Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Angel Bear with Star ***Giveaway***

Hello everyone!  Thanks for taking a slice out of your day to come and visit us!

Today kicks off the first of FIVE New Release Giveaways (excluding Angel Bear with Ribbon ***) where you have a chance of winning one of the new Christmas themed sets that are featured in the October Bundle seen below.

http://www.imaginethatdigistamp.com/store/p698/October_Bundle.html

Today, Angel Bear with Star is in the spotlight and Monique created this sweet card to share with you all as inspiration...


While this set is great for creating a Christmas card for any age, it is especially wonderful for creating a card for a baby or a very young child.  Monique has done exactly that with this adorable card she made for her God Child's daughter who will be celebrating her first Christmas this year.  I love all the extra stars in the paper and as part of the embellies that compliment the star the bear is holding.

Do YOU know anyone who has a young child or a brand new baby or even someone who is simply young at heart?  A card made with items from this set would be a sweet gesture.  

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Giveaway Time!!
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Would you like to win the cute set, Angel Bear with Star, as shown below?  To be eligible, simply leave a comment with the answer to this question...

What is your favourite childhood Christmas memory?

Personally, my favourite memory from Christmas was when I was six years old.  All the presents had been opened and I was told to sit on my grandfather's foot stool and close my eyes.  My mom walked into the room and told me to open my eyes.  She was holding this tiny little apricot poodle and I looked up at her and asked, "Is it real?"  I had wanted a pet but had allergies and never thought it would happen!

You have until 6:00 p.m. (EDT) on Tuesday, Oct. 13th, to get your answers submitted. 

We will announce the winners of ALL six new release sets on Friday, Oct. 16th!


 You can check out more of Monique's fabby creations on this blog by clicking HERE.


***Angel Bear with Ribbon is featured in a separate giveaway.  You can find the details HERE

16 comments:

Sheena Mckee said...

Christmas when I was a child was a magical time,the excitement of wondering if the big man had been yet.Whichever sibling got up first would wake all the others,which was always around 3am or 4am.We would all rush downstairs,tear off the paper,start on our chocolate selection box,have a little play with our new toys then back to bed and also were we lived it was always see who got a new bike for christmas,As I'm getting older christmas isnt quite so exciting

Denise Goeldner said...

My favourite memories as a little girl was visiting my Grandparents, and waking up in the morning to see all the pressies under the tree. And that Santa had eaten his biscuit & drank his milk and took the bag of carrots for all the reindeers. My brother & I woke everyone up with excitment to say Santa had been, and all the presents that where left behind for us. Christmas music would go on and we had the fun of getting our gifts, we never had much but back then the smallest thing was the most precious. So miss those days xx

Kren Kurts said...

I have so many fond memories of Christmas. One in particular stands out, however. My brother and I were awakened by Santa one Christmas Eve and he gave us each a gift. I remember thinking, "Why does that voice sound familiar?" My Mom told me many years later that it was my "Uncle" Sal. He and his wife, my favorite cousin, June were childless and that Christmas Eve they drove all over town visiting all the younger cousins spreading Christmas cheer. I miss Sal and June, but I will never forget that Christmas Eve when he came to visit the children "way on the other side of town!"

Sandra said...

My christmas memory.
Snow and the sledge ride whit my father from home to another city to my grandma.
That are beautiful memories.
My grandma past away when i was 14 years old.
My father past away from ilness 4 years ago when he was 64 years old.
To young.....i was then 39 years old.
San.

KT Fit Kitty said...

My favourite Christmas memory was getting the Crissy doll I had wished for. Her hair grew and then you could wind it back in. She was so fun! Thanks for the giveaway!

Marji Franklin said...

That's such a neat story. :) I don't have many memories from my childhood due to a head injury and child hood epilepsy. One year my parents gave my sister and I each our own desk. I still have that desk and my daughter uses it now. So I guess that would be my best gift...does that count?

Donna said...

When I think about childhood memories I actually think about my kids. Our favorite thing to do with them was to drive around (or walk around our neighborhood) to see all the Christmas light displays. The downtown area also had some train displays that the kids particularly enjoyed. That was always a fun evening. The kids would call it "wonderland!" From my own childhood I remember a Christmas tree that we had. It was silver rather than green and it had a multicolored light that revolved around and changed colors. You don't see that too much anymore.

Lorie said...

What a really sweet Christmas memory! Honestly I have a ton of 'favorite' Christmas memories...from my grandparents being with us most of the time, to opening stockings (my favorite to this day) and seeing my mom's expression of joy when she opened a photo my dad had taken of himself...it was to be my mom's last Christmas and he just wanted her to be happy. That she was!!

Mel C said...

My favorite Christmas memory is Dad driving us around to see christmas lights, I continued that tradition with my child every Christmas Eve after the big family gathering.

hoptownracer1 said...

Opening presents Christmas morning with my sister... First, we checked out our stockings, then checked out the presents under the tree. The dogs got to open their presents (with a little help! :) ) I can still remember our German Shepherd wagging her tail and knocking silver icicles off the tree. :)

Swimmom said...

No Christmas memories - I'm Jewish :)

Sarah said...

We celebrated Christmas on Christmas Eve at my Grandparents and my favorite memories were being so excited and hardly able to wait till time to go. They are gone now but now my family celebrates on Christmas Eve.

Gloria Shirr (purpleglo) said...

I don't really remember many childhood memories; but I do remember one with two of my children. I lost my job and we had no money for Christmas; so we were not going to have a Christmas tree. I decided to take my kids to the Christmas farm where we usually bought a tree; and ask them for a free one. My kids were embarrassed; so they hid in the car while I asked. They allowed us to go to the main area and choose any tree we wanted and cut it down; like we always did each year. My kids have never forgotten that experience. It showed them that people do care; even if you are a stranger to them. Thanks for a chance to win this adorable angel set. Hugs, Gloria

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Suze said...

My favourite memory would be decorating the tree as a family with decorations that had been handed down a couple of generations.

Trina Flynn said...

When I was young my favorite Christmas memory wasn’t about the presents it was spending the entire day with my family. I didn’t get to see my family very often so when Christmas was near it was a special day for me. I loved listening to the adults talk about their childhood memories and seeing them all laughing together.

Edwina said...

When I was a child my Mom got me a doll with a bed, bathtub, and highchair. I loved it so much. I had them for several years. I still have the doll. Edwina Brown