Happy Handmade Holidays GIVEAWAY and PARTY

This is a fun week with lots of handmade gift ideas for you to make for all the important people in your lives!! We also want to see what YOU have been making for the holidays! 
Be sure to link up your Happy Handmade Holidays ideas in our linky party at the bottom of the page after you enter the GIVEAWAY.

We can’t do a week full of gifts and not give something away to our fabulous readers too!!!!
In fitting with the theme, both Michelle and I have decided to giveaway one of our own handmade creations!
You ready to see what we made for one lucky WINNER?
First, I am giving away one of  my adorable {Days Until} chalkboard blocks that are perfect for counting down days until Christmas but also work for any special occasion! A new baby, a wedding day, a family vacation, summer break…the options are endless!
Keeping with the awesome chalkboard theme, Michelle is giving way a fun chalkboard tic-tac-toe board! How perfect for a special kiddo in your life! Love it! (Luci needs one!)
They just go together, don’t you think? Handmade, present, chalk. It is like we planned it that way ;).
How can you WIN, you ask??
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Now let’s get to the party!
while we are focusing on handmade gifts this week, this linky party is open to any and all handmade holiday creations.
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  1. Hi Kara!
    Thank you for hosting this party!
    I have decided to link up our traditional table cener piece in Croatia – Advent Corolla. It has 4 candles – symbols for 4 Sundays prior to Christmas. At every Sunday dinner, family lights up candles; three days ago we have light first candle, next Sunday two etc… These candles are put out not by blowing but with piece of bread dipped in wine, usually done by the youngest in the house.
    I also link traditional Nativity scene placed under the Christmas tree. It is assembled at Christmas Eve by whole family. The figures of Three Wise Men travel slowely toward Jesus’ crib untill Epiphany (Jan. 6th) when they meet Jesus.
    I hope you will like it!


  2. Thanks for the chance to win….I would give both of these away – one to my sister, one to my sister-in-law….they both have little ones that would love these!

    I don’t have a blog, so I can’t link up…but I know I am going to enjoy everyone else’s ideas and projects!

  3. Hi Kara
    Wow, you have a lot going on today! Thanks for the giveaway. I would definitely share the prizes.

    I’m #14, linked up a stylish way to display the box of menorah candles for Chanukah!
    Thanks so much for the giveaway and the linky party.


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