Country Sampler Magazine Giveaway

Happy Monday, Friends!  Who's ready for a giveaway?! Well, you've come to the right place! Thanks to Country Sampler, I'll be sharing the November holiday issue with several lucky readers...

Country Sampler magazine giveaway

It's always a pleasure to collaborate with the creative team from Country Sampler. Previously, my seasonal projects have been featured in the Farmhouse Style, Christmas Decorating, and Autumn Decorating issues. This year, I'm honored to have two blog projects featured in Country Sampler's November issue. First, my repurposed silver bells...

Country Sampler magazine giveaway


Country Sampler magazine giveaway


To enter the giveaway, leave a comment about your Christmas decorating style, traditions, etc. Remember, I don't receive email addresses for "no-comment" bloggers. Please make sure to leave yours, so I can contact you if you win!  You can also find Country Sampler at your local magazine stand or purchase it online here. It's such a treat to receive it in the mail, and it's just full of lovely Christmas inspiration! 
 

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  1. Looks like a wonderful issue, I love the Country Samplers. My Christmas decorating tends to be traditional red and green, with antique Santas and multi-color lights on the tree.

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  2. I love the bells you created using vintage jello molds! My Christmas style is traditional.

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  3. Country Sampler Magazine is one of my favorites. My holiday decorating style is more vintage. I love the old mercury glass ornaments on the tree. They just seem to tell a special Christmas story. lpaterso@bellsouth.net. Thx for having the giveaway!

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  4. Loved both your entries in the magazine. The tiles are easy to find in Thrift Stores so accessible to all. My decorating style is eclectic.....a little of this and a little of that. LOL
    Lynne, Thrifting Wonderland

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  5. I always enjoy the Country Sampler issues! My Christmas decorating style is traditional.

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  6. My Christmas holiday decorating style is eclectic with a lot of sentimental pieces like the ceramic tree my mother made. Colored lights on the tree always and a mix of ornaments from my childhood family tree, ones my children made and things that reflected the light. I also have a lot of jingle bells. When I set up my tree the first few years I did not have many ornaments and no money so I got a bag of jingle bells and tied a red ribbon as hangers, they still go on my tree. I collect snowman, stars and vintage decorative items also. I love the Jello mold bells you made! Thank you for providing so much inspiration!

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  7. I've been saving those little aluminum molds and now I what to do with them! Thanks for the inspiration! kimberlybruhn@hotmail.com

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  8. Cecelia,
    Congrats!! I have a subscription to the magazine so I already will be getting the issue!!Thanks though for the giveaway!! Thanks so for always taking the time to stop by and leave a comment that lets me know that you did!!
    Hugs,
    Deb

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  9. I have never been able to decide on a permanent decor, so I have multiple trees. "Beach" tree in sunroom, Chrismons (Christian symbols) in den, and grand Victorian in living room. There are way too many good ideas in wonderful blogs like yours and in magazines like Country Sampler to give any idea up. Thanks for inspiration!

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  10. I try to do easy decorating...using lots of vinatge pieces & adding one new thing some years.

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  11. Love this magazine. Congrats, Cecilia! Well deserved!xo Kathleen

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  12. Love the magazine. My decorating has been toned down. I have been spending the holidays at my children’s home since I retired. I don’t put up a tree instead use the ceramic tree my Mom made back in the 60s. Also fill a bowl with my shiny and bright Christmas ornaments and some greens. And of course snowmen ⛄️

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  13. Oh, I love Country Sampler, though it has been a couple of years since I got one. lol. I guess my decorating is 'vintage retro' with a touch of boho thrown in. I do my entire dining room in gingerbread theme mixed in with vintage kitchen decor and even a bit of farmhouse. Eclectic for sure.

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  14. I decorate a lot inside with untraditional colors - orange and hot pink. There is still some traditional red and green - okay, lime green - thrown in but for the most part I let the orange and hot pink glow!

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  15. Congrats on getting your projects into the magazine! Awesome. My decor is traditional. Last year (I'm 70 now!) for the first time, I did a "theme." I love the little red truck. Got dish towels, pot holders, ornaments, gift bags, a Hobby Lobby truck (filled with BB trees!!), pictures. I framed shirt box pictures, made pillow covers, and added a truck to my wreathe. Made ornaments with BBT and "Matchbox" trucks. I was very pleased with myself! When my kids left home, I gave them their ornaments so I am slowly upgrading my tree with blown glass ornaments. I have also used my small international dolls as ornaments!

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  16. I tend to decorate with lots of sparkle!! Mostly silver!! I have several small trees that I decorate similarly but also each one unique.

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  17. I enjoy vintage things for Christmas, I have collections of old Angel figurines, Santa & Mrs salt and peppers, and many other old favorites I put out every year. Along with a fiber optic snowman! Thanks for the giveaway, and congrats on your crafts featured!

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  18. I decorate mostly with vintage and traditional collections. We put our tree up early and leave it up til New Years Day. Really like the silver bells and Country Sampler.

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  19. Beautiful cover. Love the bells, so pretty.
    Theresa Norris
    weceno at yahoo dot com

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  20. What joy you brought to my eyes, seeing grandma's cookie cutters and jello molds, and it has inspired my to decorated with old "family treasures" in simple fashion this year! Thank you the the inspiration!

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