Lawn Fawn Intro: Snowflake Background Stencils & Stitched Snowflake Backdrop

Hello and welcome to Lawn Fawn’s November 2021 Inspiration Week! All of our new Fall & Winter 2021 products are available at your favorite store and!

We already have three places you can leave comments to win:
Our big giveaway post!!
Penguin Party post!
Giant Let It Snow & Tiny Winter Friends post!
AND today’s post too!

Today is our showcase of Stitched Snowflake Backdrop and Snowflake Background Stencils! Add a beautiful snow falling background to your cards with this die! Create a pretty, snow-filled background with this set of two stencils. These work well with a variety of crafty techniques.

The design team has made the most amazing samples! Remember to click on the person’s name to see all of the details and leave these wonderful DT girls some comment love!

Audrey gave her favorite Making Frosty Friends snowman a trendy update with Stitched Snowflake Frame and holographic cardstock! The Stitched Snowflake Backdrop adds a perfectly subtle design in the background!

Mindy‘s snowflake stenciled background is so beautiful! It’s a cheerful addition to her cute little scene featuring Yeti or Not, Say What? Christmas Critters and the sign from Penguin Party!

Elena‘s design is so clever! The Stitched Snowflake Backdrop looks so pretty with a bit of inking! I love how Elena split the Giant Let It Snow to make room for a sweet Penguin Party vignette! So totally adorable!

Lynnette wrapped up this elegant card like a gift with lots of gold! First, she stenciled beautiful snowflakes with gold stencil paste on red cardstock! Then she used gold glitter cardstock for the “ribbon”, bow from Put a Bow on It and Mini Snowflakes. Every gift needs a tag, so she added a Winter Tiny Tag with a gold embossed Tiny Tag Saying!

Megan‘s delightful Penguin Party scene is filled with so much frosty fun! She added lots of icy goodness with Fairy Dust stenciled snowflakes and Giant Let It Snow in Pixie Dust glitter cardstock!

Grace took color cues from the Really Rainbow paper she used to frame this adorable winter scene! The Stitched Snowflake Backdrop adds snowy fun behind the Tiny Winter Friends and their big Yeti or Not friend!

Elise‘s stenciled design is so simply beautiful! She used Snowflake Background Stencils and frosty shades of blue and teal to create an all-over snowflake pattern, leaving room for the sentiment. Then she stamped the greeting from Offset Sayings: Christmas!

Latisha‘s happy slimline design starts with stenciled snowflakes. Then she added a layered Giant Merry Christmas and the cute snowmen from Ready Set Snow!

Lynnette started this lovely “dies only” design using Stitched Snowflake Backdrop! Then she layered Village Border, Stitched Hillsides and Let it Snow Line Border over the top. The Stitched Snowflakes look so sparkly and provide the perfect finish!

Making Frosty Friends and the adorable pups from Furry and Bright are a perfect match on Tammy‘s super fun card! Pretty Stencil Paste and Snowflake Background Stencils are another beautiful match for a winter design!

Mindy‘s Den Sweet Den bears are so perfect as the stars of her “very cool winter” card! She added icy fun to the Cole’s ABCs letters with a bit of inking! And the Stitched Snowflake Backdrop in pink is so charming!

For her beautiful Christmas card, Kara started with Mermaid cardstock and stenciled the snowflakes with Fairy Dust Stencil Paste. Then she ink-blending over the top of the stenciling which allows the Mermaid base to peek through! The sentiment from Magic Holiday Messages and the Magic Iris Snowflake Add-On finish this design so beautifully!

Stitched Snowflake Backdrop adds pretty pattern and texture behind the cute Tiny Winter Friends and holographic Magic Iris Snowflake Add-On.

We hope to have intro videos for you soon! Thanks so much for your patience!

I hope you have enjoyed this look at  Stitched Snowflake Backdrop and Snowflake Background Stencils ! Tomorrow we will have another fun set to show you! But for now, it’s giveaway time! Leave us a comment telling us your favorite holiday book or movie by November 10th at 5:00pm ET, and we will randomly pick one winner for this set! (If you already own this set and win, you can choose another set!)

Make sure to come back tomorrow, Tuesday November 9th for our next inspiration week post!

