Holiday Favors + Free Printables + Giveaway with QVC

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Are you ready to seal the deal to be the hostess with the mostess? Whether you are hosting a holiday dinner at your home or attending a holiday party, we are prepared to set you up for success.  Right now free printables are all the talk. I especially love how printables give you the opportunity to communicate a positive message.  Because QVC‘s holiday motto is “All the Joy, None of the Craziness,” we came up with this festive printable tag that will pass on the joy to loved ones. I am so excited to tell you that we are sharing these printables, which are available for free download in three different sizes, to suit any of your holiday needs.

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First up I created a duo-stacked holiday favor including fun holiday treats from QVC.  We included Cheryl’s Brownie Assortment and Harry London Signature Holiday Truffles inside the boxes.  I love the square presentation of the brownies.  I also admire the assortment of color and delicious flavors inside the Harry London Signature Holiday Truffles: eggnog, gingerbread, cinnamon spice, pumpkin pie, and milk and dark chocolate. It doesn’t get much more festive than that! I lined each box with a chevron print party favor bag, attached each box to one another, and wrapped them with twine. Then I attached a printable tag and a festive bow. The entire duo-stacked favor boxes took only four minutes to assemble. What a simple way to spread joy!

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Are you attending a holiday party and need a fabulous hostess gift to show your appreciation?  Look no further than QVC’s Junior’s Chocolate Dream Layered Cake. This box of cake is literally the whole package.  It even arrives in this festive red and white striped box.  All I did was tie twine on top, attach a printable, and add a festive bow.  This literally only took two minutes to assemble.

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In the spirit of QVC‘s holiday 2012 motto, “All the Joy, None of the Craziness,” these fabulous entertaining ideas are sure to pass on the positive energyI printed all printables on photo glossy paper to achieve the highest quality resolution.  To add a glittery background, I glued each printable onto glitter paper, which can be found at your local craft store, and then I cut each printable out in the shape of a tag. Click here to  DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE HOLIDAY PRINTABLE!

QVC-GIVEAWAY

We are so excited that QVC will be giving one BFFF reader all the essentials to make their own free printables with dessert favors. The winner will receive a Dell Wireless Printer, Harry London TrufflesJunior’s Chocolate Dream Layered Cake and Cheryl’s Brownies

We’re using Rafflecopter for this giveaway because it’s one of the best, most secure ways to host a giveaway like this. It allows us to store and track entries as we get them and to draw a winner when the giveaway is over. To enter, you can either login to the widget with your Facebook account or with your name and a valid e-mail address. 

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Tune in to QVC each day this week (November 5-November 9) from 4-6PM ET for the Gourmet Holiday Miniseries. During this miniseries, QVC will be sharing tips to make your holiday full of “all the joy, none of the craziness.” I love how QVC is encouraging their viewers to help take the craziness out of their holidays by purchasing gourmet products from some of the finest brands that they showcase. We are so excited that QVC will also be sharing tips from Best Friends For Frosting’s miniseries to help with all of your dessert serving needs on their blog & show.  Full of easy-to-prepare appetizers, entrees, and desserts for holiday entertaining, as well as delicious gift-giving ideas, this series is too tasty to miss.But in case you miss it live, you can shop online.

Disclosure: Best Friends For Frosting has been compensated for its participation.

Printables by Desserts &  Designs 
Photography by Chantel Elder of Eleakis & Elder Photography

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    1. Kelly

      I add all of the joy to my holidays by baking yummy treats, listening to christmas music, and spending time with family.

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    2. Nicole-Lynn

      Great giveaway! I like to add all the joy to my holidays by hosting a christmas cocktail party and having friends over! It’s fun hosting and entertaining for friends and family.

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    3. KAREN R.

      I’m really digging all of the holiday websites and mags! I wish that my projects looked half as beautiful! The Q gift tags are priceless! Thank you for everything!

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    4. Hannah Weiss

      I would add all the joy by spending time with family and friends and baking all kinds of yummy treats.

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    5. SaraB

      I add all of the joy to my holidays by giving, baking, being with family, and remembering that it’s about the little things and moments. So excited for the holiday season–happy holidays!

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    6. Amy Reed

      We add joy to our holidays simply by spending time with a very small family. As we get older and lose some of our family members along the way, our family becomes closer. Love makes the world go round :)

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    7. Mara Yager

      Haha my answer for adding all the joy to my holidays as similar as the first couple responses! Chocolate, prayer and thanks, great classic music, snow, glitter and bring decor, family!! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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    8. Syrma

      Thanks Dell,Junior’s Cherly’s,Harry London and QVC for this wonderful and yummy giveaway!!!!!

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    9. Jennifer Munoz

      I love Baking for the holidays, so this would be great to win. Thank you for the chance :)

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    10. Arielle

      I bake my little heart out around the holidays, so people can enjoy something special and feel festive.

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    11. Laura Wysocki

      Joy is spending mucho time with my kids showing them our traditions every year so they can pass on to their children.

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    12. Kathleen Peters

      For the contest – I add the joy by playing Christmas Carols while decorating and baking. AND EVERY room in my house has Christmas in it. You cannot escape the joy.

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    13. Cyn Lorenzo

      I add all the joy to my holidays by spending it with my beautiful family and great food.

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    14. Sari

      thank you for the wonderful give-away!! all the joy is being with friends and family and enjoying life.

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    15. Terri

      I add joy to the holidays by trying to remember the reason for the season and by reminding my children, family & friends of this also. I seem to always have a joy filled holiday when I have kept this thought in mind and let it influence my actions. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the holidays!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    16. Diana

      I add all the joy to my holidays by spending time with my family and go do something fun together.

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    17. Yvonne

      I fill the joy in my life with friends and family. We are having a Girls Crafty Christmas Party and would love to add these to the fun!

