*Just For You-DEDICATIONS!!! 3 a day Not accepting works...Group is closed for a while

Dedications to People, Places or Things


This challenge closed over 5 years ago.

The Challenge

Since it is the Christmas season, one thing we all love, is our decorations. This challenge is for members only, whose work has been accepted into the group with a dedication in the description area. I want to see your special decorations, either inside your home or ones you display for everyone to see outside in your yard. Let’s get into the spirit of Christmas and show those decorations!!!

Judging / Voting Criteria

Without your votes, these challenges wouldn’t succeed. Please vote for the one or ones that you think best fit this challenge. Show your support and vote whether or not you enter. We are counting on all of you!!!

Rewards & Prizes

A top winner banner will be given to the challenge winner for display of their work. All the top 10 winners will also receive a special banner for their winning works.

Additional Information

Please follow the rules and guidelines of the group for this challenge. If you you are not accepted into the group, your work will be removed without notice and that is something we really don’t like to do. But in order to be fair to all who do follow the rules, we are left with no choice. SO PLEASE MAKE SURE YOUR WORK IS IN THE GROUP BEFORE ADDING IT TO THIS CHALLENGE!

Cover Image: Christmas Elf by vigor


The Top Ten

All I Want for Christmas  by Morag Bates

All I Want for Christmas by Morag Bates was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 4 votes.

  • Snow Adorns The John Burrows Covered Bridge by Gene Walls
  • Merry Christmas & May Your Wishes Come True by Joy Watson
  • I’ll Be Home For Christmas by Yannik Hay
  • Christmas Magic by shutterbug2010
  • All I want for Christmas is You~ In Memory of My Mom Victoria Lynn by Brenda Dahl
  • Xmas tags I made a long time ago... by MardiGCalero
  • Dreaming of a Pink Christmas by AnnDixon
  • Christmas Lights.... by zpawpaw
  • Just Hanging Around in the Tree! by Heather Friedman

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