The Original Christmas Classics Collection: DVD Set Giveaway {ARV $45; 11/29; US}

Christmas DVDI have to confess: This year, we couldn’t even wait until the weekend after Thanksgiving to start playing up Christmas in our house. I absolutely couldn’t wait to rip open the Blu-ray DVD set of The Original Christmas Classics collection, which includes four of the movies that I have watched every single year of my life for as long as I can remember – the Rankin/Bass classics “Frosty the Snowman,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” “Santa Claus is Comin’ to Town” and “Frosty Returns.”

Although remembering the nostalgia of watching these classic Christmas movies in my special Christmas pajamas was fun, what was even better was curling up on the couch with my husband and kids, and seeing a new kind of Christmas magic unfold through my two year old’s eyes. His eyes lit up as Frosty the Snowman came alive, and I loved hearing his laugh as Rudolph learned to fly for the first time. My son has been talking about all of those classic Christmas characters all week long, and who can blame him. I’m sure many of us could never forget Herbie the dentist elf, the island of misfit toys, and the poor snow monster with a toothache.

I look forward to continuing this tradition of a special family movie night with The Original Christmas Classics at the beginning of the holiday season each year! These iconic TV specials are part of the American holiday tradition, and they would make a wonderful gift for the little one in your life who brings magic to your daily life. The Original Christmas Classics collection is now available wherever Blu-rays ($44.95 SRP) are sold.

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Disclosure: I received a DVD of The Original Christmas Classics for review, but all opinions expressed in this post are my own.

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  1. Alexandria says

    Watching all of these movies is a definite tradition! Unfortunately last year my DVD’s got stolen, so the chance to win this is perfect timing!

  2. says

    This is only our second year creating our own Christmas, and only our third with children, so we don’t have any official traditions yet but we had fun decorating cookies last year and I am hoping to do that this year. I also got the kids matching Christmas PJ’s for Christmas Eve. I was actually thinking of giving them this DVD set along with their PJ’s but it would be great to win it instead of buy it :-)
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  3. Jamie Brigham says

    We always make sure to wake up at home and open our presents with just us.. Hubby, kids and me. We will travel on Christmas but not until we wake up in our own home. We also alwats watch Christmas movies on Christmas eve.

  4. Becca Wilson says

    When i was a little girl, my parents and I would bake cookies to leave for Santa. My dad always told me we needed to leave a carrot for Rudolph too! So that is now what I do with my son :)

  5. steve weber says

    Christmas Eve we usually make all finger foods and watch A Christmas Story.. also go to a candlelight church service followed by looking at Christmas lights.

  6. Sheree says

    Our Christmas tradition is to open 1 gift Christmas Eve that can be enjoyed by everyone that evening and to make sure to leave Santa a note with cookies and milk

  7. Sherri G. says

    My four siblings and their families and my mom and step-dad (roughly 25 ppl!) get together for a big pot luck breakfast the Saturday before Christmas every year where we listen to (and sing) Christmas music, eat ourselves silly and swap white elephant gifts. It’s my favorite event of the year, hands down.

  8. carol lewis says

    We now get together at our home and do Christmas on Christmas Eve, so the kids and grnadkids can have their own celebration at home the next day.

  9. Megan Lim says

    We are going to start a new tradition of receiving pajamas on Christmas Eve and all wearing our new pajamas to bed.

  10. Vikki Billings says

    One of our traditions is to get together Christmas eve, my kids and grandkids come over, we fix a dinner of their choice and then we watch a Christmas movie!

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