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Friday, November 15, 2019

25 Days of Christmas Tags and STAMPlorations + Extra Prizes!

Welcome to the 25 Days Of Christmas Tags featuring STAMPlorations! The event created and hosted by Tracey McNeely is on its 9th year, and we here at STAMPlorations are delighted to be back again as one of the sponsors. We're offering a $25 gift code for this event. But scroll down to the end of this post because I have TWO extra prizes up for grabs just for those who leave a comment on this post.


Here are the beautiful tags the girls in the Inspiration team made for this event. Be sure to click on their names for a close up look and for all the details.


    


    
MARIA | SHIRLEY | DEEPTI



***EXTRA PRIZE ALERT***

I've got 2 extra prizes just for those of you who leave a comment on this blog post. Two lucky crafters will win the Christmas Sentiments set that the Inspiration girls used in their projects.

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For a chance at the prize:
Answer one, two, or all of the questions below. One answer per comment (so if you know the answer to all 3, leave 3 comments for 3 entries).
  1. "Noel" is a French word often used around Christmas. What was its original meaning in Latin?
  2. What was given on the 7th day in the song Twelve Days of Christmas?
  3. What was the original title for The Little Drummer Boy?

Commenting closes on Sunday, December 8, with the winners announced on December 10 in the November winners post so be sure to check back then. Better yet, subscribe to our blog so you don't miss a post!

Thanks for visiting and enjoy the rest of Tracey's wonderful Christmas  tag event!




PS: Want more chances to score awesome STAMPlorations products? Our 5th Giving Thanks Blog Hop and Giveaway is happening right now! Hop along and then do one, a few, or all of the tasks here for a chance to win either a 1 year or 6 months supply of STAMPlorations products.



70 comments:

  1. Oh happy to see that Stamplorations is doing the 25 Tags of Christmas - I am excited about doing this and just got caught up yesterday - love tags - Noel is Day of Birth

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  2. A great song the 12 Days of Christmas - Seven swans a swimming

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  3. To Be Born, 7 Swans a swimming and Carol of the Drums. Yay!
    [Bunny]

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  4. Baa humbug makes me grin! To answer the question, I think Noel means He is born.

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  5. One of my favorites at Christmas... Little Drummer Boy, but also Carol of the Drums! Thanks for the chance to win the awesome sentiments!

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  6. Answer...Seven Swans a Swimming. thanks for the chance for a prize.

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  7. Such cute festive tags from the designers for this fun event! Noel in Latin means birth.

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  8. The Little Drummer Boy was originally known as the Carol of the Drum.

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  9. On the seventh day of Christmas the gifts were seven swans a-swimming, six geese a-laying, five golden rings, four calling birds, three french hens, two turtle doves and
    a partridge in a pear tree.

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  10. Seven swans a-swimming. Thanks for lending support to Tracey's 25 Tags of Christmas events. I look forward to it every year.

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  11. What gorgeous tags!! Thanks for the chance to win some awesome prizes! Question #1: Noel is from the Latin verb meaning "to be born".

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  12. Question #2: ON the 7th day of Christmas, the gift was 7 swans a swimming.

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  13. Question #3: it was originally called "Carol of the Drum".

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  14. Great collection of tags! natalis “to be born.”

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  15. Amazing work by the ladies!
    Noel in Latin means birth.
    Sevens swans a swimming.
    Carol of the drums.

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  16. Fabulous contribution to the 25 days of christmas tags! I am not as familiar with your brand but am loving some of what I am seeing in this blog hop - those little sketched reindeer are adorable!

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  17. Wow,the design team really outdid themselves - stunning tags! Noel means birth in Latin.

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  18. Such beautiful tags! I LOVE that deer...it's really pretty and so versatile. That Bah Humbug is hilarious! Loads of inspiration right here.

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  19. Such beautiful tags! Noel means birth in Latin.

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  20. The French Noel can trace to a Latin word meaning birthday.

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  21. The seventh gift in the Twelve Days of Christmas is Seven Swans A Swimming.

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  22. The Little Drummer Boy was once called The Carol of the Drum.

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  23. Original title was "Carol
    Of The Drums". Fabulous
    questions.
    Carla from Utah

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  24. Gorgeous tags ladies. Noel means birth. Hugz

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  25. 7 Swans a swimming. An interesting packing challenge me thinks. Hugz

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  26. Original title was Carol of the Drums. Hugz

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  27. I'm in the process right now if checking out everyone's tags. When I saw that you were giving out prizes here, I had to check it out. I had to Google the answers to "Noel" meaning Christus in Latin and The Carol of the Drum for the original name of the Little Drummer Boy. I did know, however, that on the the seventh day of Christmas seven swans a swimming were given. What fun questions. I'll have to check out your days off thanks hop. Thanks for a chance to win prizes. I have been blessed to win several prizes from various blogs. That is only one of many things to be thankful for and one that's fun but not as important as other blessings.

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  28. In French the word 'noel' means 'Christmas season' , but the original latin meaning is 'birth'

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  29. the "little drummer boy" was originally known as the "carol of the drum"

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  30. I'm loving all of the tags!! Beautiful job ladies!! Question 1: Noel means birth.

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  31. Question 2: 7 swans a-swimming on the 7th day of 12 Days of Christmas

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  32. Question 3: The original name for The Little Drummer Boy was Carol of the Drums. Love the stop motion cartoon from 1968.

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  33. Answer #1: Noel is a French word that apparently came from a Latin word 'nasci' (to be born) or 'natalis' (birth).
    The First Noel is my favorite Christmas carol!!
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  34. Answer #2: Seven swans a-swimming.
    Talk abt a white elephant gift!!! Maybe back then everyone had garden ponds for waterfowl, but I know I would not be ready to receive a gift like this! :) There have been a number of theories as to the origin of the song, but most seem to point to it being a "memory and forfeit" song where each successive player had to remember all the previous items correctly or forfeit a kiss or favor of some kind.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  35. Answer #3: "The Little Drummer Boy" was orinally caled "Carol of the Drum". This song was apparently adapted from a traditional Czech lullaby, which does not really resemble the modern song at all. Maybe the real inspiration is now lost to history.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  36. Absolutely gorgeous! You have one of the most talented teams around! Question 1 - To be born or birth.

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  37. Question 2 - On the seventh day of Christmas, my true love sent to me:
    7 Swans a-swimming, 6 Geese a-laying, 5 Golden Rings, 4 Calling Birds, 3 French Hens, 2 Turtle Doves, and a Partridge in a Pear Tree - I love this song!

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  38. Question 3 - "Carol of the Drum"

    Thanks for the beautiful tag inspiration, the fun questions, and the awesome giveaway!

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  39. Stunning tag inspiration here! I love them all and look forward to using my STAMPloration products to join in! Question 1: Means "birth"

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  40. Question 3: originally known as "Carol of the Drum".

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  41. This is a fun way to add interest for a chance to win
    Noel - meaning "to be born"

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  42. Now you'll have me singing this song in my head all day
    "Seven Swans a-swimming" !!!

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  43. The Little Drummer Boy was originally known as
    Carol of the Drum..
    Thanks Shery for giving us three chances to win

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  44. FABULOUS tag sneak peeks!

    question #1 - birth

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  45. Absolutely stunning!
    Question 1 - To be born or birth.

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