Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Fourth of July Giveaway

The Fourth of July is coming up and to help celebrate it, I've decided to have another giveaway. My mother's birthday was July 3rd and I would like to dedicate this to her memory. Since this is the American flag, let us just have someone from the states win this. The inside has a piece of wool on the lid to hold your needles and the inside bottom is lined with red velveteen. Sorry but the scissors are not included with the giveaway.....they are part of my collection. So if you are interested, put your name on this post and I will pick a winner Saturday night. Good luck.
As always, Barbara

11 comments:

Carolyn said...

Well now, that is just adorable! I MUST enter. Yes, I must. LOL Gosh, I just love how your signature bows always put the finishing touch on your beautifully stitched pieces. Hugs!

Mama Joan said...

Great little giveaway. Sign me up please.

~*Shar*~ said...

Very cute; Please enter me in your drawing; I would love to have this in my home. :)
Hugs, Shar

Redrodi56 said...

What's not to love about the American flag??? As always Barbara your finishing work is unique and special - sign me up please ;-)

Kathy said...

What a beautiful tin finish. And a perfect reason to hold a giveaway.

I would love to be included in the giveaway. And honored to be the winner. :)

D@isy said...

Hello,
Nice drawing that you make, I would like to participate, is a beautiful reminder of your country, I'm from Venenzuela ..

kiss

Simple Pleasure said...

I would be honored to be entered in your giveaway...what a beautiful creation!
Busy Hands...Happy Heart
Patricia

CalamityJr said...

What a beautiful finish for a special design. Please include me!

Mary Jane
calamityjr@sbcglobal.net

Rae Ann said...

I just love it. I've been wanting to try and make one myself, but haven't figured out how to make a chart smaller, small enough to fit on the top of a tin. Please include me in your give a way.

Hillery said...

I would love to be entered in the giveaway. What a beautiful job. I love it.

Carol said...

Your little tin is so patriotic looking, Barbara! I'd love to have a chance at it--thanks so much :)