Holiday Shopping Giveaway!

How would like an extra $35 to spend this holiday season?  I'm sure you still have a few things to pick up for loved ones or maybe even yourself! 

I'm thrilled to giveaway this gift certificate to one of my readers compliments of CSN Stores, an amazing website where you can find just about anything from Delsey Luggage to Le Creuset cookware at one their 200+ online stores.

Ready to shop?

Here's how you enter to win.

1. Be a subscriber or follower of Your Southern Peach in some way whether it's RSS feed or email.

2. Leave a simple comment on this post letting me know what your favorite holiday tradition is whether it's cookies, crafts, tree decorating, eggnog...you get the idea.  I'll use random.org to pick the winner this Friday at noon!

3. Make sure to leave an email address or SOME way for me to get in touch with you should you win.

Note: CSN only ships to the United States and Canada and additional shipping charges may apply to Canadian addresses.

Best of luck to everyone and happy shopping!

6 comments:

  1. I subscribe in a reader and I guess our tradition has always been riding around as a family listening to Christmas music and singing while looking at all the lights on other peoples homes.
    It's just not the same without my grandparents but we do it every year anyway
    jacksoncrisman@yahoo.com

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  2. I subscribe through e-mail. It is hard to pick one favorite, but the giving of Bayberry Candles to be burned on Christmas Eve seems to be the top tradition in our family. We have shared these candles on a handmade wooden base with the verse* for 46 years! Growing up, we always burned them on Christmas Eve ourselves...so we keep the tradition alive!

    *'This Bayberry Candle is a gift from a friend. On Christmas Eve burn it down to the end. A bayberry candle when burned to the socket, brings joy to your family and wealth to your pocket.'

    daveninkc@mindspring.com

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  3. Our Christmas party! The food, the music, and celebrating with friends. It simply doesn't get much better than that. We are so happy we get to celebrate with you this year!

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  4. My Mom, sister, and I have always gone shopping the day after Thanksgiving! She was always excited to take us shopping for our Christmas presents! She would have a few surprises up her sleeve for stocking stuffers but the majority of our gifts were things we all picked out together! Now that she is gone, my sister and I carry on the tradition, we always know for sure that she is with us and watching us fight the crowds that day, she got us a great parking spot this year ;)

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  5. I follow on gfc.

    I love making gingerbread men.

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  6. I subscribed via Google Reader, and my favorite tradition is baking Christmas cookies!

    eemoody77 at gmail dot com

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