Wednesday, October 29, 2008

I've been BOO'ed and a Giveaway




Cheryl at Tidy Mom has BOO'ed me!


If I've sent you here, go to as many friends as you want and tell them that they've been "BOO!-ed". They should link back to your blog, pick up the cool Halloween pic, and BOO! their friends. Then put the pic in your sidebar so that everyone knows you've already been "BOO-ed" and to share the pic with someone else.

If you have not been BOO'ed, please grab this!


Angie at Simple Thyme Primitives is have a birthday giveaway!
Make you pop on over and wish her a GREAT BIRTHDAY!!

5 comments:

simple~needs said...

jenn, thanks for the comment on my blog.. i got a question... what kind of round brush should i try to find?? can you tell i am beauty cluelss?? lol

basketsnprims said...

Hi, Jenn! I love your flashing little snowmen ~ so cute. I'm going to start on my winter decorating this weekend. We still have snow here. Have a great evening.

Pam

Shari Kraft said...

Isn't it fun when you figure out that people have the same interests as you!

As for the nose...First..I mark two lines where I want her nose. I just use a long needle, come in from the back of her head (no knot, just leave the thread hanging like a little tail) I start at the bottom and go in one side of the line then out the other side, pinching the two lines together. Do this a couple times to secure the thread. Then I just work my way up pinching and stitching back and forth under the fabric between the two lines. I bet this makes NO sense to you at all. Let me know.

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

That giveaway that Angie is having is so neat!
Rondell

basketsnprims said...

Hi, Jenn! Check out the free epatterns if you are afraid to buy some, but I wouldn't worry because you are doing great. I learned to sew a long time ago, but got into cross stitch, basketweaving & didn't sew for years. Then I started checking out all the prim sites & got my machine back out last year & just started buying patterns. One good tip is to use hemostats for turning small parts & stuffing small parts. If your husband fishes he may have some hemostats but you can pick them up at sports shops for a buck or two. I have a stuffing tool, but you can also use the eraser on a pencil, or any small object. If you are ever stuck on something, email me. You can even call me. If you want I'll send you my #
Good luck & keep up the good work.
Pam