11.16.2015

We Wish You a Very Fawny Holiday Week 2015 {day 1}

Hello everyone! Welcome to our special Fawny Holiday Week! This week is all about getting ideas for the upcoming Holidays! We have Lawn Fawn Design Team samples, giveaways and videos! (Make sure to comment for a chance to win a stamp set of your choice and a Let's Bokeh in the Snow 6x6 pad!)
We will be featuring Lawn Fawn Holiday products this week, both old and new! Woohoo! And, we also have team members from Lawn Fawn Head Quarters (LFHQ) and our friends from Lawnscaping Challenges joining us for extra inspiration! I can't wait to show you all of these gorgeous projects!
Let's check out some awesome samples and a fun video!
Elena got inspiration from the Buffalo Plaid gift wrap for the Quinn's Capital ABCs die cut letters on this adorable card! She used Gingham Backdrops to create her own plaid pattern. I love how she used kraft cardstock to die cut the Snowy Backdrop!



Nadia, who is part of our LFHQ team, created an awesome night sky with Distress inks and white embossed Snowy Backdrops! I love how she die cut Scripty Joy!

Audrey paired Baaah Humbug with the Critters in the Forest tree and added a fun color combo to create her festive card! I love the clever sentiment combining Louie's ABCs with Snow Day!

Another LFHQ Fawnie, Ivy created a sweet card set using Lawn Fawndamentals inks and Winter Scripty Sayings! I love how she "frosted" the edges with Yeti ink!

How sweet is Christiana's Ready Set Snow design?! I love the pretty traditional Christmas colors tied together with the plaid ribbon and the red Scalloped Rectangle layer!


 I love how Chari used the birch trees from Joy to the Woods horizontally as a branch for Winter Owl! All the sparkly glitter details add lots of festive fun!


Lenny created amazing Christmas decor for her mantle with Milk Cartons! I love how she used black along with the pretty red and green patterned paper colors; it's such a striking combination!


Samantha M. created a sweet, clean and simple design using Cozy Christmas! I love how she colored the fireplace! The polka dot washi tape is a cute and trendy detail!

Next up we have an awesome video by Nichol for her gorgeous Let it Snow Border card! You can watch it here or at our YouTube channel!
Thank you so much for watching!

 Thank you so much for the awesome video, Nichol!


I hope you have enjoyed this fun look at some of our Holiday sets. Tomorrow we have another fun Fawny Holiday celebration!
For now, though, it's giveaway time! Leave us a comment sharing a favorite holiday memory by November 21st at 10:00pm  EST, and we will randomly pick one winner for a stamp set of their choice and a Let's Bokeh in the Snow 6x6 pad! Post about our Fawny Holiday Week on social media and leave another comment for another chance to win! :)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Tuesday November 17th for our next Fawny Holiday post! We hope you guys love this week!




Thank you so much for visiting!
Have an amazing day,

223 comments:

  1. My favorite holiday memory is when I get to exchange latest news from my family and friends!

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  2. Niesamowite projekty....jak zawsze :) Amazing

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  3. Awesome projects! One of my favorite holiday memories was the first Christmas I spent with my boyfriend. <3

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  4. Such cute samples! I remember my dad stringing lights around a lamp post and how the lights reflected in the snow. It was so pretty!

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  5. Such adorable samples!!! My favourite holiday memory is baking cookies in my mother's kitchen with everyone in the family. So much fun and laughter.... xAsha

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  6. I was a military kid and lived in the Florida for my first 8 years, so I loved going to Indiana for Christmas! Loved it when it would snow. Everyone would gather at my grandparents for presents then walk (right next door) to my Great-grandparents to continue festivities! It was always so much fun!!!

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  7. Fantastic projects. My favourite holiday memory is my sister and I collecting hail after a big thunderstorm and using it in our drinks on Christmas day. We didn't even mind that we had to pick out the odd bit of grass.

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  8. My favorite holiday memory is when I visited the top most hill station and a most snowy place Ladakh, at Kashmir! I am from India! And love the first snowfall too much very first time, made a snowman with my children, decorate with a muffler and a cap:) And enjoyed the Christmas Festival there too at the hotel, where we stay! This was the most memorable time!

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  9. My favorite memories are watching my kids faces as they see the tree each Christmas morning.

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  10. My favorite memory is watching my daughter open presents when she was little. Her facial expressions were priceless. Can't wait to watch my grandson open presents this year.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  11. I can't possibly choose one favorite. I have so many...from my own childhood Christmas memories to the year I became engaged leading to 40 beautiful years of marriage, to my memories of Christmas celebrated with my husband and son!

