Monday, November 1, 2010

First EVER Giveaway at Momma Chef!!!!

 *****Giveaway now CLOSED***** go here to see the winner***


I love lOvE LOVE this time of the year.

I love the fall colors, the cooler weather, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas.  I love the heightened sense of gratitude and charity this time of year.  My husband and I love doing charity for others and each year we do a big charity project as a family to help teach our young children the importance of serving others.

This year we are making nativity sets and are selling them with all profits going toComfort Quilts .

The quilts are made for the families of fallen police officers and fire fighters and are made from their actual uniforms.  I am the wife of a police officer and I hope I never am in the position to be receiving a Comfort Quilt, but I do know that these quilts are absolutely cherished by those receiving them and that they are a tangible reminder of their loved ones.


So the GIVEAWAY....

I am giving away one of THESE nativity sets.

Want to win it???

Here is what you need to do for up to 5 chances to win (leave a separate comment on THIS post for each entry):

1) Become a follower of Momma Chef

2) Facebook about our nativity sets for Comfort Quilts to help get the word out

3) Tweet about them.

4) Blog about them and tell everyone about them. 

5) Go visit the Comfort Quilt Website and check out the AWESOME charity work they are doing.

You have until Friday at 11:59pm.  The winner will be announced on Saturday morning!

NOW GO SPREAD THE WORD!
 
If you would like a set, please please email me at wsbjensen@gmail.com.  They come in black or brown and are $15 per set.  Each set is made from solid pine and is packaged up in a cute paper sack with ribbon and a tag detailing the cause.

The Nativity Pattern was created over HERE.  Thank you Melinda for letting us use it to help others!




 *****Giveaway now CLOSED***** go here to see the winner***

50 comments:

  1. I'm following you! What a great cause! Also, I wanted to let you know that I've been checking out some of your recipes - I made your pumpkin scones that was featured on Joy's blog a week or 2 ago - yummy!! (she's my big sis!)

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  2. I FB'd about the giveaway at

    http://www.facebook.com/athena.russell

    cereza25 at yahoo dot com

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  3. I'm a follower on GFC.

    cereza25 at yahoo dot com

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  4. I visted the CQ website, and I'm impressed. The quilts are beautiful and they are for a wonderful cause.

    cereza25 at yahoo dot com

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  5. I love the website! It is such an awesome thing they (and YOU) are doing for the families.

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  6. I am a new follower-thanks for following me and blogging and joining in my $35 CSN giveaway:)

    This nativity set is so nice!!

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  7. I am a follower :) Absolutely LOVE that set :)

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  8. I'm a follower! Thanks for letting me know about this! What a great cause! I'll help put the word out however I can!

    Krista
    whilehewasnapping[at]gmail

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  9. Facebooked it. http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/While-He-Was-Napping/110679608957063

    Krista
    whilehewasnapping[at]gmail

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  10. Also blogged about it. http://whilehewasnapping.blogspot.com/2010/11/comfort-quilts.html

    Krista
    whilehewasnapping[at]gmail

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  11. Those are so cute! I'm new to your blog and just became a follower.
    k_springthorpe(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. I posted on your project at http://crafty-kris.blogspot.com

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  13. And I checked out the quilt website - great cause!

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  14. I am a follower on GFC

    kriswhite82 at gmail dot com

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  15. I am now following your blog - looking forward to the awesome recipes!

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  16. I posted about you on my blog!! Spreading the love!

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  17. I have visited the Comfort Quilt website and am so impressed with the work they do. I have many family members in Law Enforcement and 2 sons in the military!

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  18. Posted about you and comfort quilts` on my facebook page!

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  19. I'm a follower! I read about this on The Creative Place's blog.

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  20. I am a follower!!
    *kelly
    kelly-tillotson@hotmail.com

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  21. So excited to follow your blog - love what you all are doing for this cause. :)

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  22. I posted on my facebook! Thanks for the opportunity.

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  23. andd I facebooked about your lovely nativity set!
    facebook.com/steffeyyy

    sewsteffey@gmail.com

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  24. I'm a follower!

    kmvt18(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. I'm a new follower! I love Nativities. They are my favorite Christmas decoration. The Comfort Quilts are an amazing idea. Thank you to your husband for his service. It may not be military, but our police and firefighters need to be thanked for the job they do as well.
    Cate from Random Crafty Georgia Girl
    http://olliebelle20.blogspot.com

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  26. I'm a new follower. I've always wanted my own nativity but I've never actually found one I liked. I love the simplicity of yours, especially in the brown.
    marvelouslymessy at gmail dot com

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  27. Tweeted!!
    http://twitter.com/#!/MarvelouslyMs/status/359658959147008

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  28. I visited the CQ website... awesome. I. Love. It.!

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  29. I'm now following your blog!

    thanks!
    terraljones at gmail dot com

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  30. I visited the CQ site - what wonderful work being done. The uniform quilts brought tears to my eyes.

    terraljones at gmail dot com

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  31. I'm one of the first followers!

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  32. And will put in on my blog . . .

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  33. And will facebook about it . . .

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  34. And will check out comfort quilts . . .

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  35. But I don't have a twitter account.

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  36. I am someone who cherishes handmade items with my whole heart and I can only imagine the comfort that these quilts give to the families. I noticed that they made one, as well as some other things, for the Chief of the Lake Oswego Police Department. Hits too close to home.

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