Sunday, October 21, 2012

The Orchard Playground Giveaway

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Have I mentioned that I'm hosting Thanksgiving this year? Because I am. And there can be no shortage of adorable serving platters when my friends and family come over. Granted, I am doing disposable plates, but I pull out the prettiest, shiniest china I've got for the serving trays. After all, I do have a mother-in-law to impress, just like most of you.

I ran into The Orchard Playground Etsy shop a few weeks ago and instantly fell in love with this two-tiered stand. I see it holding everything from rolls to cupcakes to chicken fingers (minus the chicken fingers). So I was ecstatic to hear that Laura from T.O.P. was willing to donate one of these fabulous, one-of-a-kind serving stands to one of our lucky readers, just in time for hosting Thanksgiving.



Entering is easy. Just leave a comment below this post answering the following question:

If you could spend Thanksgiving anywhere, where would it be?
I would spend it in Vermont, because I've never been, and I hear the foliage is amazing.
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87 comments:

  1. eclairre at ymail dot com

    I've always wanted to go to Japan! I'd pick there.

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  2. I would love to spend Thanksgiving where I will be spending it - at my parents' house in Massachusetts.

    <3 Melissa
    melissa.lynn.amaral[at]gmail.com
    wildflwrchild.blogspot.com

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  3. I'd love to spend Thanksgiving anywhere. But I love the mountains, and I think it would be great to spend it there... hmm. :-)
    abby789[at]gmail.com

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  4. I'd spend it in San Diego...we visited recently and I loved it!
    contestkim25@gmail.com

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  5. I would spend Thanksgiving right here at home with my family. There is nowhere else I would rather be.
    megnate at telus dot net

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  6. I would head to New England, it seems so cozy in the fall and winter!

    juliek527@yahoo.com

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  7. To be honest, I just love to spend Thanksgiving at home with the people I love most in the world! :) But, I would love to also love New England area because of the beautiful fall foliage. I live in Western PA and we are blessed with gorgeous foliage as well! :)

    thecountryblossom at hotmail dot com

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  8. I would love to spend it with my extended family back in Indiana. Here in Central Florida, the weather is still warm and the trees are all still green.

    showcasesisters at gmail dot com

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  9. I would want to bring all my family to a cabin in the mountains and spend it there with them :)

    Lkvanwingerden at liberty dot edu

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  10. I would like to spend Thanksgiving somewhere north... Yukon or Northwest Territories, maybe.

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  11. I would definitely love to spend thanksgiving up north with my parents in Maryland every year!

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  12. I would love to spend thanksgiving at our own home I doubt it will ever happen. the in laws dominant every holidaya nd we have to make the 3 hour trek. Hopefully by the time I have kids i will be able to host it at my house. that's why I bought the huge dining table DUH
    imnotarunner at gmail dot com
    other wise i woulddn't mind going to vegas for thanksgiving and go nuts at the buffet lol

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  13. England probably, I have always wanted to go there, and my sister lives there! :)

    Nury77 at live dot ca

    Thanks for the chance!

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  14. Probably back in NY with my family. One year we had a beautiful snow with huge flakes and went for a walk after our large meal. Family time is always the best.

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  15. At home! While I love seeing family, I'd really love to have them come see me and be able to cook in my own kitchen.

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  16. I would like to spend Thanksgiving at home and have our family over to our house. We always end up going to at least 2 different places on Thanksgiving to see both sides of the family. It feels too hectic and my kids get tired and cranky. It would be nice to stay home and just relax in one place.
    nbalogh522 at gmail dot com

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  17. Where would I want to spend thanksgiving...I would love to be with my parents, husband and children ANYWHERE, as long as we could all be together happy and healthy again.
    cspmom at gmail dot com

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  18. I thankfully live near the majority of my family. I would stay here at home in Upstate NY celebrating with my family. The foliage here is gorgeous, full of bright colors. Sometimes it snows which makes it even more picturesque!! Thanks for the chance. bekki1820cb at gmail dot vom

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  19. i would maybe want to spend thanksgiving somewhere warm, tropical and beach-y, as long as my friends and family could come, too.
    beyondthewindow at ymail dot com

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  20. In DC with the family! We go to a wonderful French restaurant and afterwards we all go to a museum! It is wonderful and stress free fun:)

    Heather P.
    Spunky Real Deals
    http://spunkyrealdeal.blogspot.com
    hef117@gmail.com

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  21. I am spending Thanksgiving where I would most love to. On the beach!
    mframe00@gmail.com

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  22. I would love to spend Thanksgiving in Madagascar.

    serenap95(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  23. I'll be spending Thanksgiving in Ca. & I love it there.
    rierie11booger (@) yahoo.com

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  24. I would spend it in Maine---cold but still beachy!

    rennieangie at gmail dot com

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  25. I would like to spend it in germany with my brother (yes.4eva.r@gmail.com)

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  26. I would spend it at home. In my own home. No traveling. Just me and my husband. That is NEVER going to happen.