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  12. Awesome projects! Favorite holiday memory is finding Santa's empty cookie plate and knowing he had been to my house!

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  13. My favorite holiday moment is when I buy the perfect present for someone and their expression opening it is just as exciting as you buying it for them.

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  14. My favorite memory when I was a child is opening a present eve, attending a church service then going to one of my uncles houses for food, carols, seeing family.

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  15. Love these projects! My favourite holiday memory is the first time my daughter helped me bake holiday cookies for family and friends. She helps me every year now!

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  16. wow---such great projects! One of my fave Xmas memories would be when my boys were old enough to realize what the true meaning of Xmas was===so wonderful.

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  17. WOW that snowglobe set is to die for!! Way too cute. My favourite Christmas memory is going to Boston to do all my Christmas shopping everything was so Christmassy & so magical it reminded me of all the movies & was exactly how I imagined the USA to be!!!

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  18. Decorating the tree last year with my family!

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  19. My favorite holiday memory is of my family going to the Christmas tree farm to pick our tree.

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  20. My favorite memory is Christmas Eve when I was a kid. We would go to midnight mass and have gumbo for supper.

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  21. Love Elena's card! Stunning!

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  22. I love Elena's buffalo plaid card, and the owl on the branches is so cute!

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  23. I love Elean's card. So sweet and adorable.

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  24. Oh so cute! Love everything - but that plaid card by Elena at the beginning is SOOOOO adorable!!!

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  25. Sup;er duper cute!! I just did four Lawn Fawn cards yesterday (soon to go up on my blog and instagram) and I have hopes on MORE getting done today! So happy Fawny Holiday week is here!! :D

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  26. GREAT Holiday Cards Inspirations, guys!!! My favorite Holiday memeory is anything involving my wonderful, beloved, adored grandfather!!! <3

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  27. lovely ideas: they are very inspiring for us! thank you

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  28. What great inspiration here! Love the Let It Snow die, so many ways to use that beauty. A holiday memory was making Christmas cookies. A real family affair. What a mess we would make decorating them but I never remember mother complaining. It was just fun.

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  29. Can't pinpoint a specific memory but love being able to spend time with family..

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  31. I love how excited my kids get when its time to go to bed on Christmas Eve! They always leave out cookies, milk and carrots for the reindeer with a note to santa.

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  32. One of my favorite memories is watching It's A Wonderful Life while eating Christmas cookies and drinking hot cocoa. We did this every Christmas Eve.

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  33. My favorite holiday memory is opening presents at my Grandma's house with my cousins.

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  34. Wonderful!! My favorite memory is baking and decorating sugar cookies with my kids! ♥

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  35. My favorite memory is the year I adopted my oldest son 2 days before Christmas...

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  36. My favorite memory is the year I adopted my oldest son 2 days before Christmas...

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  38. I knew I forgot something on my order last week! The Bokeh paper pad!!!!!

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  39. I just love being with my family; chatting away, having snowball fights (when theres a white christmas) and having an amazing diner!

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  40. So cute! My favourite holiday memory is baking cookies with my mom.

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  41. Favorite memory is my dad driving us around neighborhoods looking for Christmas lights. When I was a kid there were not as many house decorated as there is today.

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  42. Great projects! My favorite holiday memory is my father reading Twas the Night Before Christmas to us every year...and he still does!

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  43. My favorite holiday memory is when I was younger and we lived at our first house, we had a fireplace and every Christmas Eve we would toast marshmallows and read the Christmas story from the Bible before bed. I just remember sitting with the lights out and just the glow of the fire on our faces as we listened to my dad's voice. Still gives me a warm and fuzzy feeling!

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  44. One of my favorite holiday memories is from about seven or eight years ago. Someone in our neighborhood had a short flag pole in their front yard and they stuck a reindeer on it. For some reason every time we drove past it my husband and I would have a laughing fit! I wish I gotten a picture of it, it was just so funny looking! :) They haven't ever done it again, it was a one time deal!

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  45. My favourite memory is my niece's second Christmas. She's a November baby so didn't get it the first time but by Christmas #2 she loved it :) So cute.

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  46. I always loved putting out cookies & milk for Santa and carrots for the reindeer. Looking back, I bet Santa would have enjoyed a glass of wine more than the milk & cookies :o)

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  47. Oh I love the plaid and that penguin card, my favorite holiday is when ever I can spend it with family.

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  48. I love Christmas is such a special time of the year, the cards are very lovely. My favorite memory I guess is when all of our cousins and me went to bed to wait for Santa and then run downstairs a little sleepy to see what Santa brought us, also is on the 25th when all my family ate what my mom cook for all of us.

