Saturday, December 31, 2016

Seasons Givings Blog Hop Year 5!


Welcome to the 5th year of the Seasons Givings Blog Hop!  I have two giveaways on my blog, one from me, and one from Susan & Beth Opel.  Please leave a comment telling me about your favorite New Years tradition, I will pick two winners on January 8th.

Make sure to visit all of the links below for more chances to win great, great prizes!

Giveaway #1
A Happy Planner and 2 packs of stickers



Giveaway #2
30 assorted stamp and die sets from MFT & Avery Elle






Lawn Fawn

Heidi Ramsey Blankenship

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Karen Letchworth said...

Hello, sweet Latisha. I would like to thank you for organizing this wonderful hop again this year. I feel so blessed to be taking part this year. We owe such a great debt of gratitude to this wonderful crafting community we all love so much. I feel overwhelmed with gratefulness. What fabulous prizes you're offering. My Favorite Things is among my favorite things.
Thanks for taking part.
Blessings,
Karen Letchworth
www.karen-mycuprunnethover.blogspot.com

Unknown said...

My New Years tradition is to stay home away from the. Drunks on the road.mkschmidt4atgmaildotcom

Jessica Frost-Ballas said...

Thanks for a fabulous hop! We have a New Years tradition to eat pork and sauerkraut for good luck on New Year's Day!

Noreen said...

We celebrate birthdays on January 1st. Thanks for the chance to win. Have a great New Year!

Martha Herrera said...

My favorite New Years tradition is to bake with my girls.
Thank you for the chance to win!
Happy New Year!

Amy Ottmers said...

Happy New Year!!! Thank you for all the fun inspiration and this wonderful giveaway!!!! My favorite New Years traditions is for me and the kids to get into our PJ's and watch more Christmas movies all night and then watch the ball drop in Times Square at midnight.

DonnaB said...

Our tradition is to stay at home and eat pizza. I usually like to craft in my jammies, it's so much more fun in PJ's.

Rowena Miniaci said...

Such a fantastic way to start the new year!!! Thank you for organizing such an awesome blog hop!!! Our favorite tradition in my family is well all wear 'Ugly Christmas Sweaters' on Christmas day. We come up with different ones every year. So just imagine how many we have collected over the years!!! Lol!!

McStamper said...

Thanks for all of your work in organizing the wonderful hop. New Years is time with kids and grand kids and games - and some black eyed peas. Thanks for the wonderful prizes and a chance to win.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Oh so generous of you to do this giveaway, happy 2017!

LC Lamothe said...

We usually have a family dinner on New Year's day. What better way to start the New Year than to spend it with the people you love most:) Thank you for all of the work you put into organizing this awesome blog hop. Wishing you a very happy New Year!

Bonnie said...

My favorite New Year's tradition is to stay home and off the roads. Having had my health ruined by a drunk driver, I avoid being on the roads when it is especially dangerous. Thank you for such great offerings and this whole blog hop.

Super Stick Chick said...

Thank you for all your hard work putting all of this together! Our new tradition is to stay home for New Years and play board games with our kids. (This is so much more fun!)

Dottie Pennington said...

My favorite tradition is our extended family game night while waiting for the ball to drop. Thanks for the chance to win some goodies.

Karenladd said...

I always love this blog hop and all the inspiration throughout the year. My new years tradition is to stay home where it's safe and warm and look back on the past year...the good and the bad. Then I think of all that I am thankful for, and realize how lucky I am!

Arianna Barbara said...

Wow! Awesome prizes!!! Thank you for being part of this amazing Blog Hop!!! My New Year's tradition is celebrating with some friends the New Year Eve on mountain, skiing, cooking for the dinner and then playing board games all night. Happy New Year!!!

joy said...

Pork and sauerkraut for New Year's! And, family and friends playing games into the wee hours. Happy New Year to you, Latisha! Thanks for the chance to win such fabulous prizes.

joybird1223(at)gmail(dot)com

Sabrina said...

My favorite New Year Year traditions is being with my family and making fried won tons and won ton soup then playing Train!!

MaryV said...

Happy New Year and thank you for the opportunity to win!
Hugs

Georgiana said...

This hop is FABULOUS! I love having this opportunity to find new blogs, companies, and connect with other crafts. Thanks! MFT is one of my ABSOLUTE favorites! I have been going to the classes at their store in Eustis for the past few months. Looking forward to the January class with Pam (already signed up). I see you're from Florida? Which part? Maybe we don't live far from each other. Thanks again for the chance! Happy New Year!

