Saturday, December 5, 2009

Traditions

Hello and thank you for visiting me today. I have a Blog-Candy for you, just a little stocking stuffer.
Tomorrow on the 6. of December my family in Germany used to celebrate "Nikolaus" or in English "Santa Claus". I remember my parents hired a guy disguised as Santa and an other one disguised as Rubrecht - his helper. Santa was wearing red and Rubrecht was in dark brown clothes and had his big sack and a broom. The parents gave Santa a list of what we children did good and bad during the year and than Santa was reading it off his big book. There were also notes about the parents and if they did something bad Rubrecht turned them around and hit them with the broom on the behind :-) we kids had a BLAST. We were told that if we kids were bad, that Rubrecht would put us in the "bad child" sack and eventually take us with him. buuhuuuu :-) So Santa was reading our stories and every time when he said i did something i was worried he knew about the stuff i did hahaha. At the end of that Santa opened his sack and we got presents from the good kids sack. Usually i got ... a little toy and gloves, mittens or a sweater.


Soo.. iam sorry if i bothered you with my story - to make it short.. i have a few "candies" for you all prepared. I brought it down to the basics :-) just the stamp. I think most of you have already so much paper and all the extra stuff and for me it is less shipping costs and i can have more little candies up on my blog, so more of you can benefit.

For today i have "Sighlent Night Tilda" for you. She is brand new and on EZ mount ready to go. I will pick the winner sometimes on Monday.
Thank you all and have a wonderful 2. Advent weekend

Please enter your name with Mr. Linky.. it makes it so much easier for me to pick a winner. If you do not have a blog you can use my url to add your name.

133 comments:

Kristine said...

Sweetie!
I loved your story!
So sweet!
Wish you a nice 2.advent weekend!
Hugs from me;)

Kristin said...

A very cute little story!:-) Have a happy 2.advent weekend!
-Kristin-

PattiM said...

I liked your story too!! Childhood memories can be fun to remember.

Hugs,

PattiM
(Pattie's passion)

I Scrap So All Moments Are Remembered!

Cheryl Richter said...

Hallo Claudia!

Wie schön ist diese Tilda! Wir feiern heute auch ein Niederländisches Fest, nämlich "Sinterklaas". Ich glaube, dass es das Gleiche ist wie bei deiner Familie.

LG
Cheryl xxx

Deanna C said...

That was a beautiful story. I love to hear the traditions of other countries for Christmas (or any other season or holiday). I wish we maintained the traditions of our ancestors.

Regina said...

hallo, Claudia

an solche Ereignisse denkt man oft und gerne zurück. Bei uns war es früher so ähnlich.
Kommt bei deinen Kindern morgen auch der Nikolaus?

Wünsche dir und deiner Familie einen schönen 2. Advent und einen ganz lieben Nikolaus!

vorweihnachtliche Grüße Regina

Brenda said...

Claudia, I absolutely loved your story. I remember simpler Christmases as a child where electronics were not the gift to ask for! (cuz there were no computers, ipods, Wii's!!!) I just love this Magnolia, really had a hard time picking which one to use this year for my cards and it was not this one so I would be so excited to win her!!!

Little GTO said...

I love her air! Reminds me of my daughter when is was little. Claudia, you are so generous. Thanks
Sharon L

Wendy said...

She is a cute little Tilda. I loved hearing your story. I just got out my OLD German Advent calendar. My Uncle sent it home from Germany over 40 years ago.

sherry107 said...

Just LOVE your blog -you are sooo talented! Thanks for sharing your life with us!

Pejtoon said...

I love this Tilda .. gregorous!!
Have a nice day :)

bente_me said...

I really loved your story. It's fun to read about other countries traditions. Loved the stamp:) Thanks for the chance to win it:)

Rhonda Miller said...

What a great story. I love to hear of the traditions of others. It's a fun way to share the holidays.

I love this Tilda stamp. Thanks for a chance to win her.

Brenda said...

Very nice memories for you and thank you for sharing your story!

I love the Tilda stamp!

Thank you for this opportunity!
Brenda

Debby said...

great childhood memory!

Heidi said...

what a cute story and a wonderfull tradition.
have a nice 2. advent

JulyeB said...

Its lovely hearing what fellow crafters got up to at christmas different traditions in other countries. Thanks for the chance to win Julye

Tracey said...

