I thought with Christmas on the way it would be so nice to have a little giveaway again.
I just actually finished wrapping my last giveaway gifts from my "Christmas To Come" giveaway and they will be in the mail to the lucky winner Pat in the next day or so.
But like I said, it is time for a little new giveaway right now and all you have to do is just enter your name to this post.
... 'Music Sheet Poinsettias'.
So if you would like to find out how to make my poinsettias, just leave me a comment and come back next Sunday, Dec. 7th ~ lets say some time around noon ET and find out if you were one of the three winners.
I hope you are well my dear friends and life is treating you kind.
Have a peaceful and creative day.
I love your Music Sheet Poinsettias Karen!ReplyDelete
XXX Marianne Wijnker
Ooh yes please Karen. It's lovely.ReplyDelete
Your Poinsettia is beautiful Karen.ReplyDelete
Your flower is stunning, Karen, so very beautiful, and I would love to find out how to create it.ReplyDelete
Hugs from cold Denmark, and Dorthe
What a beauty! Erika HatcherReplyDelete
It is beautiful. I have the paper ready!!! M J HarveyReplyDelete
these are beautiful. I would love to have the tutorialReplyDelete
What a great idea, Karen!ReplyDelete
I have been the lucky winner of your gift last year and the nice little pincushion shoe is standing on my craft table every day :-)!
Oh yes those are beautiful, I would like that tutorial too. Di@cottage-wishesReplyDelete
How nice! I would love to make some of these and I actually think I have some music paper in my stash (somewhere!!).ReplyDelete
Love the poinsettia.......thanks for the chance to win!ReplyDelete
Those look like fun to make! I would love to winReplyDelete
Would love to win this pattern for the poinsettia. Nancy P.ReplyDelete
Hi Karen you are so generous. Thank you for sharing your wonderful ideas with us. Blessings and smiles, EmilouReplyDelete
Thank you for the perfect gift. I didn't see, for a long time, something as beautiful as your Music Sheet Poinsettias. I would be veeeery happy to learn how to make them...Thank you once more for that opportunity. I wish you all the best in 2015.ReplyDelete
What a lovely decoration, it has a nice romantic touch too. Count me in . MaryReplyDelete
How beautiful! This would be such a wonderful place setting decoration for the holidays! Be especially blessed, KHReplyDelete
I would absolutely be HONORED to win something from you. You know, I look up to you and all of your work. Thank you for this chance. I appreciate you.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful giveaway! The music sheets add such an old world charm to the flower. Have a happy day - HeidiReplyDelete
I only recently ran across your blog, and I'm enchanted! I had a Todolwen marathon and read every entry in your archives over the space of about 3 days. I now consider myself to be an official member of the Todolwen Fan Club, and I'd love to receive a copy of your tutorial.ReplyDelete
WOW!! I love your poinsettia!! Simply gorgeous! Love ya' Patricia BReplyDelete
Thanks for the giveaway. Love your blog and tutorials.ReplyDelete
These show an understated beauty that I just love!ReplyDelete
What an elegant vintage looking poinsettia. Love it!ReplyDelete
How beautiful! It seems sheet music is the perfect art medium for just about everything. Warm Hugs,ReplyDelete
i love it!! a kiss from Italy!!!ReplyDelete
This is just stunning! Thanks for a chance to win the tutorial.ReplyDelete
Your blog is wonderful!
How lovely and sooooo wonderful-I really enjoy evry time I come to visit Your blog...Have a wonderful ChristmasTime <3 InesReplyDelete
I'd love to learn how to make these, they are so gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Beautiful, would love to learn how to make themReplyDelete
Oh, such vintage loveliness! I would love to know your secret for creating these.ReplyDelete
Oh how beautiful! would love to know how you made them!ReplyDelete
Love everything you make! Merry Christmas!!
A lovely giveaway, I hope I win!ReplyDelete
The poinsettias are lovely. I would love to learn how to make these. Thank you for a chance to win.ReplyDelete
Oh, my goodness ... these are the most gorgeous paper poinsettias I have ever seen!!! Poinsettias are one of my favorite Christmas- and Holiday-season (and birthday) plants (my b-day is December 20). As a vocalist with a degree in music, I would love to have this tutorial to make these with some old, tattered, "antique" sheet music that I have just sitting in the attic with nothing to do -- they would make a lovely addition to my holiday decorating schemes. My best friend is a pianist, and these made in various sizes would be fabulous presentations on top of her Christmas packages instead of bows. Thank you for giving the opportunity to win the tutorial. (Oh, and ... my other favorite Christmas-season plant? Holly!!! Hint, hint, hint!!! If you take suggestions, I would love to see some holly "sprays" added to your array of tutorials, please! Thanks again, and Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
I would LOVE to know how to make the poinsettias - if I'm not a winner will you consider selling the tutorial for those of tge rest of us PRETTY PLEASE??!!ReplyDelete
These are just so lovely, Karen. Thanks for the chance to win the tutorial. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
This is just gorgeous this pointsettia and it is so kind of you Karen to give us a chance of find out how your created this. I might just get lucky.ReplyDelete
Hugs from wet and warm downunder,
Love your lovely Pointsettias. Thanks for the chance to learn how to make them!ReplyDelete
Your poinsettias are juste beautiful. Hope I am the lucky winner !!! Thank you for this give away.ReplyDelete
Have a nice day
Hope it's not too late...I love your creations...this one is gorgeous....I already purchased two others of yours...this would be a fantastic little gift to myself...and then others after I make them.... Thank you so much!ReplyDelete
I'll sing all the time I'm making this beautiful poinsettia! Thanks for the opportunity!!ReplyDelete
Lovely flowers! I would love to make them. Thanks for the chance.ReplyDelete
Stunning! I really hope I win.ReplyDelete
So pretty I love your workReplyDelete
Your blog and posts make me smile. everything is just my stile!ReplyDelete
Just amazing! I love your blog so much, Happy Holidays!!!! xxReplyDelete