on the floor to play with it. Just precious and a picture that I'll treasure forever!

JuliesAddiction said...

Rusty Pickle is always good! Love the look of that kit too.

I love that Jeromy really got into the presents this year, its the first year he participated and opened his presents...with gusto!

Pinky said...

Our Christmas was relaxed. The best part for us, honestly...was taking the boys to each of the neighbors houses and delivering cookies, in fact they have begged me to do it again! It left such an imprint in their minds. I love that!

Erin Gudge said...

Very fun kit RAK, Eva, you are such a sweetie pie!!!

Erin Gudge said...

Oh, and you already know how my Christmas was! LOL.

But, it was good, I'm still tired, and I'm living through a constant sugar high from stocking candy and baked goods. :)

KarenB said...

Wow look at that RAK!!! Not to mention the sneak peek at the January kit - gorgeous papers there!!!

Our Christmas was relaxing and drama free - which was my Christmas wish!! The most memorable part I think was getting to spend it with my parents again. I treasure them so much and know friends who have lost theirs so I love every extra moment I get!

TraceyT said...

You are so sweet!!!

My most memorable part of Christmas this year was how excited my 3 year old was that Santa left her a note. That was better than the gift he left.

Happy Holidays to you. :)

LIZZEE said...

Xmas was nice.. Spent quality time with DD and hubby... No fuss plus I was sick it didn't help the day..

Hi! My name is erica. Would you be my friend? said...

Hi Eva! I had a pretty nice Christmas. We lost power, so we spent most of the morning in the living room in front of the wood stove. Then when the power came back on we all went into the family room and watched Wall-e together. It was a nice relaxed sort of day!

Thanks for asking! ;) lol

Rox-Ann said...

Hi Eva thank you for the chance at a wonderful rak!

My favorite christmas memory was watching my grandson hand out gifts then open he was so excited and happy!

just lisa said...

WOW Eva!!! Just a beautiful little kit and so sweet of you!!

My favorite Christmas memory was probably spending time with my family - everyone together for the holidays - love that soo much!

I know you had a wonderful Christmas too with your son home for the holidays!!

Shirley said...

Eva I know you loved having your son home for Christmas and that's the best part of the holidays. We were able to spend it with our dd and her family and it was a wonderful time!

Ann said...

My favorite part about Christmas was seeing my hubby open his gifts and opening those he gave to me. They are always the ones we care most about. I know he puts lots of time and love into choosing things I'll like, and, of course, I do the same for him. :)

Thanks for the chance to win such fun goodies!

LisaM said...

Sweet kit!

Xmas was great this year! Loved watching the little ones so excited as they saw Santa Xmas Eve at my sisters!

Michelle aka Otomon said...

I almost forgot about your blog awful that would have been! Our Christmas was very nice and everyone was happy with their gifts...and that's a first! Usually my sister, who is 24, sulks if she doesn't get what she wants! What a brat! LOL

Life At Camellia Cottage said...

What great goodies, Eva! Count me in! Let's see, my most memorable moment of this Christmas was actually Christmas Eve, when hubby and I shared a fondue dinner in front of the fireplace in our home. Very relaxed, very peaceful, very nice! Blessings, Becky

Daisymeh said...

What great blog candy!

My favorite memory from this Christmas was our Inaugural Haas family auction. My DH's family has a family auction every other Christmas where everyone chips in something to auction off. Then, all the money raised from the auction is donated to charity. My family decided to steal the idea this year, and we raised over $4000 for the Salvation Army!

Jenn said...

So Generous of you Eva !! Happy Holidays to you and your family :)

Our Christmas was great for the pure fact that my 6 year old bipolar autistic son had an MRI on Monday the 22nd to rule out brain tumors for some problems he has been having and i got word before the holiday that no major tumors, lesions or masses were found, so that was the best christmas gift i couldve recieved this year !!

Jenn :)


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