Sunday, December 4, 2011

Second Advent Sunday Give Away!



First, let's see who is the winner of last week's give away: 

The winning number is 15
Martina who said:

"Tolle Idee, da mach ich doch gerne mit! Wuensch dir von Herzen einen schoenen 1.Advent!"

 Congratulations Martina, you'll find an email from me in your inbox!

This week we have this Christmas Candy Rolie Polie by Riley Blake up for grabs.

You know the spiel; leave a message before next Sunday! Make sure I have a way to contact you in case you win. 

Before I leave, have a look at what I've been doing this week. I've been seriously sidetracked once again by something I've seen on Sarah's blog 



Now it's back to my Christmas card writing and baking Christmas cookies.
Enjoy your Sunday
Vreni

44 comments:

Marg said...

i love your versions of those gorgeous paper flowers. I saw the tutorial on Sarah's blog but haven't had time to try them. Love the aqua.
The Christmas Candy rolie polie has my favourite Christmas colours in it, what a lovely give away. Thank you.

Rossana said...

Those paper flowers are a great decoration!
Good weekend!

Happy-Sonne said...

Liebe Vreni
Wow... Deine Papierblumen sehen wirklich super aus. Eine ganz tolle Idee!
Einen schönen 2. Adventssonntag wünscht Dir Yvonne

karamino said...

Great flowers, I like the colours! Thank you for sharing!

Hilde said...

Wow, you are always doing great projects! Love this one too. It's that paper thing that attracts us, isn't it??

great give away you have again. XH

gill said...

Congratulations Martina!
I love the flowers! I'm off to follow the link!
Thanks for another great giveaway!

Shirley said...

Hi Vreni,
I saw the flowers too on Sarah's blog and they do look great so I really will have to give this a go. Love your colour combination.

LintLady said...

Hallo Vreni,
die Blumen machen sich ja prima. mal sehen, ob sie am Weihnachtsbaum landen?
Schönen 2. Advent und LG Doris

conny's quilts said...

Loveley paper flowers you made and nice of you to organize a give away.

Lisa Marie said...

Love the Riley Blake fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win. Now I'm off to make some of those origami flowers! So cool. Thanks for the inspiration.

Marika said...

Wow ! I love those paper flowers !

Thnaks for the giveaway !!

deserae said...

I love those ornaments! Amazing!

╰☆╮ Barb ╰☆╮ said...

I just bought a flower like those on Etsy as a gift. And now I see them here. Eerie.

Diane H said...

Thanks for a chance. Wow, I'm off to check out the flower tutorial - yours look amazing.

Flo @ Butterfly Quilting said...

Those ornaments are so great...must go check out that blog too!!
thanks for another give away.

Heather said...

Thanks for the chance to win those fun fabrics. I need to check out those flowers too, yours are wonderful.

Sunnybec said...

Oh those flowers look real good, been and had a look how to make them and they look fairly easy. Thanks for the giveaway.

Vickie said...

The flowers are lovely! :) hehehe I made those when I was young. What goes around comes around. :) Made my springerle with my grandma's recipe. Now, I am going to make some that are not anise flavored, as one of our dear girls does not like anise. I am thinking lemon....Hugs!

Julimond said...

Wow, was für ein schönes Giveaway.
Ich stelle mich mal in die Schlange ;-))
Und das Origami, das sieht ja irre schön aus. Hab mir das mal genau angeschaut, ich glaube, sowas kriege ich auch hin.
Danke für den Link zum Tutorial und einen schönen 2.ten Advent...obwohl, du bist bestimmt schon in der Heia.
lg
Iris

Chiska said...

You get distracted by the best things! Those are wonderful too.

Helen in Switzerland said...

hello Vreni,
wow! The flowers are so cute!!!
Thanks for giving me the chance to win again...fingers crossed, it's lovely fabric!!
Happy second Advent!
helen

Kathie said...

OH I saw those on Sarah's blog too! I want to try them, yours are beautiful too!
Thanks for a wonderful giveaway , I love making scrappy quilts that are bright and happy to donate, would love a chance to work with these fabrics and make a quilt for charity,
thanks
Kathie

Jenny said...

thanks for another chance this week! my daughter is getting a sewing machine for Christmas, and I sure like the idea of pre-cut fabrics for her...somehow 6 year + rotary cutter = scared mom!!

yorkie mom said...

I love, love, love the flowers! What a great project! Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway!

Catskill Quilter said...

Love the flowers! What a great idea!

Marcia W. said...

Thanks for another advent Sunday giveaway to celebrate this wonderful event of Christmas. The flowers are very cute as is the Christmas Candy rolie polie. It has lovely Christmas colors.

ally said...

Love the flowers - and the give away
Off to read more of your lovely blog

Anita said...

I saw that tutorial! You're amazing...I was thinking it looked a bit challenging...here you popped off a bunch of them!

Hope you have a great week!

Silvia said...

What a lovely appear flowers Vreni!!!. I should like to participate in the second advent give away...I think this time will be for me...ja, ja, ja,....Have a nice week.
Hugs

Patchwork and Play said...

The flowers are great! You are SO clever! I'm still thinking about making these!

barcord said...

Love your flowers. I'm just back from a weekend shopping in Glasgow, and not quite with it yet, but I spied that lovely roll of fabric you are giving away. Congratulations to Martina. We have just had our first skiff of snow. Christmas is a comin.

Michell said...

The paper flowers are gorgeous

Sylke said...

Tolle Papierblumen hast du gemacht! Ich mache gerne bei deinem Give-away mit.

Ich wünsche dir noch eine schöne Woche :)

James-Linda said...

LOVE THE FLOWERS!
THANKS FOR A SWEET GIVEAWAY!
MERRY CHRISTMAS!

Thimbleanna said...

Happy Belated Second Sunday of Advent (that's a mouthful!) Vreni! What a nice giveaway too!

Tanya said...

nice giveaway, thanks Vreni. Hmm, Christmas card writing, I should get onto that!

Martina said...

Vreni, you must be Santa's helper with all the wonderful things you make. Do you ever sleep?
I love the Riley Blake fabric; I've just used their "Delicious" fabric . It's so fresh and modern.
Wuensche Dir einen besinnlichen Advent
Martina in Singapore

Martina said...

Hey, was für tolle Blumen! So schön! Und vielen Dank nochmals!!

barb's creations said...

Love the aqua colour of the flowers :) Barb.

Conny's Cottage said...

Wooow very very lovly flowers.I like it

Conny

Wendy said...

I love your flower decorations! they're so sweet!

Janet said...

Your flowers look gorgeous, I thought it was a graland and you ewere going to put fairy lights in the middle. Love it, I'm going to look for an old book. Love the header a lot by the way.

A Spoonful Of Sugar said...

Your flower decorations are amazing! They look so effective.

Deb Spofford said...

Hey Friend!, I just found your blog. It is really fun to see all your projects. I love the little candy draw string bags. I just might try making a few for Christmas.

Have a great holiday! Deb Spofford