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Today's video is just a quick tip to help you with your glue dots.  Are you like me and have a hard time knowing where the next glue dot is?  Or tear off too much of the paper that covers the glue dots, and have them sticking to everything?

If you answered yes to either of these questions above you have to watch this video, so you know exactly where your next glue dot is.  And don't forget about the blog candy.


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This is the first, of four groups of products; I will be giving away as blog candy from now until December 24th.  Yes you read right, I will give 4 different groups of products away.  The first being on Dec. 15.


Leave a comment below this blog post and tell me what your favorite Christmas tradition is! That's all you have to do!  Winner will be randomly selected on Sunday night (12/15/13) and will be announced on my blog on Monday morning.  Winner must be in the US.



Mary Summers

At our family gatherings, we each find a favorite ( or new)ornament to hang on the tree and each says what was meaningful to them this year or share a memory from the past.

Chris Rettig

The best favorite tradition , is being with family!!! Gathered from all around to just be together!!! watching the tree, eating and sharing our thoughts and dreams, and our life for the last year!!!! Cutting the tree comes in second, with hot chocolate and cookies after we put the tree in the stand!!!What a joyous time of year!!! God's blessing to you and to everyone!!!!

Catherine Kraft

We have the normal traditions - driving around the local area looking at the Christmas lights, decorating the tree and decorating cookies. When my husband and I got married I also gained, at the time, a three and four year old. We celebrate every year (and for 25 years this year) a becoming a family weekend. When we got married we were a military family and living in The Netherlands. We found fun places to go and celebrate and ending with a special meal - sometimes it was a meal out or at home making homemade pizza. We've also incorporated some of the European traditions: Sinter Clas day, German/Dutch goody tray Christmas Eve......It's something we still all look forward to.

Betty Burkholder

One of our favorite traditions is to decorate our Christmas dinner table differently every year-sometimes pretty, sometimes very unusual and with wild colors, and have little table gifts for everyone. Then we have pizza or something equally as simple!

Barb Y.

We would drive around town and look at the Christmas lights/decorations for about 2 weeks before Christmas. On Christmas morning, we would allow one child to open one everyone could see the expression on his/her face. Then the next child, etc. till all the gifts were open. I felt like this would make Christmas last longer.

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