Monday, December 3, 2012

Giveaway Day! (Yup, it's the Ornaments.)

So I've been blogging for a while now, and somehow I always manage to be completely oblivious to the fact that Sew Mama Sew's giveaway day is coming. Every single everloving time. This time, I caught wind last night. Phew. I was still tempted to get lazy, but I knew if I did I would later regret missing out on the fun.



And besides that, I have to celebrate/announce/getsweatyinmyarmpitsabout the fact that I've decided to re-open the old Etsy shop! (OLD. I'm talking, it's been awhile- like since before I got an iPhone and before anyone knew Mitt was a name.)



I bet you will be shocked and flabbergasted to find out that I'm selling....


....these. Are you sick of them yet? People seem to be partial to nostalgia in felt form at Christmas time. We'll see if their wallets are equally partial. Am I taking down the free pattern and tutorial for these? No way. You should still make them for yourselves and for your Christmas gifts if you want to. Just don't do other things that might be considered mean by most humans.



But for YOU today, no wallets need be involved if you would like to try to win your own set! All 7 hand stitched felt ornaments can be yours, just enter by leaving me a comment telling me what your favorite Christmas TV special was growing up. Obviously, it doesn't have to be CB, there are many good ones to choose from. I'll choose a winner at random by Friday.




A second random winner will get a full yard of this amazing fabric called Drop Cloth in Plum by Jay McCarroll for FreeSpirit.  I am lucky enough to have 2 yards of it. One for me, one for you. 



If you are new here from Sew Mama Sew, I'll hope you'll take a minute to look around A Little Gray. My name is Jessica and I sew A LOT. I've got a few new Christmas patterns and tutorials on the right sidebar there, just click on the pictures to see more. I've also got some other tutorials in the tab on top, mostly related to kids clothing. I sew very often for my 2 kids Hendrix and Elsie. If you want to see some of that stuff, you should check out the things I made for the sewing and design competition Project Run & Play. Or look at the movie-inspired kids clothing I've made in an ongoing series with Kristin called Film Petit. (We have a REALLY good one coming up in the next couple weeks!!!)  I make a lot of quilts and smaller projects as well. I hope you'll poke around and make yourself known. 



So thanks for coming over from Giveaway Day, I can't wait to read your comments. I'll be stitching up your ornaments while I do!

  • Leave a comment about your have Christmas movie or tv special.
  • Make sure your email address is in your comment or blogger account.
  • One entry per person, two random winners by Friday.
  • U.S. entries only please.

**** also be sure to check out the OTHER giveaway I have going on today for Go To Patterns!****









229 comments:

  1. Daggonit, I didn't know about this give-away day! I'll have to remember for next year...

    Anywho! Favorite Christmas show of all time is "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer"!!! I love the elf who wanted to be a dentist. :)

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  2. Charlie Brown Christmas was!!! I was just telling my husband last night how much I loved it and was wishing it was on!

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  3. I love these Jessica! My boys flipped when they saw them and I swear I was going to make them myself but . . . since there might be a chance to win them . . .

    My favorite moving growing up was definitely "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas". I wanted to be Amy Lou Who

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  4. My favorite movie is the rudolf one - ya know, the one with the snowman that is oh so conviently placed to the right of my comment box. It used to be on TV all the time? Ha. How that was clear as mud!

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  5. These are awesome! I loved all the holiday Charlie Brown shows, but I really liked A Christmas Story. The whole bunny onesie and the "you'll shoot your eye out" thing always made me smile.

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  6. For me it's a toss up between Garfield Christmas (which they sadly never seem to show anymore) and Twas the Night Before Christmas.

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  7. I love the marathon showing of A Christmas Story!

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  8. I love these ornaments, and Charlie Brown is my favorite special for all the holidays! And the Grinch :)

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  9. My favorite Christmas special was always Charlie Brown! I love Rudolph the Red nosed Reindeer as well!

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  10. These ornaments are just too cute! Mickeys Christmas Carol is my favorite holiday movie. Wish they would still play it on TV so my kids could watch it.

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  11. I love the Charlie Brown Christmas and Frosty the Snowman. I still watch them around this time of year. Oh, I also love "It's a Wonderful Life."

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  12. Punky Brewster was my all time favorite show. I somehow missed out on the habitat but love that line and pick it up when I can find it.

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  13. I love Charlie Brown Christmas! Thanks for the chance!
    mjp0419 at gmail dot com

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  14. I have to go with A Christmas Story...you'll shoot your eye out kid.