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335 thoughts on “Lawn Fawn Intro: Snowflake Background Stencils & Stitched Snowflake Backdrop

    1. Love these! . My favorite holiday movie is A Christmas Carol. I love that story in all the different versions. I think I like the Muppet version the best 😊

  1. The Polar Express. It is my youngest daughter favorite movie. She is an adult now, but every Christmas Eve, all of us and the new additions to the family watch it. It’s a tradition!

  2. I love the snowflake backdrop. Sooo pretty. Our fav family movie is Elf. No matter how many times we watch it, we always laugh.

  3. My favorite Christmas book is The Saintmaker’s Christmas Eve. It’s very old and out of print, but we read it aloud every year.

  4. A tie between A Christmas Story and the black/white It’s a Wonderful Life, I have to watch both of these every year and I will be 60 in January.

  5. My all time, must watch movie is “White Christmas”. It isn’t truly Christmas time until we have watched it at least once!

  6. Love the snowflake stencil and the stitched backdrop to set the snow scene! My favorite holiday movie is It’s a Wonderful Life”.

  7. These snowflake products are some of my favorites of this release!! The stencil gives you so many opportunities and the stitching on the cover die is GORGEOUS! I could use it on all winter cards!

  8. As a child, my parents used to read us an extremely intricate pop-up book of “The Night Before Christmas” It was a special treat when they got that book out each year.

  9. White Christmas is one of my favorite Christmas movies. I also like Elf because my son likes it. He is now grown, so watching it now makes me think of him. Side note: I have a suggestion to add to your tiny village series – trucks, dump trucks, tractors, etc. The hero’s village was so great with the police car, fire engine, ambulance but other kinds of transportation would be great. I was trying to create a tag for my 2yr old nephew and he loves trucks.

  10. My favourite Christmas Movie is “Holiday Inn”. Our family would watch it together every Christmastime. Thank you for the chance to win m. Good luck everyone.

  11. Awwww love all the sweet snow cards! I’m a sucker for snowflakes. It’s A Wonderful Life beats all. Holiday Inn, White Christmas, Elf, The Santa Clause, and Arthur Christmas come in second 😆

  12. Love these!!!! My favorite Holiday Movie is a toss up between Elf, Santa Clause, Home Alone or Frosty the Snowman!

  13. When I was a little girl, I never missed A Year Without a Santa Claus. I loved the Heat miser and Snow miser. I actually caught it last Christmas while flipping through the channels, it brought back great memories!

  14. When I think of Christmas I think “White Christmas” These cards are all so great. The snowflakes add the perfect touch to all of them!

  15. My favorite Christmas book is The Story of Holly and Ivy by Rumer Godden. Favorite movie is an oldie–Christmas in Connecticut starring Barbara Stanwyck. <3

  16. Nice reveal. I like the Bishop’s Wife with Cary Grant and also Christmas in Connecticut with Barbara Stanwyck. Big fan of the older classics.

  17. Well I can’t narrow it down to one favorite Christmas movie! I like to many! But one of my favorite Christmas books is Olive the Other Reindeer.

  18. The snowflake and backdrop are so gorgeous, and so many ideas shared by the designers. My fave is It’s A Wonderful Life!

  19. My favorite holiday movie is “love actually”. I love how the different characters turn bad situations into something good

  20. I love all of these fabulous creations!!!

    I’m a sucker for A Christmas Story but I also love the Grinch and Polar Express (admittedly creepy animation – but Tom Hanks, so…)

  21. I love all Christmas movies!!! Polar Express, the Grinch and Santa Claus (w/Tim Allen) are three of my favs though.
    I love all these awesome snowflake creations that have shared today. So fantastic!

  22. I remember reading a book called Santa Mouse when I was a child; and twenty years ago when I was pregnant with our daughter, I found a copy and bought it! I really like the story of how 🎅picks this cute mouse to help him deliver toys.
    It has nothing to do with the birth of Christ, our Savior; yet I have fond memories and am glad I was able to pass on an innocent childhood memory to my kids!

  23. My favorite movie is polar express love the animation story and colors
    Thanks designers for another great inspiration day!!

  24. I love “A Christmas Carol” by Dickens – covers both the book and all the films based on it.
    Also “Love Actually” is a must.
    And all the romantic, soppy Christmas-films that’s around will do…
    PS I need to get that Making Frosty Friends – it’s so cute!!!

