February 11, 2010

Valentine's Day Giveaway





I am updating my lists and would love to add yours. Simply leave a comment on this blog regarding Valentine's Day and you will be entered in the Valentine's Day Giveaway.
I will announce random winner on 14th.

10 comments:

No Easy Beads said...

Beverly Herman is my name.
Ask me again I will tell you the same.

Seriously I love your designs!
Thanks you for being a bead cruise
sponsor!!

Pearl and Pebble said...

What a yummy valentine give-away! This is as fun as when I was little-well younger- and decorated "the box" in anticipation of those little valentine cards. Always hoping that Bobby gave me the pretty one. Glad I didn't end up with Bobby.

Jean Hutter said...

Love you work and would love to be in the running. I will keep my fingers crossed. About Valentines day - flowers or candy - how about both!

Shirley Cook - Jumping Jack Glass said...

I just accidentally tripped over your blog and got caught up here and in your shop. I love your work! I'd be thrilled if I were to win a piece of yours in your giveaway.

Valentine's day makes me think of the bright red satin skirt my mom made for me when I was a little kidling (somewhere around 7 years old). She didn't use commercial patterns - she made up her own. She put a pocket on it that was a red satin heart edged in white lace. I wore it to school on Valentine's day and was proud as a peacock!

Joan Tucker said...

Thanks to all of you so far; hope to hear more about Valentine memories and thoughts before Sunday.

JT

TerriK said...

Joan - what gorgeous beads! I would love to win one.

Turning the tables, I bought chocolates for my boys for this Valentine's Day. (I'm usually the one who gets the gifts.)

Adventures with Millie Making Jewelry said...

Very pretty work! As for our Valentines we exchanged concert tickets for Eric Clapton this year and will be on the road on the 14th...so our celebration will be postponed but isn't the anticipation of a special night part of the fun!

Alice said...

As a kid, I loved decorating a shoe box for Valentine's Day, then would fret that no one would put anything in it. As an adult, I'm finding that I must learn to love myself in order to love anyone else.

The beads are gorgeous--great color! I like the first one the best.

Happy Valentine's Day!!!!!

Andrew Thornton said...

Happy Lupercalia!

VanBeads said...

Your work is beautiful! I would love it if you could add my beadwork blog to your list:
http://beadwork.about.com/b/

Happy Valentine's Day!