Tuesday, December 15, 2009

He's making a list....


and checking it twice...

Bo Bunny Tis the Season Papers.... check
Tis the Season Buttons & Bling.... check
Merry Christmas Stamp.... check
Holiday Dream Rub-on.... check
Holiday iCandy Jewels.... check
Tis the Season Combo Sticker.... check, check
Photo's.... check
Frames.... check

Today's project was so much fun to make, but not
so easy to photograph... there was a lot of glare.


I just gathered 9 clear frames
from my local dollar store, took some
fun photos of my fam & then sat down with
all the Bo Bunny goods I could gather around me.
The 8 outer frames are 4 x 6... so I just scrapped
little 4 x 6 pages to insert. Since my main page was
inside the frame, I just adhered and stamped and tied the
embellishments on the outside of the frame.

Tis the Season... to play and scrap and share!

Enjoy!!


And it is the Sixth Day of Christmas....what could we have up our sleeves to give away today? Only one of our favorite products...

On the Sixth Day of Christmas My True Love Came to Me...
Bo Bunny's Beautiful Double Dot Ribbons!!!!!!!


Our ribbons will have you swooning in delight! Dots to see on both sides, colors upon colors to coordinate with all your needs!

Leave us a comment today...how about share with us a favorite or perhaps new holiday tradition. Sprinkling reindeer food, baking with your family, making your holiday cards..we'd love to hear. And we'll enter you for today's giveaway. This giveaway will end tomorrow morning so be quick!


158 comments:

  1. too cute and super easy. love to find things to use at the dollar store!

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  2. Great frame idea!
    A new tradition is going to the Santa Claus parade all bundled up with the little ones!

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  3. Fantastic idea! I love it! Tts. I love Bo Bunny ribbon - great colors!

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  4. This is adorable!

    Every year, we bake cookies for Santa on Dec 23. I know it's not new or innovative but it's fun and one of my favorite things to do. Last year, some son sampled each item we left out for Santa and the reindeer, we'll see if that becomes a tradition.

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  5. Oh, that is cute!!

    New tradition we started last year: Hubby and I watching Willy Wonka/Choc Factory on NYE while putting our sons presents together :)

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  6. Every year we leave a mince pie, a glass of milk and and a carrot for rudolph out on christmas eve. The kids come down on christmas day to a half eaten mince pie, and in the garden is a half eaten carrot and lots of glitter...magical!

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  7. Fantastic idea! Baking cookies to hand out to our neighbors and keeping a few for ourselves. LOL!

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  8. Such a good idea. I'm going to make few for gifts.

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  9. What a lovely project!!
    I love all of the things leading up in preparation of Christmas but I suppose my favorite right now is decorating the tree, it's too cute watching my almost 4 year old help!

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  10. Our family attends a local christmas eve service together and then gets together and eats enchiladas for dinner. It's kind of an odd tradition.

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  11. What a lovely idea.

    Every year my brother and sister in law put out food for Santa and the reindeers but to make it more realistic they bring mud into the kitchen from the garden to make it look like the reindeers have actually been in the kitchen....really makes me laugh and the kids believe it, it is magical.

    Joy xx

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  12. Yummy ribbons... Love the frame idea. Want more details on how to do it though. :)

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  13. I love seeing what wacky ideas my family comes up with for our annual gag gift exchange each Christmas. There's some pretty creative ideas thrown around each year. Sometimes, I laugh so hard I nearly pee my pants!

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  14. What A Wonderful Idea, Super Cute :)

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  15. Very cute project! It's amazing what you can do with a few inexpensive supplies and some great scrapping things.
    One of my favorite traditions is when we go cut down our Christmas tree. On the way home we listen to a 1948 recording of "Miracle on 34th Street" then we stop for dinner somewhere along the way. We just did this yesterday and had a ball.

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  16. Love the project. A tradition we started about two years ago is that the boys make their own ornaments for the tree

    Janie Boots

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  17. I love to get new PJ's for our four girls and we surprise them with them on Christmas Eve. Then everyone looks spectacular for Christmas morning photos!

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  18. Our new tradition is to make Gingerbread houses after Thanksgiving dinner...tends to leave more candy on the houses than in our tummies. We use some BoBunny ribbons and paper to decorate our city scene.

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  19. Love what you did with all the beautiful Bo Bunny products! I'm off to the dollar store for picture frames!