Teresa Doyle said...

Happy New Year Latisha.
We have never gone out on new years eve so I don't have any fav. traditions... at least until I found this hop. This has become my New Years tradition and it is my third year and I look forward to it very much!
Thanks for the chance to win, I just bought a new 2017 planner but those stamps and dies would be wonderful!

Laura Turcotte said...

Holy smokes---what a great giveaway! You are very generous! Thank yu for inspiring us throughout the year! Happy New Year!

Isabel Z said...

It doesn't sound very exciting but my favorite New Year's tradition is preparing my calendar for the upcoming year. Great way to start a new one by being organized. Happy New Year!

Lucinde | Lucilight said...

We eat 'oliebollen' with the family. It's some kind of dough with raisins in it.

Marthamh2 said...

We always watch the Rose Bowl Parade and then eat our traditional New Year's Day meal.

Christy Q said...

Happy New Year, Latisha!! Thank you for organizing this fun hop and keeping it going for 5 years strong now!! I know it's a lot of work getting everyone to participate and setting things up behind the scenes - it is so appreciated!

A favorite tradition for New Year's is my husband making paella on NYE and having some friends over.

kiram said...

Our New Years tradition is to relax from our chaotic lives. Happy New Year!

Kristina B. said...

Meh I'm boring, don't really have any cool traditions -- Drink beer and watch dick clarks new years even lol

~amy~ said...

First off, thank you for all your work. I truly appreciate your time!!!! This is always a fun event to start off the new year!

So, one of my favorite traditions is actually celebrated on New Years Day. It's a Japanese tradition to ring in the new year surround by food, family and friends. Doesn't get much better than that, does it? I'm hostessing it solo this year, thankfully we have a great japanese grocery store that is helping me a ton.

Happy New Year Latisha!!!!!

Jill said...

My favorite thing to do on NY is hang with my family. :) Thanks so much for rockin' this hop, Latisha!

Peggy said...

A truly generous giveaway! Happy 2017!

Jane said...

Wow so generous! Thanks for being part of this great hop! Happy new year! x

Judy h said...

Our New Year's Day tradition is movie watch with a roaring fire.

Chari Moss said...

No specific New Years traditions...every year is different but always try to spend it with friends or family if possible. This year we went to a party at a friends new house. :) Wishing you a happy 2017!

Kelly said...

I take the same picture of my boys with their cousins in the same spot in the same set-up each new year's eve! love to see how they have changed!

francesca said...

lovely prizes! :) Happy New Year!! :)

Rebecca Yahrling said...

Thank you so much for this awesome giveaway - I am so
appreciative of the generous spirit of our wonderful crafting community.
I don't have any New Year's traditions; I usually just stay home (and I even made it until 12:00 this year! lol).
Hope your 2017 is a blessed year!

JanR said...

To tell the truth, this hop is one of my fave New Year's traditions. It's relaxing to sit in front of the computer for a bit and see all the wonderful projects and prizes from everyone. So, thank you so much for organizing it!! And thanks for the chance to win!

JanetB said...

This is very fun, thank you. We watch the Rose Bowl Parade in the morning and then more football than I can stand!! This year, however the parade will be tomorrow, so football will get top billing in our house.

Linda S. said...

My husband doesn't cook often, it's not his favorite activity; but, on new year's day he cooks a rib roast and makes Yorkshire pudding for our entire extended family. I love this tradition.

cma21317 said...

Our tradition is to have a "conference/speaker phone" call with our friends 2 states away, sort of a pajama party. Thank you for all your hard work!!

Carol Doggett said...

We aren't New Years kind of people, we don't 'party/drink' so we never make plans. Nor do we have traditions for this holiday. Thank you for organizing such a wonderful blog hop. May 2017 be a great year for you and your family!

Miriam Prantner said...

We always spend New Year's Eve with my best friend and her family, have dinner, watch a movie, just hang out. Our new New Year's Day tradition is a little bittersweet. My Dad passed away on New Year's day two years ago. So now we head to the cemetery in the morning, and then have Dim Sum at a nearby Chinese restaurant afterwards. Dad loved good food, so it's a fitting way to honor him.

Elizabeth Garcia said...

Love that stamp giveaway so generous. Our New Year's Eve tradition is just to stay up till midnight, eat 12 grapes, making a wish for each month of the new year, and then go immediately to bed.

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year! My favorite tradition is watching the Rose Bowl parade! My daughter participated years ago and it has always been special. Love this hop!! What a fun and inspiring way to start the new year!! Julie L

Scrapthat said...

