Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

 It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!! Let's have some fun :)

First, we need to announce the winner from last Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!!  
The winner of the Low Volume Christmas Bundle from Olie and Evie  is . . .   Number #362 . . . Congrats wkmyers1!  I have messaged you :)  

        
 
               
And on to today's

Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Green Fairy Quilts.  Green Fairy Quilts is your home for pre-cut goodness and they always have amazing sales going on every weekend on a selected pre-cut or notion!!!   And did you know that Green Fairy Quilts has a Deal of The Day, I just love these!!!    And Green Fairy Quilts is still having their CYBER MONDAY SALE with pre-cuts 50-75% off!!!!  It only goes till Wed. so get it while it lasts ;)
And for today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway, Green Fairy Quilts will be giving one lucky reader 3 Moda Scrap Bags!!!  These bags are filled with Scrappy Goodness of some of your favorite Moda Lines, and it will be such a fun surprise to see which ones you get!!!!  



You have two entry chances here on the blog, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.   Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me if you have a themed Christmas Tree or A whole bunch of everything Christmas Tree??  

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Green Fairy Quilts love.   You can Sign up for their Newsletter which I highly recommend as it will ensure you catch all of their amazing sales!!  You can follow them on Instagram or Facebook,  or you can visit the Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Green Fairy Quilt Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, December 7th, when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

You can also pop over to my Instagram and/or Facebook to enter there as well :)  

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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208 comments:

  1. Mine's a whole bunch of everything with ornaments I've collected/made over the years.

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  2. I get Green Fairy's newsletter. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  3. A themed tree for me....just lights :)

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  4. It's a whole bunch of everything tree. Prized decorations are those my kids made.

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  5. Love GFQ! I get their emails and order from them quite often.

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  6. My tree is kind of the history of our family. I still have many ornaments made by our kids over the years, and those we've been gifted. We tend to replace the solid globe ones every few years.

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  7. I just bought from Green Fairy the other day!

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  8. Follow & subscribe. Green Fairy Quilts has fantastic deals.

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  9. Mine is an everything tree, a mixture of my husband's ornaments and my ornaments, plus things I've made.

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  10. Following Green Fairy Quilts on Instagram and Facebook

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  11. My tree is a bunch of everything favorites.

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  12. I follow Green Fairy on Instagram.

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  13. Themed by color and ornaments on the tree
    nebraskafamily2012@gmail.com

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  14. Love the Instagram inspiration on both accounts.

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  15. themed with collected ornaments from annual RV travels. 2020 and 2021 are a little light, so supplemented with handmade ornaments

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  16. My tree is a whole bunch of ornaments from different places we have visited, some from students and some ornaments from relatives that have passed. ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  17. Also I get the green fairy newsletters ekrichmond2106@yahoo.com

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  18. Absolutely a whole bunch of everything. That's a good way to describe it.

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  19. Hope Blooms by Kansas Troubles Quilters grabbed me on the GF home page. I always love their fabrics.

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  20. Our tree is a combination of everything! It was a tradition to gift my kids a special ornament each year since they were little. Now as young adults they still love seeing them on the family tree 🎄

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  21. I receive GFQ newsletter. I just ordered a bunch of Bella solids from a recent sale 😆

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  22. I have a whole bunch of everything Christmas tree. Thank you for the chance.

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  23. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Instagram.

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  24. Ha!Just placed an order with GFQ. I get their newsletter.

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  25. A little bit of everything on our tree.

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  26. I've loved GFQ for many years.

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  27. If my kid's ornaments is a theme...then that! But I also have a farmhouse type tree that I want to put up too
    Amy (ajolly@cpsk12.org)

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  28. Love Green Fairy Quilts....their emails of sales entice me way too much!
    Amy (ajolly@cpsk12.org)

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  29. A whole bunch of everything! at least half are handmade and I buy new ornaments each year so it's a very full tree

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  30. My Christmas tree is loaded with ornaments collected and made over the years. I finally gave my kids all their ornaments to free up some space. :o) I would love to have a tree with just Nutcracker ornaments. Attending the ballet is my most favorite Christmas tradition!

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  31. Wow! What terrific sales on the Green Fairy website. Too bad I just made a resolution to not buy ANY MORE FABRIC or EMBROIDERY DESIGNS. I will have to live to 200 years old to sew up everything I have!

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  32. I don't have a themed tree, anything goes. I bought a quilt kit and few other things. Green Fairy could be dangerous to my wallet.

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  33. I subscribe to Green Fairy newsletter

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  34. Just ordered from GFQ --- thank you for the giveaway opportunity

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  35. I ordered a Moda Scrap bag recently and it was an awesome surprise! Thanks. Love their little shop!

