Saturday, February 06, 2010

"Valentine" Give Away...

Yesterday I promised a "Valentine" Give Away associated with my plea to you to send Valentines filled with a little hope and love to those suffering from the effects of the earthquake in Haiti.

It's so easy to do! Just scroll down or go here to find out how you can stack your odds to win this classic wristlet and send a little love to those in need. Don't sign up for this Give Away here, just scroll down to get the info and find out what you can do to enter the Give Away -- time and time again!!!

I was in the mood for black and white yesterday -- with a punch of hot pink. This little clutch fits the bill.

I love scrollwork of any type. This fabric can be found at Hobby Lobby. You heard me right. Both fabrics found on this clutch are part of a private label brand for Hobby Lobby called Brother Sister Design Studio. To be honest this fabric is not the high quality you will find in most designer fabrics, but I have found several fabrics from this line that are cute, fresh and contemporary. These are two of them!

After publishing yesterday's post, I received an email from a friend of mine who is a paper genius. (You should see her scrapbooks.) She asked if her family could make the Valentines, rather than print them off. I encouraged her to do so. For some, this might be an option, rather than printing them. Use your imagination and follow the links to send them to the address in Irvine! And make sure you let me know in the comments on the post below, how many times I should enter your name for this classic Wristlet Give Away...


Have a nice weekend!


4 comments:

Anne Fannie said...

Suzanne, that is so pretty. I love the print and the pink flower just sets it off!
Your work is always so wonderful!
My daughter in law loved one of your dwipes I sent her!
Hugs, Ann

peter said...

very very very cute.....

Wanda Birkestrand said...

I loved the wristlet bag. What a clever lady you are. I think tomorrow with all the snow I will slide right into Hobby Lobby and look for the fabic and sit down and sew. I Just retired and cannot wait to tackle and create in my sewing room. Have a Fun Day.

Renee said...

I love damask, as a matter of fact, I'm thinking of ordering an oversized stencil and doing one accent wall in my dining room. I've never really done stenciling, but it's a way of getting a wallpaper look without the price or hassle. What do you think?