Thursday, December 17, 2009

It's a giveaway

It's long over due. . . . but it's time for a GIVEAWAY.
Christmas is all about the giving.
So here's your chance(s). I made two paper mache' Santa's.

This big guys stands 12 1/2 inches tall. He loves handmade quilts. In fact he is holding one. He also comes with a quilt pattern from Cyndi Walker's Stitch Studios. The pattern, called Cottage Rose, makes a 54" by 70" quilt. To complete this quilt you will need a jelly roll and a sweet roll. For you non-quilters it's not something you can eat either!


This little guy tops out at 9 1/2 inches tall. The Moda Garden Inspiration pack wouldn't fit in his backpack so it will just be tucked in your box.

How can you win you ask? Leave a comment. That will get you 1 entry.

Tell a friend to stop by. She needs to leave a comment and mention your name. That will get you another entry.

For a 3rd entry you could bribe me with fudge with walnuts but there are no promises on that one.

Entries will be accepted until sometime Monday evening, December 21st.

I would like to mail them out Tuesday so they can grace your table by Christmas.



34 comments:

Mel said...

YAY!! Homemade Christmas!!

I would love one of those darling St. Nicks!!

Zoey said...

Oh, I would love to have an original OSB piece gracing my holiday home!

Does being born in MIssouri count for an extra vote? hee hee

Brandi said...

Oh, they're so cute! Impressed that you made them... but not surprised! ;)

betty r said...

Hey I'm here..Zoey sent me! lol What a cute giveaway package.

Sue Cahill said...

How fantastic!! Your talent really shines through in those handsome guys.

And how very generous to share with us.

Have a very happy holidays.

Sue Cahill (sbonetsue at yahoo dot com)

Sharon said...

KnittyWhit sent her mom here....love your website. I've admired your handiwork since I began working on my Noah's Ark quilt.

Love the santas!
Sharon

Sarah said...

What darling Santa figures you create! Yes, yes, yes I'd be thrilled to have a chance at having one of these grace my table on Christmas. What a thoughtful and generous gift!
Hope you and your family are enjoying the holidays.
Best wishes....Sarah
PS I came over from Zoey's.

cindy rangel said...

What a wonderful gift it would be to see it next to my tree.
cindy rangel
crangellaw@yahoo.com

Anya said...

How wonderful! Zoey sent me...

Thanks for the chance.

Rural Revival said...

Very cute Patti! I know my mom would love the one with a quilt!!

SewCalGal said...

Very cute. I'm quite impressed you made these beautiful Santas. I'd love to win one.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

Hey I have fudge with walnuts in my freezer, I wrapped it with foil and then vacuum sealed it- two weeks ago.
I'm anxious to see how if it taste as good as when I put it in. If I give you my fudge does that mean you'll visit us? You'd have to hurry the fudge doesn't last long here:)
Hey, the Santa's are adorable. Enjoy the weekend.

StitchinByTheLake said...

He's a doll and would be perfect on my table - in fact, I'm sure he's caling my name. :) And of course Moda is my very favorite! blessings, marlene

Fiesta said...

Patti your giveaway is beautiful. My friend Zoey sent me and I am glad she did. Thank you for the opportunity

free indeed said...

As always, wonderful giveaway! People will be bribing you something awful I'm sure! I just made some snowball tea cookies...interested???? oh, and Sew Cal Gal sent me!

Anonymous said...

posted on the wrong site at first! Love the paper mache Santa.

Cheri in NY
schweener@earthlink.net

Michigoose said...

I love your Santas! How clever...I'm going to try to whip up a batch of oreo fudge for my daughter. That's her favorite kind!

Betsy said...

CUTE CUTE CUTE!!! Did you make this yourself?!?!?! I LOVE IT!

Becky said...

I wanna win...I wanna win...I wanna win. So cute! I don't have any fudge with walnuts...but I do have homemade milk chocolte fudge. Great Gramma's recipe...and I stirred it myself for the whole 15 min required.

Carolina said...

The Santas are so cute. Glad you got snow today. I'm still hoping.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a very sweet giveaway. Thanks for entering me :-) Merry Christmas!

Flat Creek Farm said...

You've been holding out on me, Patti! I don't think I knew you made these adorable paper mache Santas?? Wow, those are too cute!! And the quilting goodies are fab too. I'd bribe you with some fudge with walnuts, but I don't have a thing baked yet (I'm working on earning a big "L" in the Christmas dept this year... lol. Ask my Blacksmith -- there may be coal in my stocking!) How exciting ~ these items are just perfect :) -Tammy

cdziuba said...

Too cute! Merry Christmas, hope I win. cdziuba@aol.com

Debbie said...

Wonderful Santa...he is so cute. Zoey from Perennial Passion sent me over.

arlette said...

They're adorable, but I don't think I can participate because I'm not in the country :(

Doina said...

Great giveaway! Thank you for the opportunity!

LittleEagle said...

These are absolutely adorable. I would love to add them to my holiday decorations.

Julie said...

Those are so cool. Your co-worker Julie.

Dandy said...

You made those?! They are sooo awesome!

AND I will totally make you fudge with walnuts AND now I want to eat a jelly roll.

Anonymous said...

Those are absolutely beautiful! You are such a talented person - my friend. - Lorie

wendy said...

the St. Nicks guys are too cute!!

madamerkf at aol dot com

SheilaC said...

I would love to win one of your adorable Santas!!
And I will be making a fresh batch of fudge tomorrow!!

Merry Christmas!

SheilaC

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