Cheerful Original Classic Wreath Giveaway

My Friend P.Allen

The cooler temperatures in my Ohio garden has brought me indoors to stay warm and start decorating for the Thanksgiving and Christmas season.  I’m so excited to be able to offer this giveaway from my friends at P.Allen Smiths because I have had my eye on his collection of Holiday decor since I first saw it in 2010 at the Independent Garden Center show when I was working photography for The Garden World Report with Shirley Bovshow.  Every year I dream of owning one of P.Allen Smiths beautiful  pieces in my home or garden.   This year I’m offering a chance for you to enjoy the Original Classic 20″ Wreath in your home or garden.

My Friend P.Allen Sharing His New Collection Just In Time For Holiday Decorating!

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To carry on the cheerful tradition of holly-bedecked halls, P.Allen added berry accents to a circle of cedar and juniper combined with pine cones and red berries-topped off with a quartet of classic red plaid ribbons-for a look that epitomizes the holiday season. From the Original Classic Collection, kick off the season with the 20-inch wreath, styled with brilliant red berries and traditional red plaid ribbons capturing the classic holiday pairing of red and green. One of my blog readers is going to receive this beautiful wreath just in time for the holidays!

The Original Classic 20″ Wreath Giveaway :

This event runs November 11 – 26, 2012 and the winner will be announced during #gardenchat Monday 9 p.m. ET.   If you are the winner picked using random.org I will announce it via Twitter, Google + and Facebook at 9 p.m. November 26th.   The person announced must contact me by Wednesday 28th Midnight with shipping information or they will forfeit this beautiful gift!

How To Enter The Wreath Giveaway :

1. Share on my blog post today a Holiday Tradition you continue each season.

EXTRA You’ll increase your chances of having your name picked if you share on Pinterest, Twitter and Facebook( you do not have to do these to qualify – only #1 above – comment on this blog post.  HOWEVER your name will be added to the drawing for each additional point you participate in below. )

Name that is drawn out of a hat featured on my BGgarden.com will be posted on Monday November 26 at 9 p.m. ET .  Be sure to check back on this link to see if you are the winner or follow on Twitter,Google+, Facebook and Pinterest where the winner will be also announced.

Best of Luck to you and and I can’t wait to hear about your holiday traditions!

 

31 thoughts on “Cheerful Original Classic Wreath Giveaway

  1. I started making my own Christmas wreaths 5 years ago when we bought a house with a set of double front doors. My flimsy, plastic wreath didn’t look decent enough for public viewing against those 2 doors. Now I’m back down to one front door but like wreaths on all my doors. Winning this one would be a delight and fit perfectly on the porch door.

  2. Every year, my brother and I watch movies while we eat our Christmas feast.
    We really enjoy that.

  3. tweet-https://twitter.com/amyorvin/status/267946688445030400

  4. Every holiday season we go to a local farm that has an amazing light display.

  5. tweeted–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/267975485588377600

  6. I like this post. My Facebook username is Mary Happymommy.

  7. Shared on Google +1–https://plus.google.com/u/0/107669395021498938685/posts/YsNpJkkr2Ww

  8. Bren, We can always count on Allen for holiday inspiration from the garden! Our family makes candy each year to share with family and friends. It’s great fun!

  9. My personal tradition is the live tree, even if it’s a small rosemary tree. Has to be a live tree.

  10. Hi Bren! My family has two Christmas traditions that have continued from childhood until now. #1- my Mom’s cornbread dressing. The smell and taste of that dressing mean the holidays to us. #2- we bundle up in the car and drive around looking at Christmas lights. Over the years we have added to that tradition. Now days, we eat Mexican food, go to the 7:30 p.m. Christmas Eve church service and then drive around looking at lights. The holidays just wouldn’t be the holidays without those traditions.

  11. We go pick out a Christmas tree the day after Thanksgiving.

  12. One of my favorite traditions is baking and decorating sugar cookies with my 2 daughters.

  13. I love that Christmas is a time of family togetherness & traditions. One of my favorite traditions is making cookies with my Mom & my kids.

  14. On Thanksgiving each year, we draw name’s for a Secret Santa gift. It’s a surprise, so we don’t tell who has who. The object is to buy a funny gift costing no more than one dollar which is individually humorous for the recipient. For example, I had my brother’s name one year. He worked at a dairy farm and his feet smelled horrid after a day of work. It was a running joke all year long about his stinky feet. So of course, I bought him Odor Eaters shoe inserts!

  15. Tweeting on Twitter : I’m entering @BG_garden s Original Classic Wreath by @PAllenSmith giveaway at http://goo.gl/mJfGI

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  19. I love to decorate with fresh greenery. I always put the lights on the tree then hand the ornament boxes to my kids and let them take over. Each year we pick out new decorations to add to the Christmas tree.

  20. Cathy Christian says:

    We were blessed with 2 daughters when i started the tradition of getting them hand-made ornaments for the tree..now we have 5 granddaughters and our last little miracle will be getting her very first ornament this year! My oldest daughter should have enough ornaments she could cover the whole tree lol.

  21. Susie W. Clay says:

    Our yearly tradition is to have our family Thanksgiving on Thurday, and eat way too much & spend time together. And then first thing Friday morning we bundle up and head out to the Christmas tree farm. We pick out our tree, cut it down, have hot chocolate, and head home. We do the whole getting it straight in the stand on our front porch, and then bring it in and decorate. Fun family time, and the same every year.

  22. We have a few kinds of cookies from family recipes that we make every year for Christmas, and also Mom’s Christmas stollen is a must have.

  23. Our tradition is to sleep out under the Christmas tree one evening before Christmas.

  24. I have given our daughter a Christmas ornament on Christmas Eve every year. She is now 28 and married and I have continued the tradition to her and her husband. When she celebrated her first Christmas in her own home I gave her a memory box covered in holiday photos of her through the years that contained all her ornaments thus far. I hope to continue this tradition with grandchildren one day.

  25. We get together,eat & enjoy each others company.

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