What a wonderful story! Thanks for sharing Claudia! And this Tilda stamp is gorgeous! Thanks for the chance to win! xx

Anonymous said...

That is a wonderful Christmas story. It reminds me of when my grandfather from Norway told about how they believed the trolls would take them into the mountains if they misbehaved. I enjoy your blog so much. That Tilda is adorable, as are they all. Sandy A.

MarieL said...

Thanks for the Nikolaus story. We were afraid of Ruprecht but for some odd reason, he never used his broom on us....hehehe. Thanks for giving us a chance to win "Silent Night Tilda". Happy 2. Advent.
Advent, Advent ein Lichtlein brennt.....

Melodie said...

Huhu Claudia,
ja, so war es in meiner Kindheit auch, bin gerade ein bißchen ins Träumen geraten.
Wünsche Dir und Deiner Familie einen wunderschönen Nikolaustag.
Liebe Grüße
Melodie

Deana said...

What a neat Christmas tradition! We only have one, the Christmas pickle. Even though my sister and I are 41 and 43, we still race to the tree at our mom's house to see who will find the pickle first. It is a lot of fun!

Shirley N said...

TFS your sweet story. I love your blog and visit you daily for inspiration and just to enjoy your beautiful artwork! Thanks for the chance and have a great day!

Jenn said...

That sounds like a fun tradition, do you continue it with your kids?

AnnasArt said...

Morgen feiern wir Nikolaus - aber meine Kinder sind schon groß. Da kann ich nur noch die Enkel beschenken. Aber man hat ja schöne Erinnerungen an frühere Zeiten.

Liebe Grüße aus Germany

Ingrid

Penni said...

What a lovely story Claudia, I do love to hear other people traditions.

This is a fab little stamp, I already have it, so I've not entered!!

I wish everyone who has entered good luck!!!

Hugs
Penni
X

PysselVera said...

Sweet story! We have a few traditions in Sweden similar to the one you told =)

Elisa said...

What a lovely story and a cute stamp.Very generous of you.x

coby said...

Hi claudia
Thank you for this great opportunity to win the candy.
And I recognize the Christmas story, because I come from the Netherlands.
Great to read it back, on how it used be :)

greetz and hugs coby

Anonymous said...

I loved your story. I love hearing about customs from other countries. That is a darling little Tilda.

Ida / Little said...

What a sweet story Claudia! :) Have a wonderful weekend!

Hugs Ida

Horners Corner said...

Lovely story.

Anonymous said...

Hello Claudia; when my brother and I were small one Christmas, Mum told us Father Christmas had stayed overnight. We crept downstairs and peeked through a slighly open door; and there was FC asleep on the floor in a red sleeping bag. The only thing was his beard was red instead of white. It was my mum's brother!!But is still made Christmas special.

Thank you for giving me the opportunity to comment.

Jackie Warwick, UK

Judi said...

Very sweet story. Talk about causing a kid anxiety, lol. Fun to have memories like that. Thanks for the chance to win your candy. Cute stamp.

Mill@n said...

Sweet! I would be happy to win the great Magnolia stamp. Just love them! Thanks for a very good blog, I visit several times per week and admire your work!

Monique said...

That's so sweet of you :))).

Hugs Monique

stephanne said...

Awww, that is such a heartwarming story, not only a story but a bit of a lesson, I find it fascinating to learn about other cultures traditions and celebrations. I hop around blogland when I want to learn more about some of the Tilda's that are released and you tend to clear up my questions, so please PLEASE keep telling us the stories :)
Have a wonderful weekend!!
Stephanne

Meretekj said...

What a sweet story.
I love this Tilda stamp.

Pialine said...

Love your story - I remember the magic of Christmas when you was a kid. Absolutely love this Tilda Stamp
Have a great 2.advent weekend too :o)

Kary Sol said...

That was a beautiful story.
Thank you Claudia!

Anonymous said...

Hey are you a professional journalist? This article is very well written, as compared to most other blogs i saw today….
anyhow thanks for the good read!

Donalda said...

So enjoyed your story dear. Hugs

Deonna said...

I enjoyed your story. You can learn so much from other people. I've never owned a Magnolia stamp yet.

Tasha said...

