Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway!

I bought this cute plaque from Taylor n Ronnie's Chic Boutique on Ebay awhile back and have had it packed away. It's on 1/8 of an inch board and is approx. 4 1/2 x 7 inches. It has a pretty pink ribbon attached to hang it up with. It's really pretty but I don't have room for it, so it's now on its way to being the Terrific Tuesday Giveaway.
I'm giving away another item this week. I have some wonderful fibers for sale in my Etsy Shop. I have different colors and 2 different size packs. For $1.25 you get 2 yards of 6 colors for a total of 12 yards of fibers. The other pack is 4 yards of 6 colors making 24 yards of fibers for $2.50. (There are minimal shipping charges) So, anyways, I am giving a small set of the purple fibers away today.

Just leave me a comment about any old thing you'd like and I will enter your name to win one of these wonderful prizes! (Hee! Hee! I'm so funny!) I'll put all the names in a hat and draw two names out. The first one gets the rose plaque and the other person gets the fibers. Sounds okay? Okay, great and good luck!

The winners are: drum roll please.............. Mary Ann Abbott gets the plaque and Speak Out Loud wins the fibers.

1 comment:

I AM VERY MARY said...

I'm rather a sucker for the plaque! But then, I'm rather a sucker for stuff. Of any kind. Always. Is there a support group for that?

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