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  49. So many wonderful ideas. Love the last - let it snow.
    My favorite holiday memory was the year the kids and I pooled our money (this was in the early '60) and bought a rifle/shotgun (I don't know the difference between them) my husband was wanting.
    He didn't want to spend the money to buy it but we I knew it was something he really wanted. He was hard to buy for so we were happy to have any idea.
    He had tears in his eyes (from happiness) when he opened up his present. Made it all worthwhile.

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  50. Love all the inspiration! My favorite memory was the year we had no money for ornaments or a tree, so we cut down a tree from our yard and made all the ornaments. It was a perfect Christmas!!

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  51. Love all the inspiration! My favorite memory was the year we had no money for ornaments or a tree, so we cut down a tree from our yard and made all the ornaments. It was a perfect Christmas!!

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  52. What awesome projects. Really gets the creative juices flowing. of our holiday traditions is for St. Nicholas Day. Our kids put their shoes out by the fireplace and St. Nicholas would leave then fruit and candy and usually a special little something to get them in the holiday spirit. I loved seeing their eyes light up in the morning and they found the goodies. Just some pre-Christmas fun!

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  53. My favorite holiday memory is waking up Christmas morning to all of the amazing gifts my mom and dad would have stacked under the tree. Awesome Christmas cards especially the one with the Ready Set Snow design!

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  54. Sending you happy wishes too.
    Fave Christmas memory would
    be going to church on Christmas
    eve and after the sermon, we all
    received candles and tried to get
    to the car without the wind blowing
    them out!
    Carla from Utah

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  55. These are wonderful!! My favorite memories are the traditions we have have with our children. Since my oldest was born we have hunted Christmas trees, collected a dated ornament each year, opened stockings Christmas eve, gone for drives to look at the lights and had photos with Santa. I cherish every one of these.

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  56. My favorite memory for the holidays is decorating the Christmas tree with my granddaughter.

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  57. So many fun card ideas! Love them all!
    Favorite holiday memory.... spending the holidays in Santa Barbara with my family at my grandparent's home. They had a big 3 story Victorian house and Christmas there was always magical!

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  58. What adorable creations!! A memorable Christmas (though, I didn't think so at the time), was the year my parents woke us up on the 24th for opening presents which, as a 14 yr-old I thought was very, very wrong!! We were leaving on Christmas morning for a trip from Illinois to Texas and my parents thought if we needed to exchange anything, we could do it on the 24th. It was a sensible plan but I was extremely put out - after all, I was 14!! But I still remember that Christmas and it's definitely part of my family history. :-)

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  59. Very cute cards. So much inspiration. One of my favorite memories of Christmas is from when I was a small girl waking up to find that Santa had brought me a bicycle.

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  60. Cute cards, can't wait to see what else is coming this week!

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  61. Wonderful projects~so inspiring! My favorite memory is one I like to share, because it was the funniest. I was 12 or so when my dad asked me to hold a live Christmas tree up to see if we wanted to purchase it. He forgot I was holding it and walked away. When I couldn't brace it any longer....it fell on me! I was mortified! I stuck my hands and legs beneath the heavy tree and 'hid" until my sister came looking for me. She could hear my voice in the pile of trees but couldn't see me, because I refused to be seen, of course. Through tears of laughter, after discovering my plight...she went to retrieve my dad so he could rescue me. After he lifted the tree...he flippantly remarked,"Stop messing around, we gotta find a tree!!!" It was one of my many embarrassing pre-teen moments, but I love to share it every Christmas. ;)

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  62. Wow! This post is especially rich with fun and inspiring work!
    One of my favorite Christmas memories is when we were sick and told the relatives to stay away on Christmas day. It was so peaceful and slow and fun. The relatives came the next day and that was nice too, but I will always cherish our slow, quiet Christmas with our kids!

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  63. These are such great examples! I love the one Chari made - I can totally CASE that one:) Yay an opportunity to win...always fun winning Lawn Fawn products!

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  64. I remember waiting up for Santa in my new pyjamas, sitting on my Dad's knee. Eventually, I fell asleep and I missed seeing Santa. But, it was fun to wait up!

    I love all of the inspiration. These cards, and the milk boxes, are fabulous!

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  65. My best memories of the holidays were when my two boys were younger. Christmas was so exciting through their eyes!

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  66. I love all these cards. They are so wonderful and festive. Favorite Holiday Memory.....waking up Christmas morning at grandma's house and having breakfast rice, sausages, and English muffins with the whole family there.

