The three lucky ladies are Michelle, Anna and Earlene (email me your address girls and put BLOG WINNER in the subject line)
The colors on her website are absolutely yummy! I just HAD to order something pink! Thanks for the chance to win!
Posted by: Michelle Smith | 13 August 2008 at 06:30 PM
I love that she's a Mommy of two just like me and she's a passion for sharing her creaitvity. Of to order some trashties for Ella
Posted by: Anna Aspnes | 13 August 2008 at 07:02 AM
Oh my! That was one of the most invigorating and exciting burst of color and art I have ever seen. What an amazing ability to combine color, patterns and textures! Wow. Wow. Wow.
I love her fabric designs, her paper products, her recipes and her patterns. Everything I saw on her blog and her store site made me happy. It made me want to create as well. What talent! Thanks for sharing this site with us. I am going to bookmark it and return often.
LOVE, LOVE, LOVE everything I saw.
Posted by: Earlene | 12 August 2008 at 05:41 PM
On a side note, I am so loving the Olympics!!
They are making me exceptionally tired, but I just love watching and especially now that my kids are getting a little older and are so excited to watch and cheer. I was utterly blown away by the opening ceremonies and have just been swept up ever since in the fact that there is this uber cool, global celebration of athleticism — yes, there are issues and problems, but the fact that there is a greater good that exceeds all of that just really speaks to me. I'm also amazed at the flood of memories that I enjoy as I watch the various events — memories of watching as a child when Nadia scored her perfect ten and yes, I was even there for and Bruce Jenner and Mark Spitz — I guess what I'm saying is I'm a huge FAN! As I am training my 43 year old body to run a half marathon in October I think about these athletes and the hours they dedicate to achieving their goals and it makes me run a little faster (trust me I'm very slow) and push a little harder. It's intriguing to think about how the torch of excellence is passed from one generation to the next. I imagine Michael Phelps has looked up to Mark Spitz for years and in a way sees his own achievements and world records as a way of honoring him. I love too that the Internet now allows us to learn more about these athletic heroes — I think my boys are going to get an assignment to visit a few websites and learn more about their favorites!
p.s. did you know there is a website that displays the official medal counts and results of all the competitions?
Ok, back to work!