Wow what a magical christmas you must have had - thats an awesome tradition!
I love traditions i think they are what make eaach family unique and itmakes you feel really special

Seasns greetings
love tasha xx

nowalinka said...

Ale słodka ta Tilda :)
iii fajna tradycja :)

Anne said...

What a lovely Tradition Claudia gives a clearer insight to the photo's on Katharina's blog mind she's must of been behaving as there's none of her being smacked with a broom or is she just not showing those ones lol gorgeous Tilda thanks for the chance to win her
Anne xx

Basteltante Ursula said...

Hallo Claudi,
wünsche Dir und Deiner Famile auch ein wuderschönes geruhsames Adventswochendende:

Liebe Grüße

Ursula

Kristin said...

Lovely story! :D
I got to celebrate Sinterklaas in Holland, almost ten years ago, and it was fun seeing other celebrations than what we have here in Norway. :)

Have a great weekend! :)

Scrapbookdoll said...

Over here it is also sinterklaas tonight...and my son is hoping....
I love the gorgious stamp.

Ludkasz said...

I love this Tilda .. beautiful!!
Have a nice day :)

Loz (Aus) said...

I think it's great that Rubrecht hit the naughty parents' bottoms! What fun for the kids! (He'd be arrested for assult these days..! )
Once was so much simpler and fun, I loved your story.
Thanks for the candy offer x

gktenney said...

Your story was so cute. And this Tilda is so sweet. Thanks for the chance to win. Karen

Sandra said...

I think it was a wonderful story! It reminds me of when I was little and what my mom and dad did. Come Christmas Day, there were only presents under the tree for my brothers and none for me. My dad said it was because I must have been bad and then he said, "Oh wait, there is a letter hanging from the tree." It was addressed to, Mom and Dad from Santa! Of coarse my heart just sunk and I thought, OH NO!... It said in the letter, that he(Santa) got tired going up and down the chimney and left some more presents out in the car, and he said he was sorry! It turned out to be a good Christmas after all!

KymKreates said...

Love the story! Thanks for the opportunity! Love that Tilda. One of my favorites!
Kym

Jannhild said...

Hi Claudia!
That was a beautiful story.
It is so cozy to hear the traditions of other countries!

Wish you a nice 2.advent weekend!
Hugs from Jannhild

Jannhild said...

Hi again!!
I forgot to say thanks for the chans to win that beautyful Tilda stamp!!

Hugs :)

Kosemilla said...

You are just so creative and talented! I love to follow your blog, see your beautiful pictures and read your posts. Thank you for all the inspiration!

Wishing you all the best!

Kosemilla

Shelly said...

I loved you story, Claudia. :) That's a tradition that I haven't heard before. It sure sounds like fun. Happy Advent.

Jovita AKA Tia Goofy said...

love your story thanks for sharing.

Kathinka said...

Hi Claudia, Thank you for your story. I live in Holland and we just had our Sinterklaas party. I have one daughter and her Sinterklaas and the Sinterklaas party we celebrated when I was little are basically still the same. Just curious to know if you celebrate it within your family now that you live in the USA.

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Sian said...

Thank you for sharing your lovely story and thanks for the chance to win your blog candy.
Sian
x

Sian said...

Thank you for sharing your lovely story and thanks for the chance to win your blog candy.
Sian
x

stampingdutchgirl said...

Hello Claudia, I loved your story very much. We, in the Netherlands, had our Sint Nicolaas party just today. A big old man dressed in red with a white beard came with his Zwarte Piet, a guy with a black skin, to our houses and gave all the children wonderfull presents! This is almost the same as your story!
Last saterday I went to the Magnolia Event in Doorn and made some lovely things with Magnolia stamps, so since than I'm collecting this stamps!
Greetings from the Netherlands!

Anita said...

Hello Claudia. What a lovely story, I think its so important to hold special yuletide meories, its keeps the magic of Christmas alive. Thank you for your kind blog candy chance aswell, she is adorable.
Warmest wishes...Anita.x

charlene aka scrappygma said...

Claudia traditions are what Christmas is all about ! thanks for sharing yours with us and all your talent through-out the year !
Hugs

Kimmie said...

What a cute little stamp. I hope Santa Claus bings it to me :-).

Greetings from the Netherlands
Kim

Kari said...

I liked your story! It's fun to read about other countries traditions. Loved the stamp. Thanks for the chance to win it! Wish you a nice 2.advent weekend!

