The Stephanie Creekmur Christmas Giveaway!

We are down to less than two weeks until Christmas! I can't even believe it! We are still busy as can be getting any current orders out the door (we'll be making an official announcement on Monday, but we're closing up shop on the 18th!) but I wanted to take a moment and say THANK YOU to all of our customers and friends! Y'all have made this year unbelievable and I'm so, so grateful!
SO - to say thank you, we are giving away a 2014 Planner and the Monogram and Baby It's Cold Outside prints! To enter just comment on this post telling me your favorite Christmas memory. A winner will be selected via and announced on Monday!
Good luck and happy weekend, friends! :)

UPDATE: First let me just say how much I enjoyed reading all of your favorite Christmas memories! It was exactly what I needed to get me out of this "I'm going crazy trying to wrap up this shop for Christmas" slump! The winner of the giveaway was Su San (send your mailing address to and we'll get your present mailed out)! Her entry is below and I just love it! My family sometimes gathers around the piano while my grandma plays Christmas carols. We all sing and it is so fun so I loved this memory! Thanks y'all for sharing your treasured memories with me! I loved them all!! xo - Steph

SU SAN said...
Hi Stephanie, My favorite Christmas memory was when I was 9 years old and my parents, grandparents, and extended family gathered to sing Christmas songs after dinner. We sat in the living room with the only light coming from our Christmas tree. It was peaceful and comforting and I wished moments like that happened more often in our home. My parents argued like crazy the other 364 days of the year and as a kid I was grateful for the fragile truce that happened on Christmas day. We opened presents, went sledding, drank hot chocolate, and laughed. My parents split up a few years later so Christmas got much more peaceful...but I like the happy memory of us being together.


  • Oh, be still my little heart! What a lovely giveaway! (Thanks!)
    My favorite Christmas memory has to be driving around looking at Christmas lights with my great-grandparents who I was blessed to have around as long as I did. We each chose our favorite house & listened to Christmas songs on the radio as we drove up & down the streets. A wonderful family tradition for sure. :)

    Cara McGrady
  • I was 7, my brother was 6. I stopped believing in Santa that year. To keep the magic alive a bit longer my parents surprised us Christmas morning with a go-cart. We were country kids in the 80s and dreamed of such a gift. Attached was a note written in calligraphy with burnt edges (as if it came down the chimney with st. Nick) that read, “merry Christmas! PS Brooke, you didn't believe … Ridiculous! Love Santa Clause” — I believed for another year or two. It was truly a magical experience as a child. My little girl will be two next week. I cannot wait to give her such experiences as well as instill in her the true meaning of Christmas. Christ's Birth. Merry Christmas! :)

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  • My best memories are the ones driving to my grandmothers house in the middle of Alabama looking for Santas sleigh out the sunroof on Christmas eve. Ha. I still do it.

  • Ack! I'm number one and number one hardly gets chosen, but that's just how much I love your work and how proud I am of you, Stephanie! You are an inspiration to me! I am SO happy for you and how well you've done this year and I know that 2014 is only going to get better!

    My favorite Christmas memory has to be the moment when my daughter was old enough to really open up her presents and to see her face light up Christmas morning was priceless. Being a Mama on Christmas is even more magical. :) Thanks for the chance, friend! Would LOVE one of those planners! Hugs! Merry Christmas!!

    Kristina Proffitt
  • I always loved Christmas as a kid, we always listened to the same CD and took turns opening presents until they were all gone. Sipping hot chocolate and using the Christmas dishes!


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