Sunday, March 13, 2011

Week 2 winner and another giveaway!



And we begin with a drum roll as the piece of paper is drawn .........
and the piece of paper reads........

JENXO!

Congratulations Jen, you have won the birds and the fish!!  LOL
Let me have your snail mail address and I'll pop your winnings in the mail to you.


Now for the exciting part.
The gift that's up for grabs for week 3 is a little something I made.





Using a wee snippet of tape and a very old spoon,

here's your very own art spoon.
All you have to do is leave a comment during the week. At the end of the week
I will draw a name from them all to find a winner!
It's that easy!

Good luck!
Carole :)

15 comments:

Jenxo said...

woohoo thanks Carole, how loverly!!!!

artymess said...

cool giveaway .........x

Sharon said...

Congratulations Jenxo...what a lovely gift. Would love to win one myself. Carole your art is wonderful.

Suztats said...

Neat Art Spoon!

ShabbyChicShaz said...

I just adore your spoon, would love to win it :) thanks for the chance lass

Jackie Nobles said...

Great spoon. I would love love to win it.

gill said...

Great spoon!
Count me in please!

Magpie's Mumblings said...

I've been searching for old spoons at the local thrift store and of course the minute I want something they are not to be had. I think a lot of people are making them into wind chimes. Your idea is so pretty!

Quiltdivajulie said...

Your spoon is amazing and wonderful. I would treasure it! (and I've managed to lose the link to the journal class blog ... silly me ~ could you send it to me again?)

Marlynn said...

The spoon is adorable! As one said above, you are is wonderful! Would love to be included in your giveaway drawing.

LindaSchiffer said...

I love seeing your work! What a delight to be able to own some

:) Linda

Penny said...

What a fun giveaway.

Desi said...

ohhh love it!!!! I have been collecting spoons but yet to make any, but I will :) Also what did you sue for the necklace part? I love it.

Dotti said...

Love the spoon...do I detect a Kelli Nina Perkins technique?

Lottie said...

This is absolutely gorgeous - a heirloom for the future for sure