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  36. Our tree has everything, from ornaments dating back to our childhoods up to recent purchases as travel souvenirs.

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  37. We have a bit of everything tree! Love adding the ornaments that my kiddos make from school and daycare. Each of them also has a “My 1st Christmas” picture ornament.

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  38. I have a theme tree this year, Red, White and Silver. And I usually switch it up year to year with decorations I have collected thru the years. I follow Green Fairy and love their selection and their sales!

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  39. A Hallmark themed tree with ornaments form the grandkids.

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  40. I have a bunch of everything and I can tell you when I got them and if I bought them to if they were gifts. My favorite two are the crystal grapes (6 of them) and the china one my MIL brought me from Belgium! I follow green Fairy on IG and receive their email🎄🎄

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  41. whole bunch! I make ornies, some my kids have made and a few made by my greatgrands

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  42. Our tree has red lights and random ornaments.

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  43. I love GFQ's selection of solids and precuts.

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  44. A lot of everything and anything from many years. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  45. No theme, just lots of treasured ornaments from over the years.

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  46. I follow GFQ on FB and instagram

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  47. Bermuda Batiks is a favorite collection. 24Tangent@gmail.com

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  48. One of each. A small tree decorated with birds and birdhouses. A larger tree with everything else.

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  49. I frequently order from GFQ.
    And I am always happy when I receive their newsletter.

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  50. My tree is a bunch of love of everything! thank you !

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  51. I get the Green Fairy newsletter!

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  52. I have a whole bunch of everything tree! I have ornaments from my childhood and ones I've collected or made throughout the years.

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  53. I've been a GFQ fan for years, I get their newsletter and visit the shop often.

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  54. My tree is a bunch of everything- lots of gifted ornaments from loved ones who have passed!

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  55. Everything Christmas tree just like the Jann Brett books:)

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  56. Thanks for this opportunity! I trim our tree with my collection of vintage Christmas glass ornament! dkellogg251@hotmail.com

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  57. I have an everything tree, although one year I did use a handmade only tree.

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  58. I really like their Moda Quilt Kit - Outdoorsy by Cathe Holden. Love the way they radiate out.

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  59. I moved into a smaller space this year, so I will have my first themed tree - a skinny white tree with teal, pink, and purple ornaments, plus a few of the old ones!
    thanks for the opportunity!

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  60. I have been a long-time newsletter subscriber to Green Fairy Quilts, plus the usual social media sites!

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  61. We have two trees, booth themed. One is a western theme and the other is vintage look ornaments.

    Sandy A

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  62. Brenda Baughman bbaughman@verizon.netNovember 30, 2021 at 3:55 PM

    I have a whole lot of everything Christmas Tree ��

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  63. Mine is 47 years of everything.

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  64. Brenda Baughman bbaughman@verizon.netNovember 30, 2021 at 3:56 PM

    I'm following Green Fairy Quilts on Instagram

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  65. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Instagram and will be signing up for their newsletter.

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  66. I am signed up for the Green Fairy Quilts newsletter

    Sandy A

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  67. I don't decorate a tree anymore but for many years I collected cat themed ornaments and still have them.

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  68. No theme tree fir me ... A little bit of everything.

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  69. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Facebook and Instagram

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  70. I follow them by e-mail and on IG.

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  71. I follow them
    on Facebook.
    Carla from Arizona

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  72. My tree has a little
    of everything!
    Carla from Arizona

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  73. I follow Green Fairy quilts on Instagram, get their emails, and placed a Cyber Monday sale order! Love their shop!

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  74. I’ve always preferred a themed tree. Red and white are my colors, and all the decorations and ornaments are red and white!

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  75. No theme tree for me - love to use all the ornaments collected over the years.

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  76. I receive Green Fairy newsletters and emails.

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  77. I've collected "NOEL" ornaments for years and now have enough to decorate my tree with just those ornaments!

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  78. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on Facebook and I frequently check out their deals online.

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  79. Our tree is a whole bunch of everything! (mostly ornaments that the kids have created over the years).

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  80. For years we had the "whole bunch of everything" kinda tree. As my children are grown with homes of their own, our trees are decorated in themes throughout our home. Formal in the living room and dining room and smaller fun ones throughout our home with many of the ornaments they made as young children.

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  81. I have an everything tree.
    jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

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  82. I always love the everything tree, matches my life.

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  83. Love Green Fairy, follow on FB, IG etc.

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  84. Love these scrap bags! We have a every ornament tree.

    usairdoll @ gmail dot com

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  85. No theme for our tree, just ornaments we have collected over the years.