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  67. My favorite memory was our first Christmas with my newlywed hubby's family in Ohio. Our tiny duplex contained 6 adults, two young children and 2 dogs, wrapping paper everywhere, smells of lasagna cooking (yes, we had lasagna for christmas dinner :-) ), fresh snow on the ground (one of two of my christmas's where there was snow on the ground), and games later on. It was so warm and cozy and fun! Great inspirations so far! Can't wait to see what the week holds!

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  68. My favorite holiday memory is the Christmas Eve every year when my father's siblings families gather at our grandparents home and celebrate with carols, prayers, gifts and dinner.

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  69. All are such wonderful cards, but my favorite is the little penguin and the red plaid "Merry." thx for sharing!

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  70. Love the inspirations! My most memorable holiday was the first Christmas I spend with my in-laws (then boyfriend's family). I was made to unwrap layers and layers of gift wrappers only to reveal a photo of my boyfriend when he was a toddler. Good times.

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  71. These examples are so cute. I was busy myself making LF Christmas cards this past weekend, When you're as old as I am there are a lot of great Christmas memories so I can't pick out just one, sorry.

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  72. My favorite holiday memory is Christmas at my Grandparents house. My family, my aunt's family, and my grandparents would all stay overnight at their house on Christmas eve, have dinner together, and then be excited for Santa to come! The next morning, we would wake up, open presents and my Grandpa would cook us breakfast. I would love to be able to do that one more time.

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  73. Great iDEas, love THE milk cartons, very original and reuseable every year, Great.
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  74. Wow! I love the variety in these projects. Lots of new ideas for using my stamps. My favorite holiday memories are sledding and baking cookies with lots of family fun. Can't wait to share these fun activities with my own kids and make new memories.

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  75. Oh my goodness everyone did such great cards and projects. Lots of wonderful ideas to be had. Thank you everyone.

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  76. I am so excited to see all the creations. I have just found Fawn Lawn stamps recently. I am having so much fun learning. Cannot wait to see more.
    Angel Graham

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  77. Wow--lots of fabulous projects. My favorite holiday memory is watching the grandkids open their presents.

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  78. Wonderful Inspiration! A favorite holiday memory is going to my grandmother's house.

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  79. My favourite holiday is a hard one we had so many good ones its hard to choose

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  80. Oh those are alll Fabulous creations!!!!

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  81. Great projects! Love so much here. So, one of my favorite holiday memories might seem a bit morbid, but... My aunt/Godmother died just before Thanksgiving many years ago, and her funeral was a few days before Thanksgiving. Because of work, I couldn't go -- she lived in Northern California and I lived in Southern Cali. My mother's family makes a big family to-do for Thanksgiving, but since most of them were at the funeral, including my own family, I was looking at my first Thanksgiving alone. So I was sad at having lost my godmother, sad that I couldn't go to the funeral, and sad that I was going to spend my favorite holiday alone. The day before Thanksgiving, I was eating a lonely dinner in front of the TV, when I suddenly heard the front door. In walked my parents and my brother, with their arms full of grocery bags. Mom said she couldn't imagine us not being together for Thanksgiving, so they'd driven from before dawn to get here before stores closed. Not only were we together and had a lovely dinner with all the fixings -- for the first time ever, we actually had leftovers! (My mother's family gatherings were 40-60 people, depending on who came, so the turkey was always merely bones by the time everyone finished.)

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  82. My favorite holiday memory....my son's first Christmas. Being a January baby, almost a year old for his first Christmas, made it such a fun event to behold ♥

    Fantastic creations from the team ♥

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  83. Awesome cards!!
    My favorite memory of the holiday is my parents having my aunts and uncles and relatives over and listening to all their stories of their childhood! !

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  84. Wow - all these projects are so awesome...make me want to hide in my craft room and CREATE! Thanks so much for the inspirations! My favorite Christmas memories as a child were when my whole family would meet at my Nanie's place...it was always so much fun to be with my aunts, uncles and cousins (my mom was the oldest of 10 so there were a lot of us back then!!)

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  85. so many ADORABLE ideas.
    My favorite Christmas memory is gathering at my Aunt's house will all my older cousins - they spoiled me rotten, and I got to eat at the BIG kids table.

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  86. So many gorgeous and cute inspirations for Christmas here!!!! Wow!!!!

    My holiday memory that I treasure is every year we would have family mini vacation and just spend time together, just us and kids. Special time.

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  87. Such adorable projects ... LOVE Lenny's Christmassy milk cartons! A favourite Christmas memory ... decorating the tree ... it was magical! Anita :)

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  88. What amazing designs today! My favorite Christmas memory is when my kids were small, getting PJs on and reading The Night Before Christmas on Christmas Eve.

