Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Happy 50th::: Want free stuff?


More on the note of recycling......A favorite pitcher that broke in half finds new life in the garden.. A little picture of a pitcher of flowers. Pitcher Perfect.


The rain is pounding outside as I type this, it is a beautiful hard rain that soaks the earth.

Mary Mary quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells and cockle shells
And pretty maids all in a row.

I love the rain especially when thunder and lightening accompanies it. Even after the tornado that devastated our town four years ago I still get a rush from weather.

On to the free stuff:: This is my 50th post. 50 50 50 I posted 50, read in a sing song fashion please hehe. Quite an accomplishment for me as I have been at this blog for nine months. Apparently, I don't have a whole lot to say. Nonetheless, it seems a reason to celebrate. So in what has become traditional blog fashion I am going to have a little drawing. I find myself with an abundance of trim that I would like to share. Also one lucky winner will receive a piece of Holly Hobby fabric- it seemed to be the most admired of my recent score.



So here is the deal....... leave a comment (You too you lurkers... I know you are out there....eerm I hope you are?) and on Sunday the 3rd I will draw, oh not one but three (it is on the 3rd so three names seems good) lucky winners:: two will get an assortment of trim and a random piece or two of fabric, now come on it will be a good piece:: the third name will receive the Holly Hobby piece and trim as well. Just make sure you leave an e-mail addy or e-mail me directly::cre8b2ru(at)yahoo(dot) com:: who's in?. Good luck and happy commenting hehehe

22 comments:

Anina said...

Is that a Fiestaware pitcher? I have a set in that color.
I'm going to have to think of a little draw prize for my 100th post, which, at the rate I post nonsensical stuff, will be very soon!

amandajean said...

love that Holly Hobby fabric!

nice use of the broken pitcher.

Valerie said...

oh you're back online ?!! so great !!! ok I'm signing in to (try &) be a lucky winner ! ;) the fabric is really lovely !

linda t said...

Hi Natasha! I have been sooo out-of-the-loop with my sister's visit... but I am back! And just in time for your drawing! You know how much I LOVE your blog!
And WOW, you got quite the load of goodies! I am so thrilled for you... and would LOVE to win some of those goodies! Count me in!

kristin said...

holly hobby AND trim? sigh...if only.

and it took me almost a year to get to 100, so...i'd say 50 in nine months is just fine!!

Stefani, of Blue Yonder said...

Goodness, the very first day I happen over here, and there's a giveaway of the most adorable fabric like, EVER! Yep, count me in! Can't wait to peruse all 50 entries :-) Congrats!

Green Kitchen said...

I totally want the Holly Hobbie. Is that a bad thing?

breanna said...

I love that broken pitcher! I just happen to have a freshly broken one, thanks to my little guy. Now I know what to do with it. And Holly Hobby? A girl can hope, right?

Donna said...

Happy 50th Natasha. I love your garden planters, very inventive.

Wow your garage sale score was heavenly. You must have been beside yourself with excitement, well done!

Leigh Ann said...

Me, me, me! I say in a singsong voice while jumping up and down in the kitchen. Oops. I just spilled my cuppa! :)

Katie Jean said...

Happy 50th! I'll be hitting my 100th sometime soon, but it's only because I post about the same thing everyday!

at least you have variety!!

Tami said...

You have been so creative with the broken and chipped dishes. I'm glad to see you're back to posting. You've been missed.
Love the Holly Hobby fabric. I have a 17 month old little girl that I think would adore it too. (She loves anything that is made for her)
Oh yeah...email...
tlb81003 (at) normalonline (dot) com

Felicia said...

Nice to see all the lurkers delurking! Your pitcher turned out fab :)

Roxanne said...

Congrats on your 50th post! Love the use of the broken pitcher! I bet your garden is gorgeous with all this cool stuff in it.

maggiegracecreates said...

hey girlie - i am loving the pitcher too and the thrifty finds - please add me to the drawing too.
teresahome@juno.com

andsewtosleep said...

For a minute I thought you meant it was YOUR 50th. Of course you can't possibly be... you just don't sound it. Anyway Happy 50th to you and your blog. Love those rugs (one clever man you have there). Mary

Colleen said...

Hi Natasha! I just celebrated my 50th post, too. So that gives me a better chance of winning some trim, right?!

Jenn Maruska said...

Hello! What a fun celebration for your 50th post : )

Sonja said...

Ohhh, I want to win free stuff!
I love your pitcher idea. It almost ALMOST makes me want to break one of my (many) pitchers. Almost. ;)

Erin said...

First time poster!! Resident lurker! My super cool sister had a Holly Hobby room... ahh the memories. Congratulations on your 50th.

Angelina said...

I love the trick with the pitcher. But what if one uses all of ones broken dishes and shoes in such a way, is it possible that a garden could start to look like a land fill with flowers? Can it be artfully done indefinitely?

Violette Crumble said...

Congratulations! Thanks for posting on my blog, now I have a new one to read. Anything having to do with rickrack and ribbons has me hooked.

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