Monday, July 6, 2009

MorE ProJEcTS FiNiShed....

More projects finished and shipped out.....

Colonial Candleholder.........

Personalized Pillow....

Lots of pillows....



Folk Art Flower Wreath...


Wood Sconce, Scatter Hearts, Homespun Cat, Whale Tail Shelf

Mini Rag Balls...

Bowl Fillers....

Prim Wood Watermelon...
Grungy Prairie Dress.....

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That's about it for today. Oh, I almost forgot. How do you guys choose the winner for your giveaways? I do mine on a daily basis. Each time someone sends me an email or leaves a comment, I immediately write down their name and drop it in a huge jar. At the end of the month, I have someone in my household pick a name or two depending on the month (sometimes I have two drawings).....is there a better/easier way that y'all have found????

Thanks bunches to all that keep commenting!! It's so nice to see so many folks that stop by!

Hugs,

Shari

6 comments:

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

What about random.com? Some use it and I was thinking about doing it when I have a giveaway.
Rondell

Jessica @ Colorado Crafter said...

You sure have been busy and I just love all the items you have been posting about.

I used random.org when I had 50+ entrants, otherwise I just do the paper in a bowl way.

Janene said...

Everything looks fantastic...but I have to say my favorite is that whale tail shelf!
What you are doing is a good way to do it.
When I did mine, I had the girls pick a number between one and how ever many entrants I had. Then I counted down on the list of entrants to that number...I took the lazy way out because I couldn't find random number counter.

Crystal said...

Love those watermelons!! My kitchen is decorated in that. :)

Michele said...

Hi Shari! I was so excited to see a picture of the pillow you made for me on your blog!!! I want to tell you that I just love it (and so does my husband)!! You did a wonderful job and the heart you enclosed was such a nice and thoughtful touch! Thank you so very much - I am soooo pleased!!!

Michele

Gen said...

everything looks great!