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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Christmas Inspiration Celebration: Favourite Christmas Book

 

Hello folks!  Welcome to Day Three of our Christmas Inspiration Celebration. From December 15th to the 25th, I will be showcasing creations from our Design Team and will be popping in with a couple extra fun events as well.

If you missed the first post with further details of our event, the challenge link up, prize list and sneak peeks of all DT projects, please click HERE to check it out. To see Pat's project and the image available to be won from Day Two of our event, click HERE.

Each team member's creation has been inspired by something related to the holiday season. Petra is here today to continue our Christmas Inspiration Celebration with this cute card inspired by her favourite Christmas book...


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 inside of her card...

Petra chose All Hearts Come Home for Christmas by Sarah M. Eden as her favourite Christmas book. Here is her reason:
"The book represents what Christmas is for me: Spending precious time with the people you love. So each Christmas I go home to my parents and spend the day with them and my sister."


Complete today's task for a chance to win this image!

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Today's Task:
  • Please leave us a comment letting us know the following:
    • WHAT is your favourite Christmas poem or book and WHY? Examples of books or poems related to the holiday season include: Twas the Night Before Christmas, Journey of the Magi, Ring Out Wild Bells, How the Grinch  Stole Christmas, A Christmas Carol, The Polar Express, The Gift of the Maji, The Little Match Girl, Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus, etc.
The names of those people who submit responses completing today's task will be put into a draw for the image shown above. One random winner will be chosen to receive a copy of today's featured image. Draw will be held on Jan 5th and the winner announcement for the entire celebration will be posted shortly thereafter.

Well folks that is it for today's task. Be sure to join us again tomorrow to find out what Carol was inspired by for her project!


Don't Forget...


Each day we feature a DT project, you will have the opportunity to complete a simple task in order to to win one of the images featured. Be sure to join us each day from December 15th to December 25th to see what we have in store for you! While the last day of the event is December 25th, don't worry if you're too busy during this most festive time of year, you will have until January 5th, 2020, to complete all the tasks.


9 comments:

  1. My favorite Christmas book is a Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. I have to say, now I try watch every movie made around this story. Also, if you've never read "The Red Wings of Christmas" you should try it. It's beautifully illustrated and a wonderful children's book.

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  2. My favorite Christmas Book(s) would have to be The Nutcracker and The Night Before Christmas, because they are both classic Christmas books that I read as a child ..

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  3. I have a copy of 'Twas the night before Christmas ' Even reading it now reminds me of the magic of Christmas Eve and leaving food for Father Christmas and Rudolph .Waking up on Christmas day and feeling a lumpy stocking at the foot of the bed and knowing that HE has been.Now some children have a Christmas Eve box ,it is a book that should be included .

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  4. My favorite is Twas the Night Before Christmas. I loved reading this book to my children and watching them as they tried to keep their eyes open. Usually they were sound asleep before we could finish the book. Next morning we read the book again and opened up our gifts.
    Happy Holidays to all, hugs, Lori m

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  5. The penguins are adorable! What an awesome card by Petra - so many fun details to look at - I love how she finished the inside! My favourite has always been 'Twas the Night Before Christmas. I remember this book being read to me as a child so I have fond memories of my childhood Christmases.

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  6. My favorite book is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. It show how even the hardest heart can be warmed by the Christmas spirit. Another favorite is A Christmas Carol for the same reason.

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  7. Since we have 3-year old twin grandchildren my favorite right now is Twas the Night Before Christmas. Love to read this story to the twins and get them excited about the holiday season. They love rhyming stories, in fact Arthur memorizes them and repeats them back.

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  8. The Cat Who Came for Christmas is my favorite. I always enjoy a good cat story!

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  9. A Charlie Brown Christmas! I love that book and read it over and over as a child; it's just not Christmas without that story!

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