Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Milestone giveaway

Well, I've just snuck in to my 100th post - which amazes me somewhat - and I'd like to celebrate by giving away one of my handmade journals.

I chose this one because it kind of has a rainbow thing going as well - in so much as it has nice colours scattered here and there throughout. It uses Somerset watercolour paper and is hand-stitched with purple waxed linen thread.

The perfect gift for artists and writers, it can also be used to hold favourite recipes; book group book comments; dreams; dinner party reminders - who came what you ate and drank; gardening notes - what you planted and when; or as a guest or visitors book.

To be part of the giveaway, describe what you like about rain or rainbows in exactly six words in the comment box below this post. If you can't do comments - send me an email and I'll make sure you're in the mix.

'Entries' close Tuesday 6 April and I'll post the winner on Wednesday 7 April.

One of my rainbow thoughts goes like this: Rainbows make me smile. Happy heart.

Thanks for playing and reading!








14 comments:

  1. no rain, no rainbows! love your journal!

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  2. Rain. Refreshes. Rhythms on roofs. Respite.

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  3. This is from Lyn in Buderim:

    "End of Rainbow,
    Pot of Gold"

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  4. This is from Lyn in Buderim:

    "End of Rainbow,
    Pot of Gold"

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  5. red orange yellow
    green blue purple

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  6. Delight!
    Rainbow yesterday,
    my eyes smile

    ...from my studio yesterday

    :-)

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  7. colors of nature
    rainbow spectrums
    sparkling in the sky

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  8. Noela from Maleny:

    White light
    Split prism
    magic colour

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  9. Noela from Maleny (2):

    White transmutes via water to spectrum

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  10. Noela from Maleny (3):

    golden rainbow, drops of water, .....alchemy

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  11. Rainbows paint the sky with uniqueness.

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  12. Rainbows
    nature's
    apology
    for
    lousy
    weather

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  13. Refreshing, cleaning, bringing new life - rain.

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  14. Light shattered colours bent by rain.

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