A Smol Christmas Giveaway

A Smol Christmas Giveaway

Christmas just keeps getting closer, my jollies, and to celebrate I’m giving away a very cute bundle. πŸ˜‰

Prize includes: Sincerely, Jem paperback, a book sleeve from Needle X Stitch Co., a (very) small illustrated copy of The Nutcracker, and chocollllllate

International alternate prize: 2 author-written ebooks of your choice

Entry options:

  1. Comment your favorite Christmas tradition
  2. Comment whether you love or hate snow
  3. Blog your Christmas book recs (link back to this post)
  4. Follow this blog (comment β€œdone!”)
  5. Share this giveaway (link back or comment)

(For more entry options, go to my IG post)

Prize ships to US only. International winner will be awarded alternate prize and another winner drawn. Giveaway also runs on Instagram. Giveaway runs 12/12 through 12/17.

Merry entering. πŸ˜‰

50 thoughts on “A Smol Christmas Giveaway

  1. I don’t have any Christmas traditions right now but growing up my siblings and I would open stockings Christmas night, which gave us something to look forward to at the end of the day.
    I have kind of a love/hate relationship with snow. It is beautiful when it first falls, but it is a mess to trudge through, especially if our car is broken and we need to walk into work at 6:30 in the morning.

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  2. Oh fun!

    Okay, so one of my favorite Christmas traditions is watching the Polar Express at night with my family (and a cup of hot chocolate, because actually, there’s this big scene in the movie with hot chocolate lol.)

    As for snow, I love the idea (does that count? lol) We don’t currently live in an area that gets snow *sobs* But in the past, I remember visiting the mountains and playing with my dad and siblings in the snow (plus, it did kinda snow in one area where we lived, and throwing snowballs was fun. Our chickens would chase after the balls thinking we were throwing food. They were greatly disappointed when they found out it was only frozen water XD.)

    And…I already follow this blog so ‘done’ πŸ˜‰

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      1. Christmas Kickoff is usually a few days after thanksgiving (scandalous!) and we have home made sourdough pizza and watch It’s a Wonderful Life. After that, we can “officially” start listening to Christmas music and decorating, though the music we may have been doing already since mid-october.

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  3. Ohh this sounds so fun!! Overall, I love snow and how beautiful and magical it is. I AM glad that spring comes right after it, and I couldn’t live in a place where it only snowed lol, but it is so pretty!!

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  4. I love snow! Especially since we don’t get it very often where I live. When I was younger, one of my favorite Christmas traditions was making gingerbread houses.

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  5. Did someone say giveaway??? *rushes over in a flurry of excitement* XD

    Done! πŸ˜‰

    I love snow…mainly because I’ve only actually seen/played in/been around snow twice in my life. XD

    And one of my favorite Christmas traditions is seeing Christmas lights!

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  6. Ooh! My favorite Christmas tradition is our appetizer night in early December. We have a fun finger food/appetizer type dinner, Christmas cookies + ice cream for dessert, watch a Christmas movie and wrap family gifts for our relatives. It’s a fun way to kick off the Holiday season!

    I love snow! It’s so beautiful!

    Done! πŸ˜‰

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  7. Oooh fun!!
    My favorite Christmas tradition happens on Christmas morning. We always have the same breakfast of cinnamon rolls and little sausages, then my dad reads Luke 2. ❀
    As for love or hate snow, I'm leaning more towards love…I don't love being cold, but I couldn't imagine winter without snow!
    Done!

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  8. Merry Christmas!
    1. A favorite tradition is our Christmas Day breakfast we prepare for our family and relatives. It’s such yummy food,
    2. I like snow, but now for very long. I’ve only seen it a couple times, but don’t really like the cold.
    3. I follow your blog.

    -Ashley

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  9. Let’s see, first off, this is a really cute and fun giveaway, Kate!
    Now for the answers:

    1. Comment your favorite Christmas tradition – Reading Christmas stories. I LOVE a good Christmas book and since I almost never read Christmas stories any other time of the year, reading them at Christmas time makes it even more special.
    2. Comment whether you love or hate snow – I LOVE snow!!!! I don’t get enough of it in winter at Christmas time.
    3. Blog your Christmas book recs (link back to this post) – I have 24 Christmas book recommendations this year, Kate! But I didn’t link back to your post yet. Hang on. Okay, I’m sharing a link to this on my post tomorrow.
    4.Follow this blog (comment β€œdone!”) – done! πŸ˜€
    5. Share this giveaway (link back or comment) – I did. The link to this goes live tomorrow.

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  10. Yesss, of course I love snow. My favorite tradition is our family breakfast with my mom’s cinnamon rolls.
    Following your blog, and I am behind, but I am hopeful of catching up with my reviews for Christmas books this month, I have 4 reviews up at the moment: https://abigailkayharris.wixsite.com/my-site/blog-1/categories/31-for-31-christmas-book-reviews
    And I shared here: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/651614639851874725/

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  11. 1. My favorite Christmas tradition is… can I say all of them?πŸ™ƒ I love everything about Christmas!
    2. I LOVE the beauty of snow unless it’s messing up plans we had.πŸ˜…
    3. Done!

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  12. Eeks, I’m so late to the party!
    1) I adore going to the tree farm with my family and picking out our Christmas tree. That kind of symbolizes the start of the Christmas season for me (we normally go right after Thanksgiving). Also looove Christmas lights!
    2) Since where we live gets a nice, moderate amount of snow, I love it! That is, so long as it doesn’t disrupt any special plans that involve traveling.
    4) Done!

    Thanks for this, Kate!

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