12 Days of Christmas Giveaways – Day 4

12 Days of Christmas ~
Day 4 Giveaway

It’s Day 4 of our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway with another chance to win a gift from the Scottish Gourmet USA! The Scottish Gourmet USA is located in Greensboro, North Carolina, and is your one stop shopping place for all things Scottish!
**Keep scrolling to see what we’ve chosen for Day 4 PLUS read the entry instructions for Day 4.**
Be sure to come back every day to enter for your chance to WIN!
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On The Fourth Day of Christmas, NC Sass Tours Gave To Me...

Regal Plaid Tartan Teatowel

Spruce up your holiday kitchen with our regal tartan teatowel, a yarn woven plaid in washable cotton. Classic red tartan cotton teatowel for your holiday kitchen - 18" by 28".

Please Follow These Steps To Enter:

  1. Scroll down and share your favorite Christmas RITUAL in the “Leave a Reply” section below (a/k/a the “Comments” section).
  2. IMPORTANT: After leaving a reply/comment, scroll back up and login to the giveaway through Facebook or by entering your email. You MUST leave a reply/comment below plus enter the giveaway to be eligible to win!
  3. Click the “I Commented!” box in the giveaway.
  4. For TWO bonus points, correctly answer the next question.
  5. That’s it!


>>The Day 4 Giveaway begins 6:00 AM EST on December 16 and ends at 11:59 PM on December 16.

>>One (1) Winner will be chosen for December 16, 2021.

>>Winner will be notified within 72 hours after giveaway closes and must respond to that email within 48 hours.

>>A list of all winners who have claimed their prizes will be posted at the end of the giveaway.


  1. Charlotte Soutullo

    Baking Gingerbread Cookies for friends and family with their names on them.

  2. Mary Metcalf

    Spending Thanksgiving Day with our family. After dinner we all go to our small town for the Christmas celebration of turning on the lights. The stores are open that night so you can shop for Christmas. Music is playing. It is one of our happiest times of the season.

  3. Jodi Neal

    Opening one gift on Christmas Eve with the family, having hot chocolate or apple cider. Kids going wild.

  4. Catherine McCaskill

    My daughter and grandson come over to decorate our Christmas tree. She loves telling our 14 year old grandson about each ornament.

  5. Lisa

    Every year we fill brown paper lunch bags with peanuts, a piece of fruit and a chocolate bar to give to guests when they leave our home. This was done at church on Christmas Eve when I was growing up. Now we do it throughout the holiday season.

  6. Cindy

    Attending the beautiful midnight mass!

  7. Robin Roberts

    All the women meeting at one house two weeks before Christmas to make homemade gnocchi, raviolis, and pepper onion sausage bread for Christmas dinner. Men take the kids out for the day. We have so much fun with a little vino in the mix. LOL

  8. Jacqueline Smith

    Every Christmas Eve day we go out for Pizza. We have been doing this for 36=years.

  9. Nancy Vance

    Singing carols

  10. Teri Franklin

    Singing Christmas carols at the Christmas Eve service.

  11. Joy Allen

    The Whole family reads The Polar Express on Christmas Eve before going to bed. Each person reads 1 page and hands it to the person next to them. We all sign the book under the date every year.

  12. Joy Forster

    Christmas music

  13. Eileen Fox

    We would put up the nativity and leave baby Jesus away. Before bed on Christmas Eve one of my children would set baby Jesus in the manger. Each year the kids rotated who would have that honor.

    We would bake a cake for Christmas day and sing Happy Birthday, Jesus to celebrate his birth.

  14. Cathy Hinz

    The family gathers at our house on Christmas Eve for a big lasagna dinner. But we also celebrate our English heritage by having the Christmas poppers. Everyone wears their tissue crown and we play with the toys that fly out of them. Then we read the jokes that come with them. Lots of fun!

  15. Tanya McLean

    We have a family Christmas breakfast at our house every year.

  16. Kelly Roberts

    Baking and decorating sugar cookies for the family. Have done it every year for almost 45 years!

  17. Joyce Ingo

    Drinking hot chocolate and eating snacks while watching Christmas movies.

  18. Christie Sanders

    24 hours of A Christmas Story on the tv!! 😂

  19. Barb Saul

    My favorite Christmas ritual is going to Midnight Mass

  20. Robin Keene

    At Christmas I love making cookies with my grandkids and decorating them.

  21. Robin Keene

    I love watching hallmark Christmas movies and eating popcorn.

  22. Amy Albright

    Staying up all night and wrapping gifts! And eating Santa’s cookies and milk. Then after the kids wake up…they must wait for the parents to get up to open presents.

  23. Beverly Barfield

    My husband reading ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas with my son and niece, and giving him his Christmas pajamas as his Christmas Eve gift. (My husband says watching Die Hard and Scrooged and Christmas Vacation… lolol)

  24. Jesse S.

    Baking chocolate chip cookies from scratch

  25. Gail Smith

    Our family time

  26. Wendy Vest

    I love these giveaways!

  27. Marla Nichols

    My favorite Christmas ritual is making homemade sticky buns the night before Christmas and enjoying them the next morning. I only make them once a year and everyone looks forward to them. Makes my heart happy

  28. Karen Newhall

    Having cranberry bread and eggnog with cognac while opening gifts

  29. Nicole Peele

    Drinking a nightcap of eggnog after midnight Christmas mass

  30. Sharon Fraser

    Baking cookies and decorating them with my sons, Corey and Jon.

  31. Diane Stranahan

    Baking Christmas goodies with daughters and giving them to friends

  32. Cheryl Gowing

    Baking my mother’s recipes for Christmas Cookies, I know she’s right with me and I think of her non-stop as i bake and gift to others.

  33. Kathy Buckmaster

    Baking my Mom’s sugar cookie recipe with my daughter & granddaughter. It’s a marathon day of cookie baking! We decorate with colored sugars instead of frosting, like Mom did, & share with friends & family!

  34. Deni Thompson

    My favorite Christmas ritual is going to the 11:00 service at our church; love singing O Holy Night by candlelight.

  35. Joanne

    So many rituals! I enjoy decorating and the joy it brings my kids. From the house decor to the tree. My love all things Christmas!

  36. Melissa Staley

    Leaving on all the Christmas lights all over the house all night on Christmas Eve.

  37. Kathy French

    Since I am alone now I really don’t have any rituals left😢.

  38. Colette Badger

    SOOO many rituals I’m not sure Christmas can happen without them but one of my favorites is making basic Christmas cut out cookies. I think it is becoming a thing of the past, but I love it

  39. Jo Ann Greene

    The only ritual I have is putting up the Christmas tree and lights around my house and some baking. My favorite part of Christmas is being with my adult kids and grandkids.

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