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  15. i love charlie brown -- that scene with linus on the stage? i cry every time.

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  16. I loved the claymation Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer. My 3 year old daughter, however, is in LOVE love love with Charlie Brown - we watched the Great Pumpkin at Halloween, the Thanksgiving Special at Thanksgiving, and now Charlie Brown Christmas is on at least weekly (with the soundtrack on much more often). Anyhow, she would love these, I would love these (and even if I don't win I'm totally going to scope out the tutorial - fun!!)

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  17. My daughter (she's 3) is in love with the Charlie Brown Christmas Special. I personally loved Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer every year. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  18. The ornaments are really cute. I think growing up I liked most shows, but I do like Frosty the Snowman and Charlie Brown's Christmas.

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  19. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer is my favorite!
    Love that fabric, very mod!!

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  20. oh man. I would love these since I am already overwhelmed making gifts AND rudolph inspired stockings!

    Yes, it was always Rudolph.

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  21. My favorite Christmas movie is Christmas Vacation, but my favorite thing to catch on tv is The Year Without Santa Claus (Snow Miser and Heat Miser, lol). :)
    destlair(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  22. A Christmas Story, always classic!

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  23. It's a toss up for me between Love Actually and Christmas Vacation....depends on my mood.

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  24. I always liked seeing any version of "the Nutcracker"! My husband LOVES Charlie Brown Christmas though and I'm pretty sure I already pinned your ornaments and was planning to stitch some up. Winning them would sure save me some work! lol.

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  25. My favorite is A Christmas Story, though I also catch Elf and White Christmas every year

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  26. I printed your template out yesterday with visions of making them, but I'd love to win some right from the horses mouth much more! Favorite Christmas special = Home Alone. But I've always had a soft spot for It's A Wonderful Life too.

    One...two...ten.

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  27. Definitely A Christmas Story. No second thoughts about that! I've managed to collect so many of them on DVD or Blu Ray though so rather than waiting for them to come on tv I just pop one in whenever I want to (usually in October). I just watched The Charlie Brown Christmas 2 weekends ago!

    Fawn

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  28. Charlie Brown's Christmas is hands down my fav and my bff - I will never be sick of seeing your sweet set of ornaments and am making a set for my bff - would love to win a set for myself ! lol thank you and good luck opening the old etsy shop!

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  29. A Christmas Story - I'm a child of the 80's, what can I say? And, of course, National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation! Love your ornaments, they are super cute, I'm very glad to have found your site!

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  30. My personal favorites are either The Christmas Story or Emmet Otter's Jug Band Christmas! As a family we love to watch Elf together and already have at least 6 times since our tree went up a week ago!! I'd love to see those ornaments on there! ;)

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  31. My favorite Christmas movie is National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. That movie cracks me up every time I see it!

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  32. I love watching the Home Alone movies at Christmas time :)

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  33. Cute ornaments!!! :) The shows I most remember from growing up are Rudolph and Frosty. Now I like the Grinch and Elf. :)

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  34. OMG I love these ornaments! My favorite movies were Charlie Brown and A Christmas Story. I'm working my way towards a tree full of handmade ornaments, these would be perfect on there! I'm pinning the tutorial in case I don't win. Thanks!

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  35. love your ornaments! my favorite growing up was the rudolph special. now it is 'it's a wonderful life' which my husband and i sob through every year. thanks for the giveaway!

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  36. Charlie Brown and the Grinch were my favorites.

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  37. Elf and The Grinch Who Stole Christmas are the two movies we ALWAYS watch.

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  38. how cute! elf! i watched it last night and it was great!

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  39. Karen auntkarenshouse@yahoo.comDecember 3, 2012 at 10:34 AM

    My all-time favorite is Christmas Vacation. No matter how many times I've seen it, I laugh at the same stuff just as hard every time.

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  40. I still love Charlie Brown Christmas, and Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer. I sing along. It drives me kids nuts. ;)

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  41. We always loved A Charlie Brown Christmas - and the Sesame Street christmas special with Big Bird, too.

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  42. I loved "The First Christmas" (little blind shepherd boy regains sight) and "Small One" (unwanted donkey ends up with a very important job). Apparently I like everyone to be at a slight disadvantage in my Christmas viewing...

