is singing loud for all to hear” (Elf, the movie)!
In honor of Christmas,
leave a comment (top of this post) and tell me your favorite Christmas movie and you’ll be entered to win a free pattern of your choice from my website!
Drawing to be on Christmas night!
A Merry Christmas to all!
Until next time,
17 thoughts on ““The best way to spread Christmas cheer…”
Oh I love “It’s a Wonderful Life.”
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White Christmas, with Bing Crosby, and Danny Kaye. So Good!!
I love “A Christmas Carol” with Patrick Stewart. I was lucky enough to see his 1 man show of a reading of A Christmas Carol each year he did it in Los Angeles and I consider this movie to be a great bonus Christmas gift.
Christmas in Connecticut with Barbara Stanwyck is my favorite. A screwball comeday & Christmas movie combined – what could be better. Thanks for the giveaway.
Christmas With the Cranks is my favorite – at least it is this year!
My absolute favorite is White Christmas with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye. I cry at the end every single time. Merry Christmas!
It has to be The Christmas Story. Our family was always joking about that one. During the Christmas season we would randomly hear ” You’ll shot your eye out” from my husband. I haven’t been able to watch it this year. I work retail and needed the laughts to help me enjoy Christmas and get throught the stress.
My favorite movie is White Christmas with Bing Crosby. Merry Christmas!
My absolute favorite is White Christmas! I grew up with Bing Crosby singing and it isn’t the Christmas season until his music is on and I’m making a big batch of chocolate fudge. This year all 5 siblings and families are getting together for the first time in years!!
Merry Christmas to you!
Hmmm, that is a hard one. Maybe Miracle on 34th Street. But I am such a kid at heart I am thinking I might like Peanuts or Polar Express. Just found you via the Quiltmakers 100 blocks. Finally drove to the city and picked it up this morning. Now drooling…
Mine is an old 1957 film called “All Mine to Give” Haven’t seen it in a really long time. Be sure to have a tissue nearby.
It’s a Wonderful Life…I know it has been around forever, but it still brings lots of joy.
Miracle on 34th Street. Enjoying the newer Xmas movies on Hallmark Channel as well. Merry Christmas to everyone!
It would be Miracle on 34th Street.
White Christmas with Bing Crosby. He has such a beautiful and easy voice.
The Bishop’s Wife with Cary Grant, Loretta Young, and David Niven.
Well I have two. It’s a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Story, which I just watched this morning. “BeSureToDrinkYourOvaltine” hehe.
Thanks for your giveaway and a chance to win.