Oh my gosh Latisha your giveaway is such a generous one!
Our New Years Tradition is playing games together...I think this year we will be doing some old world Clue and also some Disney Infinity and Minecraft. My girl loves that! (so do I!!)

Rose said...

When my husband was alive we spent New Year's day watching the Rose parade and football games and eating what we called "junk" food--sausage balls, little pizzas, chips & dip, pigs-in-a-blanket, etc.

Debra Rumpza said...

What a darling planner and those stamps are yummy! Thanks for participating in the huge giveaway!

Stephanie Desbiens-McDonald said...

Happy New Year! Thank you for all your great inspirations last year and look forward to see what's in stock for this year! I'm not a planner kinda gal, but those stamps would be awesome! X my fingers!

Tracey said...

This Hop is such a wonderful idea! Happy New Year!! Honestly, we usually just stay in and keep things low-key on New Year's.

Patricia said...

Thanks so much for the opportunity! My favorite tradition for New Year's is watching football and enjoying dinner with my mom and dad.

Lori Gliva said...

Happy New Year! Favorite tradition for New Year's is pasta with family!

jennifirst clark said...

There is an old saying that whatever you're doing on New Year's at midnight is what you'll be doing all year long. That said, no partying on New Year's for us - just relaxing family time before the bustle resumes.

Chris Handy said...

My favorite New Years tradition is having all my family in town and enjoying time with all of them together especially our four grandsons

Lisa Evans said...

Thanks for organizing this blog hop. And you have 2 great prizes! This year I am enjoying relaxing and spending time with my family. Happy New Years!

Jessica Janicki said...

Happy New Year! Our tradition is staying home and having family game night. Thanks

karenmariehansen said...

so...many...stamps...*drool*
My favorite new years tradition would be to stay in my pajamas as long as possible on january 1st and also eat something that is absolutely not healthy or in accordance with my new years resolutions :D

BunnyD said...

Thank you so much for organizing this blog hop. I had no idea it existed until this morning. It's huge! My husband started a tradition of us having smoked salmon and scrambled eggs for breakfast New Years morning three years ago. Works for me!

Karen Aicken said...

Wow - what an awesome prize package! Two awesome packages! Thank you for the opportunity to win. We don't really have a New Years Tradition, other than to start putting away the holiday decorations! New Years Day is generally pretty casual around here. :-) But for my crafting New Year, I want to start using some of my older products as well as new ones.
Cheers
Karen
www.paintedmountaincards.blogspot.ca

Macimbalo said...

What great prizes! Our only tradition is we have to eat black eyed peas! Thanks for all your hard work on this project and Happy New Year!

Allene said...

Thank you! Happy New Year! Our tradition has been to play family games on New Year's Eve until the ball drops.

Melanie MacKenzie said...

What a kind soul you are to host this Blog Hop again this year. Thank you so much. A very Happy New Year to you.

donna said...

New Years tradition for me is cooking!

Beatriz Robles said...

Happy New Year! Our tradition is to watch the Vienna New Year's Concert on tv, we love it!!

HolyLise said...

My favorite tradition is watching "Dinner for One" :P
Happy New Year :)

Cynthia said...

Happy New Year! It's traditional cabbage soup and black eyed peas at our house.

Migdalia said...

Such a wonderful blog hop!! Thank you for the chance to win such an awesome prize!My favorite New Years tradition is that we stay at home and watch TV in our P.J.'s. Just a quite day together. Me & my hubby!

Kris Engler said...

Awesome blog hop! We have a picnic in the living room!

Emily said...

Beautiful prizes. Thanks for chance to win.

Lisa Arana said...

Happy New Year! May 2017 be the BEST YEAR yet! We don't have a big tradition, usually in bed before the ball drops. lol. But I do make sure I have a bottle of champagne with berries every year.

Melissa Bi. said...

Thanks so much for organizing this hop and offering up such amazing prizing. I don't really have any traditions, other than trying to stay up past midnight - something i don't always accomplish LOL. Happy New Year everyone!

Mary Holshouser said...
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Mary Holshouser said...

Now that I'm a widow I don't really
have any traditions. I spent last
night reading and watching some
of the things that I had taped off
the TV. Went to bed early and
slept in 2017. I enjoy visiting
your blog all year long. thanks
for sharing.
Happy New Year

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

We really don't have much of a tradition. We do start the year with a wonderful feast of yummy food. I usually make a prime rib. Pretty basic for us. Happy New Year.

Carrie Maritato said...