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  43. I love Frosty. My sil would die for those ornaments!! Now would I rather win to give or win to keep and make something fun?? This could kill me!! jrae_228 at yahoo dot com

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  44. Elf and 4 Christmases (and of course Rudolph and Charlie Brown!)

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  45. Hmmm...it would have to be either Charlie Brown or Frosty the Snowman. Loved both of those! Now our tradition is to watch "A Christmas Story" every year. My brothers & I can just about quote the movie verbatim :)

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  46. charlie brown is pretty depressing when you watch it as a grown up. i grew up w no tv, so i'm not nostalgic for tv specials. i do really love our traditions of christmas eve, opening a present early. so fun!

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  47. Let's see......Charlie Brown, Frosty the Snowman, Rudolph, Christmas Story, the Grinch ~ How to choose? We'll pick Charlie Brown because it is my son't too. Thanks for the giveaway. I saw the tutorial, and wondered if I had time to make them. Hopefully I won't have to!

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  48. I loved the Garfield Christmas special growing up (well...I still love it)

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  49. Oh my gosh. I would LOVE these. I just saw your tutorial for these the other day but knew I wouldn't have time to make them myself before Christmas. I thought they were super cute.

    My favorite movie is still "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" - the original one although the one with Jim Carey is funny. I love "A Christmas Story" though too.

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  50. I was really into Frosty.

    My boys are obsessed (OBSESSED!!!) with the Peanuts right now. My oldest son (he's 8) would flip out if he found these ornaments in his stocking, so thanks for the chance!

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  51. Your ornaments are too cute! My favorite Christmas show is Rudolph. I love watching it and remembering my childhood and happy Christmas memories.

    Thank you for a wonderful and generous giveaway and a chance to win. Two winners! Woot! Woot! You Rock!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  52. I'm a new follower via GFC.

    Thanks again for a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  53. I always loved watching Frosty the Snowman!

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  54. I can't remember what it's called--how ridiculous is that?--but it's the claymation one that begins with the orphaned Kris Kringle, follows him through his romance with Jessica (the future Mrs. Klaus) and introduced us to Bergermeister Meisterberger and the idea that kids pay Santa for toys with kisses. (Kind of creepy.) In a more classical tone, my favorite live action movie for the holidays is Holiday Inn.

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  55. These ornaments are adorable! I'd love them for my tree. My favorite Christmas tv show growing up was the Peanuts Christmas special. Thanks for the chance to win!
    mvlouie99(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  56. I love the charlie brown christmas actually, especially the music. Can't believe you have the drop cloth fabric - awesome!

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  57. I have always loved Rudolph! So glad my kids do, too. And your ornaments are awesome!

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  58. I love a Garfield Christmas and Charlie Brown Christmas. Does that mean a have a short attention span? lol

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  59. The snowman, narrated by david bowie!

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  60. my favorite Christmas movie is the Family Man. I love both items you have up for the giveaway, so generous of you!

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  61. My favorite Christmas TV special was Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
    lisa(at)vetteklisa(dot)com

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  62. ack!!! Those ornaments are seriously to die for!!!!!
    My favorite tv special was Emmitt Otter's Jugband Christmas. It was actually a tv special before I was born, and my mom recorded it on vhs. I totally wore the VHS out! My favorite christmas movies are the tim allen Santa Clause trio now, but those were never a tv special :) I can go on alllllll day about Christmas movies!

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  63. Our family favorite is A Christmas Story!

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  64. My favorite holiday movie is Holiday Inn - it's the best, you seriously MUST watch it. Also, I LOVE these ornaments. How brilliant are you to think of them!!

    elisabeth [dot] woo @gmail.com

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  65. Mickey's Christmas Carol! I finally got it in DVD last year.
    beth(dot)sebastian(at)gmail(dot)com

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  66. Charlie Brown's Christmas!! Because of watching it as a kid, with the Dolly Madison commercials even. :)

    Then it would hve to be Holiday Inn - because my parents would watch it with us and talk about war time and old movies and we'd all have cocoa.

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  67. deb m (sdnmarinucci@juno.com)December 3, 2012 at 4:22 PM

    Watched Frosty with my 16 year old son last week, somehow he managed to go 16 years without seeing it, and he loved it! I know, it's corney, but anything that makes him happy is great to me!

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  68. Those ornaments are awesome and so is that fabric. I loved all the Christmas cartoons that came on, I made sure to watch them all. I just tried to watch Rudolph for the first time with my almost 3year old and he wasn't interested (I could have cried but will try again next year). Thanks for the giveaway and chance to win.