Kari :-)

Elena said...

Thank you for sharing your story!
Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Sarah said...

A beautiful story - this is the best time of the year for remembering the old times and enjoying the here and now - best wishes to you and yours for Advent.
Sarah x

Sharon said...

What a lovely story Claudia and thanks for offering such lovely candy.

judith@poppy cottage said...

A lovely story, christmas always brings back memories from chidhood. Great candy, Judith x

Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Claudia, Du musst Dich doch nicht entschuldigen wenn Du etwas von Deiner Kindheit erzaehlst. Wir hatten den Nikolaus auch kommen...bei uns wurde imme eine Geschichte erzaehlt ueber necht Rubrecht....er kam aber nicht :D. Es ist toll wenn Du diese Tradition an Deine Kinder weitergibst. Ich wuensche Dir ein wunderschoenes 2. Advent Wochenende...hast Du auch eine Adventskranz? Libe Gruesse, Sabrina

Jan McConnell said...

Thanks so much for the little story, it brightened my day! Gosh, I am still trying to get my hands on a Tilda stamps, maybe it will be this one.

Nougatine said...

Here in Belgium, there is also Santa Claus ("Saint Nicolas" in French).

Thank you for the candy

kartenfreak243 said...

Ich habe auch so ein tolles Ereignis. Bei uns kommt der Nikolaus am 6.12. abends. Mein Sohn Tim war 4 Jahre alt und wir hatten ausgemacht, das der Nikolaus seine vieelen Schnuller bekommt. Der Nkolaus kam und Tim gab brav seine Schnuller dem Nikolaus,ich dachte im Traum nicht daran, das der kleine Mann sich davon trennt. War ganz stolz auf meinen Junior. Als der Nikolaus weg war kam Tim zu mir und sagte:" So nun fahren wir zum Tengelmannmarkt und kaufen neue Schnuller." Ich glaube das werde ich mein ganzes Leben nicht vergessen. Heute ist Tim 13 Jahre alt und es gibt immer noch den Nikolaus, aber es ist nicht mehr so, als die Kinder klein waren.
Ein schönen 2. Advebt und einen schönen Nikolaustag.
Gruß Conny H.

Janet said...

Thanks so much for the chance to win. i love your work.

moralia said...

I loved reading your little story! I love hearing about Christmas memories.. times sure have changed in the gift department! lol!! I love the Magnolia candy! :) She's adorable!!

Eleftheria said...

really nice story!!! miss the things we did when we were little!!!
I really like your Magnolia stamp!! lucky winner!!!
Happy Holidays from Greece!!

Donna said...

What a great story! We used to put our shoes on the porch or on the hearth in hopes that Saint Nicholas would come. Even today I send my kids little gifts for St. Nicholas day. Loce the Silent Night Tilda. What a beautiful stamp!

kat9 said...

I love the story and it is nice to hear. I am from German decent too. I love to here things about Germany.

hugs

Melyssa said...

Wow thank you for sharing your story. I really enjoyed learning about your tradition especially how the parents get in trouble as well that would be the highlight of my childhood I think! hehe

Denise said...

Great story. I love this stamp and wish so bad ti win it. My craft new items has been to a zilch since a year ago when we had our last real paycheck. Right now I am pining new things to play with since sitting here since Wednesday after surgery.

Anyway thanks for a chance to win this awesome stamp!

Denise Wells
mamascollections@aol.com

Barb Hardeman said...

I loved your story Claudia! Your parents sound like they were so much fun, hiring someone to come and treat you! I've ordered my Christmas stamps, but they are still not here :-( AND I know I didn't order this particular Tilda...thanks for a chance to win your blog candy...hugs...Barb

barbhardeman@gmail.com

Lorianna said...

Oh when times were simpler!!!
Love your blog!!
Such an inspiration
Thanks so much for the chance to win such a beautiful Tilda

Hugs
Lori
Lorianna3344@msn.com

cal8007 said...

Love your story - I'm always interested in knowing how people in other countries celebrate the holidays. I was brought up in Mexico and there is no Santa just the three wise men who come to visit children and leave toys on Jan 6th. When we moved to the border city of Juarez, Mexico, across from El Paso, Texas, my parents started celebrating with Santa - "He" left me my first Bible book of Noah and he signed it with his trembling hand. I was in awe for years. Thanks for sharing your story.

