Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Creatively Made Home for the Holidays....Win a Free Spot!


Giveaway closed!!
Last week I was contacted by a sweet blog friend, Andrea of Keeping It Cozy
I have been a follower of her blog for some time now and I love her style, lovely words, and beautiful pictures. 
She asked if I would like to share about Creatively Made Home for the Holidays...a course that Andrea is a part of, and where she will be sharing her heart and home.
I love her explanation...
This course will be full of ideas, beauty, inspiration, joy and encouragement... it's about sharing the warmth of your home with family and friends.  It's about creating beauty in little things, opening your home with hospitality, and welcoming others into the love of your family.  It's about so much more than the contents of your home - it's about the contents of your heart. 
This course is hosted by Jeanne Oliver.
Have you visited her blog before?
Oh...it is treat!
Creatively Made Home for the Holidays has "me" written all over it!
Loving on your home, friends, and family through the holidays is truly what a simple season of love is all about.

I am so pleased to be able to offer TWO FREE spots!!

ABOUT THE COURSE IN JEANNE OLIVER’S WORDS:
Join eight of my friends and me as we celebrate loving on your home, friends and family through the holidays.
You will be encouraged as you hear honestly from each woman about the times things did not go as planned during their holidays.
You will hear honest discussions about their own journey of hospitality.
You will walk away inspired as you hear about the traditions and special moments from their childhood and how they create special moments with their families today.
You will be able to watch beautiful videos with gift giving ideas, decorating projects and favorite family recipes.
We all want to create authentic moments with our friends and families.
We all desire for the ones we love to leave our homes knowing that they were welcomed and loved.
My hope is that this course will help you slow down and find the joy and beauty in the holidays.




WHAT IS INCLUDED
  • Each week you will have amazing truthful videos from the nine teachers.
  • There will be 30+ project videos.  These will be incredible videos that include everything from cooking, gift giving and decorating.
  • Tons of beautiful house photos from each of the nine women.
  • Supply lists and PDFs for each project.
  • A digital recipe book of the recipes shared in this course.
  • You will have access for one full year.
Doesn't it sound like FUN?
If you would like to register now...

 The e-course will launch October 15.

Early registration is now open at a discounted rate of $48.

It will go to the regular price of $58 on August 26. 

CLICK BUTTON TO PAY FOR COURSE

 
Once you've paid, visit here to register (it's free) and create a login for the course. 


I am so pleased to offer TWO free registrations!!

To enter, just use the Rafflecopter below!
You can enter daily...if you want to :). 
Giveaway ends on Monday, August 26th.
Thank you so much Andrea for your gracious offer!!
I can't wait to see you in Creatively Made Home for the Holidays!





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36 comments:

Dani Graham said...

Thank You Julia and Keeping It Cozy for the opportunity! What a GIFT!

Anonymous said...

Thank you, would be fun to win! Love decorating and the scents of baking that go along with the holidays.

Deby said...

Muchas gracias!!! Cariños

Heather said...

I love the baking days with my children - and the delivering evenings with the whole family. We pile baskets or silver trays (that we thrift all year long just for this purpose) with fresh baked cookies and deliver them to friends and loved ones!

okcamp said...

Oh no, does this mean summer is almost over? Sounds like fun, though.

Bonnie said...

How Fun. Great giveaway. Can't wait for the holidays.

Terry Starnes said...

Hi Julia - my favorite time of the holidays is getting together with my family and sharing a meal. I love the fellowship. Thanks for the opportunity to win this..

Michelle said...

Thank you Julia for a great giveaway. I love crafting around the holidays and decorating my house would be something fun for my children and I to do.
Blessings,
Michelle

Megan @ Restoring the Roost said...

I would LOVE to win a free spot for this course! I also adore Andrea's blog and her style. Thanks so much for the opportunity. Looking forward to this fall and the Holidays :)

Anonymous said...

In the midst of yesterday's 94 degree heat, I was thinking of Thanksgiving and Christmas, looking forward to family and all we share. I would absolutely love to win one of the spots in the creative holiday class.
Bless you for sharing,
Beth

Adrienne @ Whole New Mom said...

I love baking. And decorating the tree w/ my kids.

tmishler said...

how cool is this...... i think i would really enjoy a class of this sort

Unknown said...

This sounds quite exciting!

Unknown said...

This sounds quite exciting!

Anonymous said...

My favorite memory is having all the extended family packed into my parents' living room on Christmas eve...the first order of business is my Daddy reading Luke 2...sigh-my treasured moment!! Becky J abcjones@comcast.net

PAM said...

I am trying my best to win a spot for this e-course. It sounds so fun and I have definitely downsized my holiday headache but now I want to add some warm hospitality to it. This sounds perfect!

Rachel Day said...

Neat opportunity! I love the fact that my husband always tries to get our anniversary off (Dec. 23) so we can have an evening together (a very rare treat). I also love Christmas Eve because we always get together with my parents and brothers and eat all out favorite foods--there's usually some kind of shrimp and Chickfila nuggets and LOTS of sweets. And finally, I love that we always eat Chinese food on Christmas Night (like in "A Christmas Story"). Fun traditions... great idea :D

Patty said...

I love looking at the twinkling lights on the Christmas tree!

Patty said...

I love looking at the twinkling lights on the Christmas tree!

Anonymous said...

My favorite is us all being together celebrating Jesus. I try not to take for granted that next year we will all be together.

Joy said...

I love all the warmth of spending time together with family and friends over good food, candlelight, good music...♥

Anonymous said...

Sounds so fun! Vpwas@comcast.net

christine said...

I host a huge cookie exchange each year with family and friends!

Anonymous said...

I host a huge cookie exchange each year with family and friends!

Gumbo Lily said...

Sounds amazing and magical! Thank you for the opportunity, Julia.

Judy said...

Sounds like a fun inspirational things for me to do. My favorite holiday things are family, cozy fires, candles, baking,

Ariane said...

Baking and Christmas Break!

Carolyn thomas said...

Wow! Sounds like fun!

Anonymous said...

Undoubtedly, cutting down a tree from the forest and bringing inside to decorate is my favorite holiday joy!

Unknown said...

My favorite holiday tradition as a kid was making Ollie Bollen and appleflappen with my mom. :)

Cynthia Crosby said...

My favorite Christmas traditions included going to midnight Mass and making Ollie Bollen with my mom.

Anonymous said...

Love this idea!

Carol said...

What a joyful way to start the holiday season. It would be so nice to see what inspiring ideas these talented ladies are going to share.

Smiles,
Carol Casey
jcdas@msn.com

Carol said...

What a wonderful way to start the holiday season. I can only imagine the inspiring ideas these talented ladies are going to share.

Smiles,

Carol Casey
jcdas@msn.com

Deby said...

Estoy muy contenta Julia!!! Mil veces gracias!!!

Deby said...

Estoy muy contenta!! Muchas Gracias Julia!!! Mil besos

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