Just in time for your December memory keeping projects, I have a fabulous giveaway from Big Picture Classes – the December Duos Class!
I can’t wait to do this one myself – it’s definitely going to add a fun piece to my December Daily. Want to know more? Here’s the info and a video from BPC:
The “December Duos” concept is easy, stress-free, and inspiring. Every day for the twelve days leading up to Christmas Day, two of our twelve instructors will share a scrapbook layout, video message, and a page prompt in the form of a duo (“warm & cold,” “give & receive,” “near & far”). That’s a total of two-dozen inspiring ideas!
You can follow the instructor’s lead or march in your own direction as you snap your photos for the day. Then, after printing our fabulously free journaling cards and title cards, you’ll either slip the cards and your photos into a Project Life mini album from American Crafts or use them on a traditional (or digital) scrapbook page.
12 Days of Christmas: December Duos makes it easy to capture all of your most important holiday moments—in a festive new format—while keeping up with all the parties, presents, and pageants that make the holiday season magical.
Learn more and register here
Doesn’t that look like fun?
Just leave a comment here telling me your favourite Christmas memory or tradition to be entered to win. Contest closes midnight EST November 30 and I’ll post the winner on December 1. *contest closed*
- 12 Days of Happy (momecentric.com)
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My favorite Christmas memory is when Rudolph visited our house (outside) and DS was so excited to see him out the window!
Gina Karas said:
My favorite Christmas tradition is ending the day at my mom’s house in front of the fire. It truly is the epitome of the old saying, “there’s no place like home.”
So looking forward to enjoying a simple and stress free Christmas this year. So much so…I’ve started a little earlier than normal. I love when all the Christmas hustle and bustle is done…Christmas lights are lit up, music is playing, fireplace is one….and family is together.
Our favorite tradition is staying at home on Christmas Day. Since the kids were very little they didn’t want to leave the house on Christmas Day. They would rather just stay home and play with their toys. As parents it’s nice to one day during the year when we don’t have to be anywhere. We always cook a turkey and whoever wants to come is always welcome!
Carolyn Lontin said:
sounds like a fabulous class!! I love everything about Christmas – the decorations, my warm cozy home, spending time with friends & family … just everything about the season! thanks for the chance to win!
My favourite tradition is our advent calendar which has a different Christmas activity (baking, visiting Santa, looking at lights) or craft to do each day. My kids love finding out what their special activity for the day will be.
When I was a kid, oh so long ago, The Wizard of Oz used to play on tv the Sunday before Christmas. We’d watch the movie while we decorated the tree. Now when I see that movie in the program guide, I think of Christmas even if it is the middle of summer.
Rae Lynn O'Keefe said:
Christmas is one of my very favourite times of the year, so picking one memory or tradition is hard for me. I love going to Christmas Eve mass with my family, I love driving around looking at the Christmas lights, I love a quiet/lazy day at home readying a new book by the glow of Christmas tree. However, I guess if I had to pick one “crafty” tradition, it would be making my Christmas cards. This will be my 14th year making my cards. Some years I complain about the work involved but I love it when friends and family say they look forward to receiving my handmade cards in the mail each Christmas. That makes the card-making tradition worth the time and effort.
Heather O'Grady said:
mom always bought us new xmas pjs every year and gave them to us xmas eve night to wear.
Cathy Caines said:
Funny I was just looking at this… gosh, I fell in love with Christmas all over again last year. But the one fresh in my mind is going to the Rooms and “Mummering”… That was awesome.