Sunday, November 20, 2011

Thanksgiving Give-away!

Happy to give away a little paper crafting collection of beautiful papers, stickers, die-cuts etc... from Imaginese's Happy Harvest collection. 

I love the pop of turquoise combined with the traditional orange and rust.  Really cute layered stickers with leaves, pumpkins, pies, an adorable fox, apples and trees.  So perfect for your Thanksgiving layouts or mini album.

9 sheets of double sided paper, 2 pkgs of big die-cuts and 2 packs of sticker stackers!

There are a few small missing parts, as I used this for Cricut Circle Magazine, but still a ton here to play with.  Thought someone might really enjoy it.  Please leave your comment on this post, along with (because I just love to hear it!) the most unique thing you make for Thanksgiving dinner and I'll pick a winner on Thanksgiving Day!

Good luck!


Jayna said...

That collection is so cute! The most unique thing I make for Thanksgiving is pumpkin pie that is more like cheesecake.

Jamie said...

I really like this collection I've been wanting it since it came out.. thanks so much for the chance to win. I dont really make anything too unique for thanksgiving.. year before last i made a pumpkin cheese cake.. last year everything traditional.. and this year Im back home so other ppl are making the meal but I am making these leaf cookies that are super cute.. they are so thin that when you cool them you put them in an egg carton to make them look realistic.. they bend different ways etc. Thanks again for the chance to win!

Cheryl said...

I make barbecue bacon-wrapped chestnuts - the unique thing about them is I can't stand them. It's a family tradition.

Steph said...

I haven't seen this collection yet, but just like you, I love the turquoise pop! I'm loving turquoise so so much right now.
The most unique part of thanksgiving for me this year is that my mom is making ME do the turkey! Yikes! I've never cooked one before!!!

Kim said...

Cute collection! I love anything to do with Fall!! Our most unusual dish -we really have a traditional meal. I remember a favorite from my childhood - a salad. We used to have individual servings placed at each persons dinner plate. Begin with a lettuce leaf placed on a small salad plate. Top with a pineapple ring and then a square of cream cheese and chopped nuts. Spoon a spoonful of pineapple juice on top and YUM!!! Unfortunately my husband and children don't like it, so we don't have sad!!!

Rob'n'Mon said...

Oh how I'm craving me some paper-crafting! I left all my crafty goodies in storage in UT while we're at grad school. :(
I've never actually cooked for Thanksgiving, so this year is my first. We're lucky to have my mother-in-law and father-in-law flying in to celebrate with us - really they're only coming to hang out with their grandbaby. ;)
I suppose the highlight of my cooking that day will probably be my Orange Creamsicle Jello Salad - YUM! Unfortunately, it's also like a week's worth of calories (heavy whipping cream!!!).
Happy Thanksgiving, Sue!

Kristy said...

I've been looking for a cute fall line. I don't like pie so I make cheesecake instead.

Ayme Paredes said...

So excited to win this!!!! Unique this year is we are going to Vegas so we will be eating out!

Anonymous said...

I think the unique thing we have is in the left overs. We always make extra rolls so we can pile all the fixings, including cranberries, mashed potatos, and stuffing into a great turkey sandwich!

Thanks for the opportunity to win these super cute goodies! Have a very festive and happy THANKSGIVING.


jusaweecatnap said...

It's official. I'm the world's most unimaginative person. I racked my brain and this is my best shot: Last year my contribution to Thanksgiving was my favorite collards recipe, done in an African style with a peanut butter sauce, and lots of onions, tomatoes, and hot pepper flakes. I love it! It adds a nice bold contrast to the other typical fare, and a nutritious boost to the meal. Then I won't feel so bad having that awesome pecan pie for dessert.

Savannah O'Gwynn said...

OH! I just love this collection--those papers are fabulous! As for what I make for Thanksgiving....I've never made anything! I'm so lazy! Plus--I'm not a cook. I have brought homemade Thank You cards--esp. for my MIL--since she blesses us and gives so much to us throughout the year. I love THANKSGIVING because it's another chance to say THANK YOU to those who bless us! And I have LOTS to be thankful for:)

Thanks for the chance to win:) sbmmhoover at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

I love the beautiful colors in the fall and Thanksgiving lines. You are right - the addition of turquoise to the fall colors is beautiful! I make my Grandma's Spanish rice dish because it is a holiday tradition from many, many years back. It's the only non=traditional thing we have along with all the regular foods. -Jill (

Dawn G. said...

Autumn is my favorite season! This year we made lollipop flowers to give out!

Cathy S said...

Just found your blog thanks to Kip Mitchell, and I love it! I've already found some great ideas to make. I'd love to win this collection, but if I don't I found a winner in your blog!

Mandi said...

I make hand meat lemon hand pies.

SADE'S BLOG said...

Thanks for all you do for our creative road blocks. I guess the most unique thing I make is not all really that unique but it is new and it is the way I do yams with a crumble topping. they are a hit I started with this recipe a few years ago and my family loves them.

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