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  69. I preferred Charlie Brown's "It's a great pumpkin"

    For Xmas I love the Grinch!

    (I'd love those ornaments!! They rock!)

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  70. I still love "It's a Wonderful Life."

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  71. My favorite has to be the original Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. It is classic.
    Thanks,
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  72. Charlie Brown! Same as my mama who will get these if I win.

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  73. My husband and I like to watch Christmas Vacation to get some laughs, but I think It's a Wonderful Life is my REAL favorite Christmas movie. :)

    Kelly

    Kellytuttle@hotmail.com

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  74. I love Elf and A Christmas Story!
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  75. Seems like I should say Charlie Brown but I'm going with The Grinch

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  76. Charlie Brown Christmas is what my son asks for all the time. He's such a Charlie Brown fan!! (as am I). I always have to watch, "While you were Sleeping". heather738(@)gmail(dot)com

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  77. How can it not be CB?? I want these so badly!

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  78. CB was the favorite as a child, of course. As an adult though it has to be Elf. I am now in LOVE with your tree skirt! You had me at the ornaments... and then.... the tree skirt!!??!!! :)

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  79. I enjoy so many, but always look forward to Charlie Brown and White Christmas. Miss the Garfield Christmas special too, that was always good.
    Thanks for the tutorial too, so if I don't win I can make my own, such cute ornaments.

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  80. I like the TV show with Burl Ives as the voice...maybe it was Rudulph. That was always a cute one. I'd love to be in the running for the yd of fabric! Thanks so much for the giveaway.

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  81. Fumy you should ask, today, anyway. My favorite Christmas special was, and always will be, A Charlie Brown Christmas. And here's where the funny part comes in: I work at a big box home improvement store, and we started playing Christmas music, interspersed with the regular music, the day after Thanksgiving. Which is nice, because it's not too much of a good thing, and hopefully I won't be sick of listening to it by the time Christmas gets here. Anyway, I had just announced to my co-workers that I was going to lunch, when all of a sudden I realized that the theme song from A Charlie Brown Christmas was on. I said, "I can't go to lunch now, I have to stay until this song is finished!" (I'm 52, in case you were wondering.) My co-workers cracked up. I love that song- it instantly brings to mind lots of good childhood memories. Your ornaments are so cute! My sister would love them. (She's an even bigger kid than I am.) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  82. My favorite is the old, animated how the grinch stole Christmas. But I'm partial to Charlie Brown too. Both have great music!

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  83. i like the grinch stole christmas, but thats the only christmas movie i watched. wait, thats not true. i watched the christmas carol and REALLY loved it. so the christmas carol it is!

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  84. I loved (and still do love) The Grinch. When I was little it was the cartoon, but now I'm really enjoying the Jim Carrey version :) Your ornaments are great!

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  85. Miracle on 34th street is my favorite. These ornaments are SO cute!

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  86. A charlie brown Christmas, for sure.
    Thanks for the giveaway and please enter mine.

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  87. it's not entirely a christmas movie, but i'm a total sucker for meet me in st. louis. i just melt when judy garland sings have yourself a merry little christmas at the end. but i also love the shop around the corner, the family stone, and elf. and if you've never seen remember the night (with barbara stanwyck and fred macmurray) you must. seriously, so good.

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  88. I love Christmas Vacation.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

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  89. Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer is definitely a favorite in our house, but Charlie Brown comes in a close second. I love your giveaway - I've been admiring the ornaments since your first posted them (sigh - I need to get better at hand sewing!), and I've been trying to find someplace that still has the purple drop cloth in stock!

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  90. My favorite was always The Grinch, though Miracle on 34th St. (the original) was a close second! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  91. I totally pinned these! We love the Charlie Brown holiday videos.

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  92. My fav is honestly Charlie Brown because at the very end they give the true meaning of Christmas… Christ! I love your blog!
    lisa.edmisson@gmail.com

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  93. Oh I love Charlie Brown too! Thanks for the giveaway and you have a lovely blog!

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  94. Frosty, Rudolph, how to choose?

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  95. HA! Those are SO cute. I love em.

    I love It's a Wonderful Life the best. And Charlie Brown comes next. :)
    Genevieve

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  96. My two faves are A Charlie Brown Christmas and How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
    "Maybe Christmas, he thought, doesn't come from a store. Maybe Christmas, he thought, means a little bit more."

