Sunday, November 28, 2010

First Giveaway!

It seems like people are determined to ruin my Christmas spirit- well they have no idea who they are dealing with. I have my iTunes 'holiday!!!!' playlist set and cranked and I plan on digging out the decorations tomorrow. The season is only just beginning and I am excited and ready.

To share some Christmas joy I have decided to do a giveaway! Yes... to you 3 people that read this blog you have a really good chance of winning something.  I just made up some embroidered Christmas ornaments that I thought would be fun to share.

To win just leave a comment sharing your favorite Christmas ornament. Could be something from childhood, could be something you made, or something someone made for you! (Just make sure I have a way of contacting you.)

Using the random number generator I will choose 2 winners. The first will win a handmade ornament in the shape of the state of your choice! (If you are from MN you will get this one sent to you!)


The second winner will win the 'Silver and Gold' element set. Nerdy and Christmasy at the same time.

You have until December 1st at noon to enter!


  1. I think they are great! Love the sciency Christmas Ornaments - you should put them in the Embroidery and Science flickr group!

  2. My favorite christmas ornaments are still the gingerbread ones I made with my mom when I was little. They were made out of really hard gingerbread and we covered them in glitter. it's been at least 10 years and they still smell yummy!

    - Warmly,
    Leslie (lockedinthepark at

  3. Our current favorite is a manatee ornament my wife and I got last year. My wife is from FL and after a visit with her family one year I bough her a little stuffed manatee in the airport gift shop to cheer her up and they manatee has been sort of a mascot of ours ever sense.

  4. Very cool ornaments! Count me in on the giveaway..My favorite ornament is probably not an ornament, but the strings of real popcorn we strung on the tree a few years ago. We did our entire tree in old fashioned wooden ornaments and the popcorn instead of tinsel and lights. It was really neat!

  5. We have an ornate patchwork camel that my daughter was given when she was six and starred in the "Very Hopeless Camel" at school. It still brings a tear when it goes up!

  6. what a veyr cute idea....nice giveaway too..Happy Holidays

  7. oh favorite ornaments are my lightbulb snowmen....cehck them out on my blog

    try the glitter ones out to..both very easy to do