February 21, 2010

March Give Away

A yard of my wonderful Japanese cord

Earthy textured charm


Weathered looking cabochon

Porcelain square slide

I will be gifting someone on March 1 with the above goodies.
Leave your favorite flower of spring in the Comments section.
Random drawing. JT

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10 comments:

No Easy Beads said...

My favorite flower are the Magnolias. Their sweet fragrance and beautiful blooms let me know spring has arrived in the south.

Thanks for having such a great give away!

Bev

Doreen said...

My favorite flower of spring is the crocus. I grow a couple of different kinds. They are the first bulbs to bloom in my garden.

Pearl and Pebble said...

They emerge in late spring here in Southeast MI, but there is NOTHING quite like the smell of the lilacs!!!My neighbor has a bush that grows over the fence and she insists that I cut whatever I want!MMMMMM, now I have Spring Fever for sure:)

SueBeads said...

Woo Hoo - my favorite flowers are tulips because I can't grow them in my yard - the deer eat them all! Thanks for having this giveaway!

SummersStudio said...

Deep purple iris. They are the first to bloom in my garden and the spring light makes them glow. Lovely pendants! I love that chirimen cord.

pchase said...

Ahh, tough call. Snowdrops tickle my heart because they're the very first to show their little heads. But I would say tulips really make me swoon.

Alice said...

My favorite spring flower is the tulip. I love pairing masses of red tulips with yellow for a great show. Unfortunately when we moved to the edge of town the critters love to dig up my bulbs. Haven't had tulips now for 13 years.

TesoriTrovati said...

I love all flowers. My sister is partial to tulips. I think daffodils are so dainty in their frilly dresses. But my favorite flower is more of a summer one... pansies. They have sweet faces and are so delicate. Thanks for sharing! Enjoy the day! Erin

lola said...

Lilacs are my favorite springtime flower. They're so fragrant.

Nancy said...

Is the "lily of the valley" a spring flower? If so it is my favorite. I love Hyacinths too. They both smell so wonderful.
What a great way to remind us that Spring is coming!