Posts Tagged ‘giveaway winners’

Wall Decor Winners

Monday, July 12th, 2010

Hello lovelies, happy Monday !   How was your weekend ?   Hope you enjoyed it ! 

Thankfully, I pulled myself away from the ice cream maker (whew!), and I decided late Friday to be more productive with my energy. . .  so I’m diving into a mini makeover in the master bedroom with some modern lamps, bedding, end tables . . . even the headboard is not safe, and will be getting some new fabric ! 

I’m midway through the upgrades, and if all turns out as planned, I’ll have some pics later in the week, meanwhile congratulations to the following two lucky winners of the Xpresiv Designs giveaway:

#17:  Teresa at Too Many Heartbeats who wrote:

“There are so many that I absolutely love. One is ‘Bless All Who Enter’ and I would put it in my foyer.”

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#210:  Debra of The Bunnys Bungalow who wrote:

“I would pick ‘Bless this home and all who enter’.  I love the birds on a branch too!”

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Winners, please contact me and I’ll get you your $50 dollar gift card.  

Everyone else, stay cool and enjoy your summer day !

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Lavender Winners !

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Congratulations to the following five winners of the lavender sachets plus a fresh bundle shipped to your door !     

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#44:  Shreya“These are perfect – their beauty lies in their simplicity!  Thank you for the tutorial.  I love love love lavender!”

 

#205 Gail Golden“These are delightful. What a great idea. I use lavender at bedtime, so one of these would be a blessing.”

 

#290  Karen P“A fantastic idea! This would be perfect for a bridal shower gift for all the lovely ladies. I adore your blog!”

 

#405 Debbie“You have taught me something today! I would much rather have lavender in my husband’s closet than moth balls! I would love to smell lavender instead!!!”

 

#450  Richella at Imparting Grace: “What a wonderful giveaway! I just bought some lavender sachets in France to use as little gifts. . . they smell divine, but they’re not even half as pretty as yours! Oh, how I would love to be one of the lucky winners!”

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Congratulations to the winners – please contact me via email and send me your full name and mailing address to receive your goodies! 

 

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Giveaway Winners & Reminder

Tuesday, June 15th, 2010

Oh, goody goody, some lucky folks are going to get organized along with me !

The winners of the ‘Organize Your Paper Clutter’ giveaway, brought to you by Simplify 101, and chosen by Random.org are:

#76  Courtney M. who wrote:

“My biggest problem is paper clutter that doesn’t necessarily have a “home.” For example, I know where to file regular bills, tax docs, etc. But, when it comes to odd things that I may need to hold onto for a while like a receipt or manual, I handle it 15 times rather than just once.” 

# 256  Linda who wrote:

“Glad to see I am not the only one with this problem! Paper clutter everywhere. Bills, circulars, coupons, etc….. It is unmanageable! It seems like when I go through a pile to sort and clear, all I am doing is shuffling papers and then moving the same pile to another spot. I would love to be organized. Thanks!”

Congratulations ladies, you’ve won a free spot in the workshop – welcome to the club!

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I’ve already had the chance to review Lesson One, and here’s just one quote that really hit home with me: 

“Paper clutter causes stress because our paper represents things we need to do (such as pay the bills) or things we may want to do (use this coupon to get a new pair of shoes) or things we think we should do (donate money to the Heart Association) or things we’d like to do (read about the plight of the honey bee and figure out what we can to help) or things we want to remember (this ticket stub because the circus was so much fun). 

Therefore, each piece of paper has a sense of obligation associated with it.  A stack of paper nags at you, “You should be doing something about me…” which makes it very difficult to relax or even work in focused manner when you’re in a room piled high with stacks of paper.”

Yes!  So true!  This is my biggest problem.  Lesson One goes on to give tips on how you can stop the inflow of paper clutter into your home, plus provides steps for beginning the process of organizing it all.  I’m looking forward to Lesson Two’s big issue:  how long should I keep this piece of paper?   This I need to know !  

I encourage you to sign up and organize your paper clutter along with me – it’s worth your time because it will buy you peace of mind.  But you only have until Friday, June 18th to register, so sign up here

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Oh, and here’s a friendly reminder, the Stars & Stripes Party is coming up on June 30th, so get your festive Fourth of July decorations, recipes, and crafts ready to post so you can link up on the big day.  I’ve got a great craft planned myself !

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Cheers !

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