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  86. We have everything on our tree plus a lot of teacher ornaments from my students!

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  87. I follow GFQ and visit the site to see the daily deal.

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  88. I now have a small tree w a few favorite ornaments on it. I use to have an everything tree.

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  89. I received GF newsletter & follow on FB

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  90. Absolutely an everything tree

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  91. My Christmas tree is always scrappy. Everything goes up - soooo pretty.

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  92. I have a whole lot of everything on my Christmas Tree!

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  93. I love Green Fairy Quilts and get their email newsletter.

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  94. I have a snowman/snowflake theme each year.

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  95. I guess you would call my Christmas tree theme, my children's memories. I use decorations that they made or bought and relive those wonderful memories as I decorate it every yesr.

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  96. I read Green Fairy on Facebook

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  97. My tree is a collection of overt 40 years of memories from past Christmas 🎄. I follow GFQ via newsletter and visit their site to dream of new quilts to make.

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  98. I have an everything tree. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  99. I get Green Fairy newsletter. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  100. I follow Green Fairy's blog and get their newsletter. dweeks4602@gmail.com

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  101. I have one Christmas tree that is decorated with a variety of ornaments. My favorites are the one's that my parents had on our tree as a child, circa 1955, ornaments from places we visited on vacation, a few handmade from our children in Elementary school, and a few that were gifts from students when I was teaching. I don't use garland or tinsel, but put large white silk hibiscus flowers that were from our son's wedding centerpieces. dweeks 4602@gmail.com

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  102. I have a few boxes with a lot of everything, but last year I started collecting larger bulbs and signs and houses to put on my tree so I don't have as much to put on and put away.

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  103. I receive emails from GREEN FAIRY

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  104. Just signed up for the newsletter!

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  105. I'm a hallmark collector, so that's my theme.

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  106. I love GFQ, I order from them often. I'm signed up for their newsletter and follow.

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  107. I have a everything tree AND a white tree with vintage pink ornaments.

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  108. Thank you for he giveaways. My tree is a small one as we already celebrated for 2021.
    sewspeciallady@yahoo.com

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  109. Visited their shop, love the newest precut arrivals!

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  110. A whole bunch of everything!

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  111. I decorate my tree with all the things, but I do love themed trees and who knows, maybe there will be one in my future!

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  112. I get GFQ's newsletter and I follow them on IG.

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  113. No theme on our tree, unless you call 'ornaments we've collected over the years' a theme....

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  114. I have two trees: one has a variety of general Christmas ornaments and the other started out as a cow tree (because of our last name)but has morphed into an animal tree to include hippos, fish, and a random armadillo from a trip to Texas!

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  115. Our tree is mostly a whole bunch of everything, but in reds and golds.

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  116. I am a Green Fairy newsletter subscriber!

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  117. Two whole bunch of everything trees.

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  118. A bunch of everything ~ so much that you can stand in front of the tree for hours and still not quite see it all!

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  119. I don't have a real theme, but I do use a lot of red with some gold and glass ornaments.

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  120. I follow Green Fairy Quilts on FB and Instagram.

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  121. I have followed Green Fairy Quilts for a very long time and always check their website. Great people.

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  122. We have an everything tree full of memories ...

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  123. 40 years worth of collected and gifted ornaments!

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  124. Ours would be a whole bunch of everything tree

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  125. I receive Green Fairy Quilts newsletter

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  126. I called our tree the patchwork tree, which I guess is the 'whole bunch of everything'. Ornaments we've collected, been gifted, or made. They are all so different, but somehow come together beautifully.

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  127. I get the GF newsletter--they always have great sales.

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  128. Our tree is a memory tree - some antique ornaments, some from treasured students over the years, and some special ones for our children. This year, however, will be pretty plain with a new puppy!

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  129. I follow Green Fairy through email.

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  130. Our Christmas Tree is a whole bunch of everything and I signed up for their newsletter.

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  131. A lot of snowman but a little bit of everything!

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  132. I have 2 themed Christmas Trees. The formal living room tree is beach themed. The family room tree is for the grandkids and is Disney themed. I signed up for their newsletter.

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  133. I have both a themed and a hodge podge Christmas tree. The themed one is done in white and silver, and is in the living room. The hodge-podge one is decorated by the children and is in the family room (it even has a couple dinosaurs on it!).

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  134. I like a very simple tree but with lots of lights

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  135. I already follow, and love, Green Fairy Quilts!

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  136. Our tree has a folky theme with many hand made ornaments.

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  137. Following Green Fairy Quilts on FB

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  138. My tree is an accumulation of assorted ornaments gathered over the years.