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    18. Kathy T

      I add all of the joy to my holidays by spending time with family, eating great food and counting my blessings!

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    19. Cindy

      I try to make all my Christmas decorations. Bake all the goodies and special wrap each and every present.

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    20. Jackie C.

      We have family over for dinner then open up gifts that are homemade, watch Christmas movies, read cards from family and friends and take lots and lots of photos, all these things gives “all the joy” to our holidays.

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    21. Sarah Robles

      I add all the joy I can by focusing on the people I love, listening to as much Christmas music as possible, and enjoying other people’s christmas lights!

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    22. Elena Vo

      I add all the joy by being mindful of others this month who are not getting to spend time with their family and inviting coworkers and acquaintances to my house for coffee and pie!

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    23. Mansi

      Such a lovely giveaway.
      Holiday cheer is all around, just a matter of who or what adds in a little more to it.

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    24. Meagan Dockens

      I add joy to the holiday’s by making all sorts of treats, cookie, bars, pies, cakes, cake pops, homemade hot chocolate, meals. This is my FAVORITE time of year and I love making sure everyone I know gets something homemade for the season.

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    25. Julie P

      I add the joy by making doubles of everything and graciously telling my husband to please go with his children to his mom’s and then the girls other grandparents for the day. Being the second wife isn’t easy but since the girls lost their mom as teens I feel he should go. So I go be with my family and he goes with his. We do manage to spend Christmas Eve together and that is what matters to me, on top of Everyone being happy. Spending time with those that you love is the most important.

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    26. Donna Ingalls

      I add joy to my holidays to make time to give to the less fortunate. I will be donating to Hurricane Sandy victims this year. This puts everything in perspective.
      Spending time with family and friends is what brings me joy over the holidays too.

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    27. Susan M.

      Enjoying the fun from the perspective of my 2 and 4 year olds. It’s easy to just look at the holidays from the adult perspective and forget the magic seen by the child’s eye. :)

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    28. pam douglas

      I add joy to my holidays by spending time with family and friends.
      Love the giveaway.

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    29. Ruth Gannon

      I add joy to my holidays by spending them with my family and friends. I love watching the joy on the faces of my grandchildren when they see what Santa has brought them. This year will be an even more special because we all survived Sandy, and hopefully we can bring some of ourselves to those in need.

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    30. Kathy S

      My kids are adults and live in another state. Joy to me is spending time with them over the holidays! Can’t wait!

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    31. Sue Severson Bray

      Christmas shopping is done, I started playing Christmas music today and I’ve started buying yummy baking chips to begin the Falalalala season! :)

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    32. K. Davis

      12 Days of Xmas tradition I started with my son is the highlight of my Xmas season, including a Xmas eve scavenger hunt with the family, and of course dinner, family time, and blessed to receive gifts on Christmas day. I have something new for Xmas eve this year, and very excited!

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    33. Danae

      I add joy to the holidays by hosting Thanksgiving & Christmas dinner & having each guest bring a side dish or dessert that is special or nostalgic to their holiday memories. This way no one feels homesick or like they’ve missed out on their family traditions. This non-traditional approach makes my guests feel at ease and takes the burden of the day off of everyone. it also makes them feel like they have contributed to making the day extra special.

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    34. mindy

      I add joy to my holidays by crafting and baking with family and friends! Nothing in the world is better to me than that!

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    35. Nicole Herrera

      The added joy of the holidays in our house is baking/cooking with my mom & daughter & following our traditions:)

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    36. vickie

      Like so many others have stated, and as a true generation Southener I/we add Christmas joy to our holiday’s with great traditional food! We still go out and get a real tree and decorate to classic Christmas music (antiquated to some I think). The best part is just sharing with friends and families…making memories to pass on and remember those who have gone on too. A tradition my mother started over 30 years ago is to give each of us a special Hallmark dated ornament…this is my most anticipated and cherished gift of all each year.

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    37. Peggy

      I add to the joy by printing out coupons for services for friends (shovel the snow, mow the lawn etc.).

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    38. Patti Brown

      I bake cookies with my sisters every year, plus I make chocolates. I love making goodies and bringing them to family parties. This is a wonderful giveaway!

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    39. Julie Streeter

      In our family we try to stick with some of our family traditions and cook or bake things like mom & grandma did!! Love to bake and share with friends and family!

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    40. Stephanie M

      My holiday joys are baking, and spending quality time with family and friends! Oh and Wawa eggnog!

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    41. Kelly F.

      I really try to make a lot of memories with my girls. It brings me a lot of joy but most importantly, I hope it brings them a lot of joy.

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    42. Lydia Sestito

      What a great giveaway! It brings me joy to bake for everyone and seing that smile after they take the first bite! Score! Happy dance! ;)

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    43. Jessica

      Baking goodies and sending them to work with hubby…and trying to find that perfect gift to suprise people with!

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    44. Kirsty

      I’ve always considered the little Christmas lights to be the cornerstone of that Holiday Joy feeling, but the most joyful part of my holidays is that, being a parent, I get to introduce my daughter to all of it!

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    45. Dorothy Barnes

      I add joy to the holidays by baking for all my family and friends! Love the holidays..

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    46. Dawn

      I LOVE the holidays! The joy for me is spending time with family and friends during the holiday season. Especially time with my kids as they are grown and one lives far from home but he’ll be home for Christmas. Just being together is JOY!

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    47. Cherie Wiederrich

      Love the giveaway! I add the joy by baking for friends and family and spending time with my college kids!

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    48. Cristina

      My anniversary is Dec. 23 so there’s already a lot of joy at Christmas! Plus my boyfriend’s family flies in from England and Seattle! I add the joy at Christmas with lots and LOTS of family time!

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