May 12, 2009

Giveaway winners and Happy belated Mother's day.

The winners are......... Angela (blog) & Mariana! Angela wrote, "That's a hard one! At first I thought Robin Egg, but I'm going with Papaya. I'm loving orange more and more." Mariana who wrote "hi! thanks for the giveaway!! I would love that fat quarter pack... it's really handy to have a few solids on hand!!" Winners, please email me your shipping address at apronstreet{at}yahoo.com.
Thank you everyone for making the giveaway so much fun for me. I loved your Coach comments. I was half tempted to blog Thursday night right after Survivor aired. It's crazy how Coach now thinks he was named the dragon slayer by fellow survivors. Rrrrrright. However, I must admit, he does make the show interesting. Without him, I wouldn't have the Dragon Slayer analogy that I use to encourage my kids to clean up their rooms. "Come on. Slay the dragon! You have to cut off it's head." Which translates to "Come on, put your dirty clothes away and pick-up your toys." What do you know, it works! Thanks Coach =)


Happy belated Mother's day to all of the amazing Mama's out there. Being a mom is truly a blessing. Although sometimes it's a blessing in disguise =)
Usually, for Mother's day, my husband will purchase flowers for his mom. However, this year my oldest son decided to make my husband look good by making the above pictured flowers and vase for my husband to give to his mom. Saturday night, he (my son) was very concerned that my husband had not yet purchased a Mother's day gift for his mom (as was I). He also worried that the flowers my husband said he was going to buy wouldn't last long. So, my son came up with an idea to make flowers for Nana, but allow his Dad to take the credit =) He gathered a bunch of twigs, drew and cut out flowers, taped the flowers to the twigs, decoupaged a Pringles container with some scrap fabric, and added scented candle wax to the back of the paper flowers for fragrance when you smell the flowers. His dad did help with the decoupaging and candle wax, but the entire concept was my son's. I took one look at it and....... well..... I got kinda teary eyed over it. Das' my boy!

Congrats again to Angela and Mariana!

Jamie

9 comments:

The Blue Ridge Gal said...

*sighs... so wish I would have one, but I do extend congratulations to the winning ladies.. It's lovely fabric!

Di
The Blue Ridge Gal

lucky knitter said...

Congrats to the winners! Those flowers are so sweet! Happy Mother's Day to you too!

Sandy Shirley said...

What a lucky Nana! Alot of thought went into that gift. Those are the gifts I love the most.

GoyaDesigns said...

Congrats to the two fortunate winners!

:)Gloria

Jacqueline said...

Congratz to the winners!! Lucky girls. :) Your son is really so sweet and thoughtful! I really like his flowers and vase! Say hiee to him for me. :D
Have a lovely merry happy day and love to you and yours! Oh and happy belated mother's day dear jamie!

Angela said...

Thanks so much for the generous giveaway! I can't wait to get my fat quarters. I emailed you my address earlier. Leave a comment on my blog if you didn't get it. Thanks again!

Ashley said...

Mom, you won!!!!!!

GoyaDesigns said...

Which of your green solids or orange solids coordinates best with your Folklore bird organge print? sorry, this is not related at all to your current blog post.

Pretty Ditty said...

Hello Gloria! Papaya works really well with the Folklore orange.