Thursday, July 24, 2014

Christmas in July Blog Hop & Giveaway

Today I am happy to be a part of Gina Martin's Christmas in July Blog Hop! Gina has a new Christmas line out called Folk Art Holiday and it is absolutely gorgeous. Just look at how pretty this pile of selvages is!


Here is the line-up of amazing bloggers that will be sharing their lovely creations during the blog hop.
In case you missed it, my good friend Becca over at Bryan House quilts shared some gorgeous Quilt as You Go pillows yesterday, and today I am going to share my QAYG stockings. I promise we didn't plan it this way :)


I started with a pretty pile of strips that I cut at all different widths, and turned them into some pretty awesome stockings. I have been wanting to make some matching stockings for myself and my 2 boys (the hubby and the baby) and I am so glad that I finally have!


Well I've made stockings for Jeff and I, but I have plenty of strips left over to make 2 more. So William can have one, and mystery baby #2 that we're planning on having next year will have one too!

I didn't use the wood grain for the QAYG portion of the stockings because I knew I wanted to use it for the cuffs. Since there are 4 different colors of the wood grain print, it's going to be perfect for 4 different stockings.

I kept the back simple and used the snowflake print that coordinated with the cuff. I like to have a bunch of snowflakes and wintery themes in my Christmas decorating since we don't get many  any snowy winters here in Houston, TX.

I used 50wt Aurifil #2311 for all of my straight stitch quilting. I absolutely love the color (or lack there of really) of that thread. It's a wonderful eggshell shade that blends really well with most fabrics. QAYG takes a bit of time, so not having to change thread colors between strips is a life saver.

I can't wait to finish up the other two stockings, and then I have to patiently wait for Christmas decorations to hit the stores so I can get some cute stocking holders. This year will be our first Christmas with a fireplace to actually hang stockings on! I am quite excited because I love to decorate for Christmas.

So after all my jabbering :) It is finally time for the giveaway!! Gina has graciously offered up a Layer Cake of Folk Art Holiday for one of my lucky readers. The giveaway will run from now until the end of the Blog Hop on July 31st.
 
How to Enter: 
All you have to do to enter the giveaway is to leave a comment telling me your favorite holiday tradition. Mine is from when I was little and my siblings and I would always sleep in the same room on Christmas Eve, that way no one could sneak to see our presents in the middle of the night. 

Bonus Entry: My followers get an extra entry, Just leave an additional comment telling me how you follow me :) Facebook, Instagram, Bloglovin, GFC, etc.

Thank you everyone for stopping by today, and I hope you liked the stockings I made! I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone else makes with this lovely fabric.

148 comments:

  1. I love your stockings Hilary !
    Every Christmas eve our family go to the midnight service at our church (which is next door!) then everyone comes back for mulled wine and mincepies !

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  2. I like baking lots of cookies and taking them to family, friends and neighbors at Christmas time.

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  3. We slept in our own rooms, but the door to the living room was closed and no one could go in there until everyone was awake and ready. My brother usually came into my room and got me then we went in to our parents room and all went into see what Santa brought together. -- The favorite part now that I'm a grownup is just getting together with my parents, my kids, and my brother and his kids, for some chicken and dressing that my mom cooks just like her mom cooked.

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  4. My favourite holiday tradition is definitely the advent calender - working through it together each night as a family is really special.

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  5. my fave holiday tradition when my kids were little my son (the oldest) would read the night before christmas to my daughter. such a sweet picture i have of that.

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  6. Family gatherings, especially so as we are getting older and many are no longer with us.

    Love the stockings!

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  7. I'm a follower through your e-mails.

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  8. My favorite tradition was started years ago, for as long as I can remember! On Christmas Eve we always had stacks of fruits and candy under the tree but we couldn't eat anything until 6:00 PM! that was the magic hour! Even when we all were married we still gathered at mom and Dad's on Christmas eve for dinner, gift opening and of course the fruit and candies!

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  9. I love the QAYG stockings! My favorite tradition is to buy a new ornament each year that reminds us of something we've done that year. So, when we decorate the tree we have many memories to revisit.

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  10. I love the stockings! They are so cute, and they are on my to-sew list now! When I was younger my sister and I would always exchange gifts on Christmas Eve! :)

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  11. I am a new follower via bloglovin!