  25. My favorite Christmas movie (for us adults) is National Lapoons Christmas Vacation. My favorite movie to watch with my little one is the classic Rudolph.

  26. My favorite Christmas book is the Christmas miracle of Jonathan Toomey. I love today’s inspiration! The rainbow yeti card with the winter friends is one of my favorites! I also love the gingerbread card. Sooo cute and way to stretch our stamps!

  27. My favorite holiday movie and book is the original The Grinch That Stole Christmas. It brings back a lot of memories.

  28. Wow, another wonderful post. WTG design team! My favorite holiday movie is Muppet Christmas Carol and my favorite book is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. 😀

  29. I liked watching the Peanuts shows but
    they’re off regular television so I guess
    I’ll miss them this year. The Griswalds
    Christmas as fun. Great release.
    thanks for sharing

  30. So many pretty cards here! My all-time favorite Christmas movie is White Christmas. I can watch it all year long. 🙂

  31. These cards are all fantastic!!! A family favorite Christmas movie is Unaccompanied Minors (even the teens will still watch it).

  32. Love llamas and alpacas (I wonder if LF has any?) so one of my favorite books is Llama, Llama Holiday Drama. So cute with a message I often have to stop and remember during all the holicraze!!

  33. Wonderful cards! Can’t wait to use my snowflake background for our cards this year. My favorite film is It’s A Wonderful Life. I am from a small town very near Jimmy Stewart’s hometown in PA. But then followed closely by Hallmark’s The Most Wonderful Time of the year and Muppet’s Christmas Carol.

  34. Oddly, my favorite Christmas book is a cozy murder mystery by Valerie Wolzien (We Wish You a Merry Murder). Lots of holiday chaos).

  35. I don’t have a favorite movie. I just really enjoy watching the Hallmark Christmas movies. I love to read, but don’t have a favorite book either.

  36. It seems that every year includes a watching on The Christmas Story, my husband’s favorite. I lean towards It’s a Wonderful Life as a long time favorite. Love the cards and ideas.

  37. My all time favorite is The Holiday but who am I kidding I love alllllll Christmas movies on every streaming channel!

  38. Oh yay! Thank you for more inspiration. I just ordered new supplies last night and will be able to do versions of the Magic Iris Snowflake and matching stamps. I especially love Kara’s card with the giant snowflake. Love me some Lawn Fawn. Thank you so much for a chance to win.

  39. One of my fave scenes in Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, is when Ron summons Harry to the common room on Christmas morning, and Harry’s surprised to see gifts addressed to him under the tree. And a fave movie is Miracle on 34th Street, when people believed in the postman as an everyday hero.

  40. I read a lot, but oddly don’t have a favorite book. Though I do like “The Night Before Christmas” and have several different books with that story. But I adore A Charlie Brown Christmas. I love, all the old Christmas shows.

  41. I love this snowflake stencil…it’s “snow” much fun to use. My favourite Christmas film is Scrooged with Bill Murray 🎄

  42. I don’t know if I can just pick one favorite Christmas movie… I will go with White Christmas cause I love musicals! Also, I love snowmen and snowflakes!

  43. I love so many Christmas movies! I’d probably have to go with Polar Express though…. it’s been a go to movie to watch with my daughter at Christmastime!

  44. My favorite Christmas movie is National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation. The sledding scene cracks me up every time.

  45. My favorite Holiday book is The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus by L. Frank Baum.

    And my favorite Holiday movie is A Muppet Christmas Carol and Emmett Otter’s Jug Band Christmas.

  46. My favorite Christmas movie is A Christmas Story. I also really like A Charlie Brown Christmas. Cute cards!!!!

  47. Hi,
    First, Thanks for all the AWESOME cards you’ve shown above…. they’re all so good. I just love looking at your creations, all of you!! I’m in awe of all your talents.
    My favorite movie would have to be “A Charlie Brown Christmas” but “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” is right up there — I adore the illustrations and the way that Whoville is colored in the animated movie from the 1966 TV movie/show. I also have a very old (1944, I think) copy of Clement Moore’s The Night Before Christmas. I need to get it to a restorer as its cover has come off the now-fragile spiral binding. It’s beautiful and has interactive elements with little pull tabs here and there. My parents just gave it to me since they are moving into a retirement village (an apt) and don’t want to have a lot of extra things around, plus they wonder where they would store it.
    I treasure all the amazing things that I see when I get a LF email. Please know that.
    Lori S in PA

  48. Loving all the eye candy from the designers! The stencils and the stitched snow backdrop make great backgrounds for scenes. My favorite Christmas movie is White Christmas. It has giant holes in the plot and they play the song Sisters too many times, but I love it! I’ve already watched it once this year. Thank you for the chance to win!!

