December 17, 2006

Charlotte's Web Goody Give-Away

*POST UPDATED Monday 12/18!!!

I have a brand new paperback teacher's edition Charlotte's Web book *AND MOVIE SOUNDTRACK* waiting to be shipped to its new owner.

In addition to the book, I also have:

a CDRom “Faith Leaders Resource Guide” (with lessons on Giving, Friendship, Miracles) that includes a few trailers for the movie

a high-gloss printed Family Faith Guide booklet

a Harvest Barn Raising Guide Project page

a set of cute glossy card-stock Movie Character cut-outs

a few Coloring sheets

and a small Small Movie Poster that looks like the graphic above

All you have to do to get this sweet little package is post a pretty winter or Christmas photo on your blog and link back here to my comments section in this post. My kids will pick a winner this Friday (after you have all had time to run out and see the movie!). I will mail you the book and goodies when I get back home from vacation (first week of January).

I have also emailed the sweet lady at Walden's PR team and asked her if she wanted to include a sound-track to the movie as part of the booty. We'll see what she says! She mailed me one and it is AWESOME! ***SHE SAID YES!!!***

A few of the participating musical artists are:

Mark Shultz
Billy Ray Cyrus
Amy Grant
Bob Carlisle
Ginny Owens
Natalie Grant
Point of Grace

One of my favorites on the CD is by Selah. It is a hymn that we sing in our church called "There is a Fountain". I cried when I heard it (yes, I'm a sniveling and pathetic cry-baby). I was online looking at everyone's "Christmas bloggy tour of homes" (which I didn't participate in since we're so non-Christmassy this year with a tiny apartment and no decorations) and it made me cry missing my 2500 SF house in Texas to hear the beautiful lyrics to this song while watching everyone's wintry slideshows with nativities and angels. What a wonderful savior we have - and what a friend He is to us... just as in the case of Charlotte and Wilbur. Serving others is always the best thing you can do with your life.

So, I'm willing to eat the shipping cost to share a touch of this movie with someone else. I have been more than impressed with the great work Walden Entertainment put in to this flick, their PR/marketing team, the trailer, the product goodies they shipped, the musical artists and songs... and I am sure the movie is just as good as they all tell me it is!

Merry Christmas y'all! Can't wait to see your pictures! I'll be picking a winner while I'm in TEXAS!

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Anonymous said...

Oh my goodness, Charlotte's Web! I have so many fond memories of this book from when I was a kid. I cannot possibly resist this contest, what a great giveaway!

My Post: Walking in a Winter Wonderland

UvaGardner said...
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UvaGardner said...

It'll be hard to top the old Charlotte's Web, though I can't wait to see the new movie.
What a lovely idea for a post--seeing everyone's pictures will be a great Christmas treat.

Here's our Erin baking Christmas cookies:

Sprittibee said...

Cute photos, guys!

Anonymous said...

Hey Mrs.Spiritbee I would love to enter

cutey christmas photo of my son taken over the weekend!!

Anonymous said...

Here's my entry, Bee! :)

Anonymous said...

Let's try that again...

Bev's Post - Winter On The Farm.

Anonymous said...

This is so cool!!

Here's my announcement and here's my entry. Thanks for hosting and Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for stopping by my Sunflower and supporting me!

I like you layout design:-)

Have a nice week!

Anonymous said...

What a great contest! I'm in! I used to love that book as a child. Here are some of my Christmas posts:


Anonymous said...

My entry is up. This is from last year's Christmas play at church.

I like this one,too:

Peggy said... This is a photo of our nubian goats.

Anne said...

Mine is here.
Our homeschool/dining table is decorated for Christmas.

Thanks for offering these goodies!

Anonymous said...

No beautiful snow pics here in sunny Florida!
Cute kid pics to share!!

Sheri said...

I participated:

But hey, I have no tree thanks to the broken pipe and since we are leaving we didn't put up lights...LOL, so snow is as Christmassy as you get this year!

Melissa Stover said...

this sounds great! i can't wait to see the movie.

here is my post on the new christmas tradition.

Anonymous said...

Great contest! Here is my entry!

Anonymous said...

Wait! I'm just now putting mine up! Don't vote without me! :)

Anonymous said...

Okay, sorry about that. *deep breath* Here are my two photos:

Christmas Ornamental

Winter Wonderland

Robin said...

Here are mine:). Not conventional, but some of my favorites :).

Sprittibee said...

Ok gals, we have closed the post to entries... and I've saved a copy of everyone's photos to make a little mosaic out of them. I'll let you know which picture my kiddos picks (you never know with the little ones!?) maybe tomorrow. :) Keep popping in! Merry CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!



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