Giveaway: Collectible Lenox Ornament

When my husband was growing up, he and his cousins had this tradition that they would give each other Christmas ornaments every year.  So when we got married, we received this wonderful box filled with amazing ornaments!

Well, it’s that time of the year again! Are you in need of new ornaments or do you want to give an ornament to someone special this holiday season?

I have this beautiful collectible Lenox Ornament to share with you!

Here’s what you’ll get:

Snowy Garland, the Lenox 2010 Annual Snowman Ornament depicts a busy snowman. Hanging sparkling snowflakes with care, an ivory china snowman puts the finishing touch on Christmas decorating. And brings joy to your holidays. Superb sculpting captures the delicacy of the snowflake garland. While hand painting enhances the holiday attire and warmhearted expression of Mr. Snowman.  Snowy Garland is year dated in precious 24 karat gold. This festive ornament was created exclusively for Christmas 2010, so the quantity is limited.
  • Limited edition – a great gift for collectors
  • Crafted of hand-painted Lenox ivory fine china accented with 24 karat gold
  • Height: 4″ Width: 2 3/4″ Depth: 2″
  • Introduced 2010
  • Value: $29.90
Ready to win this awesome ornament? Here’s all that you have to do:
Leave me a comment here about special holiday tradition in your family.

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This giveaway is for US residents only and it ends on Monday, November 29th.  The winner will have 48 hours to respond before I select another winner.

Best of luck to you!

FYI:  I was provided a sample by Lenox  for review.  Lenox is also providing the prize to the winner of the giveaway. (Thanks, Lenox!)

  • Katrina

    we always go out to dinner on Christmas eve….that way there is nothing to clean up right before the big day….we do our own Christmas feast the next day

  • Faerietale Dreams

    We always make snickerdoodles! Also, my dad video tapes us when we come down the stairs to see what Santa got us!

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  • Our family tradition is putting up the Christmas tree.

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  • Splendid Little Stars

    I suppose our tradition is to have no tradition. We’ve been home; we’ve been away. Perhaps one thing is that the kids always get to open 1 package on Christmas Eve. Often it’s been pajamas which they can then wear that night. Oh, I thought of another one. Maybe we do have some traditions, after all! going as a family to cut down a Christmas tree.

  • Maureen

    My siblins and I would come home after our late mass on Christmas eve and we would bake up a batch of chocolate chip cookies. We would leave these out for Santa. He would have warm cookies. Then as we got older we would still make cookies but it would be a time for us to catch up with each other. Now that most of my siblings have children of their own they still all come home after their “late” mass and make warm cookies for Santa.

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    my favorite holiday tradition is wrapping gifts with my grandma & baking cookies! a_joyful_song(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  • Our special holiday tradition is to bake Christmas goodies and enjoy them on Christmas eve while we open presents.

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  • I’m from England, so one of my favorite traditions is baking Mince Pies, a sweet pastry treat! Thank you for the giveaway!

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  • a special tradition is to take time and decorate the tree together

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  • Chitownchicas

    One of our special traditions includes making a special holiday ornament for each child every year so that they have several by the time they move out.

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  • Kristin

    One of my favorite Christmas traditions is choosing new ornaments for each of my daughters. I try to match it to something that’s been achieved or important to them that year…like last year, my older daughter had a gymnast ornament and my younger one had a cupcake (since she’s my little cupcake!) Looking forward to shopping for this year’s ornament now!

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  • Katie

    Our Holiday Tradition is to always make cookies with my mom. Now that my kids are older, they really enjoy helping “Mimi” bake Christmas cookies!

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  • Katrina

    My parents always put up their ornament first, from their first Christmas together. Then us “kids” put up our first Christmas ornaments before we get started decorating the tree.

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  • jennifer horn

    I buy each of my children a Halmark ornament every year. When they were small I got someting they were into that year. Now I let them pick.

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  • Tracie Trump

    We love to have a gingerbread house decorating contest! tracietrump@yahoo.com

  • Duane Cooper

    We love to drive around and look at christmas decorations! dlcwins55@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous

    We always make a Santa cake for Christmas.

  • vickie

    We enjoy quiet evenings with just the Christmas tree lights on. It’s amazing how it lowers everyone’s stress level so very much as well as increasing conversation. Plus we bake cookies and listen to holiday music

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  • I always give my son and my husband either a Miami Hurricanes or a Miami Dolphins ornament each year

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  • Small Footprints

    Our family’s special holiday tradition is going to a play of “A Christmas Carol”. We’ve seen so many wonderful versions of this play … and it never gets old!

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  • We have Christmas morning breakfast together as a family, even before checking the tree to see what Santa brought. 🙂 It’s a great way to reconnect with what’s important!

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  • Leandrea246

    Our tradition is decorating the tree while listening to Christmas music. It sounds lame, but my girls are only 2.5 and 4 – plenty of time to start traditions! leandrea246(at)hotmail.com

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