And thanks for the opportunity to win the stamp - you are right we all have too much paper and stuff, but we can always use a "Tilda"

Hugs,

Carmen

Cheryl said...

Cute! Thank you for the chance the win

Jenn K said...

What a wonderful story and childhood memory! Thank you so much for sharing it.

Brandi said...

I love your story! What a wonderful memory! :)

jan farnworth said...

what a wonderful story and such a simple and sweet blog candy.

BananaStamper said...

I very much enjoyed hearing your story Claudia! Sounds like it was a great deal of fun! Thanks for the chance to win a Tilda!

Hugs,
Shanna :)

Country Mouse said...

What a wonderful story! Thanks for sharing!!! And...thanks for the chance to win a cute Magnolia!!!!

Tina said...

Very nice story. Thanks for the chance!

Colleen said...

Awwww...that is such a neat story, Claudia! I love that very much!! How fun!

Anonymous said...

Hallo Claudia,
schöne Kindheitserinnerungen! Wir feiern heute noch so Nikolaus am 6. Dez. nur heissten die zwei bei uns in der Schweiz, Samiklaus und Schmutzli!
Die Tilda ist ja auch wieder allerliebst!
Vielen Dank für Deine wunderschönen Inspirationen, ich schau gerne bei Dir vorbei
lg smaili Manuela

Diana Louwerens said...

Great story, We celebrated this yesterday and luckly my kids did not get the broom (lol) My little girl got a Dora doll and gave a big scream when she saw what was in the package, so great job from Saint Nicolas, love how they believe everything and get al nervous and jumpy
So now on the Santa Claus and start decorating the tree

Karen Arthur said...

Wonderful story, I love hearing of them... especially when they are unique to the country you live in.
Thanks for a chance to win your awesome candy.
Hugs, Karen A

Tracy said...

I love this story. I love hearing about traditions from other parts of the world. Thanks for the chance to win.

doris said...

Hi Claudia,
an solche Ereignisse denkt man gerne zurück. Bei uns war es früher so in etwa.
Kommt morgen auch bei euch der Nikolaus?
Wünsche dir und deiner Familie einen wunderschönen 2. Advent und einen ganz tollen Nikolaus/Santa Claus...!!!

Ganz liebe Grüße
Doris

stardustgemsandribbon said...

Ahhh...what a sweet story Claudia...thanks for sharing, it's nice to read about life in Germany.
Have a happy Sunday. I'm taking Anna to a show with Seamus today.
Hugs
Carole x

Rhona said...

I love reading everyone's childhood traditions, what a sweet story!

Pam said...

I always enjoy hearing of someone elses family memories and traditions. I have this stamp already so if I win I am going to give it to a friend of mine. She would be so excited!
~Pam
http://stampsinc.blogspot.com/

idelangle said...

super gentil tous ça , ton blog est magnifique amitié
isabelle
http://isadtleselfes.canalblog.com/

annececile said...

j'adore, il est magnifique ce tampon !!
bravo et merci !

anne cecile
http://scrapannece.canalblog.com/archives/2009/12/06/16048099.html

Janette said...

Childhood memories are the sweetest,I have never heard the one you have told,it sounds like a lovely tradition,hope you have a wonderful Christmas,hugs Janette.x

Linda Peterson said...

I loved your story. It is so fun to hear about other people's traditions.

Anonymous said...

I loved the story. Please enter me in the Give Away.

Thanks.

Martha
Marthamh2@aol.com

Martinas Welt said...

Ja, der Nikolaus war auch heute schon bei uns =). In Österreich ist der "schwarze" Begleiter nicht der Knecht Ruprecht, sondern der Krampus: Er sieht so ähnlich aus wie der Teufel und sperrt die schlimmen Kinder sin seine Butte, die er am Rücken hat. Da fürchten sich natürlich die Kleinen doch etwas....aber hier gibt es auch viele Perchtenläufe und so ist man doch auch als Kind schon einiges gewöhnt ;)
LG
Martina

Deebi27 said...
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Deebi27 said...

Always remember, reading little stories about how we all may have grown up is just another chance for all of us to learn little bit more about each other. Maybe when we all learn about why we do what we might do, we can bring about a greater peace in the world. Let us all share the with each other! I enjoy the Christmas stories however, I myself share in a different holiday...Hanukkah!