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  12. I loved Christmas as a child . . . . soup supper and presents from our family on Christmas Eve . . . then waking up early to see what Santa brought on Christmas morning. One year my folks gave my brothers and me a tape recorder . . . they hid it in a drawer and recorded our gift exchange time, we were so funny! I was probably 11, my older brother was 12 and my younger brother was 3.
    olsonkyla@rocketmail.com

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  13. Your stockings are so cute! I would love to see an in depth tutorial on this. My favorite Christmas tradition is making my mom's fudge recipe with my kids.

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  14. I am a new follower via email.

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  15. Our tradition is Christmas Eve, Our heritage is Polish and we have our traditional dinner with special foods that we prepare...i am happy to say that my children carry on the traditions...and i follow you on your blog and FB thanks!!!

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  16. HAPPY TO FOLLOW YOU ON BLOG LOVIN' !

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  17. HI, your stockings are so neat! Thanks for sharing the Tutorial!
    My favorite Christmas Tradition is gathering together with our family and friends to read of Jesus's Birth and share with each other! Thank You for a fine giveaway!

    msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  18. My favorite Christmas tradition is baking as many cookies as I possibly can and giving them out to everyone that I know! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  19. Every year my grand children come over the week before Christmas and we make Christmas cookies and candy for every on in the family.

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  20. my favorite tradition is very family related .... my birthday is Christmas EVE and i LOVE having all my family home at my house ... so i can cook for them and we can open gifts and catch up on all the blessings of the year! It's a very special time for us all! :)

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  21. I also follow you on Facebook and Instagram! Great inspiration!

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  22. Favorite--making gingerbread houses with my kids.

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  23. These stocking are so cute. I am loving seeing the Christmas fabric and projects. It's totally getting me in the mood. My favorite Christmas tradition is helping my Dad my Hungarian Kifli's a few days before Christmas. Then my Dad won't let anyone eat ANY of them until Christmas morning. So yummy!!!

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  24. I am loving seeing the Christmas fabric and the cute projects. Totally putting me in the mood for Christmas. My favorite Christmas tradition is baking Hungarian Kifli's with my Dad. So yummy!!!

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  25. Cute stockings! Having something for the fireplace is even more fun since it won't get used with an actual fire in Houston. :) My favorite thing is all the Christmas foods and spending time with family since we all live so far apart.

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  26. Hands down, my favorite holiday tradition is Christmas Eve service at church....

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  27. I follow you on Facebook! Gig 'em...

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  28. Love the stockings...I'm always in the mood for Christmas sewing...

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  29. I found you via Moda Fabrics on Pinterest and I'm very glad I did. Love your blog!

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  30. We share a similar tradition. All of the cousins would pile in one bed and "sleep" together on Christmas Eve. Neither the kids nor the parents had much sleep with all the whispers and giggles, but we sure had fun.

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  31. Cute stockings!
    My favorite tradition is watching A Christmas Carol on Christmas Eve, followed by scripture reading, and opening presents from family. Then we would put our stockings out with our small pile of gifts, so that Santa could know which pile was each of ours and fill our stockings with candy.
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  32. I will follow you on Bloglovin!
    reillyr2(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  33. My favorite things of Christmas are church, family and food, or some combination of all three.

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  34. I love your stockings! One of our traditions is to ride around the weekend before Christmas and look at all of the lights and decorations in our neighborhood. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  35. Our favorite tradition is all 3 boys have to sit on the steps and let me take a pic on Xmas morn before they go in to see what Santa left. They are 16 18 and 20 but still do it!

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  36. Love Christmas always have, decorating, and a tradition I started a few years ago, making a new decoration, for that year, this year I'm trying to make three stocking for the three new grandbabies I've started but these look a lot easier,, thanks for the inspiration . I follow ob fb

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  37. My favorite Christmas memory is decorating the tree and turning on the lights for the first time. We always had a fresh cut tree my dad cut himself. Sometimes it was a Charlie Brown tree, but that didn't matter.

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  38. Santa always left the stockings on the kid's beds so they could open them in the morning while mom and dad got a bit more sleep!

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  39. Our family bakes Christmas cookies every year. The kids decorate and the adults taste test.

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  40. we would go to bed extra early so santa could come

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  41. Your stockings are so cute. My favorite tradition is a rather recent one. My hubby and I spend the night with our daughter and her family Christmas eve so we can see the grandkids' reactions Christmas morning. The last 2 years our son and DIL have been in town too so it's been a real free for all with loads of family fun.

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  42. We gather a couple of weeks before Christmas and have a bake-a-thon making all kinds of cookies.

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  43. My favorite Christmas custom has become baking LOTS of cookies as gifts for our neighbors!

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  44. My favorite Christmas tradition was staying up until midnight on Christmas eve and always talking my parents into letting us open presents! Thanks for the giveaway!

