Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Day 5 of the 12 Days of Christmas Give Away!!!

I couldn't believe it when I checked my mailbox!  A package from Paulette!  I am not sure if she had special paper or if every package sent out of Canada is wrapped in this special paper...but, it was so festive I waited until HH came home to open it...just to enjoy the package.  Everyone who knows me will tell you I have a hard time taking apart my jelly rolls, charm packs, kits....I like to just savor them.


The card that was enclosed was so cute that I am going to make it into a wall hanging.  I won't have a problem with the buttons since I bought 4 jars full at Holly Hills! LOL


In the package was this beautiful tin.  I have always wished that we had cardinals around here, they are so beautiful.


Look what was inside!!!!  A wool Christmas mouse!  She is so dang cute and looks perfect on my table.  Good thing Lori  is not around!  cute curly tail, a wreath and bow around her neck!  Thank you Paulette!!  you are so sweet!



And now, the Winner!!!!  Jenny who said, "I just received a small packet of Madrona Road Fabrics and this pattern would work up nicely! Oh! Your lovely snow..." send me your mailing address Jenny and congrats!

Today's pattern is by Debbie Busby of Wooden Spool Designs.  Just leave me a comment you are interested and be a registered follower...Enzo is waiting patiently by his dog dish to announce the winner!




Enjoy Carrie, the rest of the world does!

23 comments:

  1. Oh YEAH! Thanks Enzo for picking my name out of your dish. My dog, Cholla, thinks you're swell!

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  2. I would love to be entered to win that sweet pattern. I just picked up some measuring spoons like those nested dolls. I think ENzo needs an extra treat for helping you so much!

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  3. Count me in for another great giveaway, I'm a follower. Love the mouse and you won't have to hide the cheese.

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  4. Count me in. Looks like a great pattern.

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  5. Great for Jenny!
    yes, count me in!

    Love the tin & mouse, you could give those to me, I would not mind a bit! grins

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  6. Oh that sneaky Paulette...Isn't she just the best? See you in a few minutes!

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  7. Yup, no question that the Christmas tree card would make a great wall hanging! I love the dolls in this pattern...tried (without much success!) last night to make a similar doll as a tree ornament. Happy holidays!

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  8. what a cute pattern! my granddaughter would love for me to make the dolls...

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  9. Paulette has been a busy santa this year, isn't she sweet and so thoughtful. Those unexpected gifts lighten our mood and put a smile on our face.

    Debbie

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  10. ENZO! Pick Me!! LOL. What a fun gift for you! Darling!!

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  11. I have this pattern so don't include me in your giveaway...but I made the 3 dolls for my daughter when she was living in Europe and sent them for her birthday. I made myself the table mat...it is one of my favorite wool pieces!

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  12. I've seen several posts where Paulette has surprised her BFFs with sweet unexpected gifts.
    This is a cute pattern and with 5 grandnieces, know that would be fun to use.
    Thanks for the chance.

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    1. forgot to add - I also follow your blog

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  13. Oh my that's a super cute mouse!

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  14. Oh! I love this pattern. I hope I am the lucky winner :D

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  15. Love the mouse you received & I love the Babushka pattern. Thanks for the chance to win it. lyn.robyn.smith@gmail.com

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  16. Cute, cute pattern. Hope I win!

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  17. Love the Babushka doll pattern! Oh, SweetP! She is so talented, to say the least! Put me in the dog dish.

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  18. I love the pattern but I love the mouse too. I have collected mice since I was 8 and I still am nearly 30 years later. TOO CUTE!!!

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  19. Ire dived a sweet rat from Paulette too...isn't it the cutest and Paulette sweetest?!!!

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  20. Love the nesting dolls pattern, they look great in wool!

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  21. I had nesting dolls as a child - what a fun pattern!

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