Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Chex Mix and Sams Club Giftcard Giveaway!!!!


Are you planning a Holiday party this season? Or perhaps you are just going to have family over during the holiday season. Instead of serving the usual cookie and fruit cake mix that gets so much attention this year, how about a Chex Mix change? There are so many easy ways to mix Chex cereal into the festivities for a fun and delicious snack. You worried about time, well don't! Go here for a listing of several 15 minute recipes and bonus NO OVEN! Sweet!
You can even head here to use these festive invites for your guests.
If you don't want your guests to leave empty handed, check out these cute packaging ideas to give them take home goodies.
Check out all the great ideas and suggestions for your perfect get together here.

With my giveaway, you can stock up on all your Chex cereal and supplies at Sams Club for a super get together.

To enter:
Just leave a comment with what is your favorite tradition or memory from this time of year.

Limit 1 entry per person, winner will be chosen via random org from all eligible comments. If posting as anon, you must leave some kind of identifying information so I can contact you in event of being selected. If no identifying information or contact info is left, your comment will be void.(just a name and initial is fine to protect your identity).  Email entries are not valid and will be deleted, all valid entries must be left as a comment on this post.  If you are reading via RSS feed, click here to access blog post for entry.
Giveaway will close December 20th and winner will be selected and informed.
Winner will receive a $25 gift card to Sams Club and a box of Chex Mix(double box from Sams Club)


Disclosure: The Sam’s Club gift card, information, and giveaway have been provided by Sam’s Club, Chex Party Mix and General Mills through MyBlogSpark.  All opinions expressed here are my own as always.


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44 comments:

Anonymous said...

favorite memory of this time of year is eating tamales. yumm

Carla R-

Cheryl H. said...

My favorite Christmas tradition is pulling out the old ornaments the kids made when they were little. So many memories!

JC said...

My favorite tradition is to pick up Christmas tree with my family.

Norma said...

Making desserts with my mom :)

Marci said...

There are so many fun traditions from this time of year, but I think my favorite was helping my mom make different treats that we would then pass out to friends and neighbors. We usually pick one thing each year now that I do it myself, but my mom did a variety every time and each plate got a little of each.

Kari said...

My favorite memory from this time of year is that we are all able to come together as a family. During the rest of the year we are scattered all over the world. But at Christmas my sister and her family and my family and I are able to get together at my parent's house. Some of the best memories are made by just being together

Nina said...

Favorite new tradition.... Making homemade enchiladas on Christmas Eve. It is a nice break from the usual holiday meals.

Gina M Maddox said...

My favorite tradition is baking with my family! Thanks for the chance to win!

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Ginny H said...

My favorite memory from this time of year is watching my son's face light up when he sees that Santa brought him "just what {he} wanted!"

Anonymous said...

My favorite holiday tradition is baking holiday treats with my children. We usually make a day of it and then pass them out to family, friends and neighbors.
Melissa D.

Mami2jcn said...

My favorite tradition is driving around to look at the Christmas lights.

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katychick said...

my favorite tradition is picking out the christmas tree and playing christmas music and staying up all night decorating it
tcogbill at live dot com

a new tradition now is the live nativity scenes- never seen one before and loved it

Rosa said...

My favorite tradition is the one from my homeland, praying the novena in front of a menger with the Nativity, and singing Christmas carols.

Casey G. said...

My favorite tradition is decorating (definitely not putting down) the Christmas tree while listening Christmas music, and giggling and cooking with family around!

jp26 said...

Our favorite tradition is to go to Blora (in texas) and look at all the Christmas lights followed by a family meal out.

Anonymous said...

My favorite tradition is going out on Christmas Eve and looking at the lights around town and then going home to have the boys unwrap 1 gift from us (PJs to wear on Christmas).
~Amy B.

Melissa G said...

Love Christmas morning and the special breakfast my mom makes after we open gifts!

A said...

My favorite tradition just got started this year. I'm having my three year old make one ornament for the tree every Christmas. Then we put it up together. We only have one, but soon will have many!