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  20. My favorite tradition is to have the kids leave a note, milk and cookies for Santa on Christmas Eve. Then, when Santa comes he leaves a note of thanks back to them! Oh, and I get to eat a few cookies in the deal! ;o)

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  21. Polka dots - how lovely! We have a tradition of going to look at the ornaments and decorated trees at a local nursery and then riding through the neighborhood to see all the lights.

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  22. I love to make handmade gifts for Christmas. And that's not so difficult when you're a scrapbooker:)

    These Bo Bunny ribbons are very cool. I always love to use them: both on cards and on layouts.

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  23. How fab ....what a kewl way to share christmas memories with everyone that visits and fab use of lush papers

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  24. The most favorite tradition is going out to look at lights on houses while somehow...Santa always comes when this happens.

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  25. Love the ribbon! I have always give my children Christmas Stockings and now the grandchildren get them too!

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  26. Our favorite is decorating our Christmas tree. Our kids get so excited whe we turn the lights on :)

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  27. Great progect! I'm definately stealing that idea... Hi Ho Hi Ho, it's off the the Dollar Store I go....

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  28. love the frame project!
    Santa hangs a pickle (ornament) in the tree and whoever finds it first, gets to unwrap the first present!

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  29. Love the cute ribbons and lo. My fav tradition is silly but I can't help it. I always make the deviled eggs for every holiday and my dad always gets the first one, before the meal is even ready. It's just one of those things we've been doing for 20 years or so now and I love it. :)

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  30. Super cute frame!

    My favorite tradition is putting out lumiarias on Christmas Eve. A newer fun tradition we have is making a gingerbread house with the kids.

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  31. That is so cool! Love the colors and the different dimensions, and what a clever idea to use those frames.

    Thanks for sharing :)

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  32. Each holiday season I deliver home-baked treats to my neighbors. I wrap Christmas brownies with mint icing in bakery boxes wrapped in "Mint Green" Bo Bunny Double Dot ribbon. I wrap Hanukkah chocolate rugelach cookies in "Brilliant Blue" Double Dot ribbon. I can't wait for the BoBunny design team to develop metallic (gold, silver, copper) Double Dot ribbons !!!
    -- KatieM --

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  33. My new tradition that I know will become our favorite... to have both of our baby boys (2yrs and 10 mos) in their new Santa pj's for Christmas Eve for a photo together.

    Merry Christmas!

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  34. A new tradition I want to start next year is to have 24 children's Christmas books wrapped under the tree, so my daughter can choose one each night to read before bed as a countdown to Christmas. Saw that one on a blog last week. Neat idea.

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  35. Several years ago--both my sister and I got married and ended up moving out of state. One year I gave my parents, my sister and myself all the same glass bell. WE all ring them on New Year's Eve at midnight. So even though we aren't all home together, we are all joined knowing the bells are ringing together...

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  36. My son and I every year put up all th lights and snowflakes. It's great bonding...no pics of us doing it because were on ladders trying to get everything up and trying not to fall.

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  37. We have two "traditions" at Christmas time. One is opening one small gift Christmas eve and the other is carried over from when my husband was a kid. He and his father used to buy his mother a tree ornament each year, he's now done this for me every year since we've been married, and I'm hoping when or if we ever get around to having a family of our own he'll go shopping with our little one(s) and continue the tradition.

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  38. very cute idea. Every year my husband and I like to take our kids to look at all the christmas lights and decorations in our neighberhood. Our kids look forward to it every year.

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  39. Great idea. I have 17 small elfs and I hide them around the house and then the kids find them. We do it every year when we put up our decorations.

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  40. around here at Christmas time we have "snow toast" for breakfast!! It's just french toast sprinkled with "snow"..powdered sugar :) The boys love it!

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  41. Such a cute idea! I only really have one strict tradition, which is that I must open a present on xmas eve! As this will be my first christmas since I moved out of my mums, I have told my partner that he MUST uphold this tradition! Thanks for the chance! xx

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  42. Super cute idea, our new tradition is going to our local Christmas tree lighting !!

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  43. Love the frame it's gorgeous!

    Every year we head out to catch a movie in our brand new Christmas P.J's.

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  44. this is so cute!
    Well this weekend we made our gingerbread house and christmas tree. On Christmas Eve we will bake cookies for Santa and leave Santa's Reindeer some food outside too.

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  45. My family has the tradidtion of baking a ton of sugar cookies for the guys at my dads work. my mom bakes them and me and my sisters decorate them. Then we have these buckets that say From: Mrs.Clause and her three little elves. Its so much fun and there are always extra cookies!