I don't have a tradition but any time I am off of work I like to spend it stamping or visiting blogs for inspiration. Thanks for being part of this blog hop.

Christine said...

Our New Year's tradition is to spend a quiet evening at home. Thanks so much for all your efforts to put this fun hop together!

Jeanne H said...

Traditionally on New Year's Eve I babysit for my grandkids - my two daughters taking turns who "gets me"! BUT, now that they are all teenagers, I will visit them on the lst to hear how their evening went!

Christi Conley said...

First, thank you for organizing this hop - it's my second year hopping and it is my FAVORITE one of the year. You are amazing! The prizes are fantastic :) I don't really do anything to celebrate the new year (heck I was in bed long before midnight) but I do spend it with my honey, so that counts :)

Carolee McCaslin said...

WOW such an amazing blog hop!!! I am having so much fun:) Our family tradition is to run out and play in the snow in our PJs on New Years Day!!

Liz Gessner McAllister said...

This may be the last year for this tradition. My teen daughters friends come over and play games.... they graduate this year! Big changes

Oliev said...

Such a great blog hop!
Our family tradition is to go on a hike:-)

ellyscard creatief said...

Such a great giveaway.Thanks for the chance to win.
My tradition is to celebrate my birthday, the first day of january.

Jenn said...

Happy New Year! My favorite tradition is going to the mountains with my kids to play in the snow.

Yo Glenn said...

Our new New Year's tradition is to get in our Christmas jammies, make some rich hot chocolate, and ring in the New Year cozy and warm in our home. Thanks for your participation in this super blog hop. Happy New Year!

Stephenie said...

Happy New Year! My favorite tradition is for the extended family to get together on New Year's Day and eat black eyed peas and salt pork with our meal. Then we play dominoes. Thanks for the giveaways!

Ericka Strange said...

Wow what an awesome prize package! Our favorite New Years tradition is ringing in the New Year with watching fireworks from our porch. Such a beautiful display and we can stay comfy in our house!

Cindy Huggenvik said...

What a fun idea and hop. Wonderful prizes to start off the new year. My tradition is making a list of cards to make in the coming year.

Fiki said...


Great blog hop!
Amazing prizes you're offering.
Happy New Year!
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StampinLouie said...

My favorite New Years tradition is having a quiet dinner with y husband and then just spending the evening together!

Heather Rambow said...

My new favourite New Year's tradition is watching Rudolph's New Year with the family - just like Rudolph the red nosed reindeer by Rankin and Bass they did one about New Years Eve - My new hubby found it online and we watch it every year.

Thanks for an amazing prize and Happy New Year

Denise Bryant said...

We usually have some good snacks and a glass of wine! Not too exciting I'm afraid!
Congrats on Year 5 of this awesome hop! I look forward to it each year! So fun to visit so many blogs and maybe discover a few that are new to me!

Shoregirl said...

No New Year's traditions because every year is different for us! One of my favorite memories is crafting in the New Year with my s-i-l!
Great giveaway - so fun!

Betty Keefe said...

wonderful prizes - no real new year's tradition - just a lazy day watching football

Happy Dance said...

DH and I are usually in bed at our normal 11:00pm time, even on NYE... However, when the kids were little, we'd stay up till midnight, playing games, eating fun finger foods, and everyone having mocktails. Sometimes, the kids would just struggle to stay awake! Sweet memories. And thanks for your part in this fun hop. Happy 2017!! Bev

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Thank you so much again for organising this hop - such a fabulous idea! And my new favourite New Year's 'tradition' seems to be Seasons Givings! lol :) Happy New Year Latisha! x

Leanne said...
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Leanne said...

Happy New Year!! Thanks for organising this event with numerous opportunities to win. Love the MFT goodies. My New Years tradition is attending morning mass & going to my sis-in-law's for lunch. Nothing extraordinary as such.

Niki said...

WOW look at that pile of stamps! I love following you on Instagram, you're very talented! My favourite New Years tradition is my whole family does a scavenger hunt around town and have to do crazy things! Very fun.

Niki Jorgensen said...

New Year's tradition for my family has been to start the new year with a batch of paper thin french crepes! Then to kick back and craft the day away.
Thank you for organizing this blog hop -give away. It's a great way to explore new products and designers!

The Introvert said...

Happy new year!! I do think really have any new years traditions lol.

Ann K said...

We always cook in on NYE - get together with friends when possible - and play games too.

Kathy Schweinfurth said...

Happy New Year!!! The only NY tradition is to stay up to welcome the new year. Thanks for participating in the hop!

Amy Ames said...

