Wednesday, November 24, 2010

December Blog Giveaway

The Halloween Queens are having their last blog giveaway for the year 2010.
Sign up to win Suzanne Davis's (sUrPriSe deLiGht jOy) dancing star Christmas ornament which is
composed of papier mache pieces, collage papers, ink,
acrylics, and glitter. Sealed with gloss varnish for protection.
Measures approx 5 inches across and tall.


To have a chance to win Suz's fun star ornament leave a comment telling us about your most favorite ornament on your tree.
Please remember to leave us your email addy so we can contact you when you win!

20 comments:

The StarFire Witch / Bald Girl said...

My fav ornament is one that I made. Its pretty basic. Its a flat'ish bulb, pearl in colour. I got me some paint markers and Drew on some holly berries over lapping a pentacle.
Then wrote Blessed Yule.

I made it because I find it hard to find any pagan theme yule ornament. SO I got crafty :)

eccentriclrg@hotmail.com

Country Wings in Phoenix said...

Good Evening Sweet Friends...
First I would like to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. I pray that you and your families will be blessed with love, happiness and memories.

Oh I am so crossing my fingers on this giveaway. I absolutely adore this star ornament. You asked what my favorite ornament on my tree is. In 1978 my dear Momma gave each of us kids (for our families) a cloth Hallmark Santa. He has stuffing and a printed body. His little tummy has started to pop open and has torn, he can't be sewn, as the more I try, the more he falls apart. I have decided to leave him as he is. He has such character and he was given with such love. This is truly my favorite ornament on my tree. Thank you so much for asking. What a lovely idea.

Have a wonderful evening. Many hugs, Sherry

Sandra said...

Thanks for a chance to win this great ornie. I swap ornie for so many years. And even make new ones every year. ..Happy Thanksgiving and got my fingers crossed.

Now...my favorite ornie...wow that will be hard. All ornaments I see are special to me. As I know what it takes to make that perfect ornie. To get it to hang just right and sparkle in the light. The look on my grandkids face when they see the tree lite for the first time. But if I must choose one...I have two gingerbread cookies on my kitchen tree. I made them out of dough art...and they smell like cinnamon and have red checkered ribbon, and make that tree shine. I remember my grandson thought that he could eat them. Luck I was fast... or they would have a bite out of them for sure.
Memories...my favorite !

Theresa said...

My favorite ornaments (yes 2) are the little painted wreaths that my now 20 and 19 yo daughters painted for me when they were 5 and 4. They are so sweet, and I keep them out year round in my China cabinet. I always joke that I'd grab them and my dog if the house were on fire. Gosh does time fly.

Love You To The Moon And Back said...

This is such a nice ornie dancing star.. It would fit in perfect with my favorite ornament. I am very saddened and proud at the same time... My daughter was killed at age 16 in an automobile accident on her first school Homecoming dance. The driver fell to sleep or was texting behind the wheel. This has devasted me and my heart aches constantly.I have the best brother in the WORLD. Not only careing but VERY talented and creative. I am proud of him. He gave me a glass ornament which he had made and hand carved a picture of my daughter Shelbie on it. This ornament not only has hung on my tree for the last few years but remains out year round.It is my favorite and special ornament. She was a dancer and helped win several awards in her dance class for her team. The star ornie reminds me of her "a dancing star which shines the brightest among them all." Thanks for this chance to maybe win this fun ornie. Peggy
edmcaffee0382@msn.com

Nancy said...

Hello...
The most favorite ornament on my tree are actually two...the first one is one that my youngest son made when he was 8 yrs old...he is now 32!
My two sons (the oldest is 34 yrs) were at our dining room table and I gave them crafty items and we all sat making whatever came to mind. Jason, the 8yr old, made a reindeer. The 4 short cinnamon sticks were the legs...he shaped a long red chenille stem into a body head and antlers. He glued the cinnamon sticks on either side for legs, stuck a red pompom on the head for the nose, and two small googly eyes on the skinny chenille face. I can send a picture over if you wish...I have kept it wrapped in saran and every year it comes out...I haven't had to fix anything.
The second ornament is one which my little 5 yrs old (at the time..he is now 7 yrs)...it is a little bit smushed pine cone with tiny, really tiny bits of blue and green glitter stuck to a few of the "smushed" cone pieces. He put a little gluey (you can still see the glue) green chenille stem in an odd sort of shape to hang it. So cute!
Thank-you for letting us share these memories...

