Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Book / Journal Giveaway...

Folksy Flower Punch Needle On Journal by ThreeSheepStudio.com

This sweet little book only
measures 6.5 in. x 4.25 in. 
but it is perfect for keeping your secrets...



Folksy Flower Punch Needle On Journal by ThreeSheepStudio.com

A folksy flower in variegated Valdani Perle Cotton
has been punched and placed on the front cover.



Folksy Flower Punch Needle On Journal by ThreeSheepStudio.com

Inside are hundreds (?) of 
creamy white, heavy weight pages
to collect your doodles or thoughts.
Perfect for 2016, no ??

If you would like a chance to win this gem
of a book / journal, leave a comment on this post,
telling me one of your New Years resolutions...
Check back here, on January 1, to see if you won.
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(This Giveaway is now closed.
Winner has been notified.)




These sweet Hens and Chicks / Cats and Kittens, 
are making me very happy today.
I thought I had lost this succulent
and then from nowhere, (and a little patience),
babies sprung up !

Enjoy your day !
Rose


26 comments:

  1. The wee book is delightful! One of my resolutions is to finally start to do water color journaling. I've thought about it for years and now entering my 62nd year soon, I think it is time to get those brushes, pencils and paints out and just start. I do have a "quotes/poems/thoughts book that I started years ago and when something really special comes along I take my time to print nicely (it's a challenge, I assure you) and save for my grand daughter to read someday. I hope you have a simply wonderful New Year. I love reading your posts.

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  3. Hi, My name is Dee and I am a new follower to your lovely blog. I have been admiring your creativity and craftsmanship. I am not sure I qualify for the drawing but I would love to win your journal. I have been away from my own blog because of illness. My New Years resolution is to return to my blog the the first week in January. I feel inspiration from your blog to also return to my needle punch and rug hooking although that is not what I blog about. Happy New Year!!! Dee

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  4. Ohh you know I am a journal "junky" lol--love this!! One of my Resolutions is to have salad at either lunch or dinner as a meal--trying to hold down that weight...I have begun a new Art Journal and I love this one you've so generouly offered--the size makes it great for a take-a-long...hugs, Julierose

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  5. Rose....that little flower is so lovely! My resolution this year is to make time every day for some stitching! I realize I'm a much happier and kinder person when I've spent time stitching, and feeling like I've accomplished something. Of course, that means I need to spend A LOT less time on this dang computer! I have to keep reminding myself that winning a stupid game is NOT an accomplishment! :o)

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  6. Rose, lovely flower. I don't do resolutions, but I am going to lose some weight.......again!
    Thanks for the chance to win a piece of your work.

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  7. What a great little journal! I don't usually make resolutions, but I am determined to learn how to use my sit-down quilting machine that I bought second hand a few months ago. It's just been sitting in my studio and I have SO many quilts that need to be finished. Wish me luck!

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  8. I'd love to have a chance to win the journal with the perfect stitching you always do. I already eat healthy, walk, and weight is no problem for several years now.

    But reading NFF post the other day I saw Lori's stack of journals which had sketches, words, quotes and thought that I should be more introspective and do the same. So I'd like to train myself to do the same.

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  9. keep at all the UFO's ..... get er done!!! thanks for the great giveaway

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  10. Rose,
    What a sweet journal but I'll pass entering since I just won a give away a couple weeks ago.
    My resolution this year is to make more time to enjoy what I love the most.
    Happy New Year!
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  11. I love this little journal! A few goals for the new year: healthy eating, physically moving , I am not going to say exercise but if I just move it will be an accomplishment and fasting from the Internet one day a week.

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  12. One of my biggest goals is to increase my veggie intake even more than I have been, and I want to save 4 times as much as I have been. Both are attainable, because there has been so very little of the last, and only some of the first, go me! :)

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  13. What an adorable book. I would love to win it :)

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  14. My New Year's Resolution is to "sleep less, stitch more"!!! lol! Just kidding... I'm full of coffee this morning and feeling giddy about having another 3 day weekend on the horizon! :-)
    Beautiful journal! But, please do not include my name on the drawing...
    I just wanted to say "Hi"!

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  15. beautiful work, i don't have resolutions, just a word for the year, quiet, off of that word will spawn my direction

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  16. Hi Rose, what a lovely Journal! My New Years Resolution is to be kinder to people and to treat others as I would want to be treated. I'm not a bully but sometimes I speak before I think how it might sound. I would use the Journal to chronicle my journey.

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  17. Love the Journal. Happy New Year. Nancy P.

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  18. Another sweet stitching Rose.
    I love quotes and kept a book but now on my phone in notes. Maybe I need to get back to writing.

    I must say I look forward to your getting your blog and thank you for your encouragement and giving us beautiful designs and finishing ideas.
    wishing you a Blessed New Year.

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  19. I don't usually make resolutions, but I'm going to try to get my stitching projects under control,If that's at all possible.I also want to take a quilting class to learn to quilt.
    Wishing you a Happy New Year

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  20. My new years resolution is to loose weight. Maybe this year!
    BTW thank you for your blog, love it

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  21. This year we are moving with lots of changes in our life after 38 years. I want to prep projects ~ both hand projects and piecing so that I may have a break with what I love to do.

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  22. What a beautiful journal! My resolution is to eat more veggies....does it still count if they're dipped in chocolate 😋

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  23. I love this beautiful journal!! My New Years resolution is to take more time to stitch, needle punch and rug hook!! I love your work and it's a great inspiration to me! Thanks so much for sharing.

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  24. My new year resolution is easy. I want to stitch. Sounds simple but since we moved in May I haven't been able to stitch. My husband hurt his back and needed spinal surgery. He got MRSA (a staph infection) and is still in the hospital. He had 7 surgeries and been moved from hospital to hospital 11 times. If all goes well we expect him home sometime in January but he can'st stand or walk so he is in rehab to build up his strength. It has been a very stressful year and stitching is my therapy. I need my therapy too!

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  25. What a beautiful journal! Thanks for your generous giveaway. I reach age 60 in October and my "resolution" this year is to get ready for the summer of 2017 when I plan to walk the hiking trails of Cape Cod. This calendar year of 2016 I plan to prepare by eating healthy, exercising regularly and taking little hikes around our little state of Rhode Island. This lovely journal would be just the thing to record my journey. Thanks!

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So glad to have you here visiting...
would love to hear your thoughts !
Rose