A Merry Little Christmas Give Away

With Christmas just around the corner, I thought it would be fun to have a merry little give away here on my blog.  I mentioned previously I wanted to have a give away when I reached 250 email subscribers.  I’m at 223 as of this moment, so I have a bit to go to get to that goal.  If you haven’t subscribed via email yet (even if you’re already subscribed via Bloglovin’ or NetWorked Blogs), please consider doing so if you’d like to be included in the drawing. 

In the event I don’t reach my subscription goal, I will still announce the winners on December 22nd as a way of thanking my current subscribers. 

Here’s what three lucky subscribers will win:


  • A prize package sent directly from Eyelet Outlet including a selection of brads and also a roll of washi tape.  I’ll be starting my third term as a design team member for EO and hope they’ll keep me as a team member for life.  The brads, bling and washi tape inspire such creativity in me I just don’t have enough hours in a day to make all the cards I want to make.  I love their products, always a fantastic selection and high quality.  The owners of EO are great people and the design team leader and members are a dream to work with!  This is for US residents only.  Here’s one of my favorite cards made using Eyelet Outlet products.


  • Your choice of three cut files or printable stamps from The Cutting Cafe.  Don’t worry if you don’t have an electronic cutter as the cut files all have .pdf templates for hand cutting. I am privileged to have been a part of The Cutting Cafe’s design team since March.  Twice a month owner and all-around wonderful person, Regina, provides us with a challenge using one of her cut files or printable stamps in whatever way our creativity takes us.  It has been such fun!  And the design team is uber talented…I learn so much from them each month.  The Cutting Cafe also has a sister store, The Cutting Cafe Shop.  While she has many products from which to choose, I am especially fond of the custom clear stamps and printable ribbon.  Here’s one of my favorite cards made using The Cutting Cafe products.


  • Message in a Bottle Photopolymer Stamp Set from Stampin’ Up.  Here’s a link to check out some of the cards made with this set.  This is for US residents only.

If you are already an email subscriber AND leave a comment; you will be entered twice in the giveaway. 

So leave me a comment sharing your favorite Christmas tradition! If you prefer, you can email me with your comment…you’ll find my email icon on the left sidebar.

The winners will be picked at random using True Number Random Generator and announced here on the blog.  I do not always have access to your email address, so I can’t promise to contact you directly to tell you you’ve won.  Be sure to check back here on the 29th to see if you’re the lucky winner. 

Winners will have ’til December 29th to claim their prize.  If I don’t hear from the first round of winners, I will pick again until all the prizes are claimed.

Before I leave you today, I just want to thank you again for being a subscriber.  I love sharing my cards, crafts and random thoughts with you and I appreciate each and every one of you!




6 Responses to “A Merry Little Christmas Give Away”

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  1. Carol says:

    Hi Kim, Thanks for the chance to win one of your goodies. And thanks for all the inspiration you provide. One of our favorite family traditions is having all three of our guys home for Christmas. They are not married yet, so it is so much fun to get up early on Christmas Day and open gifts. It is fun to see what the guys pick out for each other and to know they take the time to shop for each other. Again, thanks for the chance to win and Merry Christmas!

    • Kim&Katy says:

      That’s a lovely tradition! I hope it is one that will continue even after they are married and have children of their own.

  2. Denise Sayers says:

    My favorite tradition used to be going to midnight services with family. Several years ago our congregation became so small that we went to one service much earlier. I still love going, but really miss the special feeling of singing Silent Night as Christmas arrived.

  3. Gina says:

    I love all your wonderful inspiration! Thanks for opportunity to win such great gifts also. My daughter and I love to spend the day baking Christmas cookies together. We’re pretty messy but enjoy the time together as well as the goodies we bake up. Merry Christmas!

    • Kim&Katy says:

      I bet the house smells heavenly while you’re doing…that is SO much a part of Christmas. Thank you for stopping by.

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