  49. We always placed Christmas story books under the tree as soon as it went up! Polar Express, The Night Before Christmas and other classic Christmas stories. Then on Christmas Eve, we would read to the children! Absolute one of my favorite traditions and memories 🎄📚

  50. Not sure I have a favourite but it doesn’t feel like Christmas without at least 5 different versions of A Christmas Carol

  51. Well i am not sure i can pick just one favorite holiday movie but I love It’s a Wonderful Life and Charlie Brown Christmas (for animated win).

  52. Gotta say my favorite Christmas Movie is ELF — because I got to be in a local production and have such great holiday memories of it.

  53. Oh goodness — so hard to choose just one favorite holiday movie! My “Mt. Rushmore” of holiday movies would have to include A Charlie Brown Christmas (so sweet), Christmas Vacation (still makes me laugh uncontrollably), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (animated version), and While You Were Sleeping (it’s also a love letter to one of my favorite cities!).

  54. Snow many great ideas!!!! Thank you! My favorite book is “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” my mom would read that to us when were little and laugh and laugh.

  55. Beautiful designs — I just love that Stitched Snowflake background die. I think my favorite Christmas movies are A Charlie Brown Christmas and It’s A Wonderful Life.

  56. Love the inspiration! My favorite holiday movie is Miracle on 34th Street! I remember my mom sharing it with me when I was a young girl.

  57. My favorite Christmas movies (can’t have just one fav!) are National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation and Home Alone! But Miracle on 34th Street is my favorite “oldies” Christmas movie! Love all the cuteness from the DT in today’s post!

  58. I love this stencil and backdrop! My favorite movie is probably The Santa Clause. My kids love the Grinch, any version of it.

  59. My favorite Christmas movies would be The Holiday, and Elf. My favorite book would be The Snowman – love the northern lights images, which would be good inspiration for cards … Hmmm. Must re-read it!

  60. I love these snowy backgrounds, I wasn’t sure on the stitched background but oh my, it looks so pretty! I love snow and always want a white Christmas. I think I will love incorporating these into my Christmas Cards this year. I love making Cards while watching Christmas movies, it really helps to put you in the mood, I love the old Christmas Carol movies and the new animated Grinch, but how can you choose a favorite when there are so many good ones!

  61. My favorite holiday movie with the kids is The Polar Express, just makes it feel like Christmas. For me, it would be The Holiday, I must watch it each year on the couch and wine. 🙂

    Love all the DT samples!

  62. Muppet Christmas Carol is our number one favorite! We watch it every Christmas Eve… and usually a few times before that as well!

  63. Loving Lynette’s luxurious gold and red card!
    Favourite holiday media is classics like Home Alone or any version of A Christmas Carol

  64. I absolutely love snowflakes so of course, I adore today’s projects. A Charlie Brown Christmas is one of my all time favorites, but there are soooo many good ones.

  65. Love the TV show Charlie Brown Christmas – it sends the most beautiful message! Per Linus “& that’s what Christmas is all about Charlie Brown!”

  66. The snowflake backgrounds are great for doing winter cards that are not specifically for Christmas. Love the did and stencil.

  67. Love the stitched snowflake background die. It’s good for all winter long! My favorite holiday movie is Elf. I love the goofy fun and the heartwarming ending!

  68. I have several favorite movies Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, Miracle on 34th street,
    Frosty the Snowmen and the Nutcracker! My favorite books Taw’s the Night Before Christmas,
    Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer! 🎅🏼🎄🤶🏼🦌⛄🐭🥰

  69. Our favorite family movie is Elf… but I’ve always loved the sentiment behind A Christmas Carol. That’s probably one of my personal all-time favorites.

  70. White Christmas is my favorite Christmas movie, I’m the only one in my house that enjoys it so I watch it early in the morning while crafting : )

  71. Definitely the beauty and the beast Christmas movie. I love it. But I also enjoy hallmark Christmas movies even if it’s cheesy.