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  45. I follow you on bloglovin and Facebook! Thanks

    tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

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  46. decorating the christmas tree and eating freshly baked biscuits

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  47. Decorating the house and the tree with my kids is my favorite tradition. Thank you for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  48. I follow you with GFC
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  49. The kids would open a present on Christmas Eve, then we would get up early in the morning and open presents. Then my Dad would make biscuits and gravy and we would all fall back to sleep. I love Christmas with my family!

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  50. i follow on BL-karrie smith. ksmith8@emich.edu

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  51. Every Christmas Eve the kids put on new Christmas pajamas, hang a new ornament on the tree and we listen to the story "Polar Express". After that the kids go upstairs and sleep in the same room.

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  52. My favorite Christmas tradition is to have the kids in the family decorate the Christmas tree. Sometimes it turns out lop sided, or sometimes all the decorations are all at one level depending on the height of the kids, or sometimes all the decorations are all in one space depending on the age of the kids, but the tree is always absolutely beautiful! Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  53. I follow you by Bloglovin.

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  54. My favorite holiday tradition is much like yours. When I was little I got to sleep upstairs with my big brothers and after Santa came he would always shout "HO HO HO" up the stairs. Funny.. He sounded just like someone I knew!!
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  55. I follow Young Texan Mama on Bloglovin.
    kdavis1@centurytel.net

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  56. I love doing Advent with my girls. I made a calendar with pockets, and every day they get to get their prize (typically earrings, bracelets, nail polishes, lip glosses, candy, etc.)

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  57. Hi there! I just discovered your blog from Gina's special blog hop and your stockings are absolutely fabulous! I love them and I'm sure William will love his new stocking too! Thanks so much for sharing! I'm so happy I have found you and your delightful blog and I'm your newest follower. :)
    My favorite holiday memory is similar to yours. My baby sister and I would always sleep in my room on Christmas Eve and I would read the Night Before Christmas to her, then we would TRY to sleep, usually will little success. The earliest we were allowed up was around 7am and I remember peeking down the long hallway and seeing bulging stockings filled to the rim with goodies so I knew Santa had visited!!! :D Thanks for bringing back a very sweet memory and letting me share. :)

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  58. When my girls were younger we would go to a tree farm and walk for what seemed like hours to find the perfect tree. The smell was piney. Also the baking of their favorite cookies! So much fun! Your stocking was so cute. I am in need of making one for my grandson!

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  59. We always go to the Christmas Eve service at church. Love your stockings!

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  60. I follow you on Instagram.

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  61. My favorite tradition when our children were at home was baking their favorite recipe of cookie with each one of them - special time together.

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  62. I remember that Mom and Dad always bought a lot of presents at Christmas time. Wonderful clothes, Mom bought or made me. I carried the tradition on with my three children, having many gifts, as we could afford. With 3 children, even 4 a piece made many gifts under the tree. jlblvn@gmail.com

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  63. My favorite tradition was making tons of cookies. We had such a variety, and mess, especially with the icing!

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  64. Our family Christmas tradition is for our entire family to go to church together for a candle light service on Christmas Eve and have a special meal afterwards.

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  65. I love the print you used for the backs of your stockings. My favourite tradition is the whole family getting together on boxing day (the 26th) to exchange christmas presents and to celebrate my uncles birthday.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  66. I follow via Bloglovin'. QAYG sounds fun and this blog hop is giving me plenty of ideas. Thanks! notwendy gmail

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  67. Our family tradition is taking the tree down before July. But seriously, we've never gone past March. : )
    Bailey's around the fire place on Christmas Eve since we were little. I'm pretty sure ours was mostly milk - we weren't too sophisticated and discerning at that age. Thanks! notwendy gmail

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  68. Two of my favorite traditions is that we get a Christmas puzzle going in the tree room and people work on it off and on, the catch is the gifts can't be opened until the puzzle is finished! It's fun to see the kids interest in the puzzle increase the closer we get to Christmas Day! The second one is individually wrapping about seven children's books for my niece and nephews to pick one each night to unwrap and read before bed! Thanks for the chance!

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  69. Nail so follow via bloglovin!

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  70. When the Kiddo's were lil', we would Jammie them up & have hot chocolate & cookies...and Dad read the Christmas Story before they went to bed. They are all grown w/own kiddo's now...sooo...I bake cookie's with the Grangirlie's & we make Caramel Corn & Fudge now too. Still great fun around here! :)

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  71. I Follow you thru Bloglovin :)

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  72. What great stockings! My favorite holiday tradition is our family's annual white elephant gift exchange. I keep my eyes open all year for the gifts that will make people groan.

