Sunday, November 1, 2009

Christmas Pettiskirt Giveaway!!!

Well it is that time already! Just finished Halloween, but people have had Christmas pettiskirts on the wish list and buying list for the past week! So, I thought what a great giveaway a beautiful red with white fluff pettiskirt. It starts today November 1st and I will keep it open until midnight November 22nd. I will then annouce the winner sometime on November 23rd. It is open to everyone even if you are out of the country. You can choose the size and I will have it to you! So, what do you have to do?? I love traditions and Christmas is my favorite time for traditions and my favorite Holiday! Maybe because I seem to turn 23 again this year!
So:
1) Tell me your favorite Christmas story or tradition, earn an entry
2) Follow my blog or if you are a follower let me know, earn an entry
3) Follow me on Facebook or let me know you already do, earn an entry
4) Follow me on Twitter or let me know you already do, earn an entry

WOW that is 4 possible chances!!! You can find the links to my Twitter and Facebook to the right under Find LuckyGabi! Have fun and come back soon because I have another AMAZING giveaway!!

20 comments:

clarissa@neiding.com said...

one of my most vivid memories of celebrating Christmas as a child was my sister always saying "the sooner you go to sleep the sooner its morning" every Christmas eve. She would go to bed at 7 and end up coming out about a half hour later because she couldn't go to sleep. Happened every year. We still tease her about that.

clarissa@neiding.com said...

follower

clarissa@neiding.com said...

twitter follower

clarissa@neiding.com said...

facebook follower

Tj and Amy said...

I love love love the tradition we on xmas eve that we get to open up our new pair of matching pajamas. I Love it. It's so fun! and so cute to see everyone in their jammies. amypugmire@live.com

Tj and Amy said...

I follow your blog. amypugmire@live.com

Tj and Amy said...

fb fan of yours. amy bolda pugmire. amypugmire@live.com

Tj and Amy said...

I follow u on twitter. 1amypugmire. amypugmire@live.com

The Hutson Family said...

Our favorite Christmas Family Tradition is to make pancakes (birthday party for Jesus) and sing Happy Birthday on Christmas Morning! The kids love it, we keep the true reason for Christmas a part of the day and we can celebrate our Savior's birthday!

The Hutson Family said...

I follow your blog

The Hutson Family said...

I follow on twitter @oneboredmommy

The Hutson Family said...

I'm a fan on facebook too!

Cherry Blossoms said...

1) Our Favorite Christmas tradition is making aebleskivers-which are basically filled pancakes made in a special pan for breakfast and then we go around and read the Christmas story aloud. {a dutch recipe}
2) I am already a follower of your blog!
3) I follow you on facebook {Rob n' Ki Smith}
4) Follow you on Twitter @CherryBlossBaby

Gina said...

We have a couple...
1. Since some of our family id of latin decent, we celebrate with a huge christmas feast that begins a little before midnight on December 24 and continues into the wee morning hours of december 25

2. Since we have a lot of friends and family and it seems that everyone has family and friends to visit on Christmas day, we hold an open house and invite everyone to stop by between let's say 12pm to 7 pm On december 25th to celebrate christmas with us...this way everyone gets to see everyone and there is not an issue with schedules clashing or upset family or friends...wrks well for us! Going to try to figure out the other ways to enter...blog and face book etc... have not done this before...Looking forward to having my little girl show off her new pettiskirt this year during open house!

Gina said...

just got signed up as a follower on your blog...which I love BTW!!!
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Cheers
Gina

Gina said...

Fan on Face Book...yes..now onto the twitter thing!
themightygina@gmail.com
Gina

Gina said...

ok, and now I am officially signed up to get your tweets on twitter...Cool
Gina

Amanda said...

It was the night before Christmas, when all through the house no one was sleeping not even a mouse. See my waters had broken and pains had begun, oh how labour can be so much fun. My son it was his 2nd Christmas - I couldn’t have him miss out! So woke him up with what was probably a pain shout. I made him get up and rip his pressies open, hoping whilst waiting his sisters birth wouldn’t happen. It was his first Christmas that he wanted the toys not the box, but oh those pains were coming fast and a lot! We made it to hospital though in plenty of time and I bet you think that’s the end of this rhyme. However what made this Christmas so memorable to me, was the look on my son opening his pressies! And also the beginning journey of having a daughter to love and cherish and that my friends is the end of my rhyme – finish!

Amanda said...

I am a blog follower :)

Amanda said...

I am a fan on facebook :)