Nov 16

GIVEAWAY — New Christmas Products

Christmas in July doesn’t seem that long ago but suddenly here we are just weeks away from the real thing!  How do you feel about all the stores putting up their Christmas displays immediately after Halloween?  What about Black Friday?  Personally, I’ve always enjoyed Black Friday.  I like waking up super early and going out to experience all the hustle and bustle of those crazy shoppers.  It’s kind of the kick off to the Christmas season for me.  However, I’ve noticed that several stores are choosing to stay open on Thanksgiving this year and have just released special Thanksgiving Day sales ads.  I don’t care much for that.  I’m fine with Christmas completely surrounding Thanksgiving but it seems like Thanksgiving Day should be untouchable.

But enough of me on my soapbox — we’ve got new Christmas products!

Since our Christmas in July features we’ve added new holiday iron on rhinestone transfer designs in the Jubilee Rhinestones store and new Homespun Christmas Kits in the Jubilee Fabric store.

Note that these are just three of our stocking designs.  We also sell kits to make wreath, heart, and star stockings.  Check out all of our Homespun Christmas Kits.  You’ve still got plenty of time to whip up some new Christmas decor!

I think it’s time to give away some Christmas bling!  Two of you will win one of our new Christmas iron on transfer designs — your choice of the three designs I have featured on this post.  Simply leave a comment to enter.  Comment on Thanksgiving, Christmas, Black Friday, Cyber Monday, or your pet’s favorite place to sleep……ANY (appropriate) comment will enter you to win!

Entries will be accepted through Saturday, November 19th.



  1. Steffanie says:

    I know that Thanksgiving has past but I am most thankful for the many blessings that Jesus has brought my my life and my families life.

  2. Debbie Tippens says:

    I am like you Lets leave Thanksgiving untouched. but in today’s world most people are thankfull
    for the sale items and try to save as much as they can.’ (This will give my age away somewhat)
    but I rember growing up no stores were open on Thanksgiving, or Sundays for that matter.
    What was important was familys, We had Sudndays and holidays for was more appreciated, and
    you do not find this as much today aleast with extednded family. Cousins, Aunts, Uncles.Those were
    special times though, better then going shopping.

  3. Kathy Robar says:

    I am new to your site but love it.

    My family had a great Thanksgiving day together. It was such a joy to hear all the young children saying what they were thankful for this past year. Too bad the day had to turn into being about money and not God and family and friends.

    I am very much ready to get into the Christmas mode now. We had snow today !

  4. Susan Friske says:

    This is my first time on your site…this is new to me, but I like it and am intrigued…
    Thanksgiving is getting the short end of the deal and how wrong that is at times like this when we really need to be thankful for the wonderful lives that we have even with the economy being what it is….Give thanks with a grateful heart is what I say and now that Thanksgiving is over…now let the Christmas season begin and remember the reason for the season!!!

  5. Noelle Ross says:

    I cant say that I have ever had a Thanksgiving day with family in years..I am a cook for a large nursing home and since my days off are friday and can see i work every Thanksgiving.I cant say that it upsets me as i love my residents and take great pleasure in being the one that cooks thier thanksgiving meal for them..and its nice to come home to a small dinner my husband and kids cook for me so i dont have to continue to cook when im off.I get up at 3am to go to work needless to say on black friday,IM SLEEPING you all have a Happy Thanksgiving..and remember the loved ones in the nursing homes…even just 10 minutes of your day will make thier week.:)

  6. Monica says:

    I love your fabric! My sister introduced me to primitive decor! She is also my best shopping partner! We go out every Black Friday together with no kids! We have lunch and are gone all day! Our mom and husbands and kids are waiting for us with all the leftovers from Thanksgiving for dinner! It’s one of my favorite days of the year!

  7. nancy says:

    I completely agree that Thanksgiving should be a day to spend with Family & Friends. And, I love Black Friday morning too! It is exciting finding good deals! I wish you all Blessed Holiday Seasons.

  8. VickiT says:

    I am in TOTAL agreement with you. Stores opening up on Thanksgiving night to try to get the Black Friday shoppers to come to their store first is disrespectful to the holiday and what is normally a family day. Now in many families they’ll be taking off to go shopping instead of spending that day with their family. It’s like nothing is left to traditions any longer. Makes me very sad really.

    It’s bad enough we’re seeing Christmas now weeks before Halloween but yea, let’s at least let all the turkey day foods digest through our bodies before we’re out shopping for Christmas.

    Anyway, so this isn’t entirely depressing……. I do hope everyone has a wonderful holiday season and spends time with their loved ones and/or with their family.

    And my cat’s favorite place to sleep? ALLLLLLLLLLLLL day long he sleeps in the desk drawer wihch is pulled out specifically for him so he stays off my cutting table. He reaches his paw out frequently during the day just to touch my elbow as I am typing and once in awhile flexes his paw and claws just to let me know he’s there or to see if I’m still here without having to move or open his eyes. LOL

  9. Robyn says:

    Love the Homespun Scarf and think it would make a neat Christmas gift.
    I agree with you….Thanksgiving should be left alone! It is a time to
    reflect on the blessings the Lord has given us and spend time with
    the family He has so graciously given us. Happy Thanksgiving and
    Merry CHRISTmas!!!

  10. I love your the stockings, tree skirts and your website. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!!! Gobble! Gobble!

  11. Teresa Watkins says:

    Love the stockings and tree skirts. So cute.

  12. Angie Stewart says:

    I decorated my tree this past weekend and used my ornaments from you. My tree looked beautiful. Love the stocking. Love the Jesus bling. Happy Thanksgiving and God Bless.

  13. Marissa says:

    I hate black friday shopping! I refuse to get up at 3 a.m. Just to go shopping. So God bless you for being brave enough to face the crowds.

    Ps. The stockings are so cute!

  14. Patty Ann Lin says:

    I am a huge fan of the holidays because I enjoy cooking my special twists of the seasonal meals. If there is a recipe out there for the tweaking, then I will reach into my spice cupboard and make it fabulous. Love for life starts with a happy heart and a full stomach. Cheers and thank for listening.

  15. Karen Waybright says:

    I’ve stumbled upon your website and I absolutely LOVE it! I love to sew and primitive country decor is my specialty! I love all the homespun fabrics and patterns! I will definitely be a long time customer and spread the news of your website and company!!

  16. Gail Dooley says:

    I am okay with the early ads. I do believe Thanksgiving Day should be kept as a day to give thanks and be with family and friends. It’s a day of celebration and sharing and should not be commercialized into a day of early shopping. I do love your shop and will have all of my designs ordered before the holidays.