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  73. Great stockings! I used to do the cookies and candy, lots of fun but really I like the Christmas Eve midnight service followed by Breakfast and cards and games. Lots of fun.

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  74. Your stockings are fantastic, thanks for sharing how you made them! I love the folk art christmas fabrics, have just bought some charm packs of them; thanks for the chance to win!

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  75. I'm new to your blog and now follow you by email. Love this fabric collection.

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  76. We always opened one present after midnight mass then had to wait till everyone was up to open the rest on Christmas day. My mother always made beautiful fruit shaped and painted marzipan for Christmas.

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  77. I follow you on Bloglovin :)

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  78. My favorite Christmas tradition is a special food my grandma makes - meatballs made with ham and pork called ham balls.

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  79. My favorite tradition is putting up the tree.
    Theresa N
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  80. I love the stockings, QAYG is such a great method. My favourite tradition is all of us opening stockings together on the big bed in the morning. x

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  81. I follow you on Facebook. x

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  82. My favorite Christmas tradition is that we open our presents after breakfast and AFTER the dishes are done! My, do the kids scurry around to get the dishes washed while I get to enjoy my coffee! We always come downstairs together early Christmas morning and open stockings. Then my husband and I fix a nice breakfast served on our special Christmas morning dishes. By opening presents after breakfast, it stretches Christmas morning and makes it so lovely!
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  83. I follow you (from Dallas) via Bloglovin.
    tstanulis@verizon.net

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  84. The only real family tradition we had growing up was that we needed to clean the house prior to opening presents!

    Now that we're all grown but often broke, me & my siblings & all the S.O.'s (7 people in total) have started doing a white elephant ornament exchange - since getting a tree every year is the one personal tradition I have (yes, I know, it's basic, but I didn't grow up with it, so it's a start!), it's nice to get cute ornaments. Well, they aren't always cute and sometimes get saved for a different white elephant. We also do (not so secret) secret Santa. It's actually worked out pretty well - we all spend less money, a lot of the pressure is taken off, and the presents given / gotten are actually nicer.

    jhunsberger (at) gmail (d0t) c0m

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  85. One of the Christmas traditions we started was to celebrate on Christmas Eve and bring small gifts and play bingo so that everyone walks away with a gift. The children love to play and the rest of the family eagerly awaits the gift surprises all while enjoying family and great food.

    tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  86. What a fun tradition! Not a Christmas tradition, but we always go bowling and then out for ice cream on New Year's Day.

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  87. Cute stockings! My favorite tradition is baking (well... ok, maybe it's the eating of the baking!). It's even more fun now that I have 2 little "helpers"! Thanks! Sarah:crjandsbj(at)netzero(dot)com

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  88. My favorite tradition is doing the advent candles every week till Christmas. sarah@forrussia.org

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  89. I follow via bloglovin. sarah@forrussia.org

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  90. We spend midsummers on my friends summer cottage :)

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  91. I like the pre-pre Christmas tradition from our days of living in Germany, we put a boot or shoe outside our door on Dec. 6th and St. Nik fills it, I have started the tradition with my kids too and so has my brother!

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  92. My sisters, cousins, and I get together to make and decorate gingerbread houses

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  93. Loving your QAYG stockings, so adorable. My favorite family tradition is having homemade caramel rolls Christmas morning. My Dad used to make them, and now my husband does. CDahlgren at live dot com

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  94. I follow on bloglovin. CDahlgren at live dot com

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  95. I love the matching stockings! My goal is to make a set for my family eventually. When I was a kid, we would hang up our stockings and Santa would fill them up (and they were huge - as an adult it comes past my knee) and leave them draped over the foot of our beds. My sister and I would take them into my parent's room and play with our new toys while my parents lounged in bed - win-win! I definitely want to continue this tradition with my son.

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  96. my favorite holiday tradition is having Christmas eve dinner and watching Christmas movies all night

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  97. i follow on bloglovin- http://www.bloglovin.com/amandawhitley92372

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  98. One of my favourties is New Years Day. It's also my Dad's birthday, so whatever the hangovers are like, we head over to their house and have a nice family dinner. I's more low key than Christmas dinner so nice an laid back.

    Colouring in hard boiled eggs, then finding a hill to go and roll them down on Easter morning is another family favourite. It's a tradition that's really coming into it's own again now the kids are a good age for it (3 & 5)

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  99. My favourite Christmas tradition would have to be Christmas Eve, my parents come up and watch the carols with us, I read night before Christmas with my boys and we have a mini feast with seafood etc

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  100. My high school friends who are back in town all meet up on Christmas night and I love to see them and to hear about their family events.