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  89. Awesome video! Thanks for sharing with us!
    There are so many great cards and projects that I can't pick a FAVE. So very nicely done on all.
    My most fun and happiest memory of Christmas is my Mom and I making and decorating cut out cookies. I miss her so much!!!!

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  90. Cute cards! My favorite memories were going to my aunt's every Christmas eve. We'd always go on a sleigh ride earlier in the afternoon complete with a bonfire, hot chocolate, and Christmas music :)

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  91. I love getting ideas from all the talented and creative designers. Best memory for me is making Belgian cookies with my grandma and mom. Sure wish they were still here but my husband and kids fill the gap.

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  92. Amazing DT work! Somehow best memories are just sitting with my grandma every holidays :) I so miss her.

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  93. It's beginning to look a LOT like Christmas => LOVE ALL the projects today!!!
    ... I don't like to choose favourites, but I have to confess Nichol's STUNNING card is a DELIGHT and I really enjoyed the video!!!
    THANK YOU ALL for sharing your CREATIVE Christmas INSPIRATION!!!
    One of my favourite memories is watching (and singing along with) the Carols by Candlelight on Christmas Eve, I still LOVE IT :)

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  94. Oh all so pretty! I really love the gingham letter making it look like red and black plaid that's so very cute.

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  95. I tweeted about Day 1 of our Very Fawny Holiday Week :)
    https://twitter.com/TracyM6773/status/666414802093260800

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  96. My favorite Christmas memory is opening the presents on Christmas day in our jammies. It was fun even though I knew what was in the present because I peeked!!!
    Love all the Lawn Fawn Holiday stamp sets!!

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  97. You'll laugh, but it's the year Dad gave me a box of coal for Christmas. I cried & cried thinking I had been a bad girl. But he finally gave me my presents and I've had no ill effects from it. lol

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  98. My favorite holiday memory wad as a child my older brother and sister telling me about Santa Claus and staying up with me to try and catch him. :) My siblings were older eenagers and I was 5. I still believed and they played a long with me.

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  99. My favourite holiday memory is playing games with my cousins Christmas Day.

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  100. I love getting inspiration from all of the cards and projects using Lawn Fawn products! My favorite holiday memory is last year when my son and daughter-in-law gave my Mom and Dad t-shirts that they had personally decorated to announce that they were going to be great grandparents.

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  101. The year Grandma & Grandpa gave us the big picture book of Twas the Night before Christmas started a tradition of the yearly reading of the story. All of the cards are so wonderful, so much inspiration.

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  102. My favorite holiday memory is the first time my husband I went and cut our own Christmas tree. I had him traipsing all over the tree farm. We found a beautiful tree, which we decorated with treasured ornaments. After growing up with an artificial tree, the pine scent in the house was pure heaven,

    Wonderful card and video. I love all the details that went into the card.

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  103. My favorite holiday memory is wrapping all the Christmas presents for her when I was a kid. I always knew what everyone was getting, but it was alone time with my mom.

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  104. My favourite Christmas memory is watching my son the first time we decorated our tree together - he was so amazed by the lights!

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  105. My favorite holiday memory is one of my son being so quiet for two hours and not asking to open his presents. I asked him if there was something wrong that he didn't want to open his gifts. He was so excited to find out that he didn't have to wait for the relatives that were coming over for a Christmas breakfast.

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  106. Thanks for the holiday inspiration! Love the script sayings. Love the "Christmas" bags on the mantle.

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  107. Everyone is so talented! My favourite memory would be when we get together with all the cousins on my dad's side and celebrate together - so much food and fun!

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  108. These cards are so cute! My favorite memory is all of us getting together and going sledding and having snowball fights.

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  109. Yeah! I'm so looking forward to this. I love mixing classic (they are never old) LF with the new.

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  110. I don't think I can pick just one favorite holiday memory b/c I love the memories we make each year with our family and our kid's wonder at the holiday season each year. It's like reliving my childhood holidays, but with a spectator's seat. I LOVE it!

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  111. Going snowboarding on Christmas day in the fresh snow!

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  112. It may seem a little morbid but my favioitr most cherished holiday memory was opening gifts with my two month old son at midnight on christmas eve, he passed away that chirstmas day. its my favorite memory <3

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  113. They are all so wonderful. Every time I would look at one and think.. Ooh, I like this one, then I'd see another and think .. Ooh, I like this one.. hehe Over and over. ♥

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    1. Oh right.. was so excited about all the projects I nearly forgot.. My favorite Holiday memory. Well, that is hard to say, because every year is amazing. Every holiday is amazing. My whole family gets together, and we laugh, and have a good dinner, and play games, and it's really just a fun time for everyone.. How do I choose one? Not just Christmas, all the holidays.. so very tough. I will just have to say my first of every Holiday with my son, because that is something that can never be repeated. Of course, Now we have over 21, so many more to look forward to. ♥♥

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  114. Now that our children are grown and have children. I treasure our memories with our parents, and our small children & friends. Our home was the gathering spot.