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  139. I get Green Fairy Quilts newsletters.

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  140. I am subscribed to Green Fairy Quilt emails.

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  141. Our tree is a little of this and a lot of that. So many memories in each ornament.

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  142. I only put very light very small red bows on my tree, along with an almost weightless string of LED lights. My tree is a Norfolk pine that grows year round in my living room. I move it to the family room for Christmas. It's getting almost too big to move!
    Kathleen - kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  143. I'm on Green Fairy's email list. Thanks for the opportunity to win!
    Kathleen - kakingsbury at verizon dot net

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  144. Our tree is a mix of ornaments--homemade, gifts from special people and handed down from parents.

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  145. I receive Green Fairy's email newsletter.

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  146. On our tree...lol We have all kinds of cool stuff..things Kiddo's made when young..& now the Grankiddo's handmade (& purchased) things...lots of memory things from friends..and just things we saw & loved. :)

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  147. I get Green Fairy's Newsletter...and am also a very Happy Customer there too :)

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  148. I don't consider my tree themed but I do have a ton of Santas on it. thanks

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  149. I have loved and supported GFQ ever since I began quilting. Love Judi and her incredible quilting. Thanks.

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  150. Themes, from our professions and that if our grown children.

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  151. Following on Instagram. Thank you So much

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  152. We live in a fishing, oyster, and crabbing community. Our tree decorations are mostly sea creatures such as blue crab shells, oyster shells, and other shells that are decorated as ornaments.

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  153. I do one tree with everything mixed together on it.

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  154. I get the newsletter from Green Fairy Quilts.

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  155. I have one of each! My larger tree is anything goes, my smaller tree is the "animal theme tree"

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  156. I already get the e-mail newsletters from Green Fairy Quilts!

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  157. I have a whole bunch of everythimg on my tree. I have some I got from my Mom and others I have collected over the years

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  158. No themed Christmas tree...just old much loved ornaments. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  159. I visit Green Fairy on line often. Fabulous shop. Thank you for this giveaway.

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  160. I have a snowman themed christmas tree,other non snowman ormanments are ones my children have made thoughout the years.They are all adults now.

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  161. A whole bunch of everything Christmas Tree. :) Thanks for the chance to win. :)

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  162. Our Christmas tree is always just anything and everything! Thank you.

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  163. I receive Green Fairy Quilts newsletter. They had fantastic Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales. Thank you.

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  164. Our tree is an everything goes kind of tree!

    k.castanette@hotmail.com

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  165. I receive Green Fairy's newsletter. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  166. Themed tree, angels and nativity.
    golddust at kpunet.net

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  167. I visit Green Fairy's shop and have ordered from them!
    golddust at kpunet.net

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  168. I have a sewing themed little tree in my sewing area, the basement…I refer to it as my cave lol. I love it!

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  169. It is a Lille bit of everything on our tree. Things from my childhood, new ones for the kiddos, and fabric or wooden ones, that the toddler hopefully can’t break, at the bottom!

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  170. I follow Green Fairy quilting on FB. (Also not sure why it changed little bit to Lille but in my first comment! 😂)

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  171. I put up several trees all with their own theme.

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  172. I follow on FB, Instagram and get the newsletter from Green Fairy Quilts.

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  173. We have all the in-laws decorations....the pieces are beautiful and remind us of long ago.

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  174. I have lots of different things on my tree!

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  175. I am signed up for Green Fairies newsletter--would love to win those scrap bags--what fun!!

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  176. Hi - I already signed up for the newletter some time ago -- so I love their Aurifil thread!! It is awesome - my Christmas tree (when I put it up) - is a LOT of everything - from when my girls were in grade school (3 in their 40's now) - to ornaments we purchase when we are out - - finding something unusual -- Not sure I will put up a tree this year - heading to Florida (tomorrow) -

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  177. Main tree in family room has our sentimental ornaments; kitchen tree has cookie cutters, gingerbread men and all types of tea sets from my daughter to flea market finds; library tree has miniature books on it along with baby pics of our family; sewing room tree is white and has sewing notions and ornaments made with vintage pattern envelopes.

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  178. Our Christmas tree is a collection of many different ornaments, some vintage, some family specials, and some memory decorations.

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  179. Love Green Fairy Quilts. They have a great website.

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  180. We have an 'every thing' tree. Most ornaments have a memory attached to them.

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  181. I love Green Fairy Quilts! I subscribe to their newsletter

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  182. A whole bunch of everything Christmas Tree. Growing up, my dad loved a tree with all blue, so our tree had blue lights, blue ornaments and blue garland. Though I loved that tradition, I decided I wanted a mix of everything.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa