Friday, June 18, 2010

and the winner is...

the stars were all laid out








 






they were gathered by the large hand


the golden prize was laid out on the white throne outside in the nippy air


 














 




the large hand scattered the stars over the golden prize





 













 



all but two fell to the grass









 







 





these two stars were gathered and scattered again


luckily only one landed on the golden prize




 













 



without further ado...congratulations to amanda

until next time
lots of it
Mndy
xxx

13 comments:

Taryn said...

woooo hoooo. Congrats, Amanda. Great giveaway, Mandyxx

amanda73 said...

wow, thanks heaps mandy......... you dont need my addy cos you already have.... wow, im soooo excited, thanks heaps mandy

Trudy Callan said...

How cute. I love how you chose the winner. So fun.

And congratulations to you, too, for being the winner of What To Wear's giveaway at www.w0wiloveit.blogspot.com

Trudy
www.artisticcreationswithtrudy.blogspot.com &

www.sewingwithtrudy.blogspot.com

Emakesart said...

Ha! You're so creative! I love how you chose the winner!

Sarah Lou said...

Congratulations amanda!!!!

love your crochet - what yarn are you using??? I love the colours together, and what oppie aee you shopping at??? mine have had nothing for ages

Kristin said...

Yeah, Amanda! Mandy, such a cute idea to spill the stars - I love it!
Thank you for the chance to win and for the sweet comment about my space - now that I've seen others, I want to do more with mine . . . Maybe I should move to the garage - more space there! And I would have to share with a drum set too . . .
Happy Sunday,
Kristin xo

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Sorry my computer is duplicating comments . . . Me xo

Kristin said...

Hi again! Thank you for your sweet comments - I love your support and your spirit!
For vintage books, I go to my local library all the time. I often get books that they no longer want to shelve for a dollar. I just picked up about 15 very vintage books (mostly text only) there recently - don't think they know what they have. Some of them are from the 1800's . . . Also, I know that you can get a lot from Etsy if you look under vintage children's books - Mother Goose is not hard to come by there,
Kristin xo

Emakesart said...

Hi, I'm back! Just wanted to thank you for your wonderful comment, I'm sooo glad you like my work. It means a lot. Thank you!!!

chrisw said...

luvnhugsxxxx

Lorraine said...

congrats amanda like the way you were chosen..like the crochet blanket