Monday, December 20, 2010

New Years Bash!

Hey gals! I'm just reminding everyone about the upcoming New Years Bash! It's going to run from Dec. 30- Jan 13th and there are going to be TONS of giveaways to enter! Please grab the EVENT BUTTON on the right hand side so you can get extra entries! I also recommend subscribing and following so you don't forget :). 


I'm not going to show the pictures today because I still feel a little bit sick  and I don't feel like doing all the work. If you would like to see them, I did save them and I can send them to you via email.

Chixycoco Vintage winner:
Comment #89
Roni-Thanks for giving them a heart on Etsy!

The Sewing Blonde winner
Comment #46
Ashley Elaine-Thanks for liking me on Facebook! 

Congrats to the winners you will be receiving a winner shortly! I want to give a special thanks to  Chixycoco Vintage and The Sewing Blonde for Sponsoring these awesome giveaways!


Sick Days

I just wanted to tell everyone that I'm sorry that I've been kind of "absent" these last couple of days. I came down with the flu and just didn't feel up to it.  I'm going to be announcing the winners very shortly. I hope everyone is doing great!


Saturday, December 18, 2010

More Winners :)

Giveaway Winners!!
Reasons Why You Rock! by Kathy Light:
Comment # 29
The Pink 'Dillo
 Comment # 29

Whimsical Doodle 
 Comment #32
*Grace Matthews*

Congrats to all the winners and a special thanks to all of the sponsors!

Which reminds me, The Pink Dillo Would like to extend their discount to my readers until Dec. 31st!
To Receive 10% off use code: 

Sparkling Gem Ornament

This craft is fun to make and is also wonderful to give as an inexpensive Christmas gift. I wouldn't recommend doing this with younger children unless you buy plastic ornaments. 
Items you need:
  • Clear Glass Ball Ornament
  • Glitter Glue
  • Flat back acrylic jewel adornments
 Step 1:
Begin this jeweled ornament by removing the top covering to the ornament and set it aside.  
Next, paint dots of glitter glue sporadically around the ornament.

Step 2:
Place a jewel on top of each dot of glue.  Allow to dry well.

Step 3:
Trace an outline around each gem with some glitter glue, and allow the ornament to dry well.  The ornament is now ready for the tree or to give away as a handmade gift from the heart.

If you decide to make these awesome ornaments I would LOVE to see pictures!

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