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  27. I'd love to spend it in Paris with my family! So romantic and I'd be really grateful!

    yepfinleywedding at gmail dot com

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  28. I've never been, but maybe montana? it looks beautiful there this time of year.

    carizzatabobo@gmail.com

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  29. I would love to spend it in Scotland, but my family would all have to be there or it wouldnt be thanksgiving!

    sunnybrookdc1@yahoo.com

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  30. I'd love to spend Thanksgiving with my friends in Austin, Tx, I miss them so much.
    Halochanel at gmail dot com

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  31. I would spend it at home, but since I'm in college, I'll probably be spending it in my dorm this year.

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  32. Anywhere my family is would be the best place to celebrate Thanksgiving :)

    jolene.duran @ hotmail. com

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  33. I would spend it at my Gma and Gpa Townsend's farm....and take the time to soak in the beauty of Michigan in the fall. After dinner, I'd take a walk through the forest, collect leaves, skip stones in the pond, find my mother's footprints in the barn, and remember the special family times from my past. (I would take my daughter with me, if she wasn't already having Thanksgiving in Vermont!) :)

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  34. Anywhere with family and friends!

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  35. If I could go anywhere for Thanksgiving, I would go to Hawaii. We just came back to Alaska a few weeks ago from a vacation in Hawaii and I'm not ready for winter yet. I would be thrilled to spend Thanksgiving on the beach! :)

    Beautiful dish, by the way!

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  36. I will spend it just where I want to..the gorgeous Hudson Valley of NY with my family.

    Zoe lee
    http://www.everythingforana.com

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  37. If I could spend thanksgiving anywhere, it would be in California where I am from and where all my extended family lives

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      shellyandcammy@yahoo.com

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  38. It's a toss up between my mum's house in WA or my friend's house in CT. But NE Fall Foliage is sooo pretty!

    amdierm(at)gmail(dotcom)

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  39. In Massachusetts with both sets of parents!

    Roman.c.moss(at)gmail(dot)com

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  40. Disney World and that is where we are going. I have gone almost every year for the past 10 years. My mom comes with us and we go to the parks and Black Friday shopping!

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  41. I want to agree with you -- Vermont! I've been wanting to go there and it just seems right :)

    brinnet [at] gmail [dot] com

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  42. I would go to NYC to be with my brother!

    Thanks!
    lesliedoll at hotmail dot com

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  43. I'd love to go to colonial Williamsburg for the fall! Puffpastryshop(at)gmail(dot)com

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  44. I'd go to Tahoe -- it's so pretty in the fall!

    Lindsreardon at gmail dot com

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  45. Vermont would be nice

    contact email: tsgiveaways(at)hotmail.com

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  46. Haha, I guess saying "I want to see a New England Fall" won't be original now. This year, I'd like to spend it with my fiance in Chicago. (He lives up there, and I live in Pittsburgh.) But we'll be with family down in Virginia and he has to work. Boo.

    ac at selenity dot net

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  47. I would love to spend Turkey Day out on Cape Cod : ) Any day really would be great but Thanksgiving would be awesome

    isntthatwild@gmail.com

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  48. I'd visit my extended family in Dallas, TX!

    geminicalli at yahoo dot com

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  49. maybe maine...nice and crisp

    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  50. Whereever my family is
    jessicawedwards@gmail.com

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  51. If I could spend Thanksgiving anywhere it would simply be with all my family here at one of our homes. We all live fairly close to one another. ...ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.

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  52. oh i would love to be in Hawaii
    flyergal82 At (yahoo) /dot/ $com%

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  53. I would love to spend Thanksgiving at my apartment! I've never hosted Thanksgiving before, and it would be great to have my family and boyfriends family here so everyone could get to know one another. It would also be nice to stay in one place, because usually I end up driving to a few different locations to see everyone.

    elaine.bryar@gmail.com

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  54. I would spend it in San Francisco with my grandpa!
    tbd11mail at gmail dot com

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  55. I would want to spend it in CA with my whole family, my cousins and second cousins

    khbride at yahoo dot com

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  56. I live close to my family, so I see them lots. And I love them dearly. But Thanksgiving somewhere tropical sure does lovely....Hawaii maybe? I've never been there!

    frankandkatie at gmail dot com

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  57. With my best friend who is 5 hours away in Chicago.
    jerzycat99@yahoo.com

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  58. I would love to be camping in my favorite Central Florida campsite. Did that one year and it was fabulous! The food tasted even better outside by a fire. Lori----Lmsmulberry@aol.com

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  59. I would love to spend Thanksgiving in New York City and see the Macy's Thanksgiving Parade!

