Friday, December 16, 2011

Holiday Giveaway!

The Holidays are a time for giving, and what better way to give then hold a fun Giveaway! We are giving away 2 Hot Bowl Hot Pad Kits! Each kit includes:
     -Cute Soup Bowl
     -3 Coordinating Fat Quarters
     -Matching Polka Dot Vinyl
     -Warm Tater Batting (Microwave Safe)
     -Hot Bowl Hot Pad Pattern
     -Yummy Candy Cane

They have everything you will need to make a Hot Bowl Pad & Spatter Guard! So, save your fingers from a bowl-burn and ENTER!

Entering is easy! Just comment on this post saying which bowl you would prefer and a fun Holiday tradition you have! PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE add your email to the comment so we can contact you if you win! (If you are afraid of getting spam email, you can write it like this: blog(at)wpcreek(dot)com ) We want to make sure we can get the winners their goods! The contest will be closing Tuesday December 20th at 8 AM and winners will be chosen shortly after by random.org! Go Comment Away!




All this red & white makes me want a Candy Cane... good thing we got extra! =]
Good Luck & Happy Holidays!
     -the WPCreek Gang!

CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED! Thanks for participating!

48 comments:

  1. Oh...oh....oh....ME! I love red and white and this is a fabulous and GENEROUS gift you are gifting away! I love your patterns and your fabrics are amazing! Continued success with your business in 2012. I'll be there!!

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  2. Arleen arleen_lily@yahoo.comDecember 16, 2011 at 8:58 AM

    I would love to win your soup bowl projects in red and white. So very cute. Red and white are my favorites.

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  3. I gotta go with the dark bowl - just LOVE the cherry fat quarters!

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  4. I like the red and white one. Tradition is to bake pumpkin bread. Wonderful giveaway!
    Diane
    Lvbabyboomer@hotmail.com

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  5. Oh - the kit with the cherry fabric! That is one of my favorite fabrics - I have used some of that with other coordinates for a summer purse. Love it.....And of course I eat lots of soup for lunch so that soup mug would be perfect for my office!! Thank you. dekayebrat@yahoo.com

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  6. HMMMM HOT BOWL OF HOMEMADE CHICKEN SOUP OR CHILI SOUNDS GREAT!!! GOOD LUCK TO ME ON WINNING!!! LOL
    MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE

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  7. Looks good to me! The white bowl is my fav!
    towens71atyahoodotcom

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  8. Oh boy! I love the fabric in the white bowl...and the bowl too of course! No particular tradition except trying to include a few gag gifts amongst the fray. We love to laugh on Christmas day! Oh, no! It rhymed!

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  9. What a great idea!! Think the red and white is my favorite.
    Kenna Webb wkennawebb1@aol.com

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  10. So cute! I love your patterns. The green soup bowl is my favorite. Keep up the good work! blondie1hd@aol.com

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  11. I like the red and white in the white bowl. Two tone quilt projects look nice, in red and white they will look festive. Thanks for the opportunity to win one! rlwerth@gamil.com

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  12. This sounds awesome! I think I prefer the green bowl; but, I'd be happy with white too! Thank you for a chance to win!

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  13. What a cute idea. I always want to make something using Red and White fabric. I would like to win the set with the white bowl please. Thanks for sharing! CherylinQ@hotmail.com

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  14. I love the red and white in the white bowl. Thank you for the opportunity to win a generous gift. Love your patterns. A tradition we have is on Christmas eve the kids get to open one present which is always a n pair of pajamas. They go out them on, grab a blanket and then we pile into the car and drive around looking at all the Christmas lights. The kids a grown now but they still get pjs on Christmas eve. Again, thank you for this wonderful opportunity to win
    rita@integrity-inc.com

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  15. How darn cute! I am always impressed with what you folks come up with!

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  16. The green bowl is perfect for my Christmas butternut Squash and Bacon Soup.

    We have an old set of Swedish Angel Candle Chimes that we always light on Christmas Day for dinner even though we now have to send to Holland to get the candles.

    My wife and our customers love your patterns!

    Trevor galenabay@telus.net

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  17. Love the mug & fabric - white would work great for me.

    Our family has a tradition of going caroling to shut-ins in our community.
    jonandgwenroen@gmail.com

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  18. I love them both but I am leaning towards the dark soup bowl with the cherry fabrics. Either one would be great to have. jazzysmomndad@aol.com

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  19. I would love to win the dark bowl. I love the mix of fabrics. We always put a Christmas puzzle together. We've had the same puzzle for 21 years now. Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize.
    ceciliayoung at gmx dot com

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  20. What a wonderful gesture for the holiday season! One of our Christmas traditions is my son would pick an Angel,a child that needed a secret santa to help bring presents, that was the same age as him and he would pick out presents for the child,with a little help from me.It helped him in realizing there was more to Christmas than just receiving gifts. If chosen, I would appreciate either set very much! Thanks,quiltalotmo@yahoo.com

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  21. Love the red and white one. Love all the whimsical designs. I have used several to make bags with instead of sweatshirts. From Bufordquilter@aol.com

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  22. What a great idea!! I love both of the bowls but the dark one is my favorite. hazel54@yahoo.com

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  23. Would love to win your white bowl, fabric and patterns. Thanks for your giveaway opportunity and Merry Christmas! LKDrum@aol.com

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  24. Dark bowl, light bowl, dark bowl, light bowl. Hmmm....... Both look great. If I have to pick one, then I choose the dark bowl because the cherry fabrics are too cute.
    soparkave(at)aol(dot)com

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  25. Love the blue bowl with the cherry fabric! So cute. I need this because I am always wanting to fix soup at work and don't have a bowl that will work. The mug I have is too small. And the spatter guard would make clean up easier. (We don't have a sink in kitchen area so have to go out to the one outside the restroom to get water.)

