The BIG Giveaway!

For the first Little Things Studio giveaway, I’m going to pick FIVE random winners.

They win one of the brand spanking new 2013 YEAR OF SUNSHINE wall calendars (pink or cream – see below) AND a small print of their choice!!!


  1. To enter, please comment below and tell me your favorite Christmas carol (I’m working on Christmas cards and need inspiration).
  2. Enter the email address you’d like me to contact you with IF you win!
  3. Contest ends on Saturday, October 20 at noon (central time).
  4. You must be a facebook fan. I am going to double check to make sure you are a fan!!! If you aren’t, I will randomly draw again a new name.
  5. You cannot enter more than once. If you comment again, it be counted as invalid.

If you are the winner, I will send you an email on Saturday afternoon to get your mailing address and to wall calendar and small print you picked.

I’m excited to see how this giveaway goes! I am making sure this is as fair to everyone as possible. I’m going to use some kind of random number generator that Dave is going to find for me somewhere on the internet! If this goes smoothly, I might want to do this every year. And I will be putting up the new wall calendars next week! I promise!

Thank you and best of luck today!!! -Kate

74 thoughts on “The BIG Giveaway!

  1. Alexa Werling says:

    Nearly all Christmas music makes me want to vomit, but I’ve always had a soft spot for Paul McCartney’s “Wonderful Christmas Time” and John Lennon’s “Happy Christmas.” I also don’t *completely* hate when “I Wish It Was Christmas Today” (from an old SNL sketch) gets stuck in my head.

    P.S. I never realized who sung either of those songs & I find it exceedingly coincidental that they’re both Beatles. Thanks for that!

  2. Rachel Noel says:

    “The First Noel” of course!! Every Christmas, my family buys anything and everything that says “Noel.” All wrapping paper, decorations, and yes, holiday cards must say “Noel”!!

  3. Amelia Patterson says:

    Love this giveaway! And you know I’m a fan of everything you do! 🙂 My favorite Christmas songS are (sorry can’t choose one) “Let There Be Peace On Earth” by Vince Gill, “You Make it Feel Like Christmas” and “Morning Has Broken” by Neil Diamond. And thanks to Ally Watkins I now have a new favorite after googling the “Wexford Carol”!

  4. Rowan Haug says:

    We Three Kings ( you could do something with the “Star of wonder” line?). And “Baby it’s Cold Outside” (though not technically a carol).

  5. Neha Luhar-Trice says:

    my best carol memories are singing The 12 days of christmas with my mom. she was always helping me remember the parts I forgot.

    On a sidebar, please do something related to Tie A yellow ribbon on the old oak tree. Please???? 😉 you are amazing, as always.

  6. Charis says:

    Mmmmm love iiiiit. Welp, I think I love Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas or Little Drummer Boy the most. I freakin miss you Kate. Can’t wait til you come!

  7. Sally Scordino says:

    Don’t know if this is the title or not but my favorite is ‘Mary Did You Know’. Love your calendars! Got two last year – one for me and one for my granddaughter…

  8. Pam Hatfield says:

    Kate, This is such a great idea and the colors are so exciting. I love just looking at all of your “little things”, you amaze me!! The carol that I love so much is a new one; I heard it last year for the first time and I cry everytime I hear it and watch the video. “Where’s The Line To See Jesus” was sung at our children’s program last year and again with our Choir at their Candle Light In White Christmas program. To be your winner would be super; but for others that have not seen or heard this video would really be a blessing to all. It is about a little boy who goes with his Aunt to the Mall and he sees all the kids in the long lines waiting to see Santa and he looks up at his Aunt and says “I want to see Jesus, Where’s the Line to see Jesus!! Awesome and also very heart tugging for all who know and love God but find ourselves losing touch with what Christmas is all about, “Jesu

  9. Carol says:

    I love your designs, Kate!! Some of my many favorite Christmas carols are Silent Night, White Christmas, and The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting on an open fire). And I love you!

  10. Monet says:

    Oh my goodness! I just found out about this…and in the knick of time! I love Silent Night. We sing it at our church and I get goosebumps every time. I am SOOOOO excited to see you at the Renegade Craft Fair in December. Have a wonderful day!

  11. Gwynne says:

    Gorgeous design! Glad my friend Monet shared your work with me. 🙂

    One of my all-time favorite X-mas carols/songs is “Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing” as sung by Sufjan Stevens. Cheers!

  12. Molly Mc says:

    I love all Christmas Carols and most Christmas music. Go Tell It On The Mountain that Jesus Christ is Born…..and Mary Did You Know are two of my favorites that I haven’t seen already mentioned. Christmas music… favorite !!!!

  13. Gaye Sikes says:

    Ok. Here’s the old music teacher. Christmas CAROLS are based on scripture and are used in churches. Christmas SONGS are secular, fun, and are used during the holiday seasons. Jingle Bells is a Christmas song. Silent
    Night is a carol. See?? My favorite is “O Little Town of Bethlehem”. Words are so beautiful. “No ear may hear His coming. Yet in this world of sin, where meek souls will receive Him still, our dear Christ enters in”.

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