Monday, December 4, 2017

The 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway ~ On the Fourth Day


Let us not neglect decorating the kitchen for the holidays!  After all, the kitchen is buzzing with Christmas baking and such.



With baking comes messy cookie sheets, mixing bowls, measuring cups and more... and that mean doing dishes!  I personally don't mind washing dishes.  I'd rather wash than dry.  Drying dishes with festive holiday dish towels might change my mind!

On the fourth day of Christmas...

*Meet Me Under the Mistletoe and Merry & Bright Sparkly Dish Towels

Are you serving a holiday dinner this year?

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Starting on December 1st, I'll post a photograph and description of the first day's holiday treasure(s) and continue to do so for eleven more days. Then on December 13th, one winner will be chosen via random.org. The winner will receive all twelve days of holiday treasures. Once I receive the winner's mailing info, I will mail out their big box of goodies!

*You do not need to have a blog to enter.

*I'm afraid that this particular giveaway will only be open to those who live in the continental US. I don't think I can swing overseas delivery and duty/taxes. I plan on hosting regular giveaways next year that will be open to everyone everywhere. ♥

To enter this giveaway, you simply need to:

1. Be a follower of this blog and

2. Leave a comment on a 12 Days of Christmas holiday giveaway post.

By leaving a comment on each of the 12 Days of Christmas posts, you will have 12 entries to the giveaway. If you'd like an additional entry:

3. Add my giveaway button w/link back code to your sidebar so others can join us. The more the merrier!

To add this button with link back, post the code below in your html widget in your sidebar.


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The 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway

On the first day of Christmas ~ *Karla Dornacher's coloring book, In His Name & For His Glory and Artist's Loft Watercolor Pencils, set of 24
On the second day of Christmas ~ *Susan Winget's Snowman Mug in a decorative box
On the third day of Christmas ~ *City Sidewalk Holly Jolly Christmas Platter
On the fourth day of Christmas ~ *Meet Me Under the Mistletoe and Merry & Bright sparkly dish towels

8 comments:

  1. Hi Gina!

    Cute towels! Everyone needs a little Christmas cheer in the kitchen, I love them!

    Hugs and Love,
    Barb

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  2. We always do Christmas eve at our house and I make my Great Grandmothers cream puff recipe.

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  3. I haven't decided yet about cooking a big dinner. Since we didn't cook for Thanksgiving, I might just have to make something special. Love these pretty dish towels! Hugs!

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  4. I love the towels, they are so cheery! I will be hosting both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day at my house, probably something easier to prepare ahead of time and just pop in the oven on Christmas Eve and a ham and all the fixings on Christmas Day. Thanks so much for your generosity in hosting this giveaway!

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  5. These are adorable. Your gift selection is spot on for Christmas.
    Merry Christmas,
    Kristine Bengs

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  6. Wow those towels are gorgeous!! I would hate to use them, but they would look great hanging in my kitchen :)
    It is just going to be the two of us for Christmas this year, the kids can't make it home :(

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  7. Oh what pretty Christmas Kitchen towels! We will be celebrating Christmas with family in Texas this year!

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  8. Those are pretty hand towels. Every single year for at least 19 years, except for last year, we have had a Christmas breakfast at our house with our grandparents, aunt, and uncles. It's always a lot of fun. :)

    Hugs to you,
    Ashley

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