Wednesday, December 5, 2012

12 Days of Holiday Cheer Giveaway Day 3: Misa Winter 2012 High Society Collection


Day 1 Winner Announcement: First, let me announce our first winner (via Random.org) of this giveaway series from Day 1. Congratulations to Styleezta! She will receive the bareMinerals palette called The Playlist. I'm really enjoying reading all of your answers to the Question of the Day...here's hoping I can come up with nine more interesting ones! Our Day 1 Question was Do you prefer a white or green Christmas/Holiday, and why? Our winner answered Green all the way :) California girl!!

Day 3 of our 12 Days of Holiday Cheer Giveaway features the newest collection from Misa. The High Society Winter 2012 Collection contains six beautiful shades, including three shimmers and three cremes. Here's a reminder of the rules: Just answer the day's question (below) and leave your eMail in the comments (or check back to see if you've won if you don't feel comfortable leaving your address. You can then eMail me at mej0620@hotmail.com). U.S. residents only, Followers only (includes Google Friend Connect, subscribers, social media followers).

Happy Holidays, from me, to you!



12 Days of Holiday Cheer Question Day 3: Lets talk Holiday food! Tell me what food(s) you look forward to eating during all of the Holiday festivities!

My Answer: I love nibbling on all of the finger foods like cheese and sausage/relish tray items, meatballs, water chestnuts wrapped in bacon, and of course, all of the sweets...Christmas cookies, fudge, homemade salted caramels...yum! I could eat that type of food all year long, except I would gain 100 lbs., and it would probably lose its allure to me if I did!

(note: I personally celebrate the Christmas Holiday, but I hope my questions are able to be interpreted for whatever Holiday you celebrate, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, etc.).

Each day's giveaway will be open for 48 hours. I know some of you subscribe via eMail and don't receive posts until a day or two later. Winners will be announced approximately 48 hours after each giveaway is posted.

*Polishes featured furnished by Misa Cosmetics.

33 comments:

  1. Every year I look forward to homemade sugar cookies, mainly because they just become a vehicle to shove my face with homemade frosting. Follow via GFC. email: thelacqueredlady[at]gmail[dot]com

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  2. Christmas Cookies :). We only make them once a year, and I enjoy them while we have them!

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  3. I was going to say ham since it wasn't served at either of the two Thanksgiving get-togethers I went to. But now that cookies were mentioned...i think i have to change my answer to cookies!! yum yum yum!!
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  4. The food I look forward to most is my ranch cream cheese spread piped onto black pepper flavored Carr's table water crackers. I only do this yummy for Thanksgiving or Christmas and I can eat myself into a coma with them if I am not careful!

    My e-mail is: erikatheicyone@yahoo.com

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  5. My family is Mexican, and we always celebrate the holidays with Mexican traditions. Every year, I look forward to the yummy tamales my mom makes; I can hardly wait :)

    Email: simplejoyofpolish@yahoo.com

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  6. I love pretty much all holiday food. I especially love appetizers, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and pie.

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  7. My dad makes a great prime rib!

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  8. I looked forward to the eggnog. Nothing really catches my fancy when it comes to food.

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  9. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• I'm most looking forward to my Mama's Pancit (Filipino Noodle Dish), Peppermint Bark & my Homemade Pumpkin Bars! :)



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    --- Nicole O.





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  10. Note: Entering for Pam G.--she's unable to get her comment to post, so this will be her entry :)
    Hi I cannot get my comment published for the Misa Giveaway..I love eating my baked goods(cuz I make so many!!!) and I celebrate Christmas and Kwanzaa..pgreenlee@wi.rr.com please enter me in the giveaway this is the 5th time I tried to comment.

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  11. ooh - christmas cookies. i saw a recipe for one with cranberries and white chocolate chips that looked divine!

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  12. Food wise, I look most forward to my mother's stuffing! Oh, and my mother-in-law's banana cream pie :)

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  13. I love Christmas cookies and mint M&Ms.
    jryder416 at yahoo dot com

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  14. All the Christmas cookies!! And a big old ham! Yum
    debbiebarsotti@gmail.com

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  15. Christmas cookies, festive cocktails, and lots and lots of good snacks/appetizers at family gatherings!
    lisa.welding [at] gmail.com

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  16. I'm looking forward to cheese rolls, cookies and fudge!

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  17. Every year we make French-Canadian meat pies (tortiere) at Christmastime; it's my husband's family tradition. And I really love International Delight's White Chocolate Raspberry coffee creamer--I haven't seen it in the grocery store yet this year yet!

    Thank you for the giveaway!

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  18. Those are beautiful polishes! I wasn't aware of this collection.

    My step-father's family always does a traditional Christmas dinner similar to Thanksgiving, and it's good, but I'm most looking forward to the lasagna my mom's family will be having! That and all the yummy cookies and candies my grandmother makes!

    m2hnj25 at gmail dot com

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  19. My sisters makes awesome cookies. She usually bakes around 10 different kinds, so I eat a ton of each kind!

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  20. These days, I think I look forward to eggnog & eggnog flavored things, like ice cream, the most. When I was growing up, it was all the Christmas cookies that my mom used to make. She'd start baking certain kinds right after Thanksgiving and freeze them until about a week before the 25th.

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  21. I look forward to Christmas cookies!
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  22. Oh man, what holiday foods don't I love? All the rich decadent foods of the holidays get me every year!

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  23. Since my family is Jamaican, I look forward to bun and cheese, ackee and saltfish, sorrel, cornbread pudding, rice and peas, and fried fish!

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  24. For me, it's fruit salad, ham and all the sweets! Every year, my stepmom makes new concoctions that turn out so yummy but she can never remember how she did it so you gotta get it while you can.

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  25. I look forward to lefse a Norwegian thing-
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  26. Definitely tamales with hot mexican chocolate. Also mexican sweet bread.

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  27. I look forward to my baby sisters mac and cheese, she makes it just like MOM use to. Ive tried but its never the same. and her husbands greens he says its a secret recipe, but he cooks them in the oven in a roaster.. who knew!! dimnprncs at gmail dot com

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  28. We don't celebrate Christmas but I make Christmas Eve dinner every year for my whole extended family. It's a time for families to be together no matter what you celebrate. My traditional dinner is homemade chili, grilled hot dogs with all the fixings, honey baked turkey, salad, and brownies for dessert. I look forward to that just because I love seeing everyone together. It's casual and fun.

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  30. My mothers stuffing is the absolute best. I can eat that for a meal. I watched her make it for Thanksgiving and now I know what to do! She will still be making it for Christmas as somehow I don't think it will taste the same - I guess it's just not my time yet!

    g(dot)penta(dot)g[at]hotmail(dot)com

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  31. I am really into sweets this of year. Some of my favorites are pumpkin rolls, gingerbread cookies, peppermint bark, and candy canes.

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  32. Oh, gosh -- I hope I'm not too late to enter! I LOVE Misa polish, and I LOVE holiday food.

    I am crazy for pumpkin pie and all the gingerbread flavors that come into vogue this time of year. Starbucks Gingerbread Lattes? Total heaven in a cup!

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  33. I can't wait to dig into all the chocolate and cakes my mom prepares during the holidays. I'm currently away for school, so it's an amazing treat to pig out on all the dessert plus her regular cooking as well!

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