Audrey

Anonymous said...

my tradition is baking cookies with my daughter



Sally

Anonymous said...

baking cookies with my daughter

Sally G

Julie said...

I live out of state from my family-=going home for the holidays is my favorite tradtion
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sarah said...

My favorite tradition is getting together with the whole family and talking til midnight of the 24th and as soon as it strikes 12:01 am 12/25 we open gifts! we have been doing it since we were children and its the best time

annemarie said...

My favorite tradition is midnight mass - so beautiful and the real reason for the season. A snowy midnight mass would really be nice but here in Texas I doubt if that will happen!

Alex H said...

my fav memory is putting up the christmas tree with all the ornaments with my parents & siblings!

Shooting Stars Mag said...

going to see a movie christmas day with my family!

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AubreyLaine said...

looking @ christmas lights!
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pcothran said...

Definately my most memorable (and saddest) Christmas was ten years ago. My mom's funeral was on the morning of Christmas Eve. We were gathered together in Dad's living room to open gifts the next night, and my seven year old nephew handed me a small gift that he got from the Santa shop at school, and sadly said, "I got this for Grandma, but..." I felt honored that he gave me the gift that was meant for Mom. When I opened it up, I saw a little plastic turtle that would have added to Mom's turtle collection. With tear-filled eyes, I gave him a big hug & thanked him. That little turtle has stayed on my kitchen window sill ever since.

Frances said...

One of my favorite traditions is decorating our tree with all the ornaments we have collected over the years. Some purchased and some made by our kids.

Vivian said...

Eating tamales & menudo at Christmas w/ the family

helen pagola said...

I started a tradition with my son ... each Christmas my son picks out an ornament for the tree. I mark the year somewhere on the ornament. He is only 8 years old, but already it is interesting to see the various ornaments he has picked out over the years.

Christy said...

Started when they were born... I picked out an ornament for each of my kids that represented something special that happened that year... As they are now older, they pick them out. I love going shopping to see what ornament they will pick out as they already have something in mind, but won't tell me (4 yrs old daughter and 6 yrs old son). We also bake and decorate cookies for Santa on Christmas Eve, leave carrots for the reindeer and read "'Twas the Night Before Christmas". Last year was the first year my son read it - he was so proud of himself and so animated in his voice (5 yrs old then).

Deanna G. said...

My favorite tradition is baking gingerbread cookies! :)


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Anonymous said...

Victoria A.

Picking out a real christmas tree with my niece and nephew coming home to let them decorate well as far as they can reach (now 4 and 5 yrs old). Stand back and giggle at how the top half of the tree is completely naked.

vickygoofy@yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

Favorite tradition we started with our kids is to read the story of the birth of Jesus from the bible before the kids open gifts, the kids love it!!

Julie M.

Michelle B. said...

Spending time enjoying the festivities - especially since my Christmas shopping is usually done by September!

Lori Sifuentes said...

My favorite memory is seeing my kids faces light up on christmas morning.

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madlen said...

Our fave tradition is singing xmas songs/carols in the car during this period and we open gifts on Xmas eve after Church
-Madlen

The Fam said...

Playing board games with my family.

Karin said...

favorite memory is of Christmas long ago-- going to my grandma's wonderful old house.... watching the bubble lights on the tree, singing carols, having a delicious meal, etc.

karin56381 (at) gmail.com

mrsdreajulian said...

My favorite memory is from childhood. All the women would be in the kitchen preparing the food, while the men watched football.

Tina said...

decorating the tree and baking the cookies with my family
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Anonymous said...

My favorite tradition is turkey for Christmas dinner!




Ger M.

Janice said...

My favorite holiday tradition is at Thanksgiving after dinner we all put up my grandmothers decorations. We put up her tree and decorate the inside and outside of her house. Always a fun time as a family.
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Crystal K. said...

My favorite tradition was after our school Christmas programs each year a parent always took my friends and I out for pizza!

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