While I’m Out… A Giveaway

Ark Blocks

I decided to go ahead and do one giveaway while I’m away. These are hand painted wooden blocks that would be cute any time of year, but I like the colors for Christmas too. You can mix and match them, stack them up, or set them side by side.

If you’d like these, leave a comment on this post and I’ll draw a winner when I return.

Have a great week!

I am grateful for going to New York!

24 thoughts on “While I’m Out… A Giveaway”

  1. Hi Michelle,

    I was sorry to read that you’d been let go from your job. Why does it seem that so many of these job terminations occur around the Christmas season??

    From reading your posts since that day however I can see that you have a really strong, positive outlook about the whole thing. And you’ve got strong support from Eric, which is so important.

    I have no doubt that before too long you’ll find another job and it will be a new and enjoyable challange for you.

    Congratulations on the finish of Baby Garden, and the framing of it and of In My Garden. They both look fantastic. The little details in Baby Garden are what make it so cute and pretty. I’m sure that your friend will be thrilled to receive it and will cherish it.

    Those crystal ornaments that you give to Eric each year (there is no way I’m going to try spelling that name) are beautiful. I can just imagine how lovely they must look on your tree.

    I’ve only stitched one Prairie Schooler design so far but I do have a half dozen or so of their charts here, ready to be picked out and started. I love the designers colour choices and her choice of verses.

    Hope that you had a great trip to New York and I look forward to reading all about it and seeing your pictures.

    By the way, where did you learn to do your own framing?? How many projects have you framed so far??

    Cheers.

  2. Hi Michelle,

    I was sorry to read that you’d been let go from your job. Why does it seem that so many of these job terminations occur around the Christmas season??

    From reading your posts since that day however I can see that you have a really strong, positive outlook about the whole thing. And you’ve got strong support from Eric, which is so important.

    I have no doubt that before too long you’ll find another job and it will be a new and enjoyable challange for you.

    Congratulations on the finish of Baby Garden, and the framing of it and of In My Garden. They both look fantastic. The little details in Baby Garden are what make it so cute and pretty. I’m sure that your friend will be thrilled to receive it and will cherish it.

    Those crystal ornaments that you give to Eric each year (there is no way I’m going to try spelling that name) are beautiful. I can just imagine how lovely they must look on your tree.

    I’ve only stitched one Prairie Schooler design so far but I do have a half dozen or so of their charts here, ready to be picked out and started. I love the designers colour choices and her choice of verses.

    Hope that you had a great trip to New York and I look forward to reading all about it and seeing your pictures.

    By the way, where did you learn to do your own framing?? How many projects have you framed so far??

    Cheers.

  3. I’m a relatively new reader of your blog and am enjoying seeing your creations.

    Where in New York? My guess is New York City . . . I live in western New York, a suburb of Rochester. There really is life outside of NYC!!

  4. I’m a relatively new reader of your blog and am enjoying seeing your creations.

    Where in New York? My guess is New York City . . . I live in western New York, a suburb of Rochester. There really is life outside of NYC!!

  5. Hope you enjoy your time in New York, Michelle! You definitely deserve a nice break.
    Those wooden blocks are to die for, so if you could throw my name in the hat :o)

  6. Hope you enjoy your time in New York, Michelle! You definitely deserve a nice break.
    Those wooden blocks are to die for, so if you could throw my name in the hat :o)

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