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  101. Going with my family to the mountains to pick and cut our tree.

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  102. Just started following on Bloglovin

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  103. My mom didn't like to wake up early, so Santa came to our house on Christmas Eve. After dinner, we would get into the car to go look at Christmas lights. But all of the adults suddenly discovered a need to use the bathroom. So us kids would wait and wait in the car. Finally, we could go for our drive. When we got home, we found that Santa had been there. Mom could sleep in!

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  104. New sets of PJ's on Christmas eve for everyone!

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  105. My favorite tradition is decorating the Christmas tree!

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  106. I am a new follower with blog lovin.'

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  107. I love your stockings - I need to make some this year for my family! My favorite tradition is St. Lucia's Day with my family!

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  108. I am a new follower on GFC

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  109. One of my favorite traditions is to get in the car & ride around looking at Christmas lights! I still do it even though my kids are grown & have their own new traditions with their kids!

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  110. My husband and I have the only child on both sides of our families, so Christmas Day is celebrated at our home. I love it, my son thinks it's fantastic that he gets to stay home and everyone comes to our house. Thanks for showing us your lovely Christmas stockings, they came out great. ;->

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  111. I've been following through Bloglovin.

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  112. My favorite tradition is driving around together each year (usually with hot cocoa too) to look at all the different lights people have put up!

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  113. Our favorite family tradition at Christmas time is to drive around the town at night to see all the lights and decorations!! Love your stockings and this is a perfect idea for me because I want to make new ones for us... Matching ones would be nice too!

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  114. The stockings are so cute and I love how you used multiple fabrics. Thank you! My favorite holiday tradition is going with my family to the Christmas tree farm and finding our tree. We make a day of it and it always kicks off the Christmas season for me.

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  115. My kids are still young so we don't have traditions started too much yet, but when I was little we were always allowed to open one gift on Christmas Eve. Because my sister and I were close in age we would usually get the same thing from everyone so we would plan what gift we would open!

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  116. The grandkids get new pjs and a new movie to watch on Christmas Eve.

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  117. My favorite family Christmas tradition is painting raw sugar cookies with egg yolk paint and then baking them. Masterpieces!! kthurn@bektel.com

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  118. I am a new follower on Bloglovin. Found you through the Christmas Blog Hop. kthurn@bektel.com

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  119. A tradition we loved doing was going to the lake to see the bald eagles (they show up in our area at Christmas) and have cookies and hot chocolate. We would do this on Christmas Eve, but now the kids are grown and gone but we have those memories.

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  120. I am new to FB and I believe I 'liked' your page

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  121. I now LIKE you on Facebook! yay! :D

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  122. And I now follow you on Bloglovin' and I subscribe to your blog via email. :)

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  123. When we were young my Sister, Brother and I were allowed to open a gift on Christmas Eve and it was always a new pair of P.J.'s. When Hubby and I had our 4 Daughters we did the same and now my Daughters are carrying on the same tradition.

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  124. I found your Blog because of this Christmas Blog Hop and I am now following on Bloglovin.

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  125. My favorite tradition was at my grandparents. The Christmas tree was up, but not decorated, when my brother and I went to bed on Christmas Eve. After 'Santa Claus came', we were woken up to a beautiful sight -- a decorated/lit tree, presents under the tree, a fire in the fireplace, and eggnog and cookies for all!! We all opened our presents and then after all the merriment, all went to bed. The bonus, is on Christmas morning, my brother and I could play with our new gifts, and the adults could sleep in!! I followed a modified tradition with my own children, and my youngest, loved it.

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  126. I also found your blog because of this blog hop, and I am now following you on Pinterest

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  127. LOVE the cross-stitch! In my spare time (ahahahaha) I love to cross-stitch after the baby is asleep. :) Right now our favorite Christmas tradition has to be making new ones with our daughter. We loved watching Grinch with her last year for her first Christmas.

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  128. I love the tradition of opening one gift on xmas eve. It cuts down the urge to want to shake the presents to guess whats inside, lol never! This stocking idea is fantastic but i would embroider our names on the tops. Fun idea! Thanks

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  129. Now that I have kids, I love putting out the cookie for Santa and the carrots for the reindeer and experiencing the magic of Christmas through their eyes

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  130. We really enjoy driving around looking at all the beautiful lights. Your stockings are adorable! Thank you!

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