Giveaway Results and Corked Vials Project


As promised I’m back to announce the winner of the two books giveaway.

Mary, kindly get in touch with me with your mailing address and I’ll send you a mini-book necklace (please specify which one you’d like) within the next few days.  And I’ll also forward your address to Melody (she’ll be mailing you a copy of her book directly).

While you’re here I thought you might like a look at a fun and easy project.

The how-to instructions are found here.  And you can purchase the corked vials here.  These vials are special because the glass bottoms are flat (for easy display).  Both the instructions and vials are through Stampington…they have it all!



7 Comments, Comment or Ping

  1. laura huffman

    congrats to Mary. she’ll have a very happy day. fun to win things. vials are so cute. I love tiny things, so fun. have a great weekend. hope you’re out of this weather and rain.

    April 13th, 2013

  2. Linda K

    Congrats on your win Mary!! Again, thank you dear Becky for the lovely giveaway. I adore your sweet little projects!! They take up little room at all yet can give one big smiles and happy thoughts. Thank you for sharing. I hope you’re enjoying a lovely weekend!

    April 13th, 2013

  3. Mary Werner

    OH WOW! I simply adore the tiny books and know I will enjoy reading the big one also! Thank you so much for this giveaway and the great inspiration that you have in your blog and web site. Thanks so much and you have some very nice followers that take the time to comment and offer congrats!

    April 14th, 2013

  4. Ivy

    Congratulations to Mary! These little vials are just the cutest. What a wonderful project.

    April 14th, 2013

  5. Congratulations to Mary!
    The vials are adorable! I love the hearts!

    April 14th, 2013

  6. Congrats to Mary! :D

    Pretty vials Becky~

    April 14th, 2013

  7. Congratulations to Mary. Becky your little vials are very sweet. Creative Hearts are Happy Hearts…

    April 21st, 2013

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