Win a vintage Shiny Brite ornament wreath — made by Georgia Peachez


Yes. This one broke too. Long story. New link posted above! All entries so far count. 

I know: According to authentic retro etiquette, it’s way too early to talk Christmas decorations. But if you are thinking about doing fabulous things with vintage Shiny Brite ornaments, you only have so many days left to ornie-hoard and hot-glue. Or… if you know you are never gonna get this crafty yourself — here’s your chance to win our super famous annual giveaway: A vintage Shiny Brite ornament wreath made by the the queen of Shiny Brite crafting, the talented and generous Georgia Peachez. WOOT!

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Suzy aka Georgia Peachez

Every year, as a gift to readers, I buy a wreath from Suzy aka Georgia Peachez for this giveaway. Thank you, readers, for being THE BEST. I luv you! Suzy always jumps to help out. She gave me a great price (her wreaths now sell for $250! each!) — and quick as I asked, she made this special wreath just for us. She said:

Pam, I made a wreath with my two favorite elements, a knee hugger elf and a reindeer.

Heck to the yeah, knee hugger elf and reindeer! Thank you, Suzy!

Instructions to enter to win the Shiny Brite wreath made by Georgia Peachez:

  • STEP #1: Add a comment below and in it: Tell us, what is your favorite part of the holiday season? Or whatever. As always, this is fundamentally about spreading the love in any ole way you’re comfortable with. Please note: If you are a first-time commenter, I must “free” your comment from moderation. This may not happen quickly, especially if it’s the weekend. So hang tight.
  • STEP #2: You must be a subscriber to my weekly newsletter to win. Sign up here. (Yes, I am using this as a way to try to keep you addicted to the blog. Please know, though, you can unsubscribe at any time.)
  • One entry per person.
  • 48 states only. Sorry, Alaska, Hawaii and rest of world — this is quite a bulky item and expensive to ship, as it is.
  • Terms of Use apply to all participation on the blog — please read ’em.
  • I’ll run this one for one full week. So, contest ends Friday morning, Nov. 8, 10 am ish Eastern. Again: Winner gets the wreath shown.
  • I will choose a winner via the random.org random number generator… I will check the newsletter log to see that the winner is a bona-fide newsletter subscriber… if so, I will contact the winner (if not, I will move the next person in the comment stream)… they have one calendar week to respond… and if I don’t hear from them, Iwill move on to the next person in the comment stream. Lather. Rinse. Repeat. Be sure to enter your email address correctly in the Comment form!
  • I will post the first name of the winner at the top of this post as soon as they confirm.

Can’t wait to win? Want to make more of your own? Suzy has been super generous and shared her how-to: How to make a Christmas wreath out of vintage Shiny Brites ornaments of your very own. –>.

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Suzy showed us how to make these in this story!

Good luck, everyone!

  1. Tina says:

    I love anything vintage Christmas! Shiny Brite ornaments and Holt Howard figurines are my favorite! Merry Christmas to all!

  2. peg lonergan says:

    Christmas begins when the Thanksgiving left overs are DONE ! Then it is on to a room in my basement that a friend dubbed, THE HOLIDAY ROOM . It houses more than just Christmas, but Christmas in the mother load.
    Then on to deciding what can be displayed this year, as opposed to last. Always a challenge and always FUN !!

  3. Kristen says:

    My two sons are 2 1/2 and 4 months. I love introducing the holiday season to them. Especially my 2 1/2 year old. We have a nativity play set and a Christmas village that allows us to be creative and get excited about Christmas. I also LOVE reading The Sweet Smell of Christmas. There is nothing cuter than seeing my son smell the stickers and say “mom smell Christmas!”

  4. Karen says:

    Oh little elf, little elf … Christmas really begins when we hear David Sedaris read “SantaLand Diaries” on NPR and hear the dulcet tones of “Billy Holiday” singing Away in a Manger.

  5. Donna Huddleston says:

    We have missed a lot of traditional Christmases the last 10 yrs due to cancer, last year included. I bought a new tree last year, and well, just never got around to putting it away. I keep making new ornaments and putting them on the tree. I hope this year is a bit saner. If not, the tree will stay up until my family is healed.

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