Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Hanna Stamps Blog Candy!!!

Hanna Stamps Sneak Peek---New Release Giveaway!!
A brand-new, soon-to-be-released set "Things Hanna Would Say"....how does that sound for blog candy?? This is a sentiment set, with 28 (twenty-eight!) phrases that are perfect for Hanna in every way! If you win, you will have this set before it's released!! How cool is that?!?!
Kristi Ferro, the owner of Hanna Stamps, will be launching her brand-spanking-new website in the next few days, and to celebrate, she is having each member of her Design Team give away a free set on their blog.
To be eligible to win this awesome set of stamps, be sure to leave a comment in this post telling me about your favorite Thanksgiving memory. It is the time of year when we all truly stop and count our blessings.....and we are lucky to have so many!
I will draw for the winner on Sunday, November 25th.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday, everyone! Travel safely and enjoy your time with family and friends!

66 comments:

Meredith said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memory is of all my cousins, my brother and myself playing football in my grandparents front yard when we were younger.

Katherine said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memory was when I was eight months pregnant with DS, so I could only eat tiny meals ~ I think I ate about 5 of them! Happy Thanksgiving!

Donna said...

yea! my favorite memory...Thanksgiving in CA with my family. I've been married & living in TX for 10 years and I've yet to go back for this wonderful holiday there in the home I grew up in!

Misti said...

Hey Pam! I had never visited your blog before, but I'll be coming back regularly now!! I think my favorite Thanksgiving memory is always the one of my Grandma's table. She always has it set so nice and every year she makes a different table marker for everyone. They are usually edible too! She always puts so much thought and love into setting her table for her family! Thanks for the chance to win some candy!

Lynnette said...

Thanks for the chance to win some new goodies. I recently discovered your blog and glad that I did. As for my favorite Thanksgiving memory, it's hard to pick. I hope that this year becomes the new favorite :) Blessings to you and yours

carmen said...

before my grandmother passed away she was just cooking herself crazy that is what she loved to do and that my favorite memory

Heather Parks said...

My favorite thanksgiving memory is traveling to Ohio and being with my family.

Kraftin' Kimmie said...

My favourite T-day memory is probably when my daughter was little and she got it in to her head to make place cards for everyone at the table!! She took paper and markers and hid in her room....no one was allowed in. And then she came out and put them all on the tables for everyone....she was so proud of herself. So cute!! Now she is 15 and we're lucky if we can get her to come to the table!!! Baaaaaahahaha!! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!!

CAKVD said...

My 21st birthday (leagal drinking age in Wisconsin) was on Thanksgiving. I was sure I could find a bar that I could go into, but all I could find was a biker bar!! So, needless to say, I wasn't able to have that drink on my birthday!!
Thanks!
Cheryl KVD

Kerry J. said...

ooh that's a hard one! I think my fave memory is the one after my first son was born - he was less than a month old and we had a house full of family and lots of helping hands. Thanks for sharing the blog candy and Happy Thanksgiving!

Heather Leech said...

My favorite memories are of the huge family dinners when I was a kid. We still have family dinners now with my hubby's family, but there's something special about 25+ people sitting around a table enjoying a good meal!
Thanks for a chance to win!!
Heather L.

Heather said...

Thanks Giving is great the whole family gets together and just have a great time.

Jannette said...

My best Thanksgiving memory was when we lived close to both sides of the family and they all came to my house, about 35 people. So the night before my husband (he's the cook) and my cousin got the turkey ready they were messing around with a knife, on the bird. and my Husband cut is thumb. So those two go the the ER, they say it's no big deal. 3 hours later they return with the news the my husband is set to have surgery on Thanksgiving morning. Long story short, He came home from the hospital and slept thur his favorite holiday. He so wanted to cook for everyone.

Jannette D.

JoAnna said...

I am so grateful for my mom. I would not be who and where I am today if it was not for her. I love her very much!!

JoAnna

Francesca said...

I'm thankful for my family , friends and my life. Many greetings from Italyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

neighbor_nancy said...

Very cool! My favorite Thanksgiving is when a bunch of my college buddies came over to my Thanksgiving feast after having dinner with their parents and we watched videos and ate leftovers until 4 am. GOOD FRIENDS!

Peggy Maier said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memory is of the good times with family many years ago when my Mom was still living - she really went all out for Thanksgiving & her cooking was SO wonderful!!!

jpmayo said...

My fav thanksgiving memories are of those when I lived near my grandma and helped her stuff the turkey and got my hands all messy!! Fun times!

Cindy Haffner said...

