Saturday, October 31, 2009
Friday, October 30, 2009
Timothy Haugen is the artist and I love the whimsical nature of his art. Most of his toys are made of paper.
I think that is so unique.
I love, love, love these beautiful cards from Studio Flower Power.
They are made with real flowers.....stunning!
And last, but definitely not least the adorable knittings from deusprovidebit.
Almost makes me want another baby! ALMOST!
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Monday, October 26, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
You will receive one entry for each of the following.
- Visit her shop and comment on something you like there.
- Visit her blog (she is a professional photographer as well and her work is beautiful).
- Heart her shop on etsy.
- Follow my blog.
- Remember to leave a comment for each thing that you do. That way Random.org will count each thing as a separate entry.
Giveaway ends Friday, Oct 30 at midnight.
Good Luck and thanks for helping Katherine out!
Friday, October 23, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
This little skirt not only has my signature apron, but attached to that apron are three little playthings for baby. Let me add here that these things have been sewn, sewn and sewn on again, re-enforced about 5 times, to make sure that baby can't get them off. Unless your little girl is Edwina Scissorteeth, Those little embellishments will stay right on that apron.
It is home to an eight layered butterfly, a giant jingle bell (sorry, I know that's the kind of thing you sister would give your child just to bug you). You can cut it off if it drives you crazy...I don't care. And, lastly, a big bunch of ribbons to finger and touch. Looks like a great shower gift to me.....I'm just sayin'!
Monday, October 19, 2009
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Giveaway number 2
I bought a couple of things recently that were so cute I had to ask the shop owner if we could offer a freebie to you.
While looking for something for Scissor's birthday, I came across Giggly Monkey.
I bought a couple of things and was so impressed with the items and her method of delivery (very cute).
I bought scissors this guitar pick necklace. The
pick is detachable so that she won't loose her picks so often.
I also bought this little "Kissaboo Monkey". It's filled with flax seeds and can be heated in the microwave to offer a soothing, warm kiss to a boo-boo. My tough little 8 year old line backer fell asleep with this laying on his painful
little ear infection the other night. Don't tell his friends, but he really liked it.
GigglyMonkey is offering my readers the chance to win
a custom Kissaboo Monkey (you choose the color and if it's a boy or girl).
Rules of the giveaway:
You receive a separate entry for each of the following,
- comment on this blog about giggly monkeys shop,
- become a follower of this blog,
- heart giggly monkey on etsy.
- blog about giggly monkey's shop
DON'T FORGET TO LEAVE A WAY FOR ME TO REACH YOU.
Winner will be chosen randomly Friday Oct 23rd at midnight.
One last thing
I have filled my shop up with new cute stuff, new fabric, a couple of new designs and......DRUM ROLL PLEASE..... A new product in my shop. I have had so much fun over the years teaching my daughters to sew that I thought you might want to take a crack at at it too.......So I have created three DIY kits to help you
become a crazy sewing lady too!
to create a simple skirt, a kanzashi flower pin, or a funky flower headband.
Run to my shop and check them out!
OK.... I'm really done now....WHEW!!!!!
Friday, October 16, 2009
A cup of confectioner's sugar, 1 TBS of cocoa
runny just add more sugar).
Heat oil to 370 degrees.
Cut holes in your biscuits. I'm so fancy, I use
an old vitamin lid.
Fry donuts (about 1 minute on each side).
Don't let your oil get over 350, and this works
out perfectly. If your oil gets too hot
your donuts will look golden brown on the
outside, but will still be doughy on the inside.
Dip them in that yummy frosting,
or shake them in a baggy full of
Sprinkle with cute stuff and watch the kids come running.
I don't know why, but the kids just love making these.
One day my funky hippy girl came home and four
of her guy friends were in the kitchen with me (aprons
and all) making donuts. They had showed up at
the door, right out of the blue, and said, "Bobbi....
can we make donuts?" They had their puppy dog eyes
going and pouty lips stuck out, so how could I
Have I mentioned that I love teenagers?
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
I dug into a bowl of dillies from back in the day
and found a cute little buttony, flower thing
to dress her up with.
I gave her some antenna's and VOILA!
Isn't she cute?
Now..... run over and check Lollychops out.
Look for the link to a cool mini pie in a glass jar recipe.
That's next on my "gotta try" list!