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  46. Left a comment earlier before you had the tidbit about holiday traditions...each year we have a little fun by playing a "white elephant" present exchange game...so much fun and a lot of laughs!

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  47. picked up the Elf on the Shelf for my grandchildren this year.

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  48. Looooove that project!! Gorgeous ribbon too. ;)

    A new tradition for me is making mini albums for family members...they're my new passion!
    - April

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  49. Very cute!! I think my favorite tradition now is making holiday cards with my mom, I just started making cards this year and I love it! Thank you for the chance to win :)

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  50. So cute!:D

    We are starting a new (to me, at least) and simple tradition this year: Finishing everything by dec. 22, and have all day of 23rd free to do whatever you want, having fun and enjoying the day with family. I can't waIT!:)

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  51. Our new holiday tradition revolves around our holiday card. Last year when we got married, we were given bride and groom Mickey Mouse ears. Every year, we will take a photo on a trip of us in those ears and the holiday card is called, "Where Were The Ears This Year?" This year they were at the Great Wall in China. :)

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  52. Oh I love making cards for my family every year!

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  53. WOW! LOVE that FRAME! Thanks so much for sharing your talent! This year along with all our other traditions we are going to make Gingerbread Men Cookies. Can't wait to see how my Grandchildren will decorate them, I am sure they will be tasty!
    OHHH and that ribbon is just SUH-WEET! Thanks for a chance to win.
    Me-Ma Kim

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  54. So cute! Our family tradition is singing christmas carols now that the daughter is old enough to remember the words. =)

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  55. How cute! Our family tradition is to pack as much togetherness as we can between the 24th and the 25th with homemade breakfasts and dinners daily. I think Christmas Eve breakfast has grown to almost 50 guests. Its so much fun!!

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  56. I make white chocolate peppermint fudge every year, that's kind of a tradition.

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  57. i love this idea. what a great gift it would be!

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  58. I love the lighting of the Christmas tree (yes, it's just plugging it in, but still) for the first time in December.

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  59. I love double dot! One of our family traditions is driving to a tree farm that is an hour away and cutting down the perfect Christmas tree. I think our ride is longer than our trek in the snow, but while waiting for the tree to be put on the car we enjoy hot chocolate and goodies in a nice warm cabin!

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  60. I love Bo Bunny ribbons! Thanks for a chance to win! We have a fun tradition that my dad and step-mom do for us all. We go to their house and enjoy a steak and eggs breakfast. YUM, YUM! It's fun to help him cook on the B-B-Q when it's snowing!

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  61. Favorite holiday treating- my dad making sugar cookies with his grandchildren - they make a huge mess and have loads of fun!

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  62. We try to find a local church that is having a Christmas Eve Candle Light Service and go. This is such a peaceful and great way to start the celebration!

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  63. great project and love ribbon!!! the polka dots are soo fun

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  64. Yummy! Yummy! Yummy! Our favourite holiday tradition is going out to look at all the Chrsitmas lights and decorations around the neighbourhood. The girls just LOVE it!!!

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  65. my favorite tradition is my dh taking 2 weeks off when the kids are home.

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  66. Kris - seeing your stuff made me smile today. So cute.

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  67. I love to go driving around to see all the house lit up for Christmas.

    Allison M.

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  68. What a wonderful display, and so easy to create!
    Thanks for the idea.

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  69. We have come to love our Christmas Eve tradition of opening gifts from my parents (they are in NH, we are in VA). My girls love to get in their jammies & we make hot cocoa & open the gifts that my parents have sent. Then, we call them up to wish them a Merry Christmas & say Thank You!!

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  70. Love the dotty ribbons!!!

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  71. A newer tradition for us is having a lazy Christmas day, just the 3 of us, in our pjs, playing and watching movies. We end the day with a really nice steak dinner.

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  72. What an adorable frame!! so creative!!

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  73. That is SO creative! I love to see examples of art from unusual things! One of my FAVORITE traditions is giving our son one gift on Christmas eve (he's now 21!). It's always pajamas - and he loves them!

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  74. favorite tradition: putting the Christmas Tree up the day after Thanksgiving. That gives me plenty of time to enjoy the lights and get in the holiday spirit. Once Christmas is over, the tree comes down and all the decorations go away.

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  75. What a lovely way to display photos. Love the fact that the frames were inexpensive.

