Super Stocking Stuffer Giveaway Hop

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Welcome to the Super Stocking Stuffer Giveaway! I love the 2022 giveaway hop this year and wish you all great luck. I’m giving away a Walmart Gift Card because it’s helpful for Christmas shopping or groceries.

Giveaway Rules: Entrants must be at least 18 years of age and live in the US.Winner will be notified by email and will have 48 hours to reply and claim their prize. If they fail to reply then a new winner will be chosen. All winning entries will be verified. No social media is in any way responsible for this giveaway.

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Thank you for entering my giveaway! I hope that you’ll click on each link below, where you’ll be taken to each blog’s giveaway. I wish you the best of luck on these giveaways!

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Lisa Ehrman
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93 thoughts on “Super Stocking Stuffer Giveaway Hop”

  1. The only “traditions” we have are 1) My boyfriend and I stay home and exchange gifts and usually play a board game on Christmas Eve and 2) We go to his mothers’ home for a feast on Christmas day. We are pretty boring

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  2. Watching the Disney Christmas parade on tv with my sisters.

    We don’t normally have a White Christmas although I live in NYC.

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  3. I love our family tradition on Christmas Eve where we have a nice dinner, read scriptures, sing Christmas hymns, and read Christmas books. On Christmas Day we drive around to see Christmas lights.

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  4. My grandmother and I always got each other a “special” gift for Christmas. We did this every year for 30+ years.Sadly, She passed away in 2020… So since then, my mom and I have picked up the tradition… Last year was our first year and hopefully we have many many years to go.

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  5. Not one that my family has kept up with recently, my children keep moving out of state on me so it is difficult to keep up with tradition

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  6. I really like baking with the kids. We bake cookies and breads, and we also love decorating gingerbread houses every year with their cousins.

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  7. Well, later on Thanksgiving night we have turkey sandwiches while playing Christmas music or watching the first Christmas movie of the season. We start decorating as well. It was more exciting when my girls were little though.

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  8. We do our family Christmas on Christmas Eve. On Christmas Day, we invite our friends to go out to get Chinese food with us so they don’t have to spend Christmas alone.

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  9. my family always gathered at the elders place to have a traditional dinner but we all celebrated with gifts at our own houses on xmas. anymore nobody wants to do it everyone diets n work and are super busy. things sure have changed.

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  10. I would say that our only holiday tradition is driving to Niceville to see the beautiful Christmas light display that a family does in their yard.

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  11. My favorite holiday tradition is going to look at Christmas lights with the family. There is a home near us that does their lights to music. It’s fantastic!

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  12. My favorite tradition is putting up the Christmas tree on my Dad’s birthday, he passed away 14 years and love his birthday and Christmas.

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  13. We always do a trick gift. It might be a gift wrapped in a box several times or wrapped several times. We might put gifts in different packaging etc

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  14. One of my favorite traditions is that the night we decorate a tree we make a night of it with movies, music and finger foods for dinner. My youngest is 18 and still looks forward to this night.

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  15. we have a local Santa land that we visit every year where we can drive through to see a ton of Christmas lights and decorations. Our son loves going

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  16. Favorite holiday tradition is going to the Breakfast with Santa event in town and driving around and looking at Christmas lights at Christmas time.Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  17. Our town has an annual sing-a-long each December. We open in prayer, then the local high school chorale performs before all the attendees sing Chistmas carols together. We pass around candles for Silent Night, and then everyone enjoys a cup of hot cocoa and homemade cookies. It’s such a sweet community evening!

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  18. Our tradition is to take beautiful photos in our downtown area. The city always decorates and the huge Christmas tree is beautiful.

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  19. My favorite tradition is my kids opening up their Christmas jammies on Christmas Eve. I also love making my famous lasagna on Christmas Eve too. So many memories!

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  20. My favorite tradition is that our entire family gets together every Christmas Day – the only day each year that our entire family gets together.

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  21. My favorite holiday tradition is baking sugar cookies with all my adult cousins and now my children. We have been doing this with our grandmother since we were very small and have continued the tradition on even though she is no longer with us.

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  22. Our family Tradition is playing the Christmas dice game. Everyone buys gifts for the game and we roll dice and whoever gets doubles gets to choose a gift from the pile, then after all the gifts are picked, we set a timer for so long and whoever rolls doubles can steal from each other. Sometimes there are gag gifts. It is so much fun!

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  23. I don’t really have any traditions now that the kids are grown with kids of their own. When they were little, (ages 1and 2) we would get in our PJ’s and go drive around and check out all the pretty light and decorations. As they got older, we would add hot chocolate/coffee. The grandkids come by for Christmas Eve or Christmas morning open all their presents. Then they have their rounds to make with other family members.

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  24. Our favorite holiday tradition is visiting our local botanical garden for the wonderful lighting display! (2 million+ lights!)

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