Happy New Year!!! Wow what a fantastic giveaway 😊 Thanks for the chance to win this generous prize!! Our favorite New Years tradition is just to stay up and watch the ball drop in Times Square!! And of course to eat a bunch of snacks.

Gail said...

Now that the kids are grown and on their own, hubby and I stay home and celebrate another year of life.

LILIANA said...

Wow, great giveaways! Love staying home with my family in our pj's and eating our favorite snacks.

Pink Room Therapy Designs said...

What great prize packages! My favorite New Year tradition is getting together with my cousin and her family. We always did this as kids and now that I've relocated back closer to family, we were able to start the tradition with our families this year. Happy New Year!

Graciellie Design said...

Happy new year! So happy to see this blog hop going! I've always loved it... We love to spend Christmas Eve cooking family recipes to enjoy later that night and during the next day! Wish you an awesome 2017.

Sue McRae said...

One of our traditions is to do a movie marathon on New Years Day. Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

Amy Hurley Purdie said...

It's so silly but our tradition has always been sitting around the TV watching the ball drop, playing games, and sipping sparkling apple cider. I have to admit thought, it's not the same without Dick Clark.
Thanks for the chance to win. and Happy New Year!

Amy Martin said...

I don't really have any traditions. As long as I'm bringing in the new year with my family, I'm happy. I like to stay home and not be out with the younger partiers now that im getting older. My kiddo and i usually play games and have snacks. This year he was at a friends house so it was my boyfriend and I alone playing my kiddos video games to keep us up til midnight, lol. Thanks for the chance to win one of these wonderful prizes.

Amy Martin said...

I don't really have any traditions. As long as I'm bringing in the new year with my family, I'm happy. I like to stay home and not be out with the younger partiers now that im getting older. My kiddo and i usually play games and have snacks. This year he was at a friends house so it was my boyfriend and I alone playing my kiddos video games to keep us up til midnight, lol. Thanks for the chance to win one of these wonderful prizes.

Lisa Daly said...

Thank you so much for organizing this blog hop.
My husband and I just love to stay home and ring in the New Year together.

Terri said...

Every year is a different celebration of the New Year but usually includes a countdown at midnight. We try to spend it together or at least make phone contact when we're apart. But our favorite event is a holiday get-together with 3 other girlfriends from high school. Because we are always busy during the holiday this usually takes place the Saturday following New Years. Our families have grown up together with this celebration for so many years (we graduated back in 1971!). Thanks for this awesome blog hop. :-)

Sierra Winters said...

Hi Latisha:
This is a fabulous reason for a blog hop....giving to others. I appreciate it so much. Our New Year's tradition is watching the ball drop (on TV) and just being together.
Thanks for the chance to win.
Sierra
www.sierrasgift.blogspot.com

Angelique Vela said...

I don't have a new years tradition. I'm a home body. I like to stay home and snuggle in my bed. I either fall asleep, read a book or watch a movie.

Glenna said...

Happy New Year Latisha! Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication to organizing the blog hop! its people like you who help keep this fun and expose us to wonderful suppliers and creative people to keep our creativity going. Thank you for all that you do. I hope 2017 is a wonderful year for you.

My tradition is to get together with friends and bring in the new year playing games and laughing!

Crafty Math Chick said...

Happy new year! Thanks for all the inspiration in 2016. Our new years are normally low key, my husband, our pup and I, home with a cheese ball and crackers, we toast and kiss and pet Ty at midnight, then I eat 12 grapes thinking happy thoughts, and throw a bucket of water outside (a friend told me these things were good luck, LOL!) and I try to eat black eyed peas for good luck on new years day too, but they have a ... unique taste for me, so it is tough getting them down. LOL!

Nita K. said...

My family dinner on New Year's Day is my favorite tradition.

Pati said...

Happy New year! I don't have a favorite NY tradition, since I enjoy getting out for a ride in the snow and watching the fireworks once in awhile, but I also enjoy, like last night, staying home all toasty warm, cleaning up my craft space while watching festivities on TV and the neighborhood fireworks outside my window. :) Wow thank you for the prize opportunity! MFT and AE are 2 of my favorite go-to stamp companies!

Peggy said...

Thank you for putting together this fun blog Hop. Happy New Year! I love stamps (especially PI) and dies and would love to win them.
God bless,
Peggy Allen

Linda Anderson said...

I'm having such fun hopping along today. I would love to win the prize pack of stamps from 2 of my favorite stamp companies. I started collecting Lawn Fawn and Avery Elle and love them all! Thanks for the opportunity. Happy New Year.

