Wednesday, March 26, 2008

wednesday = books

Congratulations Elizabeth {comment #2} - you are Tuesday’s winner! {Elizabeth is in the US so please feel free to continue to comment today if you are outside}

You guys blew me away with the number of comments for the fabric! They were so heart-felt too, I wish I could give you all some fabric…its breaking my heart, seriously!

And thank you for all the nice comments about the rings. I’m starting to think maybe I should give etsy a try…maybe I could sell some fabric packs too.

For today’s books I’m giving away duplicates, 2 of which I’ve featured on past book days – here & here which are probably two of my favorite titles in my little used, but much loved craft library.

And another ring:

And today’s embroidery pattern:

I’m running late so have to run…have a great day!


Cathy {tinniegirl} said...

Ok, I am going to keep trying until one of us outside the US gets lucky.


I am in Oz

Those books look fabulous and another great ring. You must do the Etsy thing because if I don't win this week I want to be able to buy one for sure. It is so nice of you to give away all these things.

Kitten's Lost Her Mittens said...

You should definitely do etsy. Your rings are gorgeous! And those books look great.

kittens.lost.her.mittens at gmail dot com

* elizabeth * said...

Hooray! Thank you so much!!!

Jessie said...

I'm diggin the faceted black ring - you really should sell them!

Sara said...

FUN rings! I love them!
my email is kserasara at gmail dot com

Michelle said...

Yes, if I saw the black ring in a shop, I'd definitely pick it up! I heart the crafty books's getting harder and harder to find them in the Value Village and Goodwill these days. *sigh*

shanghaicowgirl.m at gmail dot com

Representing Canada!

mideast-transplant said...

wow -- those rings are incredible. i've seen similar ones done with buttons, but never earrings! so clever! definitely worth selling.


omega (dot) girla (at) gmail (dot) com

Bunny B said...

Oooh! What a fab ring! I love it!! Books look great too! Thanks so much for these cool giveaways.

bunnybox9 [at] lycos [dot] com
All the way from Asia :)

Anonymous said...

I've been holding out this week, but can no longer resist, I'm tossing my name in the ring... I love your rings, very clever and unique. You have a great sense of style!

d underscore rogal at hotmail dot com

In the US.

Amy said...

Fun books! You really should sell rings on etsy, fabric would be awesome too!

Alli (One Pearl Button) said...

You should definitely give the rings a go on Etsy - they are fabulous!

I'm re-crossing my fingers for the books!

alli_lucy_stitches at yahoo dot com

Skulleigh said...

I agree, you should try selling those on etsy. I think they would do well.

No entry for me on todays :) Good luck to everyone trying for those!

Anonymous said...

Interesting looking books.
lindaronne at yahoo dot com

michelle michael said...

you are such an inspiration. i visit you almost everyday. i even modeled my new blog after yours, using an easy schedule to stay organized!! the books look super fun!

Claudia said...

my goodness!
i've been missing out on all the great stuff you're giving away.

your rings are fabulous!
i agree with everyone else about selling them on etsy :)


Anonymous said...

Oh, your books are the greatest! Is it wrong to pray that I win?

kristena12180 at hotmail dot com

Unknown said...

Awww, I'm so sad that I missed fabric tuesday. Better jump in now!!


Two Peas In a Pod said...

Yes, you should do the etsy thing. I have girlfriends that would kill for rings like that. The craft books look like fun. Im in Canada
Have a wonderful Wednesday

Anonymous said...

Great books!
goingsewcrazy at gmail dot com

Linnea said...

You totally need to put those rings on etsy! They are great the books look like fun!

Rebekah said...

I think you should sell your rings too. I would buy one they are gorgeous.

hanna said...

Congratulations Elizabeth, I'm so jealous. Nevermind I'll give today's one a go, those books look great another cute ring.
aaron.hanna at gmail dot com