And I LOVE the Tilda stamps and this would make a good starting point of a collection I want!

Peggy said...

Family traditions are wonderful. We alway read the Christmas story from the Bible on Christmas day. Your blog is just wonderful. You are such a talented card/paper designer.
God bless,
Peggy
pegy.allen@gmail.com

rinat said...

I love this Tilda stamp. Thanks for a chance to win her.I loved your story.

Karen said...

It was a lovely story! Thanks for sharing it.
And that Tilda is a real sweetie!

phyllis z said...

thanks for sharing your story. I thought it was wonderful. I love your blog.
Blessings,
Phyllis

Diana said...

I think it was a cute story ..I wish more parents would do things like that .It just makes this time of year more magical ..
thanks for the candy yeaaaaaaaa
hugs diana
vindina@tds.net

Ann said...

I loved your story about your childhood Christmas traditions it is always fun to share. Thanks for the chance to win this darling Tilda. Hugs Ann

Heidi said...

My parents are originally from Germany and when I was growing up we would put our slippers by the front door and in the morning they would be filled with small treats. We would always be so excited to see what was left in our slippers, so much fun!!

inbar said...

it's such a lovely store
since we don't celebreat christmes - i love to hear the sroties about santa.
inbar

carrie said...

What a great story. I love your cards and that looks like a wonderful stamp. Thanks for all your inspiration.

Linda/Sanddollars said...

Wonderful story. Thank you for sharing and for a chance to win such a pretty Tilda.

karine said...

hello
This stamp is very nice, thank you for this candy kisses

Sharon Keanly said...

A lovely story, thanks for sharing. Makes the posts more interesting I think if there's a story behind it. Thanks for the opportunity, I'd love to take this little Angel home with me.

Pam said...

Your story was wonderful....thank you very much for sharing. Although I have lived in Canada my whole life, my parent were German and your story reminded me of traditions we used to have as well that were different from other families. Have a wonderful holiday season. Thanks for the chance to win some candy.

resmith said...

I loved your story! Such a great tradition and wonderful memories!!
Liz

Lorraine said...

Adore the story. I visit your blog most days it is amazing. Hugs from Jersey uk

Sunny said...

that's a nice story! I'm from Germany too but we celebrate it a different way.

Our kids have to clean their shoes the evening before Dec 6. Nikolaus (who isn't santa clause by the way, it's St. Nikolaus - Santa Clause is Wihnachtsmann, but Nikolaus is just a friend of Santa), anyway... the kids have to clean their shoes because St. Nikolaus doesn't put presents in dirty shoes. So St. Nikolaus shows up at night and fill the shoes with little presents. naughty kids could probably get a present which they don't want to have (wood, coal or something else), nice kids get little presents.

I used to love this when I was a kid, now I love to spoil my nephews and it's still sooo much fun, all the preparations for that special day :-)

btw, I've been a good girl this year, haha. I got some candy and some perfume... I was pretty surprised to find the things in my shoes, haha.

So this is my story, hope you don't mind.

I'd like to win the rubberstamp,
it's such a cute one

Sandra

Candy said...

Claudia, Happy St. Niclas Day to you ~ I hope you were good and won't get hit by the broom to many times LOL LOL
I loved reading your story and learning about your childhood traditions.
Thank you for the chance at your candy.
Hugs, Candy

Pam said...

Claudia
Loved your story. Have a wonderful holiday!
Pam

Alexis said...

*giggle* Your story was So Cute!!!

Nancy said...

Hi Claudia,
It was so fun to read your story! I like to learn of other country traditions that is so cool.
I am behind at looking at your blog I usually do not miss a day but I spent the weekend in my craft room. So much to get done and so little time.lol
Thanks for a chance at your cute candy.
Hugs,
Nancy

Kim said...

Claudia I loved your story! :) Thanks so much for sharing it with us and a big thank you for offering up such an adorable stamp and for the chance to win! You are so kind and generous!
Big Hugs~ Kim

Christine said...

Lovely story life was so simple when we were youngsters..very easy pleased with a stocking filled with fruit, nuts & new coins, board games were the norm for me & my brothers ohhh happy days..love to win this cute Tilda..not got any new winter ones allways sold out..

Hugs Christine xx

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