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  115. My favorite memory is a still going tradition. As children and now with our own children we would go to a house a few towns over where a man had a display he hand carved all Disney figures life size and every year adds to it its huge beautiful and amazing and something we always look forward to

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  116. Thanks for all of the beautiful and adorable inspiration! My favourite memories are of family dinner and then opening presents together!

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  117. So good to see all the different designs.
    Gets me back to my "want to" mood.
    All my favorite Holiday memories are with
    my children. Thanks Lawn Fawn for Amazing products.

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  118. My favourite holiday memory when I was a child: that the family sit together , had a traditional meal and wait until the little bell was ringing that told us: Now St. Claus and his angles light the christmastree and brought the christmas gifts to us and the Holy Night is here! Then we sing together and after this we had a look if allours christmas wishes came true!
    And in this days I have memories with my kids and grandkids!
    sorry for my bad english:-)
    Elma

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  119. My favourite holiday memory is my first Christmas as a mom and starting all the traditions in my home that my hubby and I had as children.

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  120. My favourite holiday memory is my first Christmas as a mom and starting all the traditions in my home that my hubby and I had as children.

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  121. Love all the inspirational cards! My fav memory is from when I was in a teenager and the wind had blown all the snow up against our front door. It was impossible to get out, so me and my siblings had to jump out the bathroom window in order to catch the school bus :D

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  122. All the projects are so wonderful! So a favorite holiday memory is when I was a young child, the family would all get together at Grandmother's house on Christmas Eve. Everyone would get to open up one gift that night and we would all sit in a huge circle with a chair in the middle. We would all take turns opening gifts starting with the youngest and working our way up. Was a great family bonding time and great memories.
    Hugs,
    Jo

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  123. Great cards!
    My favorite memories are of new pyjamas on Christmas Eve. ;-)

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  124. My favorite memories are cutting the tree down as a family - It was such a fun day to start the season!

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  125. When we were young my brother and sister and I would huddle together and keep looking out the window for Santa. We'd get so excited and sometimes convince ourselves that we heard his sleigh bells!

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  126. Great projects!

    My favorite memory is from when I was about 11 yrs old and my grandparents and I took the train into NYC for the day. I'll never forget all the Christmas lights and decorationsand watching the people skate at Rockefeller Center, not to mention the tree! As we were getting ready to head out it was getting dark and it started to lightly snow. It was just magical and a memory I'll treasure forever.

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  127. My favorite memory is piling into the family station wagon and driving around to see the Christmas lights. We always stopped for hot chocolate after we were done...

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  128. My favorite holiday memory is waking up early Christmas morning with my brother and waiting restlessly for our parents to get up so that we could open presents.

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  129. Such wonderful inspiration! Love all the ideas! One of my favorite memories is watching Christmas movies with my kids on Christmas Eve. We watch the same movies every year and it never gets old because we're together.

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  130. What a fabulous array of cards/projects; inspiration galore! One of my favourite holiday memories was meeting my husband's parents for the first time, two months after we started dating. That's when I knew he'd decided I was 'the one' *grin*
    ~c

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  131. Awesome cards! I love the one with the plaid letters, the first one. So clever!

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  132. Super fun cards. When I was maybe 6, we all got pencils with our names on them in our stockings. It was such a big deal at the time!

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  133. I love that plaid is so trendy this year and the gingham MERRY card is my favorite holiday card so far.

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  134. A favorite holiday memory I have was getting a new pet christmas eve - it was lots of years ago (& I was LOTS younger lol) - that pet has long ago passed; but I still remember him and that memory like it was yesterday; I was SO excited.

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  135. Super fun cards today! Thanks so much for sharing!

    A favorite recent holiday memory was last year when it was time to take our annual family photo card picture we had decided on doing it outside in a local park. The day started out warmer and more pleasant but during our photo shoot it just got colder and it began misting making it really unpleasant, but we were together and cracking up so much our photo turned out with some rather hilarious looks on our faces. I think we'll all remember that shoot for a long time to come and I cherish those times together!

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  136. Favorite holiday memory has to be Christmas Eve family Tamale dinner.

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  137. Making Christmas cookies with my mom was always fun as a child. I really miss it.