Lieve said...

Thank you for organizing this great blog hop, full of inspiration and great give-aways !
A nice New Years tradition here in Belgium is that children, from the moment they go to kindergarten till 12 years old; they make/write/craft/... a New Year's letter and read it out loud for their parents, grandparents, godmother and -father.
Happy, healthy, crafty 2017 !

María Alba Negrón said...

Hi Latisha,
I live in Puerto Rico,one of our traditions are called" Parrandas"which consists of people summoning other people with instruments and means of private transportation to go to friends houses after midnight to awaken them with popular Christmas music so that they will let them in and then a party ensues! There is no warning, but they are always greeted with enthusiasm and since its good music no one complains.
My own is to prepare the National Christmas drink which is "Coquito", which is a beverage similar to eggnog but it does not have eggs and it is YUMMY!
Thanks for having the brilliant idea to organize this blog hop and for having so many companies and bloggers follow your idea. Thanks for the inspiration and the chance to win these generous prizes!
I will be a happy kitty if I won the MFT prize which is one of my favorite companies!

Cariños,
María Alba

Kari V. said...

What a wonderful giveaway!! My favorite New Years tradition is getting together with friends for a lovely steak dinner, then going home to celebrate the New Year in my Jammies! :) Happy New Year to YOU!

christi said...

so my fav tradition is our annual pass the trash party. you never know what trash or treasure you will end up with. the intent is to bring something that you got that isn't you and trade it for something that wasn't them. it is getting a little trashier lately. but always funny. this year we had a mop head no mop, 2 bath mats very used and a stinky box of ornaments enough for a whole tree. the return of the 12 ceramic bear days of Christmas and some expired jelly with grapefruit spoons. but the laughs are great and we go back year after year.

Wendy Card said...

Happy New Year from Canada! What a great start with such a great giveaway. Cheers.

Michael Bakeler said...

Happy New Year to you. Thank you for starting this blog jump series. I am seeing so many great cards and designs.

Misty Buck said...

What a great idea to do this massive blog hop. We get introduced to so many new crafty peeps. Thanks so much.

Karen B. said...

Thank you for hosting this hop, what a wonderful idea. Whenever I have my boys we fondue! I love it, they love it and it is a lot of fun. On the years I don't have them, I usually watch a romantic movie and have a glass of wine.

TLady said...

OH MY GOODNESS, WHAT PRIZES you are giving away! My favorite New Years tradition? That would be to stay home & enjoy my families presence! LOL I'm not one for partying! LOL Just be at home & be with those I love! HAPPY NEW YEAR!

barbara said...

Simply spending time with family. Happy New Year!!

Lana K. said...

My favorite New Years tradition is to call my family, I love hearing from them and share the memories of the passing year. I always make treats that my mom made when I was young. These are a hit every year with my husband and son. Happy New Year to every one!!!

Pammy J. said...

My fav New Years tradition is to sleep! I usualy work NYE and am plumb wore out!

Nana Griffin said...

I do not have a New Years tradition. Spend the day at home usually.

SHartl said...

My favorite new years tradition is to get together with some friends, who also have small children...and have a very family oriented new years eve celebration. Then, home early enough to tuck the kiddies to bed and toast in the new year!

Lin said...

Staying home with family....eating snacks and watching movies. Great blog hop. Thank you all. Happy New Year to all.

Tina Thomsen said...

Thank you for the chance to win.

Danielle Vincent said...

Oh boy 2 amazing prizes! This hop is just so wonderful and full of awesome inspiration! My favorite New Year's traditions is games with my family and crab legs for dinner.

Lydia Lee said...

Love vegging with family, watching movies and eating leftovers! My crafty resolution is to be more productive and make more beautiful things that might give happiness to others. :)

Ava Gavloski said...

Latisha, thanks for organizing this event and sharing a creative circle of designers with all of us. Appreciated

Ddmac58 said...

Happy New Year! Our new year's tradition is to make sure we eat Black Eye Peas for good luck for the year. It might not always work but it is our yearly tradition. Thanks for the opportunity to win such fabulous prizes.

Betty Sue said...

Wow!! What a prize!! We stay home and eat chili and have champagne!!

Kari Lightfoot said...

I love to bang pots and pans with my kids when 12:00am hits

Monica Keenan said...

Thanks for such a great giveaway and awesome blog hop!

ESUE said...

What an awesome blog hop. Happy New Year. Love your inspiration.

Susi K. said...

