December 8, 2011

Bed Bath and Beyond Giveaway

 

And like I promised it’s time again for another giveaway!!

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The winner gets a $25 gift card to Bed Bath and Beyond. Not bad huh? And perfect for any holiday shopping you’ve got left to do!

You MUST do this three steps to enter the giveaway (required):

(please leave a SEPARATE comment for each one or your entry will not count)

1. You must be a follower of Dance for 5 (write a comment you are)

2. I guest posted here about one of my most favorite and traditional holiday dishes from Colombia. What is it? (write a comment telling me what it is)

3. I guest posted here about a few of my Christmas traditions. Which one did you enjoy leaning about the most (write a comment telling me so).

For any extra entries (not required)

1. Follow me on facebook

2. Blog about this giveaway

 

I’m keeping this giveaway open until Tuesday December 13th at midnight. The winner will be chosen randomly and announced the following day.

Good luck my friends!

46 comments:

  1. I'm a follower of your fabulous blog :)

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  2. You blogged about Natilla and I thought it sounded delish!

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  3. And... I love the idea behind the Novena. What a beautiful thing to experience and see... praying, singing, family and friends = beautiful!

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  4. I follow your lovely blog :)

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  5. ...and i totally thought the fact that christmas starts on the 7th was the coolest thing. we should totally do that too ;)

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  6. Natilla! It looks delicious by the way

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  7. Awesome, writing letters to El Ninos instead of Santa.

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  8. Natilla! Oh, and I forgot to say in the comment above that I follow.

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  9. Christmas starting on the 7th inspired me to start my cheer a little earlier! :)

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  10. I'm a follower! In a good way!

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  11. I loved the picture you took of Natilla. It looks delish!

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  12. My favorite tradition is the Nativity scenes you do every year. I've been wanting to get one or make one but haven't been able to yet! Tis the reason for the season. Thanks!

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  13. I follow on Facebook too. It definitely helps me to remember to check my "blog" sites more often.

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  14. Last but not least...It would be nice to get the Bed Bath and Beyond card. I have really been wanting to get a food processor and my husband has his eye on one for me for Christmas. Not sure which one, but I'm sure the gift card would be helpful! And...I think everyone needs to incorporate more dancing and music into ALL their holiday traditions! I'm with ya on that, but I also have a husband that only danced with me for our Wedding. And one time while I was cooking in the kitchen, for like 5 seconds. Baby steps... :)

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  15. The yummy looking Columbian dessert you blogged about is called Natilla.

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  16. I love the Nativity tradition and the different little scenes your mother created each year.

    I also love that you and your family now have a mix of holiday traditions and the best of both worlds now. :)

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  17. I follow you on Facebook under Our Little Corner

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  18. My favorite part about your culture...well, I have two favorites! First, I think we should all have a pesebre in our homes. After all, isn't that what the holiday is all about? Next, the Novena! I would love meeting with friends and family NIGHTLY for over a week rather than being caught up in the shopping, wrapping, baking, etc. Sounds like you have your head and heart in the right place!

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  19. I follow your blog on Facebook and on blogger! Love seeing the things you come up with

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  20. I love that you incorporate both your traditions and american traditions. It is nice to see how our traditions vary from those of others. This year my daughter gets to experience how I grew up. We do not have the money this year to buy presents because I was off on medical leave because of back issues. When I was 8 my mother got sick with Lupus. She worked 2 jobs, as do I, to support our family. It makes you realise what family is all about.

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  21. I am following you, of course. :o)

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  22. You posted on Daryl's blog about natilla. And I totally intend on making it, just without the coconut. ;o)

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  23. My favorite of your traditions on Alyx's blog is that in Colombia, you start celebrating on December 7th. All of the homes decorated with the candles must be beautiful!!!

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  24. I also blogged about your giveaway on my blog. It is scheduled to post Monday at 7AM, so you'll see it there then!! :o)

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  25. SO I LOVE Christmas lights, which means the La Virgen de la Inmaculada Concepción and lighting of the candles for Christmas is right up my alley! :)

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  26. the NATILLA sounded delish little man wants us to try it

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  27. i loved that every house has a el pesebre and that you celebrate the true meaning of Christmas that is awesome

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  28. I follow gfc
    ryanac32 at yahoo dot com

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  29. the recipe is for natilla
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  30. tradition is Nativity scenes
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  31. I like you on fb
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