*Holidays 2012 Giveaway!*


Time for my 3rd Annual Holidays Giveaway! Hannah's holidays dress ensemble! Her dress is red and green cotton homespun checked, the bonnet green calico-print cotton floral. Included are also the red ticking striped stockings and muslin pantaloons. All are coffee-stained with vanilla and cinnamon added. The items hang from a make-do metal and tree branch hanger. A few *bonus items* are also included as a surprise! So very prim!

*Here is how to enter*
● Must be a Follower, via GFC or Linky Followers. New Followers can also enter this Giveaway.
● Due to shipping costs, you must live in the contiguous US.
● Comment on this post that you want to be entered.
● Have a family-friendly active blog, meaning you have posted in the last two months.
● Tell us a bit about your earliest holidays memory.
*Optional: for a 2nd entry, left-click the image above for a smaller sidebar-sized image. Save, put on your own blog, and link it to this blog at: homespunhannahblog.blogspot.com/2012/11/holidays-2012-giveaway.html. If you do this, please mention that you did in your Comment*

Giveaway ends at midnight CST 10th December. Winner will be drawn from a hat, and announced early on 11th December. These items are decorative only, and are not toys for children. Best of luck to you all! Upon entering, you confirm that you have read, understand, and agree to this blog's complete Giveaway Rules on this page: Giveaway Rules.

On another note, the Ultimate Topsites has been down for 2 days now. I emailed them, and received a "WARNING MESSAGE" [yes, in all caps] that my email to them "has been delayed". So, those of you who belong to Homespun Hannah's Top 100, 'don't know what to say. I will let you know if and when I find out something.


  1. What a sweet little dress! I love it. And I would love to be entered in your giveaway! Hmm earlies holiday memory..Madame Alexander Dolls! My Mom loved them...and always would save so she could get us girls one for Christmas! I will never forget the blue flowered box, the pink tissue paper, and the smell of a brand new vinyl baby doll!!! Katie

  2. Sweet little dress.Well I was a very bratty child so my earliest memories were not the best to talk about..smile..I always remember Pap Pap have me sing though.Warm Blessings!~Amy

  3. What a wonderful ensemble.
    I'd love to be included. My earliest memory would have to be getting my first Barbie doll.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

  4. Oh this is just too darling Danice! I would love to be entered into your giveaway! I will put it on my sidebar also.
    My earliest memory is one year going to Grandma and Grandpa's and we had a flat tire...I was so afraid we would miss all of Christmas!
    Be blessed,

  5. Thank you Danice for the sweet giveaway! I would love to be entered. My earliest memory would be opening my stocking when I was a wee one. I still have my stocking, it was made by a family member, tho I don't know who.

    I also posted to my sidebar.

    Blessings, Jessica

  6. How sweet of you! I love these precious clothes...I would wonder if I could put them on one of my dolls! One of my best memories was staying out in the country on Christmas Eve and seeing Santa outside my window. In later years, I'm pretty sure it was my Grandpa but for years I thought I had seen Santa. I love that memory! I had the best feeling on that dark night under those heavy quilts. Hugs!

  7. I love the sweet dress, bonnet and stockings. Please enter me in your giveaway.

    One of my oldest memories is of my brother and I getting big stuffed dogs my mom made.

  8. i remember trying to go to sleep so hard so santa would come i follow you and live in ga.

  9. Love the little dress ensemble, please count me in!
    One thing I remember when I was very little was crying in front of the christmas tree, not because I was sad but because it was making all the lights glow with halo's around them:)

  10. That's awesome! That's what my youngest granddaughter just said about your giveaway and I agree! Please enter my name. I'm a follower and I will post this to my sidebar.
    My fondest memory was when my Dad bought each of us a small gift for Christmas. You see, my Dad NEVER bought us any gifts before, Mom always did that. My gift was a silk rose in a heart shaped vase that said "I love you" on it. It probably didn't cost much...but I cherish it and still have it on display in my livingroom.{big sigh}
    What a great memory! I miss him so!
    Happy Holidays!

  11. My fondest memory was taking a bus into Downtown Pittsburgh with my mom when I was about 11 to do some Christmas shopping. At that time, everyone dressed up to go downtown, women wore dresses and heels and sometimes hats with their best winter coats. Mom would take me to lunch which was a real treat. I wish she were still alive today so I could thank her for those memories.
    Please enter me in your giveaway Danice. I just love this adorable prim dress ensemble!

  12. I don't know how I missed this one, please enter me in your giveaway. One of my earliest memories is helping mom make cookies for Santa and finding them gone in morning. He always ate them! I will also post on my sidebar. thank you,Cyndy

  13. What a wonderful giveaway!
    The earliest memories is making a HUGE snowman with my Dad and little sister and then having a snow ball fight.
    Then coming inside with the fire going and having my Mom's homemade
    cookies and HOT, HOT chocolate with whipped cream!
    Please enter me in your Christmas giveaway!I love the prim bonnet and prim dress, it is an amazing gift.
    Christmas Blessings,

  14. Hey girlie, I forgot to tell you I am a follower!

  15. Hello, Danice,
    I am a follower! Your giveaway caught my eye on Cindi's blog! How beautiful!

    My earliest Christmas memory is going to my grandmom and pop pop's house. I remember how they had their banister decorated. They had these felted/velvety roses put through out the greens. I remember her sandtart cookies. So light and crispy! I remember the way they smell. A couple years ago, I was at a special event, and they had sandtart cookies. They tasted just like my grandmom's (who passed away about 10 years ago)- I just burst into tears because of that memory...

    I will be honored to post this on my sidebar. I am so sorry I didn't get to post it sooner! Thank you for your generosity!


  16. Hi I just found and became a follower of your blog.I would love to be entered in your wonderful giveaway.One of my earliest Christmas memories would be of all four of us kids piling into the car with mom and dad.We would drive around the countryside looking at the beautiful Christmas lights.It sure made for some wonderful memories.Blessings,Jen