  72. It’s so hard to choose but I would say my favorites are A Charlie Brown Christmas and The Muppet Christmas Carol.

  73. I am all about White Christmas. I sing along with all the songs. It was a significant movie to my grandparents so when I watch it every holiday season, it helps me remember them.

  74. So many Christmas favorites but right near the top of the list is Elf and It’s a Wonderful Life!
    Love that snowflake stitched background die!

  75. I love all the Christmas movies, but a couple of my favorites are The Grinch and The Holiday. My favorite book is The Night Before Christmas…I read it to my daughter every Christmas Eve before bed when she was younger.

  76. I love While You Were Sleeping. Ok, OK, some people don’t think it’s a “Christmas” movie, but it does happen during Christmas time. 🙂
    And I also think Elf is a hoot!
    As for books, when my kids were little, we had a tradition to read The Night Before Christmas on Christmas Eve. <3

  77. My favorite movie has got to be Elf and 2 of my other favorites are Garfield Christmas and a Charlie brown Christmas.

  78. Any Christmas books, TV shows or movies with the Grinch are a sentimental favourite of mine!
    I also like the movies The Holiday and The Family Stone.

    Another day of fantastic sample cards by the ever so talented Design Team – wonderful job, everyone!

  79. One of my favorite Holiday movies is Christmas Vacation…I laugh just as much as the first time I seen it…so funny and great family vibes!

  80. I love A Christmas Carol, with Patrick Stewart as Ebenezer Scrooge. I also love the animated How the Grinch Stole Christmas.

  81. Our current favorite Christmas book is The Christmasaurus by Tom Fletcher. The snowflakes from this set of stencil and stitched background remind me of the snowflakes on the Christmasaurus’ back.

  82. My favorite holiday movie is national lampoon’s Christmas vacation. These samples are amazing. Such great creativity!

  83. I’m always dreaming of snow and snowflakes and really really really love them! 💙❄️💙❄️ That is because in my country we don’t get snow 🙁 its hot all year round! Love the stitched snowflake background and absolutely loving the stencils!! 💙❄️

  84. It’s hard to pick a favorite I like all the classics and could spend a weekend watching the hallmark channel, Loving this week.

  85. Great cards designs today. I really like the design of the stitched snowflakes. My favourite Christmas book is Twas the Night Before Christmas.

  86. I love Miracle on 34th Street (both versions). Watch both every years. I also like the Hallmark Christmas movies.

  87. I love Audrey’s snowman card! My favorite holiday movies are How the Grinch Stole Christmas (Boris Karloff!) and The Nightmare Before Christmas, and my favorite Xmas books are the Santa Mouse books – so cute!

  88. Narrowing it down to just one favorite book or movie is tough. Probably my favorite is Christmas Vacation. We always watch that and trim our tree.

  89. I have several favorite Christmas movies including Miracle on 34th Street, It’s a Wonderful Life, and Muppet Christmas Carol.

  90. The movie I watch every year is “The Homecoming” which was the movie of “The Waltons” before it was a tv series. We watched every year on television and as an adult I found it on DVD and have watched every year since.

  91. Beautiful Cards! My favorite Christmas movie is “While You Were Sleeping”. It’s also one of my favorite rom-coms 🙂

  92. Miracle on 34th Street on Thanksgiving Day to start the Christmas season followed by Elf during December sometime. Loved the Den Sweet Den card with the Stitched Snowflake Background – the bear family was so cute!

  93. My favourite movie at Christmas is Love Actually, so romantic and sad and happy and perfect for this time of the year.

  94. My favorite movie is It’s a Wonderful Life. I’m a big fan of James Stewart. Love the message it sends. Also love the inspiration from the design team. All cards are so darn cute.

  95. My favourite Christmas movie is a super oldie – Miracle on 39th Street. I love old movies and this was a favourite from the first time I saw it. Great new release the goodies just keep coming!

  96. I love “3 hazelnuts for Cinderella” – a czech fairy tale movie from 1974. I remember my parents bringing out the TV on christmas day so we kids could watch and I always knew, it’s christmas, when the movie was aired. It’s not much known anywhere else besides here in Germany, not even in the Czech Republic, but here it is shown many times during christmas season and I watch it every single time – and feel like a kid again.

