Monday, November 2, 2015

Tree Classics 24" Kennedy Fir Harvest Wreath with lights!

Today is one of those days where I get to do something that's not food related and I'm so excited to tell you about it! 


This year marks the 40th anniversary for Tree Classics, and as part of this year’s campaign, they are partnering with 40 bloggers to give away 40 different Christmas products.  I am so grateful that I was chosen to participate in this campaign. Everything is so pretty at Tree Classics and I get to give this beautiful 24" Kennedy Fir Harvest wreath with lights away to one of you...just enter the giveaway below!




With soft twinkling lights set on beautiful evergreen foliage, the Kennedy Fir Harvest Wreath reminds you of a starlit night in a serene winter forest. This Christmas wreath is remarkably verdant and realistic with a mix of 85% Real Feel™ and 15% PVC needles.  Long pine cones, small gold and red berries, and a rich assortment of leaves sparkle with a glittered finish.  Thirty-five battery-powered clear LED lights are also pre-strung into the wreath for a captivating glow.


Isn't that beautiful?  I love all the detail and the lights!  Our family has lots of allergies so products like this make our holidays a lot better.  

Kennedy Fir Harvest 24" wreath with lights:







  • 5-Year Foliage and 2-Year Light Warranty.
  • High quality Real-Feel™ PE needles
  • Flame-proof material
  • Great for indoors and outdoors. Must be in a covered location if outdoors.
  • Decorated with pinecones, leaves, small gold berries, & red berries
  • Features battery pack (3AA batteries, not included) & timer (6 hrs on, 18 hrs off)
  • Energy-efficient, pre-lit with Worry-Free™ LED bulbs (LED models)
  • Professionally strung lights to hide wires
  • If a bulb burns out, the rest of the bulbs stay lit!   
  • Valued at $159.00    

    Entering the giveaway is quite simple...

    tell me your favorite holiday tradition in the comment section below! 

    (If you enter anonymously please leave an email so I can contact you.)

    If you'd like additional entries you can like/follow any of my social media accounts, 
    however a separate comment is needed for each.

    This contest will end on November 9, 2015 and winner will be notified via email.

    Congratulations Donna, you are the winner! 


     
  • 47 comments:

    1. My great grandchildren and I love to bake Christmas treats for our family and the neighbors here. I realize that most people bake also but this tradition started with my mother, then myself, my children, my grandchildren and now my great grandchildren. I so love the time we spend together laughing and baking.

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    2. Favorite tradition? We don't go all out for the Christmas holidays but we do always read the christmas story on Christmas Eve and the youngest reader in the family gets that honor. Our focus is always keeping Christ at the forefront of the holidays - presents come after the reading on Christmas Eve though and that is always a fun thing to look forward to.. Tina @ wswpub2(at)gmail(dot)com

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    3. Making German cookies with Oma and singing Christmas carols

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    4. the family being together honoring hte birth of christ enjoying watching the children opening their presents mostly family together filled with love

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    5. Putting up the Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving:@)

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    6. I love baking Christmas candies and cookies with my mom and daughter! We have so much fun!

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    7. We make fudge and deliver it to all of our neighbors.

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    8. Having a huge Christmas dinner with all the traditional foods just like my mother & grandmother had when they were with us.

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    9. Christmas Eve dinner at my Grandmas. Over 30 relatives in attendance.

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    10. Our family always has appetizers and dips on Christmas Eve. I love this time where we all are together, just visiting and having a good time, no need to worry about presents or such. I always keep Christ in Christmas,; it's what it's all about! Thank you for the chance to win!

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    11. Our favorite holiday tradition is a family get together on Christmas Eve with dinner and exchanging gifts.

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    12. Christmas Eve dinner and Christmas morning breakfast at our home for my husband's family!

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    13. Years ago we started going out for breakfast after all of the presents are open. The children really looked forward to it each year.

      rmc18mom@gmail.com

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    14. Years ago we started going out for breakfast after all of the presents are open. The children really looked forward to it each year.

      rmc18mom@gmail.com

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    15. Our Christmas tradition is to always get all the grandchildren new sleepwear for Christmas Eve, no matter their age, they get something new to wear for Christmas morning, youngest to the oldest always look forward to this little surprise!

      lsbrouse@gmail.com

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    16. My favorite Christmas tradition is my daughters and I setting up my Christmas village, which has grown to two 6 foot tables. It is the highlight of Christmas for us. Each year we try and set it up different which makes it seem new each year.

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    17. My favorite holiday tradition is helping my grandma make a gingerbread house.

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    18. I love looking at Christmas lights.

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    19. I like decorating the tree and baking cookies.

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    20. I follow you on twitter. @asleepymomma

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    21. Hands down, my favorite part of Christmas is the music. I never hear Christmas music I don't love. (Listening to it right now on Pandora!) Smiles, Linda at Paper Seedlings (lidna52@gmail.com)

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    22. We have several traditions but I think my favorite tradition is after we go for drive on Christmas Eve to look at the Christmas lights, I read O. Henry's story "The Fourth Wiseman". I have done this since our children were young and I still choke up while reading the last two pages...Great message in that book.

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    23. Following you on Twitter--donnarn59

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    24. When I was a kid, my extended family would always get together on Christmas Eve for finger foods, punch and opening presents from grandparents. Although one of those beloved people are gone, and another gravely ill, it remains such a warm memory.

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    25. Thank you for the Wreath giveaway, Lisa! The wreath arrived just yesterday and is gorgeous!

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    26. I'm so happy you like it! Happy holidays :)

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    Your comments are greatly appreciated. Thank you for taking the time to leave one :)