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    Sandy A
    scotty4me39(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  26. Thanks for the chance to get one of these beuties! I really like the dark bowl better! Our fav Christmas thing is to get up very early and wand watcy the grands on the east coast on the web cam as they open gifts!

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  27. What a cute idea. I'd have to go with the red & white bowl. My favorite tradition is to fill my husband's stocking after he goes to bed on Christmas eve. It is sometimes hard to wait him out, but he always gets up before I do, so I have to do it the night before.

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  28. ooops forgot the email cnd2821@blackfoot.net Not too worried about spam, our internet provider has a herculean spam filter, hardly anything gets through.

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  29. Wonderful giveaway! Hard to pick a favorite,but I love the white with red on the right best,but both are adorable! Love your patterns and whimsy as usual. have most of your patterns! I love to bake popovers for Christmas! With strawberry jelly! That says Christmas to me. bonniesline at aol dot com Bonnie Nyquist

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  30. LUV LUV LUV the Green Soup Bowl with the HAPPY Cherry & Coordinating FABULOUS Fabrics. What a GREAT GIFT!!! Pat H. Email: PHogge(at)yahoo(dot)com :-)

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  31. What a wonderful opportunity!! I hadn't seen this pattern yet and it will be a true must have and a terrific gift ... hostess or exchange too, which are hard to make for. I would be thrilled with either so .... please, please, please enter me for a chance to win!! Thank you!!

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  32. I Like Blue.
    Holiday tradition: Always putting money in the Salvation Army kettle whenever we see one.
    robrie(at)kvcr(dot)sbccd(dot)org

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  33. I love both of them, but would choose the red and white one. Christmas Dinner of standing rib roast and Yorkshire pudding is one of our favorite traditions. Thanks for a wonderful giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  34. I would have to choose the white bowl, even though I like both of them. Thanks for having a great giveaway at christmas time.

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  35. I like them both. What very cute fabric. One of our holiday traditions is to make homemade Swedish rye bread (named Limpa) for Christmas. It's a family recipe passed down through my Mom's family. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  36. I would love to win the dark bowl..

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  37. I would love to win either of them. Holiday Tradition: Baking Scones Christmas morning. jbt1928(at)AOL(dot)com

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  38. I love the red and white one, it reminds me of peppermint sticks and candy canes peppermint is my favorite all time candy. I make chicken noodle soup for Christmas eve for friends and family my chicken noodle soup is a family tradition. dettreylewis@yahoo.com

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  39. The white bowl would be perfect for my cheesy potato bacon soup. Love this idea! One tradition we do is take a picture of our daughter every year and put it in a tree ornament for our tree and give one to my parents and in-laws. We all have 18 years of photos to cherish each year when we put up our trees. pgenereux(at)cfl(dot)us(dot)com

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  40. Both are adorable but the red and white is my favorite.

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  41. What a fantastic idea....please please please pick me:):) The red and white one is my FAVORITE. casnic01@hotmail.com

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  42. I love both bowls. Just cheery fabric for a soup lunch on a cold , dreary winter day my favorite Christmas tradition is one we started more recently as my children become young adults. We have a gingerbread decorating competition. The kids team up with their partners and bring their favorite candy and secret weapons (icing piping tools). My son (the archetecture major) tries to put the most candy he can on his house without it collapsing. My daughter (the artist) is perfecting her roof tiles. We often laugh to the point of tears as they try to out do one another. Our neighbor drops in to judge and funnily it seems they alternate winning. :-). Tami(dot)leggett(at)gmail(dot)com.

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  43. Love either one of them. Wish I had seen this earlier in the season. Would make perfect xmas gifts. Kennykids@aol.com

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  44. OH NO,.....This has to be the hardest choice EVER!! I LOVE them both so much!!!Those fabrics cheer me up on a dreary winter day! OH MY....OH,MY!!.....Let me think a minute here..........AAARRRRRGGGGHHHH!!!! Nope, just cannot be done!!! I LOVE THEM BOTH EQUALLY!! I think it's safe to say I would not be disappointed in winning either one of them!!! Pick me,please!!!

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  45. I love this idea and the white bowl would be my first choice.
    thanks so much!

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  46. I love soup when the weather is cold like it is now. I think I will make chicken soup for dinner tonight! I like both the bowls,but blue is my favorite color so I would definitely go with the blue.

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  47. Sign me up!
    Dragonladyusa@hotmail.com

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  48. I love the cherries in the green bowl. Thanks for a great giveaway. Love your site, I just found it. holly
    hollyheh@yahoo.com

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