Love your blog Pam. My memory is always eating way to much Turkey. LOL.

Debby said...

My favorite memory is skipping school the day before and helping my Mom clean the house and cook and prep for a houseful on Thanksgiving.

Bev Hammack said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memory is of my father and I breaking the wish bone and my dad always letting me win!

Cathy Green said...

My favorites memory(ies) was after we got each of our three children. We have been blessed to be able to adopt 3 children as babies. (now they are 23, 19 and 16) Those Thanksgivings have been my favorites.

Diane said...

I don't have one special memory. Thanksgiving is just my favorite time. No pressures of Christmas just people getting together for food and fun!
Diane

Susan said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memory was when my mom was in the hospital. My entire family came to our house, cooked Thanksgiving dinner and took it to Mom in the hospital and we all celebrated together. That's what Thanksgiving is all about for me, the love of a family. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. Is blog candy going to replace pumpkin pie?!

Denise... said...

Hmmm...a favorite memory. Probably the year that my 3 month old was posted near the turkey for a picture...and they were about the same size.

Cheryl said...

My favorite memory has to be last Thanksgiving. My High School Sweetheart and I were back together after 30+ years, we'd bought a house and had our family over for our first holiday dinner.

Thanks for the Blog candy offer. Those sayings would make the perfect addition to my growing card making stash.

Heather Grow said...

When I was a teenager I had the opportuntiy to deliver fruit baskets to widows in the evening on Thanksgiving Day with a group of kids from church. It was fun watching their faces when they opened the door. Afterward, we went back to the church and had apple cider and cookies.

Susan said...

in australia we dont celebrate thanksgiving but i do think my favorite memory of all time is meeting my husband

bjones said...

Wow. What a cool font. I would love to win the stamp set. Thanks for sharing all of your creativity with us. You rock. I am thankful for the love and support of a great family. The first thanksgiving I spent with my husband, then my boyfriend, I made a pumpkin pie. He got it out of the oven for me and dropped it. We had to go buy a pie to take to his mothers house!!

Robyn said...

I am thankful for my wonderful family which includes my supportive loving husband.

baronreads said...

Mine would have to be the Thanksgiving that I had a newborn. Dinner was at my house but I didn't have to do a thing. It was so relaxing! Happy Thanksgiving!

MANDEE said...

My favorite memory is having a snowball fight in the front yard of my grandma's house ( it used to snow more when I was little!)

Debbie said...

My favorite memory of Thanksgiving was the first year my son was born.

April said...

My favorite memory is being with my family who is 400 miles away!

Happy Thanksgiving!

Niki said...

My favorite memories are every year just hanging out with my family. We rent movies and just be together. That's so nice when we are so busy sometimes. Thanks for the chance to win the blog candy.

Bev - Country Frog said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memory is when I made my first turkey and it didn't burn!
Bev
twofrogs84@yahoo.com

Helle Greer said...

My very first thanksgiving over here in he US ( I'm from Denmark) was in 1990, and at my inlaw's. I'm so used to sitting at the table eating for hours like we do in Europe at big Holidays like this, and after 45 min, my mother inlaw starts to clean the table, I thought she was joking, but no she was all serious. No time to get fat at her house lol.
I still think it is so funny, I host Thanksgiving now.
Helle

miss t said...

My favorite Thanksgiving is when all of my siblings and our families and our mom can be together.

ironlady said...

I have a boss who shares all her thanksgiving memories,she makes it sound such fun.

Tina said...

Hi Pam! Your Mom told me about your blog..I love Jan. My favorite Thanksgiving memory is, well..all of them with my parents sitting down to a wonderful meal that my Mother worked hard to prepare. And My Daddy lead the prayer. I can still hear his sweet prayer. Two years ago my Daddy went to be with the Lord on Thanksgiving Day...

stampinwmel said...

My favorite memory is going to my aunts house in Austin and having Thanksgiving outside on the porch with our large family!

Karen said...

My fav thanksgiving memory would be when I was younger. We would always draw names for Christmas. I loved this part because my whole family was there and it was always fun to see who we picked.

Shawn said...

One of my favorite memories is the linen table cloth that my Grandma had us all sign each year. I thought it was so cool because as far back as I could remember all of us got to write what we are thankful for and we also signed our names. Then my Grandma would embroider all of our signatures and the following year we would do it all over again. That table cloth is such a treasure to look at and brings back such happy memories.

*Jana* said...

My favorite memories are of Thanksgivings spent with my grandparents, aunts, uncles, parents and all my cousins. My Grandma was never happier than she was when surrounded by family.

Bluemoon said...

One fav memory is of going up north to the cottage on the lake, its so different in fall, with all the family. The leaves are colourful, coming down everywhere, air is crisp to go for walks, and the shoreline goes down to show a little beach at the lake. We'd pile up all the leaves we had to rake up, build a big 4 to 5 foot pile, and run and jump in them.

Gerriann said...

I think my favorite memory will always be this year. The day before Thanksgiving my son brought home a cute pinecone turkey from pre-school and wanted to have its picture taken with Tom the scrapbook turkey! The photos are on my blog-too cute! It made me smile and still does! Thanks for the opportunity!

Renae said...

My favorite memory is traveling home for Thanksgiving when I was a freshman in college. I was homesick and it was great to be home that first time in months!!

Mom22RedHeads said...

My favorite memory is playing games after the meal is over with my family. And winning of courseLOL

Lori Mueller said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memories are when I was a kid and spent the holiday at my Grandparents' house....all of the cousins, Aunts & Uncles, etc. Those were the days!

Michelle Woerner (sf9erfan) said...

First... great blog! Just found it. Congrats on being on multiple design teams!!
My fav Thanksgiving memory has to be my first time at hosting. I ran around like a crazy person for almost 2 days cleaning and prepping for dinner, was up at the crack of dawn starting the turkey only to discover at dinner time I messed up the stuffing, burned the rolls and cooked the turkey UPSIDE DOWN! We had a great time anyway. Hugs, michelle

starbuckseal said...

I have so many great Thanksgiving memories-one of my favs is when my extended family rented out a dinner hall & everyone's inlaws were also invited. Lots of kids, lots of adults & abundant fun! :)

Meda said...

I wish I had a Thanksgiving favourite memory, but we don't have this holiday in Romania.

Michelle said...

My favorite memory is when I was young, the family would rent the union hall and all of us ate, played, sang songs etc. My mom's family, including cousins, aunts, uncles etc was well over 100 people! It was so much fun!

Jackie said...

Mine is memories with my child.
Jackie cole

sandy said...

I think my favorite Thanksgiving memory is getting together with all the aunts and uncles and cousins when I was growing up. All the cousins got to go to the movie after we ate our big dinner.

Sandy

Pegg S said...

Happy thanksgiving! One funny memory I had was when I was in college I spent Thanksgiving with friends. We decided to cook our first one together. And we made the mistake of cooking the turkey with the bag of "stuff" in the cavity. Wow, we were such idiots!! :)

Marnie said...

My favorite memory is going to my my grandparents and after dinner all gathering around the TV to watch the Wizard of OZ we did this every year for so many years it seems odd not to have it on that day! Have a Happy and Safe Holiday!

Patti Wild said...

My favorite Thanksgiving Memory is of my Mama cooking her delicious TG dinner when I was a child. (it seems like yesterday, but it was 40 plus years ago)

Gina said...

Thanksgiving memory - favorite was probably the first one after I moved to the US. Never had seen a turkey in the oven before that! It was very interesting and new to me :) Now it's strange not to eat turkey on the special day. Thank you and Kristi for the chance to win!

blduran said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memory was spending the holiday in Yosemite with my family. It was beautiful and cozy...I loved it!

salme said...

Being Filipina, we don't get to celebrate Thanksgiving. :-) we celebrate Christmas though and one of my fondest memories is when I celebrated it away with my parents and siblings in a resort.

Mel said...

My favorite memory is just getting together the entire family. We always make way too much food, eat way too much - --but then we play board games, or if weather is nice outside. A little friendly competition is good for us!

Aunt T said...

My favorite Thanksgiving memory is of Thanksgiving 1972 - it snowed about four feet - seriously - but my grandparents made the drive to our house for dinner regardless of the weather. My sister and I played outside building a tunnel and several snowmen. It was awesome.

Teresa

llclsu said...

My favorite memories of Thanksgiving are all of my aunts and cousins strategizing about the Day After Thanksgiving Day Sales...it's a big mess with sale ads, lists, maps, timing, it's all thought out! Gotta love the bargains! It's great to just be around everyone! :) Thanks for the chance to win!

llclsu said...

My favorite memory of Thanksgiving is probably all of the craziness that occurs when we 'strategize' about our after Thanksgiving Day sales...it's a big production of lists, maps, locations, and timing...funny stuff, actually, but, hey, a sale is a sale, right?!

Deb said...

I don't really have a memory anymore, but I am always grateful for time spent with family and I'm sure the first Thanksgiving after my son was born because I was very lucky to have him and I am thankful for him everyday!!