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  138. Last year the three of us all ended up with the flu right around Christmas so we didn't go visit our families. While we did go see them for New Year's and we missed them on Christmas, it was our first year together EVER (son is 8, we're married 17yrs, together 25yrs) that we didn't juggle visiting multiple families, having guests, or whatever. It was SO nice staying in PJs, fixing meals we wanted (cheese and crackers for lunch, steak and shrimp for dinner) when we wanted, playing with toys and not worrying about cleanup. Definitely a favorite Christmas.

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  139. We used to always get together with a friend across the street and make tins and tins of cookies. My mom used to let us put on all the sprinkles. To this day, spritz cookies remind me of all those fun times!

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  140. I pinned Elena's card on my Pinterest board:
    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/131730357828611151/

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  141. Super cute, love all the inspiration...that fireplace though. My favorite memory is gathering with my extended family for great food and laughs.

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  142. Can't wait to try out some of these ideas!!! My favorite holiday memory... Well I have so many but I'd have to say waking up Christmas morning with my partner is always my favorite. :)

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  143. Wonderful inspiration y'all. Christmas Eve church service and driving around looking at Christmas lights with my family is one of my best memories.

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  144. yay! I just love everything on here! They are all so fun, pretty and cute!!!

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  145. Awesome projects! One of my favorite holiday memories is about 10 years ago - my family walked out of Christmas Eve mass...and it was snowing! We live in Houston, so this happens rarely! It was really magical for my kids, who were very young at the time.

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  146. I think my favorite holiday memories are the traditions we'd do every year when I was a kid and then those we started with my own kids. At the start if Advent we'd set up the nativity minus Mary, Joseph and the donkey whi started their journey at the opposite end of the house. (Minus Jesus, too, of course!). Each day we'd do Advent activities and move Mary and Joseph closer on their journey. The kids so looked forward to it!!

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  147. My favorite memory is when we baked with my Grandma every holiday. I loved the time we got to spend together and I look forward to doing the same with my family every year.

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  148. I always love these inspiration weeks! My favourite holiday memory from my childhood is making the gingerbread house - I still love making them so much that some years I make more than one.

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  149. my favorite holiday memory is decorating the christmas trees with bubble lights!

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  150. My favorite holiday memory is decorating the Christmas tree with my family :) love the cards!

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  151. My favorite memory from my childhood is going for a ride to see all the Christmas lights. The houses then didn't do the BIG extravaganza displays like some do now, but they were still so special. I liked comparing the houses and finding the ones I liked the best, and it was just fun being together as a family doing something so simple.

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  152. All of these projects are so festive and fun!! One of my favorite holiday memories is relaxing with my husband by the fire, hot drinks in hand, after a beautiful snowshoe hike.

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  153. My favorite holiday memory was when my brother and I found new bikes on Christmas morning...I still have no idea where/how out parents hid them from us!!

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  154. Great ideas! My favorite holiday memory is decorating the house with my family. There wasn't an empty spot to be found!

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  155. You guys have the best DT! My wish list just keeps growing! Thanks, Paulette S.
    craftqueen417 at yahoo
    Google made me create a G+ page for a blog closed in 2012 instead of detaching the dead blogger profile from my google acct, lets see if it worked.

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    1. No, it did not. Still a nightmare to comment. that i forgot to answer the question. As a child, I loved when the ribbon candy was put in a bowl to eat at Christmas time. Thanks! Paulette S.
      http://paulettesprettypapercrafts dot wordpress dot com

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  156. Wow what wonderfully fun projects. Thanks for sharing.
    Some of my best holiday memories are those I shared with my sweet Momma. She has been gone for 25 years now and those memories are priceless.
    Crafty hugs,
    Dawn
    DesignsbyDragonfly.blogspot

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  157. AWESOME projects! My favorite memory is spending time with my grandparents in ND.

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  158. Great projects!! My favorite memory is decorating the christmas tree with the family!!

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  159. Amazing projects. Love the owl on sideways trees and Nicole's video. Her card is tops! Holiday memories of celebrating Christmas and Channuka at the same time are special to me and remind me of years ago when my children were small!!! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  160. Amazing projects. Love the owl on sideways trees and Nicole's video. Her card is tops! Holiday memories of celebrating Christmas and Channuka at the same time are special to me and remind me of years ago when my children were small!!! Thanks for the inspiration.

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  161. The power went out during my grandmother's last Christmas- we all used reindeer light up antlers to see each other's locations & ate tons of sweets when my parents weren't looking! We laughed so much!
    Thank you.

