Wednesday, December 6, 2017

The 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway ~ On the Sixth Day

We are due for our first snow storm this weekend.  They predict 1-3 inches to fall.  I consider that a light snow and definitely angel kisses.  My neighbors may not agree.



On the sixth day of Christmas...

*City Sidewalk Snowflake Trinket Dish

Trinkets or cookies or maybe homemade fudge would be perfect on this sweet dish.  This oval dainty is ceramic and measures 6.5" x 4.5".

**I am so enjoying reading everyones comments! I've not responded in the comment section as to not mess up counting the entries.  I will surely make a whole post w/comments when the giveaway is over! And welcome to any and all new visitors & followers!**

Do you believe snowflakes are just like angel kisses?
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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:

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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
On the fifth day of Christmas ~ *Home for the Holidays Christmas CD, Volume 2
On the sixth day of Christmas ~ *City Sidewalk Snowflake Trinket Dish

8 comments:

  1. What a pretty dish...SNOW??? We do not usually get any here until January or February. And fortunately it does not last long. Candy would be perfect in that dish and you could keep it out through the winter.

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  2. What a wonderful question, we are getting our new puppy tomorrow and he is a golden retriever with one little white spot on his head and we said that is where the Angel's kissed him so I guess the answer would be yes.

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  3. Hi Gina!

    Cute!! I love snowflakes...and to just imagine them as, angel kisses is even better!! I hope you are enjoying December, with all the magic that it brings!!

    Hugs and Love,
    Barb

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  4. I love anything snowflake themed this time of year and this plate could even be used past the Christmas season, love that! I think that thinking of snowflakes as angel kisses is a wonderful image, makes the snow angels we used to make in the snow as children even more special! Thanks for hosting this wonderful giveaway!

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  5. Snow flakes. I adore them! I grew up in central Texas and no snow. We get some snow where we live now. I am no youngster but have to go out each time it snows. This really exciting to see each days gift.
    Merry Christmas,
    Kristine Bengs

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  6. I don't know about angel kisses, especially if there is sleet mixed in there too, but it is a lovely scene if I don't have to go out in it :)

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  7. So very exciting for you to be getting snow! We currently have no snow here, can you believe that! Such a pretty dish you are giving away you were so generous dear Gina!

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  8. That is a beautiful dish. I haven't been around snow very much, as it never snows where we live. But I love the cold. We have seen snow a couple times, and it is a treat!

    Enjoy your day!
    Love
    Ashley

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