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  60. I would love to spend it in New Hampshire, specifically the White Mountains. It's a wonderful location.

    P.S. the foliage in Vermont is amazing during this time! I was there visiting a few weeks ago for a wedding, conveniently during what they refer to as "leaf peeper" weekend. Apparently it's spectacular enough to have a weekend designated for people who come admire. :)

    Catie--whelan.caitlin@gmail.com

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  61. If I could spend Thanksgiving anywhere, I would spend it in Palm Desert with my family, instead of working!

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  62. Would love to spend Thanksgiving in California with my relatives.
    Tricia.279 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  63. I would love to spend it in the mountains of NC with my family.

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  64. Also, Vermont is gorgeous - we go to a cabin up there in July and November every year and looooooove it!! If you ever get the chance to go, run there!!

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  65. I'd love to spend Thanksgiving with my family in Tennessee.

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  66. cac331 (cac331@yahoo.com)October 25, 2012 at 12:48 PM

    If I could be anywhere for Thanksgiving, it would be my mama's house. The food, the people, the atmosphere. Can't be beat.

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  67. Christina - xristya@rock.com - I would spend it in Bali! I've always wanted to go to Bali!

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  68. If I could spend thanksgiving anywhere, it would have to be the white house! Wouldn't it be interesting to see what the conversation is like?!

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  69. Would love to spend thanksgiving in England
    brendawitherspoon at hotmail dot com

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  70. I would go back in time, and spend thanksgiving around my mothers table like we used to back in the day. With everyone spread out and living all over the USA, those memories of all being in one place, wrapped in the warmth of love and surrounded by my family seems almost a dream now. My cousins and I running around the table after dinner. The laughter and talking deafening. Those memories are the best. It wouldn't matter physically where we all were, just would like to have those times back again.
    susie520@comcast.net

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  71. I would spend thanksgiving wherever my family is.

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  72. I love where we live, so right where we are, but in a house of our own instead of a rental.

    hrfarley at gmail dot com

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  73. I would love to spend it in Tennessee. The mountains are gorgeous that time of year!

    navybaby1113 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  74. I would love to spendThanksgiving in Chicago with my two new nephews!

    Kaitlyn (:

    wifessionals(at)gmail(dot)com

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  75. I would say in California, I have lived in Oklahoma for 6 years now and have not been able to make it back for Thanksgiving!

    Polkadottedchaos(at)Gmail(Dot)com

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  76. I would love to spend it in some warm beach location eating nothing that has to do with thanksgiving food. I think that would be a fun experience. ambrerose at(aol) dot(com)

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  77. I've always wanted to spend Thanksgiving in New York! Being a California native, I've never experienced the Macy's Thanksgiving parade nor the beautiful Fall weather during Thanksgiving there. Next year I'll definitely start saving up so I can be able to spend my next Thanksgiving in New York!

    felicia.allthingsdreamy (at) gmail.com

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  78. I would relive the Thanksgivings I grew up with in Western PA where the leaves are amazing, the food is plentiful, the family is kooky, and the traditions are plentiful. Mornings required early rising to start cooking and the Macy's parade on television; after the meal, we'd take a walk across the fields into the woods and return to watch football and have our annual Scrabble game with my mom, aunts, and me. Leftovers were consumed for supper and life was enjoyed with those we loved.

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  79. Oh, Rachael, that's from me - Becky Carnahan

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  80. I would love to go back into time and share a Thanksgiving with the pilgrims. It would be a reminder of what the day is all about.

    dmdrake23@gmail.com

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  81. I would love to spend Thanksgiving - with my family - on a beach in Florida!

    glindathegood@bellsouth.net

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  82. I would spend Thanksgiving in Wenatchee, WA because that is where my parents are and it has been over a year and a half since I have seen them. (-:

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  83. I would spend Thanksgiving in Las Vegas with my mother before she moves to a one bedroom apartment in California. A husband and 4 dogs doesn't leave much room for a 23 year old daughter lol

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  84. I would spend it at Disneyland with my husband! That sounds like fun to us!
    Amarias@asu.edu

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