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Pocket full of posies giveaway

GiveawayOk, as long as I am laying around today without moving my arms too much, I’m going to take advantage of it and do computerey things.  Like post this giveaway.

Up for grabs today is the Spring 2007 issue of Adorn magazine and ten polymer clay posy prototypes as seen in these past blog posts.

Most of these posies have a pin/brooch mechanism on the back, but there are a few that have nothing, and you’ll have to figure out how to use them.

I subscribed to Adorn recently, and the subscription began with the Spring 2007 issue – an issue I had unfortunately already purchased at the newsstand several weeks earlier.  So I have two copies.  I thought the flowers on the cover tied in nicely with my experimental clay flowers, so I’m bundling them together and will send them to one lucky contestant.  To win, simply leave a comment and tell me what your most recent art or craft project has been.  If you have links to a related blog entry or flickr photo, all the better!  I will again call on my evil henchmen to select a winning entry at random sometime later in the week.

Good luck, and I look forward to seeing what you’re all working on!


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15 thoughts on “Pocket full of posies giveaway

  1. My most recent project was to sprinkle my entire house with little polymer clay notepads —

    Now that the notepads are in place, hopefully I’ll be more organized & tackle the crafts I need to be doing — like getting an order of my own out the door, & making birthday cards & gifts for 2 family members (don’t tell them I haven’t started yet!) 🙂

  2. I don’t think I qualify for the give-away as I’ve already received three of the beauties!!! I’ve already had many compliments when I wore it as a necklace. Thanks again Lisa!!!

  3. Angela, I think it’s great that you made a notepad to match the bricks in your kitchen – I wouldn’t be able to stop there. Suddenly, there’d be “brick” salt and pepper shakers, fridge magnets shaped like little chunks of brick, a brick napkin holder… Heh.

    Karyn, I’m glad you’ve been enjoying the ones I sent you! I’m using the small change purse you sent me to hold gift cards (I like to save the cards I get for birthdays & Christmas, and use them on a rainy day, so I needed someplace to keep them together).

    Penny, sure the cards count! I love the butterfly card especially.

  4. I hadn’t considered *any* of those options, Lisa — and my salt & pepper shakers are uncovered. Oh, dear… tonight may be busy!

    Hope you get to feeling better — all the best!

  5. My most recent projects have involved weaving on looms. I am new to weaving, so each time I warp the loom, its a new adventure!

    I found your site from your comment on CraftSanity Podcast’s blog! I just love listening to craft related podcasts while being crafty!

    Your website and work is beautiful!

  6. Oh I do hope you back is feeling a little better, I can totally understand as from a car accident from a couple of years ago i splintered my spine and every so often If i over do it by lets saying hanging the washing out LOL it goes.

    Wow I so want this issue of Adorn another dear blog friend in the US sent the last one to me as they wont send it to the UK and I loved it, and your poly work is such an inspiration to me, I can’t seem to get the hang of it.

    I have set myself a 30 day challenge as from yesterday so if you look at my blog you can see what I have been up too.


  7. RiverCity, loom weaving? How neat! I’ve never known anyone who does that before. I poked around your blog a bit – very interesting. Thanks for the complement!

    Kara, I am feeling better today – still sore, but not really debilitated. I think you have a good idea with your approach to etsy. I look forward to seeing how it goes for you!

  8. […] and don’t forget, the Posy Giveaway is still going […]

  9. I made three complete sets of Runes this weekend. It was the first time I added inclusions to my clay. They came out very nice. I also made 2 small bowls!

  10. Welcome, Geri. The runes sound interesting. What type of inclusions did you use? My only inclusion experiences have been with embossing powder.

  11. […] decided that tomorrow will be the drawing for the Pocket Full of Posies Giveaway. I also decided to add another magazine to the pot. I was sent a sample issue of Cloth Paper […]

  12. Ooooh, Cloth Paper Scissors, I’d love to see that one! Fingers crossed…

  13. I thought of you, Penny, as I was flipping through that magazine.

  14. […] Pocket Full of Posies Giveaway has come to an end.  This time it was the biggest of the three evil henchmen who chose the winner, […]

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