Thank you so much for arranging this lovely blog hop! Happy New Year. After the VERY busy holiday season, we don't really do much but RELAX on New Year's Day.

ReNae Keuck said...

Our tradition is to stay at home, have a nice dinner and look back at our shared photo stream pictures from the year. Thank you for the chance to win your give a ways. Happy New Year!!!

Gail said...

I am doing the normal New Year's Tradition and that is to drop some weight! I started day 1 - today - and so far so good - I am hoping I will be faithful - as It would be nice to shop in my own closet soon - have a blessed week and thanks so much for this hop and for the prizes you are offering those stamps are amazing 'my favorite' and the planner will be lovely for someone that likes to keep up on what is going on in life -

utb 01 @ att [dot] net

Annheidel said...

What great prizes! I would love to win that pile of stamps. :) My favorite New Year's Eve tradition is getting together with the same family every year. We play games, eat lots of yummy food, and ring in the New Year! Our group is shrinking as kids grow up and leave home, but we really enjoy it every year.

Lin said...

The only New Year's tradition I can think of is eating sauerkraut and pork on New Year's day. Thanks for organizing this amazing hop - and Happy New Year to you!

Verna Angerhofer said...

Thanks for organizing this hop. As always, I enjoy seeing the artwork and having a chance to win some goodies. As far as resolutions, I guess I mainly want to continue having fun doing cards as it is good therapy for me.

Sharon said...

My tradition is going to a movie and dinner with my sisters in the afternoon.
Thanks so much for this blog - it is such fun! Happy New Year.

ScrapaDiddle said...

Thank you for taking all the time to organize this hop. It's always fun! I hope your New Year is blessed in every way!

Tami B said...

Thank you for getting this hop together. Coins in the black-eyed peas for luck and prosperity is our longest running tradtion.

kirsten brindley said...

Thanks for the chances! The stamps look amazing!

Neva Cole said...

Amazing job with the hop and the great prizes! Thank you so much! A New Years tradition? Since we have had elementary and older kids we play family games most of the evening on NYE. So fun!

J LYK said...

My new tradition of the year is spending more time with family and friends. Previous years wouldn't allow me and I was always away. Now with a new job I am looking forward to create beautiful memories ☺

Jennyfer.leung@gmail.com

Happy Grandma said...

Happy New Year! This is such a fun hop! My resolution is to allow time once a month to get together with crafting friends to create. We used to, but have let it lapse....it is time to enjoy each other again!

Natalie s said...

Thanks you for this blog hop and your generous sponsors.

We start the new year with large family dinner at my parents' house.

Barbara said...

One favorite New Year's tradition is watching the Rose Bowl Parade (and other football games later) and cooking some traditional food, supposedly to bring good luck in the New Year....Pork(roast or BBQ), greens(spinach, collards, kale or any kind...to bring lots of green money) and black -eyed peas( to bring lots of coins. If done right, it can be a very tasty way to spend New Year's Day! :) Thanks for a chance to win some special prizes!

Val B said...

Thank you for the opportunity to win! Our New Year's tradition was to play games with friends, watch the ball drop and enjoy the parades the next morning.

Beverly Perdue said...

Happy New Year! Our New Year's tradition is having a dinner with blackeye peas and collard greens. We just had them a couple of hours ago and they were awesome. I guess we'll have a very prosperous new year. Thank you for this blog hop. I enjoy it every year. Hope you have a blessed 2017.

Denise Ward said...

These stamp sets look amazing!! What a great way to kick off the new year!! Thanks for the chance to win some wonderful products!

Margery C said...

Our New Year tradition is to ring in the new year watching the ball drop in Times Square on TV.

Sandra Colebank said...

Great giveaway. Nice products.

Marsha said...

I don't really have a New Year's tradition. We stay in on Dec. 31, play a few games, watch a movie. Jan 1 is the last day of the Christmas season for me. Usually I start taking down the decorations and tree on Jan. 2.
Fabulous giveaways!

Jan Elmore said...

I've enjoyed your work through Lawn Fawn and appreciate your gift of sharing. I make a new wreath each year before I get Christmas all put away. All my 'stuff' is out. Wreath component parts purchased at big discounts and all the parts & pieces readily available. That's my new New Year's tradition!!!

judy said...

Thaks for a chance to win this most generous giveaway and for all the inspiration that you provide!! My favorite New Year's tradition is to spend a relaxing evening with my family!

Tammy Nyenhuis said...

Wow, what a hop! Thank you so much for putting this together. My favorite New Year's tradition is the kiss at midnight, although this year it was just a kiss on the cheek - my husband has a horrible cold.

