Tuesday, 16 February 2010

I drew the winners last night, but we had a few storms here and I needed to turn off my computer. I did manage to email the winners and I've heard back from 2 of them already. They were-
Lois (USA)- Birds, Flowers and Crafts, who won the pincushion.
Annie (England) - Annie's Antics, who won the beaded dragon fob.
Ksenia (Moldova) - My Little Creative World, who won the beaded butterfly fob.

Thank You so much to everyone who took part in any way and a Very Big Thank You to Lisa Swifka who once again organised this amazing event.
I'm really looking forward to going through the list of bloggers at my leisure and checking out their wonderful blogs. There are many very talented people amongst them.

Monday, 15 February 2010

Comments for this post are now closed and I will be drawing 3 winners from the 180 bloggers that have visited for OWOH. I will post the winners later on tonight.

Sunday, 7 February 2010

I'm a little late but I've decided to take part in One World One Heart.
In the words of Lisa Swifka, who created the event in 2007, "The original idea behind this giveaway event was to bring bloggers together from around the world who may never ordinarily meet. It closes the gap of the blog community and enables us to interact, discover new and wonderful people, and in the process possibly win a prize or many prizes along the way." From 85-90 participants in 2007, many countries represented and numerous friendships made, this year there are well over 1,000 who are taking part in this huge event.

For the first draw, I'm offering a OOAK pincushion similar to the one above. The second and third draws will be for the beaded fobs below. To be eligible to win, you must have a blog and leave a comment on this post. If you should win,please make sure there is a way for me to link back to you or leave me your email address. The cutoff time for posting comments will be 8pm EST on February 15th. and I will post the winners names here that evening. Best of luck.

Sunday, 3 January 2010

Wishing you all a Very Happy, Peaceful, Safe and Prosperous 2010. So far, we are having a very wet New Year, which is just fantastic, as we were in desperate need of some decent rain.
I've finally managed to post a pic of the needlebook that I made Leanne for a recent swap. The pincushion and teabag folder were added as part of an RAK (Random Act of Kindness), a way of randomly passing something nice along to someone whether it be something handmade or unwanted craft materials. I downloaded a photo of the lovely needlebook I received from Linda in an earlier post.

Hope Everyone had a wonderful Christmas. We had a fairly quiet one. Here is a crazy patched Christmas stocking I made Diane for a swap. The little Christmas tree ornaments were made for me by Judy in the same swap.