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  97. I love Rudolph and A Year Without a Santa Claus (both are those Rankin Bass puppet cartoons).

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  98. We watch Charlie Brown Christmas every year without fail on Christmas Eve, and then we watch a Christmas Story every Christmas morning while drinking our coffee and watching the kids play!

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  99. I love Charlie Brown Christmas! That really is my favorite Christmas tv special. :)

    michaelacking(at)gmail(dot)com

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  100. I can't remember the name of my favorite but it had Heatmeiser is it and he's trying to ruin Christmas... ringing any bells?

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  101. I love that fabric! My fave movie is definitely A Christmas Story!
    webduck27(at)comcast(dot)net

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  102. Does the series finale Christmas special of the UK Office count? When Tim takes Dawn into the conference room and you DON'T get to hear what he says...the best. For a more traditional, family friendly favorite - Muppet Christmas Carol.

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  103. My favorite is A Charlie Brown Christmas - a classic that still holds true.

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  104. That Jay McCarroll fabric is some of my favorite! I've been drooling over it for months!. My favorite Christmas movie is probably Love Actually. Can you really beat Hugh Grant boogying to Jump?

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  105. My fav christmas movie is Elf!
    sshuttrbugg at aol dot com

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  106. Oh, this is adorable! They definitely have a fun nostalgic feel. I'd have to say my favorite special is Rudolph.

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  107. I have been a follower for a long time, and I am definitely not tired of the ornaments :) We LOVE Elf!

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  108. Charlie Brown was my favorite, too... of course, we didn't have a lot of other options back in the day... ;-)

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  109. My all time favorite is snoopy and the gang! So my favorite tv special is charlie brown's christmas. My favorite real people movie is White christmas.

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  110. My all time favorite is "Elf." We have the DVD, and watch it every year. LOVE those ornaments and the fabric.

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  111. Love these!! My favorite special was the claymation with Hermie the dentist. I have all sorts of Hermie decorations now. I think it is Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. :)

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  112. My favorite Christmas special is the classic How the Grinch Stole Christmas with Charlie Brown as a close second! My email is kudra1978 at aol dot com.

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  113. These are awesome! My mom has some wooden CB ornaments she made when she first got married and they've always been some of my favorites. My favorite Christmas special growing up was the Good King Wenceslas with Jonathan Brandis, but I think it might be one of those ones that doesn't age very well.

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  114. I loved and still love Nestor the Long-Eared Donkey. It is not a popular one, but it is still my favorite.

    Holly
    Fellow Ohio Girl :O)

    sunnysky223 at embarqmail dot com

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  115. I like the classic animated How the Grinch Stole Christmas

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  116. I think Frosty the Snowman is my favorite. Thanks for the chance - I love your ornaments!

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  117. charlie brown's christmas is my favorite.

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  118. I love the Polar express movie.
    lorijolie(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  119. Hah, I never actually watched any of the Charlie Brown shows. I always meant to. I loved watching Frosty the Snowman, Rudolf, etc...the ones with the doll-mation. Thanks for the giveaway!
    kessilari(at)gmail(dot)com

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  120. My absolute favorite was Mickey's A Christmas Carol. LOVE. (still love.)

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  121. Wow what a giveaway! My favorite was Charlie Brown! But I also love the Macy's Parade.

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  122. THese are fab! And I am in Columbus, hello neighbor! My fav Christmas movie is Love Actually. :) Thanks for the chance!

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  123. My favorite is Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer and Charlie Brown is a very close second. Thanks for the chance! My girls would love this.
    Angie

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  124. I loved the Grinch, but also Rudolph!

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  125. I love the grinch and I love all the christmas tv that is on this month!

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  126. I love your set! I think a digitizer might have copied you and made an embroidery file for the same ornaments! :) They seem to be super popular!!! :)
    My favorite is Elf! :) raeannag@gmail.com

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  127. childhood favorite: charlie brown for sure! and home alone :)
    current favorite: elf

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  128. My favorite is Miracle on 34th Street.

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  129. We always loved to watch A Smokey Mountain Christmas.

    Love, love the ornaments!

    sdspicer at comcast dot net

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  130. Oh, my favorite was definitely Rudolph. I have a Yukon Cornelius ornament on my tree that is still one of my favorites.
    LOVE your blog and projects, especially the Peanuts ornaments. They are crazy adorable!
    :)
    rdpanepinto@gmail.com

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  131. My favorite Christmas movie was always Rudolph and Frosty growing up but my new favorite is Family Stone, such a sweet movie.