  97. Elenas inking for the background of the card is stunning. Blue and white are simple yet so beautiful for a winter card.

  98. Every single one of these designs made me smile. I love the winter scene that Elena Roussakis came up with. And I really hope that incentive set becomes available for purchase down there road.

  99. These are all wonderful cards! My favourite holiday move is still the 1964 version of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer – it is magical. That is exactly what I thought of when I saw Mindy’s card above. Love the scene she created. Thank you for all the inspiration. I’m so excited to make Christmas cards.

  100. I love all the cards and it really makes me think about my favorite season of all! My favorite holiday movie is Serendipity!

  101. It’s so hard to pick just one, my husband and I have a few favorites that we watch every year Miracle on 34th Street (1947), Polar Express, Twas’ the Night before Christmas (Cartoon), Bedtime for Sniffles (1940 cartoon), Christmas Story, Charlie Brown Christmas, and A Christmas Carol with George C Scott and also the one with Patrick Stewart.

  102. It wouldn’t be the holiday season without Burl Ives singing “Holly Jolly”. I also love the Hallmark channel and all the holiday books available.

  103. I like the old school Muppets Christmas Carol. There are so many versions of that story but that one is the best by far.

  104. The Magic Iris Snowflake is so pretty in the holographic paper! My fave holiday movie is Muppets Christmas Carol.

  105. How the Grinch Stole Christmas was always my favorite book. I love the old animated movie with Vincent Price narrating and the new animation version is also really good.

  106. My favorite holiday movie…it’s a toss up between A Garfield Christmas Special and A Charlie Brown Christmas. They’re both short, sweet, and just perfect for busy holiday times.

  107. So many great Christmas movies. I enjoy Elf so much! A Christmas Story. How the grinch stole Christmas. Grace is knocking it out of the park on the Aurora Borealis colors this year. So lovely!

  108. Love the snowflakes backdrop and my favorite movie, show is Rudolph the original. Alway watch that every year. And of course the Christmas Carol.
    Love all the inspiration!

  109. My favorite Christmas movie has to be White Christmas! I remember watching it every year on our black and white TV with my family! I loved marching around singing, “We’ll follow the old man wherever he wants to go, opposite to the foe!” I watch it several times during the holiday season every year!

  110. I love Elf for a laugh and Polar Express for the story of believing in the Christmas spirit. Also like Miracle at 34th Street

  111. My favorite holiday movie is A Charlie Brown Christmas, closely followed by the original cartoon version of The Grinch who Stole Christmas.

  112. I have a few I watch every year … Miracle on 34th Street and It’s a Wonderful Life … because you know it is!

  113. Hallmark Countdown to Christmas is my jam!! But my favorite theater released Christmas movie has got to be Home Alone.

  114. Love “It’s a Wonderful Life” it’s tradition that on Thanksgiving night that is our family movie. I also love “Elf”.

  115. I already love my snowflake stencil but now feel like I should have got the stitched snowflake backdrop die too!! 🙂
    Love Christmas films <3
    My faves are Elf, The Holiday and Love Actually

  116. I love all these fabulous cards! They are amazing and creative. Thank you for all the inspiration. My favorite Christmas movie is A Muppet Christmas Carol, the songs are great and I love Miss Piggy and Kermit.

  117. Favourite Christmas-time book AND movie is Little Women – but it has to be the 1949 version with Elizabeth Taylor, June Allyson and Margaret O’Brien.

  118. I love the Family Stone. I can’t say why. I love to watch it alone. I lost my mom 15 years ago. But love watching Elf with my daughter!

  119. There is to many good holiday movies! My l traditional movies are It Is A Wonderful Life, White Christmas, and Elf. Those are my must have for the season. My children now watch them to as a part of their Christmas.

  120. I always watch White Christmas with Bing Crosby and the Santa Claus Trilogy with Tim Allen. Then there’s the Hallmark channel, but don’t get me started.

  121. My favorite holiday book is my copy of a book my parents had for my brother and me when we were kids – a pop-up Twas the Night Before Christmas book. I kept my parents’ copy for a long time, but wanted a copy of my own (it was out of print), so I kept looking for it at used bookstores and online and finally it showed up for sale at ebay. It’s in better shape than the copy from my childhood! As for Christmas movies – I love so many of them, but my favorite is Christmas in Connecticut starring Barbara Stanwyck.

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