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  162. My favorite memory would be spending the first Christmas with my husband! A truly special time in our life.

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  163. My grandmother would always do a cookie bake with all my cousins every year growing up :)

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  164. I loved and miss playing Santa at night when the kiddies where sleeping! Bringing all the presents out and laying them all around the Christmas tree for them will always be dear to me!

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  165. wonderful Christmas projects. I always remember fondly making christmas cookies and decorating the tree while growing up.

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  166. Love all the projects! My earliest, and favorite holiday memories are all the baking my mom did with my sister and I. And I am still doing it!

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  167. Awesome Projects, I will always remember the smell of Christmas Baking in the house!

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  168. My favorite Christmas memories are the ones that I get to make with my 6 year old son.

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  169. Fabulous DT samples. I think the snow globe is my favorite LF set.

    My favorite holiday memory is all the big family dinners we used to have. And, the smell of a real Christmas tree.

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  170. Such darling ideas from everyone--Love every single one of them! :)

    My favorite memory is the year I woke up to find that Santa had left me a Cabbage Patch Kid. I wanted one sooo bad, but they were in hot demand in 1983. This video totally takes you back. ;)
    http://pix11.com/2014/08/18/from-1983-demand-for-cabbage-patch-kids-causes-chaos-in-stores-across-america/

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  171. My favorite holiday memory would be the year that all of my family traveled to Tennessee to stay together at a bed & breakfast for Christmas! We had aunts, uncles and cousins and we had the entire B&B all to ourselves!

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  172. Cute projects! Favourite holiday memory would be spending quality time together with the whole Family.

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  173. Great projects today!
    My favorite holiday memory playing games with the whole family on Christmas day.

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  174. My favorite holiday memory was the year my husband & I moved out of state. My parents were both a little down that we wouldn't be around for Christmas so we surprised them by showing up on their door step on Christmas Eve. My mom cried, she was so happy.

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  175. My favorite holiday memory is when my parents let me and my sisters put on our pjs and then bundled us up in the car and we drove around the neighborhoods looking at all the Christmas lights and decorations.

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  176. Favorite holiday memory would be when all the family was together on Boxing Day for a dinner - everyone in the family was there - it was wonderful! I really want your snow globe add-on but it's sold out everywhere!

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  177. Darling cards! My favorites are the first and last ones. Too cute! My favorite holiday memories are decorating the tree and waiting for Santa when I was a child.

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  178. My favorite holiday memory is having the whole family over to decorate the Christmas tree. Everyone gets a new ornament each year to add to the tree while we listen to favorite Christmas music and eat Christmas cookies.

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  179. I tweeted about Fawny Holiday Week. It really is the most wonderful time of the year!

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  180. Great projects, thanks for the inspiration!
    My favourite memory is of when my little nephew, who was only just learning to walk, saw his first snow and my brother felled him with a snowball. Bad Uncle David ;) It was hilarious, and captured on camera too!

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  181. I think my favourite holiday memory was a very long time ago, about 17 and a half years ago, my daughter was a small baby and I laid her under the christmas tree and she loved the lights and we had a cute little hanging christmas wind chime and she used to use her little feet to make them chime, so so cute still remember this to this day loved it - I really love Elena's project, so sweet x

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  182. Beautiful... the milk carton decorations are fantastic! My favorite holiday memory is the year we got a kitten. He climbed up inside the tree and it took us forever to coax him out!

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  183. Love the projects! My favorite holiday memory is the expression of happiness in my boys faces when they opened their Chritmas gifts. Priceless memories!

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  184. when I was 6 I received a pink bycicle and a red sleigh...one of my happiest memory ever...
    Cristina
    thehouseoftheblackbirds.blogspot.it

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  185. My mother was in the church choir and every year my parents would host Christmas parties. I loved sitting on the stairs and listening to all of the laughing and singing.

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  186. Oh that plaid Merry is super sweet! The candle light service, or The year grandpa sent 5 boxes! Or when mom bought a little advent tree, or when all our Barbies dressed up for a Christmas picture, or.....too many...

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  187. My favorite holiday memory is first Christmas with my husband Toni. First Christmas in Sweden!! Thanks for the fabulous cards today!

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  188. Since this year will be 6 years since my dad died, just remembering how much he loved Christmas and always found really special gifts for everyone. So those general memories are very special.

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  189. That Yeti and those colors are fabulous! My favorite holiday memory is making cookies with my Gram! Every year we baked cookies for our Christmas Eve dinner!

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  190. Favorite Holiday Memory? It would have to be my first Christmas with my husband last year! :D

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  191. Tweet tweet! I shared info about this week on my twitter feed! :)

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