|Taken Spring, 2010 ... a |
crocus, the harbinger of
warmer weather to come.
I really caught the "fever" now and it has nothing to do with Spring! It has everything to do with trying to improve my blog and ideas and crafts, to learn and teach, create and inspire.
What a fabulous lot of comments, and I've read and cherished every one. Thankfully, I did not have to pick a blog candy winner based on the comments, as they were all terrific. I let "Randy" at Random.Org draw the number and it landed on:
"Both of your projects are so nice. The pearls on the floral ball look wonderful. I would also like to be entered in the chance to win the Fairy cut license."
Now here is the wonderful, fateful thing that happened when I e-mailed Chris to let her know she won: I discovered that Chris is a local scrapper ... she lives less than 30 miles from my home, in the same (Bucks) county as I reside ... we've never met, and hope to sometime soon. Gosh, it will be nice to have someone with whom to share glue and paper war stories!
The winner of the Fairy Cut software license will be announced this Friday (Fairy Cut Friday), after the name is drawn by William at http://www.fairycut.com/. Thank you to this manufacturer who generously donates one license per month (!!) to a CardMonkey follower. If you're not the winner of the license announced on Friday (the February license, extended to include blog hoppers on March 1), be sure to comment on every Fairy Cut Friday post you see for chances to win that month's prize. That's right -- you can have up to four chances per month to win that month's prize.
|I couldn't resist posting|
this picture of 12-wk old
Charlotte Grace (aka
See you back on Thursday ... and stop back on Friday for a Fairy Cut project.
How wonderful that you've found a new crafting friend! I love when things like that happen!
I need to get over to that site and check out Cricut Fairy. I had never heard of it until I signed up to win on your blog the other day. I'm just learning SCAL and would like to compare the differences.
I don't know why I just called it "Cricut Fairy"....maybe because I'm wishing for a Cricut Fairy that will grant my every Cricut wish!!??!!? lol I meant...Fairy Cut!
Congrats to the winner!
By "Bucks County" did you mean PA?? My husband grew up in Chalfont, and we lived there for 10 years. BEAUTIFUL area!!
Yes Debbi, It is Bucks County,PA. I live in Levittown with my husband and daughter Emily. I am excited that there is someone local who will be such an inspiration.
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