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  76. You can never have to many ribbons on hand! Thanks! Jennifer

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  77. This will be our first Christmas without extended family. We will put out cookies and milk for Santa, a carrot for Rudolph and wake up bright and early to open stockings make breakfast and then on to presents. This is all tentative since we are dealing with a 2 year old and 8 month old.

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  78. what a fun and easy project! Love it!

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  79. everyones projects are rocking

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  81. toddler faces on christmas morning..so surprised sweet and innocent..

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  82. OMW.....how funny I left a comment using my son's profile....hehehehe!!

    Favorite Holiday Tradition....making sugar cookies and decorating them...then giving them away so I WONT EAT THEM ALL.....yummilicious!!

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  83. That's so cute! One of our family traditions is my dad always makes a turkey on Christmas Eve.

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  84. Very cute project. I love the pictures.

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  85. since we have a new grandson, it's watching the delight in his eyes as he looks at the Christmas tree :-)

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  86. Please pick me! Please :)

    Joanna

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  87. I love anything Bo Bunny with dots. I just started papercrafting a couple of years ago, so making the Christmas cards are alot of fun. This year I made coasters and now I am working on glass blocks and ornaments so I could use a lot of ribbon.

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  88. delish!! they look good enough to eat! lol

    I love doing the cookie thing at chrismtastime...that's my tradition - baking, decorating, boxing up & delivering!

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  89. I'm going to start on next year in January. Adorable idea!

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  90. Fabulous idea! We love to sit as a family Christmas Eve and get a bunch on Munchies from M&M meats and just eat all night. yum!

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  91. Our favorite tradition is getting ready to go to the Christmas Eve service at midnight together. The candles, carols, and quiet makes the family time perfect!

    Love your project!

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  92. Love the ribbon; such beautiful colours!

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  93. too cute! the frame would make a super gift!

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  94. about 3 yrs ago I started doing the 12 days of Christmas with my 12yr old daughter..I hang a extra stocking on her bedroom door and when she gets up-she will have something special in her stocking for the 12 days up to Christmas.IT's fun-and a great build up to Christmas Eve!! I love to watch her every morning-Starts out our mornings so fun.

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  95. What a great prize!! This year the adults exchanged names and we are exchanging pajamas that we will put on after church on christmas eve while the kids open their presents and we play games.

    Cynderellaj _ MN

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  96. love the ribbon!! this will be our second year sprinkling reindeer food and our first year making it... such fun!!

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  97. our rule is everyone has to make a homemade item for eachother (at least one) last year my hunny make me a HUGE shelf that says "I heart to scrap" with all kinds of ribbon holders, clips, hooks and all the bells and whisles!!! I love it!

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  98. Definitely baking cookies. My Mom and I used to bake ALL day long. No breaks, lots of christmas music and lots of laughing. Now I am baking with my kids.

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  99. We always watch Christmas Story all day long on Christmas Day, we just can't help ourselves!

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  100. Every year we get together with my Mom and all the grandkids and we make cookies. It is so much fun especially as the kids are growing up and looking forward to every year now. So fun! I'm so excited about the ribbon, I'm out the of the green and my local scrapbook store is out too....I would love some more! Thanks again!

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  101. Making about a million cookies. We just finished Sunday. Fun, delicious, and exhausting.

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  102. Decorating Christmas cookies as a family is something we all look forward to.

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  103. Cute and fun project!! One of our traditions this time of a year is to drive around the neighborhood to enjoy lightings. It's fun.

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  104. My kids are 22,20,18, and 9.We always put cookies and milk out for Santa. LOL .Love the frame idea. Thanks for sharing.

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  105. Great frame decor! And i love the dotted ribbon, it's one of my favorite brands too...snicker A new favorite tradition--- getting together with my man's Great Grandmother for Christmas. She is a 80something year old JEWEL.

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  106. Every Christmas Eve we get a pizza and drive around looking at Christmas lights while listening to Christmas music on the radio. We've done this for fourteen years and look forward to it every year.

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  107. Great project! We head to the snow every Christmas day for some fun!

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  108. love those ribbons and one of our favorite traditions is baking and decorating cookies.

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  109. Oh, I love your photo collage!!!! The dotted ribbons are real cute and much needed. One of my family's holiday tradition is making a gingerbread house and tree to display daring anyone to steal a candy from it.

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  110. What a neat idea!

