Monday, December 26, 2011

EtsyBloggers Blog Carnival for 12/26/2011 - 01/01/2012

Good morning every one! I hope you’ve enjoyed your holiday celebrations with family and friends – and if you haven’t had a chance to celebrate yet, I hope you’ve got some fun things planned!
This time of year is so hectic that we often lose sight of the things that are most important to us. My hope in this edition of the Blog Carnival you’re able to take some time to reflect on what’s important to you, and what traditions you treasure with your friends and family. I hope our team members will take a few minutes out of their schedules to share with us some of their favorite traditions for these winter holidays - answer and post the links in the comment section, right here! There should be plenty of time as this carries us through the new year, so jump right in! :)
Here are the two topics from which to choose:
1) What is one of your favorite memories centered around the holidays? Are there certain traditions in your family (either that you've created for your own family, or that have been passed on throughout the years) that just wouldn't seem like the holidays if you skipped them?

2) Tell us about your New Year's Eve plans! Do you have any special traditions? Do you like to go out, or do you prefer to ring in the New Year at home?

Don't forget to check out the comments section for team members' blog postings! 


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3 comments:

Kim Beatty said...

Adding my post for this edition of the Blog Carnival!

http://www.thepeachmartini.com/?p=441

Happy holidays, and Happy New Year!

Liz's Wares said...

http://lizswares.blogspot.com/2011/12/christmas-memories.html

also on the same note I sat down to plan some traditions for the future

http://lizswares.blogspot.com/2011/12/list-of-christmas-traditions-i-hope-to.html

Patti said...

Here's my post!

http://patti-peacox.blogspot.com/2011/12/ringing-in-new-year.html