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  132. With 2 grandchildren this year. ages 3 and 5, I'm back to enjoying all of my old favorite Christmas movies... Rudolph, Frosty, Santa is Coming to Town.... Now I'm off to check out your tutorials!!! I'm always looking for new things to make for my little ones.
    christyd8@bellsouth.net

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  133. These ornaments are adorable! They would be perfect for my mother-in-law! My favorite Christmas movie is "The Muppet Christmas Carol" because it brings memories of my Dad.

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  134. My favorite Christmas movie growing up was white Christmas. I wanted to be just like Rosemary Clooney since I grew up in the same town as she did! Thanks! Ahrenwagner at gmail dot com

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  135. Love Christmas Vacation, The Christmas Story, and Elf and Miracle on 34th Street

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  136. These are so stinking cute. I loved and still love the Grinch!

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  137. My favorite special as a kid was always Rudolph...I just caught the tail end of it tonight!

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  138. Your Charlie Brown ornaments are so cute! I love some of the other things I'm seeing on your blog, too! My favorite Christmas specials--we always watch the CB Christmas, but I also like the old Garfield Christmas special strangely enough! I also love A Christmas Story, it never gets old, and I think of You've Got Mail/Shop Around the Corner as Christmas movies, too--love them both.

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  139. My favorite holiday movie, by far, is "It's a Wonderful Life." It's actually one of my top 5 favorite movies of all time. It's been part of my Christmas eve tradition for years. I'm also pretty fond of "Elf."

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  140. Oh. My. God! These are adorable! The Grinch (animated, not Jim Carey) is one of my favorites.

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  141. So cute! I love Chevy Chase's Christmas Vacation--classic!
    Amy
    ajh15@hotmail.com

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  142. I have so many favorites! Frosty is probably my favorite tv special! As far as oldies go, I love the original "Miracle on 24th Street". On a more recent note, one of my all-time favorite movies is "Love Actually"! Thank you so much for the giveaway!

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  143. My favorite is White Christmas!

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  144. "This place reminds me of Santa's Workshop! Except it smells like mushrooms and everyone looks like they want to hurt me." Elf. By a million miles.
    And then all those classic claymation ones like Rudolph. I love the Burl Ives Snowman.
    And I love all your xmas tuts. Your images are awesome. Thanks for sharing them all! We'll see if I can even get one done. I don't have many elves helping me out at the moment...

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  145. My favorite is A Charlie Brown Christmas so these are perfect. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  146. Oh, Jessica, it just is not Christmas without the original The Bishop's Wife with Cary Grant. Forget that Whitney Houston mess (although Denzell is definitely easy on the eyes!) and give me the good old black and white. My favorite contemporary movie is Love Actually but I recommend Mixed Nuts with Steve Martin for you if you have not seen that quirky little nugget of cinematic escapism.

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  147. I didn't have a favorite as a kid, unless you counted any version of Little Women. Today, my favorites are Elf and Love Actually.

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  148. I love your blog - originally found you through PR&P. My favorite is It's a Wonderful Life, but I love these CB ornaments! Thanks for the chance!

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  149. I could watch Love Actually all the time.

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  150. I love these ornaments! I think Charlie Brown is my fav Christmas movie, too!

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  151. I still love Rudolph and my kids are all grown up! Thanks so much!

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  152. Oh, my GOODNESS!!! I so love these!!! My favorite special was Rudolph! I love it! Can't even help it! LOL! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  153. AHHH...my children would LOVE these. We loved all the Christmas specials...Frosty, Rudolph, Peanuts...we still watch them today. Thanks for a chance to win.

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  154. A Muppet's Christmas Carol. Hands down favorite.

    These ornaments are the cutest thing ever though

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  155. oh my goodness~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    you are rocking out with these ornaments. i love charlie brown, my fav would have to be vintage mickey mouse :) thank yoU~~
    angela

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  156. My favorite Christmas movie is Elf!

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  157. Hello from Minnesota! I just love your work; it took me a while to get to the comments form because I kept clicking on things... I think Rudolph is probably my favorite...because it's kind of weird and because I was a wind-up mouse that barked (from the Island of misfit toys) in a school Christmas pageant when I was little.

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  158. Eeek! How about my 3 year old's NEW favorite Christmas movie? "A Charlie Brown Christmas"! She won't stop talking about it! She would love these!

