Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Cards by Jenna offers a great Giveaway

This giveaway is offered by EtsyGreeting's member CardsbyJenna  Cards By Jenna features affordable handmade greeting cards for any occasion."

The Giveaway:

Five adorable red sweater cat cards purrrrfect for sending to loved ones for the holidays. Not your typical holiday greeting here! Each card is created on white cardstock and accented with silver/red bows. These cards are blank inside awaiting your personal message! Measuring 4 x 5.5 inches each handcrafted card comes with its own white envelope and delivered in a clear cello bag.

How To Enter:

To enter just leave a comment answering the question, "What is your favorite holiday tradition or memory"
Be sure to include your Etsy shop address or an email where you can be contacted if you are the winner. Using a random number generator one winner will be selected from all comments posted on the evening of December 6th.   The winning number will be posted in the comments section and the winner contacted by the artist.
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Debbie said...

Very cute cards!
My favorite tradition is also one of my favorite memories ... the advent calendar I made when the children were little. It's a wall hanging of a felt Christmas Tree and each day ornaments are put on. I remember how excited they were each morning especially if it was their turn to put up the ornament. Several years ago I made them each their own for their homes and I was surprised how much even the boys loved them. Merry Christmas and thanks for the nice giveaway!

niftyknits said...

This is an easy one! It started some 10 or 15 years ago when I first took my kids to the cinema on Christmas Eve. It's great, hardly anyone there cos everyone else is too busy!
I used to be a teacher, and it was funny how many parents used to come up to me and say their kid had insisted they had to go the cinema *because MrsL takes here kids on Christmas eve*

Giveaway on my blog too, but you'll have to be quick, only 12 hours left!

Adorebynat said...

Pretty cards!

My favorite tradition is to put up our small Christmas tree and decor our living room together with my hubby. We had such a great time. We don't have our own place right now and this will be one thing that we're going to miss on this upcoming holiday season. Last year was my favorite memory when we had our first Christmas with Ethan. He was only a month old.

Visit my blog for my giveaway. :-)

Anonymous said...

My favorite holiday tradition is Christmas Eve midnight mass!! I also love decorating the tree and house-it definitely puts me in the spirit! thanks!

Galacards said...

My favorite memory is the 1st year we took my oldest son Malik to cut our first real Christmas tree. The smell of fresh cut pine was so sweet and welcoming. It's a yearly tradition that now includes our toddlers.

capturedtime said...

My very favorite memory is waking up my childhood friend (Leo Papara, He was an immigrant from Ukrania who lost his wife the first year they moved here. We became friends. He was 70 and I was 3. He became a very important part of our family.) I got the poor man out of bed at 3:30 AM to see what Santa had left me. To date myself it was a Simon Says, and a wicker Barbie Patio set. If only time would stand still.

Shel said...

Our families favorite tradition is buying a "gag" gift and playing the "Mrs. Wright" game where the wrapped gifts are passed left to right in a big circle as the Mrs. Wright story is read. Our entire family plays every year and we all try to outdo each other with the absolutely worst gift ever! Sometimes we save them and re-gift them the next year (the Chia Pet has made the rounds a few years now).

gaby said...

Adorable. My favorite tradition started because my mom wouldn't let us open anything other than our stockings before we had breakfast. So my sisters and I decided when we were between 8 and 4 years old that we would get up early, make breakfast, then put on a production number to wake up my parents. It became a tradition and I still remember the time we woke them up using the free whale songs record included in National Geographic. Everyone have a wonderful Christmas and Hannukah and Kwanzaa or whatever special holiday you choose to celebrate, or all of the above!!!

windycindy said...

When I was a young girl, one Christmas all I wanted was a Chatty Cathy doll. My dad was working 2 jobs to support our family and I knew that I may not get my doll. I will never forget waking up on Christmas morning and seeing Chatty Cathy under our Christmas Tree. Your cards are so cute. Please enter me in your drawing. Thanks, Cindi

Sandra Williams said...

Great favorite tradition was when I was a child....turning my stocking upside down and looking at all the stuff that was in packed in there. My son seems to be following in my foot steps too. He loves the stocking as much as opening the presents just like I use to.


mel*~reachforthestars~* said...

It would be my trip to disneyland. My mum & sis enjoyed themselves thoroughly! Thanks so much for the giveaway!


Cards By Jenna said...

And the winner is comment #8 posted by Gaby of

I will send you a convo shortly to get your address Gaby.

Thanks to all who entered!


BooHooHoo said...

Jenna has the cutest cards. I have bought from her before, and I just got this New Year's card from her.


Cards By Jenna said...

Thanks PussDaddy! Come back soon for more giveaways and fun. :-)