Monday, December 3, 2012

Sew Mama Sew Giveaway 2

WINNER WINNER WINNER I used a random number generator to select the winner. There were 24 comments left after I filtered out all of the no reply bloggers that didn't leave a e-mail :( I have never done this before and couldn't figure out how to post the picture of the generator so if anyone knows how to do that please let me know thanks.

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and the winner is Comment #17 from Laurel09 Congratulations Laurel09. I have sent you an e-mail.


Welcome to Breanna's Knit Bits

I am glad you stopped by.

I know you want to move along quickly so that you have time to enter all of the awesome giveaways so I will make this quick and easy.

A little bit about my blog: I have been absent for a long time but I am using this giveaway oportunity to get my blog started again. I love to blog about my family, sewing, knitting, spinning, crafting, cooking, baking, and our animals. Our new farm will be featured often as we learn to take care of this land and our new animals.

I bet you want to know what you can win :)

Up for grabs is a set of 2 lovely dinosaur themed burb cloths for that special baby in your life.



You have two opportunities to win but you don't have to do both :) I know you are in a hurry.

1. For one entry please leave a blog comment telling me about your favorite holiday tradition or a quick recipe that you can type from memory.
2. For another entry if you like what you see please subscribe to my blog and leave a comment telling me how you are subscribing. If you are already a subscriber that counts too just tell me in your comment(Thanks in advance for subscribing I would love to have some new readers!!)

Important information

This giveaway will remain open until December 7th 5p.m. PST.

Winner will be chosen at random.

The winner will be announced no later than Sunday December 9th. I will contact the winner via e-mail and I will update the blog post with the winner's name.

Don't forget to leave an easy way for me to get ahold of you if you are a noreply blogger

Don't miss out on all the other great giveaways this week at Sew Mama Sew

Open to US residents only Sorry

24 comments:

mary said...

One of my favorite holiday traditions is baking cookies for my kids and husband and sometimes I give some away as gifts.

mary said...

I started following you.

The Thompsons said...

We love baking cookies as a family and bringing them to neighbors and friends.

Kathy H said...

One of our favorite holiday traditions is to drive through the neighborhoods on Christmas eve to see all the luminaries that are welcoming Christmas.

Kathy H said...

I am a new follower.

Amanda said...

I don't celebrate the holidays, but spending time with family is always lovely.

Suzanne said...

My favorite holiday tradition is making tamales with friends and family. Thanks for the chance to win!
suzanne dot jourdan at gmail dot com

Suzanne said...

I am following on Google homepage

Katie said...

I made some super yummy snacks yesterday that my family ate way to quickly!
Put peanut butter between 2 cheese-it crackers and coat with melted chocolate. I think you're supposed to wait for the chocolate to harden before serving but i know a bunch didn't make it that long at my house.

Katie said...

I am following you on google reader.

cwebb said...

Winter is a great time for the famliy to put together puzzles. so many great conversations during those times.
jjjcwebb at hotmail dot com

Georgia said...

I love driving around and looking at all the Christmas lights!
peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

jeifner said...

Mmm, recipe...For snacks we like to melt some butter, a pat or two, in a sauce pan then add a few cups of cornflakes or cheerio's. In this case do not use the brand name, at least for the cheerio's, because they have a slight coating of sugar which turns gross. Then you toss them around in it and it's toasty and crunchy and delicious. If you want to vary it you can add a dash of garlic or onion powder or parmesan cheese.

Emilia said...

i make an apple pie from my brain...

crust:
1 cup o butter
2 1/4 cups flour
scant cup of cold water

filling:
apples
lil lemon juice
lots of brown sugar and cinnamon
a little bit of flour
(coat apples with sugar, flour, cinn mix before you toss them in the pie crust)
dot with butter ~2Tbls
Bake in oven around 400 F for 45 to 60 mins.

YUMMMMO

Libby said...

I love decorating the Christmas tree on the day after Thanksgiving while listening to Handel's Messiah.

Rachel C said...

Besides baking (of course), I love to drive around with the kids at night looking at the lights and decorations.
rach62803 at yahoo dot com

Laurel09 said...

Going to the tree farm to pick out our live tree is an important tradition for us! Recipe -- easy fresh bread. Mix together 3 cups of flour, some salt, and one packet of dry yeast. Mix. Stir in 1.5 cups of warm water and stir together. Dough will be rough. Set aside in covered bowl for 4-12 hours. When you return to the dough, put an empty dutch oven into an oven and preheat the oven to 450 degrees. Fold the dough over a few times (you may want to sprinkle on flour at this step) and then let it sit for approximately 30 minutes. Drop into hot dutch oven and put the lid on. Bake for 20-30 minutes with lid on and then remove the lid and bake 10 minutes longer. You will have delicious bread with a crisp crackly crust. I love it!

Kylie Carlson said...

I LOVE opening up new pajamas on Christmas Eve- they're always so comfy and they make Christmas Morning pictures SO much better!

Kylie Carlson said...

I'm a GFC follower- Kylie C.

Crunchy Con Mommy said...

when my mom made pie, she always made extra crust and would roll it into little strips and spread a little butter and some cinnamon sugar, then rolls the pieces up like little mini cinnamon rolls. They were so yummy, and we got to eat them hot out of the oven!I do this too when I have extra pie crust now :)

Mary Ann said...

Baking lots of holiday treats!

fern said...

Here's a link for a recipe: http://www.danamadeit.com/2011/11/recipe-double-dark-chocolate-pomegranate-cookies.html

DELICIOUS!!!!

Carmen Nuland said...

My favorite tradition is the get up early on one Sat (or vacation day) in Dec and bake "all" day ... I usually poop out around 3pm :)

lefty.rollins said...

Congrats on starting up the blog again! I know it's a lot of work!

My favorite tradition is having cinnamon rolls baked in the shape of a tree on Christmas morning.