Love the star...Please enter my name. I would love to win.
tistheseasondesignworks@shaw.ca

Hugs, Nancy

Ken said...

My favorite ornament on my tree is a little vampire that was given to me by a friend a long time ago. He gets a prominent place every year on our christmas tree.

AlwaysInspired said...

My fave ornies on my tree are my hand made ones. From Grandma's, friends, and swap buddies.

Linda Henderson said...

My favorite ornament on my tree is one my youngest daughter made me in school. It's a bell with her picture in it and it's so heavy I have to put it in close to the trunk. It means a lot to me.

seriousreader at live dot com

Sassy Marsha said...

Oh, my, my most favorite, well they ALL are as each one is a memory of a place we've been, where my husband and I met, a gift from a friend or family member, a representation of something or someone meaningful in our lives such as our fur babies.

All the ornaments on our tree are significant of something in our lives, even the store bought red ball ones as those belonged to my husband's mother.

Their house burnt to the ground one year right a couple of weeks before Christmas. They lost everything.

Richard bought his mother boxes and boxes or red ball ornaments for their new tree in their rental. When his mother passed away, Richard took them back and every year we hang them up. They are getting old now and losing their luster but they still go up!

Merry Christmas!!

xxoo
Marsha
sassyminidolls at yahoo dot com

The Bloomin' Budds said...

My favorite ornament is a little maroon clay ball with little mirror pieces and small glass beads set into it. I got it from a sunday school teacher when I was about 8 and thought it was the most beautiful thing I had ever seen. Im 37 now and it will always grace my tree.

Jingle said...

My favorite is the PICKLE! I hide a pickle ornament in my tree every year and every year my husband teases me about it! LOL! I really love it, though. And secretly...I think he does, too! (p.s. If you don't know about the Christmas pickle you should google it! It's a fun tradition!)

JoAnne said...

Suzanne's star is wonderful! I couldn't pick a favorite ornament because they are each special in their own way and for very different reasons. My grandmothers and mothers ornaments from days gone by, ornament gifts from friends, my daughter's handmade ornaments.....
Thanks for a great giveaway. I'll post it on my blog.
Happy Holidays!

Primitive Post said...

Hello,

I am one of your newest followers and I am absolutely thrilled about this beautiful giveaway! I would love to be entered for a chance to win! My favorite ornament on my tree is this snowman snowflake ornament that I found a few years back. It has been my favorite from the moment that I saw it and still is to this day. I posted your giveaway on my blog's sidebar so that my followers can get in on the fun too! Thank you for the opportunity! I can't wait for the drawing!

Merry Christmas!
Kate

primitivepost@gmail.com

Ľubaša said...

my favorite ornament is a handmade wooden circle in which is a hole in form of an apple.:-) Sorry my english is so bad.:-) I have bought it when I was a university student and I hang it on the tree every year. Lubica
lubaska dot k at gmail dot com

Prairie Patch said...

What a beautiful star!!

My favorite ornament - actually ornaments - are simple paper cut outs that my son and I made when he was about 4 years old. I let him color with markers on paper that I had cut in various shapes. They're so cute with their toddler scrawls on them!

dragonmamma said...

My favorite(s) is a set of polymer clay dragons in different colors with butterfly wings that I got years ago on ebay, way back before etsy existed.

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

My favorite ornament is my brave heart a blown glass heart with the American flag on it for 9/11. Thanks for a chance to win the star will go great with the heart.
Prim Blessings! Robin

cottageprims said...

My favorite ornament is a snowangel with paper mache head and real feather wings.Thanks for the chance at the whimsical ornie!If I'm the lucky winner you can leave a message on my blog.I'll be watching so I'll be sure to contact you.~Amy

Becky Petitt said...

My favorite ornament is one from when I was little. I made it at school and it's so simple, just a little block with mine and my brother's photo on it.