Andrea Murdock said...

I prefer to stay home and be in bed early but every year I get sweet talked into celebrating until the wee hours then having a delicious lie in the next day.

Maria Alder said...

Happy new year. Celebrate with sister-in-law and family and then wish her Happy Birthday on the 1st of January. Great fun. x

Michele Slater said...

What a great blog hop! Lots of new companies and blogs to me. My favorite New Years Eve tradition is spending extra time with friends near and far.

Margaret said...

Happy New Year and thank you for pulling this blog hop together. It is so cool to meet new designers and check in with familiar ones as well as have a chance to win prizes. I really don't have any particular New Year's tradition other than to spend some time reflecting on the past year, the good things, the blessings, the challenges etc and then thinking about opportunities for the new year.

Lee said...

Happy 2017! Our tradition is a new movie on New Years Day!

TodayLibrary said...

You might say what is my "new" Happy New Year tradition is... if my family can't be together at midnight then we all text each other at midnight to say "Happy New Year". It's fun. Happy New Year! Thank you for always inspiring us. Hope for a great 2017.
Sincerely, Elaine Rico

Donna said...

What an amazing idea and such a fun and inspirational hop! Beautiful projects and such fun techniques to learn along the way. And what great prizes. Thanks so much! Happy New Year!

Sandi said...

Thanks so much for organizing this fun blog hop....I have participated every year and became a fan of many new companies because of it. My favorite New Year's tradition is sleeping in on New Years Day!! lol

Cindy Wirl said...

Happy New Year!! It is tradition at my home to feast on sauerkraut, pork and mashed potatoes. Thank you so much for your awesome giveaway!

Dana Joy said...

Happy New Year love. Umm my favorite New Year tradition...relaxing with my hubby remembering what we are so thankful for. Remember where we started back in the early 1900s (LOL it seems that long ago) and seeing where we are today. Not an easy road but we've made it!

peggy mcclelland said...

Happy new years my favorite new years tradition is to spend all my new years with my grandson if only for an hour... and to craft forever

Amy C. said...

My favorite New Year's tradition...sleeping in! Thanks for being a part of this fun hop! Happy New Year!

Vicki said...

I love to spend the evening alone with my hubby of 50 years! Being with someone special is the best way to reminisce about the past and think about the future.

Cary said...

My New Year's tradition is organizing every room and donating toys the kids have outgrown. Thanks so much for this blog hop and the wonderful giveaways.

Marilyn Cruz said...

Great way to start the new year!

Mom and wife. said...

We don't have a specific tradition, but I moved with my family to isolated northern hamlet . It's too cold and dark . Cardmaking change my life here .make it more beautiful and cheerful.

noodles said...

Oh what a generous giveaway!!

April Rogers said...

So you are the one to start it all... THANK YOU! I have found many a new crafter to follow. Thank you so much for the opportunity to learn so much. Happy crafting!
XO Nana

Sue LD said...

Love this hop--thanks for all the inspiration and chances to win. We usually just celebrate the New Year with fun foods.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Abby said...

Thanx for the hop! So much fun.

Abby said...

Oh and my favorite New Years tradition are the fireworks in town!

mandalj said...

Thanks for organising such a wonderful blog hop! I like to watch the fireworks on tv!

Heather said...

thanks so much for being the brains behind this fabulous hop again! I think I've hopped along the past two years and I'm at it again this time. We have 3 kids under the age of 11, so we haven't really established any New Year's Traditions. Soon, they'll be old enough to really have some fun. : )

Evelyn said...

We like to stay home on New Years. Usually we go to our son's for an early dinner, and are home way before midnight!!

Hydrangeas and Harmony said...

No traditions other than staying up until midnight. Perhaps we should start some. :) Great giveaway -- love those stamps!

Marilyn Cruz said...

Love a great blog, and love the happy planner. Hope you have a blessed New Year.

Kathy said...

New Years tradition is spent with my wonderful husband laying low.

Mom and wife. said...

Thanks for your effort to make this lovely blog hop. We do not celebrate new year .

Bev Karolak said...

Thanks for your wonderful blog hop! A job well done! We celebrate New Year with family and friends at our beach house, seeing it's summer here in Australia! 🙂

Nathalie Paquette said...

Thanks for the chance to win. Love to have a family reunion and have a meal together.

Staci Garrison said...

Super fun blog hop - thank you for organizing! For New Years we toast with sparkling cider and celebrate our son's birthday (12/31), and it would definitely not be New Years Day without watching the Rose Parade!

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