Free Stuff Friday!!

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It’s Friday again, and we have a fabulous giveaway this week to get you in the holiday spirit!

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This week’s winner will receive 3 packs of Darice Glass Ball Ornaments!

Every Friday we’ll post a giveaway on Think Crafts and all you have to do is comment on the blog post answering the question of the week. We’ll pick the winners and contact them via email. Deadline is midnight tonight and the winner will be announced Monday. One entry per person please.

Question of the week: When do you start decorating for the holidays?

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34 thoughts on “Free Stuff Friday!!

  1. Maria shehan

    I start decorating on Thanksgiving. The christmas tree is decorated as soon as the children and grandkids arrive.

  2. Debi Martin

    I start decorating around Thanksgiving, also. My dad’s family (150+ people) get together for Christmas over the Thanksgiving weekend, so that is truly the start of the Christmas season for us.

  3. Judy

    I used to get started by the first of November.
    These days I’m lucky to have the tree up the week before Christmas!

  4. Janet

    I usually decorate the day after Thanksgiving. That can vary depending upon the other events/activities that are happening in my life at that time.

  5. Emily

    We have simple and reflective Advent decorations throughout December, including a Nativity scene that we add to one piece a day. Then we fully decorate the house one or two days before Christmas so that it is all magical on Christmas Eve night and all celebratory for Christmas Day and the next 12 days, a wonderful contrast to the previous weeks!

  6. Denise Bryant

    I’m a last-minute kinda gal! I usually don’t get it started til mid-December! This year I am retired, and before it always depended on my work schedule.

  7. Cindy Sherwood

    The day after Thanksgiving. As a kid, we put the tree and decorations up Christmas Eve and took them down New Years Day. With a big family, we needed the room taken up by the tree.

  8. Abigail

    Weather depending – we put our lights up and start the weekend after Thanksgiving. My mom comes to visit for Thanksgiving so my kids love that she’s around to help decorate with them!

  9. Laura

    I love decorating for Christmas, but I won’t start sooner than December 1. I love to make new decorations and special ornaments to highlight on the year, most of all though I go into crazy bake mode, and I make marshmallows and other treats to not only enjoy myself but to give as gifts. My husband and I like to put little treat boxes together for those we know, even if not well, so those we see often know they are thought of and we can spread some cheer.

  10. Noreen

    I start decorating for Halloween around the first of October. When I put that away I decorate for Thanksgiving. We usually put the tree up Thanksgiving weekend. Thanks for the chance to win!

  11. Nancy D

    the day after thanksgiving will always be to me the official start of the holiday season. And that is when I will start decorating. Plus I love fall so I leave those decorations up as long as I can.

  12. Anna Ross-Cook

    Planning starts in September. Decoration construction takes place October through November, then everything gets put up December 1st. Fall decorations come down after Thanksgiving, so there are a few days without visual stimulation.

  13. barb macaskill

    We start decorating for Christmas the day after Thanksgiving! Each day we add a little bit more and by Christmas Eve we have quite the display of decorations all around the house!

  14. Christine Higgins

    somewhere between the day after Thanksgiving and the 1st of Dec, try to have all decorating done by then

  15. Wendy

    I start picking up new things after Halloween and put everything up just before Thanksgiving. I love Christmas decorations!

  16. Rosemarie Porter

    I decorate the Saturday after Thanksgiving, this way I get into the holiday spirit and it lasts through New Years Day.

  17. Robyn Gist

    I start decorating in September for fall and Halloween. About a week before Thanksgiving I like to have my tree up, and the rest of the Christmas decorations the day after turkey day.

  18. Rebecca Secora

    We almost always decorate Thanksgiving weekend, otherwise we run out time and it doesn’t get done. Life between Thanksgiving and Christmas is a crazy busy rush for our family.

  19. Marilyn Pirie

    I like to start decorating after veterans day because we have to respect our veterans and give them there time because they gave there time for us and it also gives me a little extra time for craft. But i dooo looove Christmas 🙂

  20. Stella

    We start decorating on Thanksgiving weekend. The outside lights definitely go up on Friday (day after Thanksgiving)

  21. Jean E Snider

    I usually plan for the weekend after Thanksgiving to put the tree up. Sometimes it gets done on time! I decorate for most of the month of December, but then many times leave it up throughout January just so I can enjoy ALL of it together.

  22. Janet Cobb

    I decorate the weekend after Thanksgiving and take it all down usually the day after Christmas. Once the excitement is over, I just want the mess cleaned up and put away so that I can enjoy the New Year’s festivities without having to face the Christmas mess afterward.

  23. Sherrie Polatas

    Planning starts right after Halloween but decoratons don’t get put out until the weekend after Thanksgiving.
    We try to switch things up so it looks fresh from year to year.

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