Monday, August 4, 2014

LOOK WHAT CAME IN THE MAIL TODAY!

 
I joined Stephanie's Giveaway a couple of weeks ago, and lo and behold, I can't believe I was the winner.  She has a delightful blog you will want to visit, if you have not.  She is one of the sweetest Christian gals I met in blog land, and her blog is a joy too see her creativity, and her heart for the Lord.
 
My wonderful box came with a beautiful green hand towel, trimmed with her lovely homemade touch.  Almost too pretty to use, so I'll find the perfect place to hang it and just look at it. 
 
Also an adorable tote...just as cute as can be with all modes of travel.  Again all her personal touches. 
 
And last but certainly not least, was a small glass bottle vase with lace and jewels.  My son when just a youngster...1977 made me this wooden shelf with mirror.  It has always had a place in our home.  But the vase with a single daisy just is the perfect place to display Stephanie's handiwork and my sons.
 
I'm so blessed!!!  Thank you Stephanie..You are a treasure!

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    1. Packages in the mail are so fun!! Don't we know?

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  2. Lucky you! It's always so fun to win one of those! Nice gifts..love the green!

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    1. Aren't they lovely! I love that green too. Gotta find the perfect spot.

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  3. You are most welcome, my sweet friend. My heart is blessed being able to give you a few handmade items. You are a joy and blessing, dear Wanda :) Enjoy! Love and hugs!

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    1. I just love everything, Stephanie!

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  4. Congratulations, Wanda!
    Such a beautiful gift, and I'm sure you will enjoy it all.
    I purchased a couple of Stephanie's hand towels from her shoppe and wash them in a garment bag. They have held up very well.
    Enjoy!
    Blessings, Debbie

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    1. I'm excited to find the perfect spot to show the towel off. I used the tote bag today when I went down to the pool. She's a sweetheart.

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    1. Thanks Debbie.... When we moved, I decided to stop "Teasing" and I'm really liking the softer, easier look.

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  6. I love it all! Could not have happened to a nicer lady ! You are a winner!

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    1. Thanks Linda. All these cute homemade things makes me think of all your handiwork, and art work. I think I need to do a giveaway one of these days.

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  7. What fun! Aren't surprises in the mail the best? Yes!

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    1. Yes, when a package comes with your name on it...yeah..what fun!

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  8. What lovely things, it is so nice to receive a present in the post isn't it. I don't think that I would use the towel either, far to pretty to risk! xx

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    1. Think that towel will look so cute just hanging in my kitchen.

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  9. Good Morning, Wanda. I enjoy Stephanie's blog also. I love all your goodies, and the vase was just made for that shelf. Have a nice day.

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    1. Isn't she a sweetheart and blessing. I enjoy her blog, and never dreamed I'd win that giveaway. I'm so blessed.

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  10. Neat, its always fun to win something. Handmade is from the heart too.

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    1. It was fun...I guess the towel is a little too fancy for a "running towel"....been in any more races?

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  11. I do believe the right person got that wonderful give away. The goodies look like you and you had the perfect spot. I love the shelf mirror. Its just the right spot for the single daisy and vase.

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    1. Thanks Sue..I was so surprised. Don't usually win things. Doesn't that little bottle vase look cute on the shelf?

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  12. Such pretty gifts. I like the mirror your son made too. Does he work in wood now that he's older? Blessings, xoxo,Susie

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    1. Susie, as a matter of fact, our son is a Graphic Artist, but has always continued to work with wood. About 6 years ago, he started his own business called the Old Timer and makes old fashioned rubber band guns, and other wooden toys like grandpa used to make.

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