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  159. Cute ornaments! I have a total weakness for Charlie Brown, but I think my favorite Christmas special is the claymation Rudolph!

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  160. I'm excited you'll be selling your ornaments! Awesome! They are so super cute. Hmm. Favorite TV special. Probably the old claymation Rudolph. Yes, that would be it. Go, Jess!

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  161. We love 'A Charlie Brown Christmas' over here...my husband especially. I haven't seen homemade CB ornaments before...super cute.
    jenspan(at)hotmail(D0T)com

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  162. When I saw your give away I just HAD to enter! Just take a stroll over to my bog to see why! I have the CB tree waiting for these cuties! Needless, to say the CB Christmas special is our fave, but the Thanksgiving CB special is a close second...family tradition to sit and watch while digesting dinner! Thanks!

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  163. A Christmas Story and The Grinch are tied for my favorite :)
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  164. I always loved this made-for-TV special called "The Christmas List". It involved this perfume saleswoman and this boy who wished for a new mother, etc. It was corny, but I loved it.

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  165. I always loved Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer.

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  166. I'm a big Charlie Brown Christmas fan, and I love those ornaments! So cute!

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  167. I love A Christmas Story. And Elf. :D

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  168. My fave Christmas movie is White Christmas with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye. Cute ornaments and that fabric is awesome!

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  169. Mine was A Charlie Brown Christmas. I still have to watch it every year! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  170. There are many I like/love but, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" is still my fave. Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas :)

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  171. Oh, it would have to be a tie between A Charlie Brown Christmas and It's a Wonderful Life-can't decide! Love the ornaments.

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  172. What cute ornaments! And that fabric is just gorgeous! Thanks for being so generous.

    We didn't have a television growing up, so I didn't watch Christmas specials. I have a favorite Christmas book, though. Does that count? The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.

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  173. A Christmas Story! I love your blog by the way - I have it on my reader.

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  174. I loved and still love Charlie Brown Christmas....Thank you for doing this giveaway....
    I love the ornaments---they are great!


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  175. Those ornaments are so cute! And I LOVE the fabric - I'm a purple girl :) My favorite Christmas special is "The Muppet Christmas Carol" - we watch every Christmas eve!

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  176. How cute are these ornaments? I'm a sucker for felt at the holidays. I'm "one of those".

    I like watching Elf. I know. Lame. Everyone loves that movie... But we look forward to Elf Night as a family. It's become a tradition!

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  177. Oh my but these ornaments are cute! I so hope I win! As far as my favorite Christmas tv special or movie, this is SO hard because being a child of the 60's/70's we had all the greats, like Charlie Brown, Year Without A Santa Claus (snow miser and heat miser anyone?!) as well as Rudolph and a host of other greats, as far as movies goes it is probably a tie between Miracle on 34th Street (original version only please) and It's A Wonderful Life. Yes, I love the classics!

    One of my favorite things a out this giveaway is finding neat new blogs and friends, and I am excited to have found yours, I am now following, I know you didn't require it to win, but I like your style and want to see more of what you do! Thanks so much for participating and for offering us all a chance to win these beautiful and fun ornaments,

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  178. National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  179. Rudolph but I have a good friend who loves Charlie Brown. These would make a special gift

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  180. My daughter and I snuggled up the other night to watch A Charlie Brown Christmas, just like my mom and I used to. Yes, it's the best Christmas Special ever.

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  181. a christmas day and home alone

    thanks for the giveaway
    radiyas(at)gmail(dot)com

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  182. I like Emmet Otter's Jugband Christmas. It was an HBO special when i was a kid. I have it on dvd now! amateurquilter at gmail

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  183. ooo, i love Jay McCarroll fabric! fave Christmas special is hands down Rudolph!! Home Alone is a close second... :)

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  184. I like the Santa movie with the dentist kid.

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  185. I Christmas Story, it's a classic.

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  186. Miracle on 34th Street - love the original and will watch the remake. Thanks for the giveaway and I love the Navy/flying geese quilt you made for your brother/BIL in Las Vegas. Awesome!

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  187. I love the original Miracle on 34th Street. It is a classic.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  188. These are so stinkin' cute! I love them. I always loved "The Year Without a Santa Claus" - the one with the brothers Heat Miser and Snow Miser.

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  189. Claymation Christmas - love the camels!

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  190. Love these!!!I love love loved watching The Christmas Story. Great set or ornaments I hope I win them!

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  191. My favorite is the Peanuts Christmas Special.

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