Monday, March 15, 2010

BLOG CANDY you don't have to be a follower to enter

This past weekend while we were in New Brunswick visiting relatives (my sister in law, her hubby, and their son), I went to a Michael's free "make and take" with my sister in law. I hadn't ever been to one before, just because none of them were ever something I wanted to do until this one this past weekend :)! We made this dragon bracelet, first which didn't take all that long to make and I was surprised there weren't a lot of people there either wanting to make jewelry.

Once we finished making this bracelet we made this necklace, isn't it gorgeous??? I thought so, anyways after we were done making this necklace the girl gave us an extra necklace kit each...and I thought it would be a good idea to give one away here on my blog.

So, here is what you have to do to enter the draw for the necklace kit (that has all the stuff, except the tools) to make this beautiful necklace:

~tell me something you like to make besides cards, paper projects

You will have until March 21st to enter. Good Luck :)!

Inky Hugs,


Julie Mutch said...

Gorgeous necklace, Catherine! :)
I like altering clocks and different wood and metal pieces.
Thanks for the chance to play along in the fun! :)

Anonymous said...

Hi there

Not only do I love to make cards I also love to tole paint! both crafts help me mellow after a hrd day at work! Now that I am retired I have more time for my crafts!

Thanks for the chance to win Blog Candy
Lynn SB

Tracy.H said...

Love your bracelet and the necklace too! I love to crochet. I just taught my DD last week how. I will be posting some of my new creations soon on my blog too. I have gotten into making Amiguri animals lately.

Lissame said...

Well I love paper crafting but when that isn't possivle I love crochet, beading, cross stitch, just to name a few that I put my hand to...thanks for sharing. By the way I really like the dragon bracelet that you made.

FoundProdigalDaughter said...

Does abstract painting count as a paper craft or not? I'm trying to think of a non-paper craft that I enjoy but my brain is a giant blank. I like stringing jewelry at my Aunt's...and there's a lot of non-paper things I want to learn how to knitting.

Thanks for the opportunity.