    Traditions-->Ever since I was about 13 years old my mom always let me open up some of my Christmas presents at midnight. I've carried on the tradition with my children by opening one present with my children at midnight. Of course, we always bake gingerbread and cookies on Christmas Eve. I plan on adding a gingerbread house this year.

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  111. One of my favorite traditions is to read The Night Before Christmas as a bedtime story to my kids on Christmas Eve. I hope they never get too old for it!
    Thanks for the chance to win - I'm a ribbon addict! :)

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  112. Super cute! We drive through the neighborhood to look at all the Christmas lights on everyone's houses, we bake cookies to leave for Santa with a glass of milk...and put out "reindeer food" (Can't forget Rudolph:)

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  113. every year we watch the sound of music together and sing along loudly!

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  114. our favourite traditions include delivering gifts for santa's anonymous, baking lots of yummy cookies and getting new pj's on christmas eve.

    annette :)

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  115. My Mother in Law is Danish, so we do a Danish XMAS each year. She also has us over before then to decorate Gingerbread cookies and do an ornament exchange. I love what you did with the frames!

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  116. I love dollar store frames! That is one awesome project!

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  117. Great project and just love the polka dot ribbon!

    My tradition is making my own Christmas cards.

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  118. finding our tree is the best tradition! :D

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  119. Darling project Kris. Your family is so cute. I just "love" double dot ribbon.
    One of our favorite traditions is to watch "The muppet Christmas" movie every year. In our Christmas jammies. This year each family has their own set of jammies.
    Love ya

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  120. I think decorating our Christmas tree as a family is our best tradition.

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  121. Love the frame idea and of course the ribbon is fantastic.
    Our entire family gets together to make pierogis for Xmas eve and to have throughout the year. Of course I have lots of pics to scrap each year.

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  122. Great project! One of my favorite traditions is opening the Christmas PJ's on Christmas Eve and then getting a picture of the kids in front of the tree. We have had some very memorable photo shoots over the years and many good laughs :)

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  123. One of my favorite traditions we have is eating Jesus' birthday cake on Christmas Eve :)

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  124. One of my favorite family traditions is making homemade caramels & fudge with my mom & grandma!

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  125. Adorable project!
    Holiday tradition...every year right before xmas we take the little one to a local visit Santa land. The basement of this store is all decorated as the North Pole so we stroll through, talk to the talking xmas tree, see all the elves and then our little one tells Santa what he wants for xmas. I look forward to it every year.

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  126. What a great idea. Too cute for a gift.

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  127. Great layout!!! Beautiful ribbons...you can never have enough!!!

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  128. That is a great project, perfect in time for Christmas!

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  129. Ribbon, OH, OH I love Ribbon, and the Tis The Season line is the best - great on those clear frames

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  130. I love what you've done with the inexpensive frames! The ribbon is gorgeous!!! Tradition nieces and nephews making cookies for Santa and Dad giving the kids a piggy back ride to bed.

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  131. What a great idea! Why didn't I think of that! LOL.... No gifts this year for anyone in our family due to the economy and layoffs.

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  132. Every year I have baked a variety of cookies for my son as well as my nieces and nephews since they were small. When they all reached their twenties, I told them I would no longer be baking them cookies. They all complained so much that to this day, I'm still baking them their cookies, but now they have to share with their spouses and kids.

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  133. I love bo bunny ribbon-I love that it has two sides of dots. The first time I opened a package I was so happy you took the extra effort to do this.

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  134. I love love love polka dot ribbon!
    I hope I win!
    Donna

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  135. We stumbled upon a different Church on Christmas Eve a few years back and so we now look forward to going to their Midnight Mass. As hard as it is to pass up our own church and friends on Christmas Eve, this one makes me feel like I'm in a rural part of Eastern Europe since most of the Mass is in Croatian. =)

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  136. luv bobunny ribbon paper buttons,oh the list is way to large, so i get excited everyday to see what project is on the blog,great work
    Wanda

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  137. Dollar Store here I come! Thanks for sharing and Merry Christmas!

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  138. my favorite holiday tradition is making cookies with my Mom

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  139. One of our favorite new family tradiditons is while it is usually cold and snowy in Northern Indiana on Christmas Eve, when we get together as a family. We watch my brother & sil's sunny and warm beach vacation photos on the big screen TV, set to Jimmy Buffett music, while we visit and hang out before Santa arrives. It is a fun little escape and a great way to enjoy their vacation too!

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  140. oooh ! so pretty ! i live all those products ^^

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  141. Awesome use of the ribbon! Love it!

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