Wednesday, August 26, 2009

My First Blog Giveaway!!



I've been wanting to do a blog giveaway for a long time. Today's the day! Leave me a comment on this post and I'll pick a winner this weekend. The winner will have her choice between these three rose corsage pins, needle felted by yours truly. Think about which color you like best in case you're the girl! There's fushia, a peachy tangerine and a plummy periwinkle. These look so pretty on a scarf. I might need to add something blingy to the center...



Good luck!!








21 comments:

Debra said...

Hey Lisa,

Your artistic flair never ceases to amaze me! The felted roses are beautiful! Are these the same as the ones that will be made during the Shabby Chic Denim book class at Scrapbook Island? Also, will you be posting the classes you will be hosting in your home? I would love to attend when you do. I have been watching the progess on your room and it looks wonderful! Keep up the inspiration! You have done wonders for my 'artsy' side.

Debra

valarty said...

Love the roses Lisa! I remember when you found that lovely felted yarn in Portland!

Beth said...

Beautiful! I haven't tried needle felting yet, but these are inspiring!
Beth

Michelle said...

beautiful and now off to check out the rest of your blog!

Lisa Super said...

Hey Debra - yes, these are the same roses. They are so fun to make, I love it. I will for sure let you know when I host the first class in my home!

Lisa

Carole said...

You are so talented. The flowers are beautiful. I want one! I'm looking forward to seeing your completed studio and taking some classes. Congrats to whoever wins!

Anonymous said...

OMG..I am loving it and I love the orange one and the Fushia one. They are so stylish. They would look absolutely FAB
on a skull cap & matching scraf for the winter time! These would make wonderful xmas gifts as well. Sign me up I am ready to be a Felting Fool!LOL

Alice W. said...

What a lovely giveaway Lisa! The flowers are beautiful...

Carolyn Hope said...

Lisa...Just got done checking out your blog!! Speechless as ever. Not exactly sure how one person could possess that much creativity, but you push the limits with everything you touch. I can't wait to see the final project as far as your studio goes! Can I just buy a permanent seat and have my name engraved on one of the chairs!? I love the flowers!! I think I have the perfect scarf for the Fuschia one...

Carolyn Hope said...

Lisa...Just got done checking out your blog!! Speechless as ever. Not exactly sure how one person could possess that much creativity, but you push the limits with everything you touch. I can't wait to see the final project as far as your studio goes! Can I just buy a permanent seat and have my name engraved on one of the chairs!? I love the flowers!! I think I have the perfect scarf for the Fuschia one...

valarty said...

I didn't realize you were going to teach how to make these lovely flowers in the class. How fun!

Kathy Ahlswede said...

Hey Lisa!
Those are so pretty! Are you doing to teach a class on how to make these super flowers? You are so creative! Looking forward to seeing more from you soon!

elaine said...

The rose pins are so lovely! I really like the peachy orange color.

Elaine R
emrosser@shaw.ca

Anonymous said...

HOPE(get it before YOU became Super)I win the Blog Giveaway! I was just down at TJ Maxx during lunch time and found the perfect wrap to put my Rose on! It's an off white cream wrap to keep me warm plus keep HR off my back about my clothing attire down at the jobsite. I can see it now. I am going to look and feel like Michelle Obama with my Rose perfectly pinned and placed on my person.

xoxox
Birens Boo

Anonymous said...

Hello from Arizona Lisa,
Just a quick hi,as I head out to scrap with a friend today, then off to be "soccer mom". It's that season again! Love your blog as usual and thanks for sharing with all of us your step by step progress of your new in-home classroom. Wish I was closer :)
Chat soon, Always Cassie

Cindi T said...

Love those felted flowers. You are so talented.

Anonymous said...

Lisa, The flowers are beautiful. I have the perfect outfit to match the tangerine colored one. Kaitlyn

mamakat said...

Lisa;
I love the plummy periwinkle!! Are you going to teach these at Scrapbook Territory any time soon?
Kathryn

Lisa Super said...

Hi Kathryn,

Thanks for leaving a comment! I'm actually not scheduled to teach the class at Scrapbook Territory. I may in the future though so check back to see if I have it listed in my upcoming class list.

Thanks!

Lisa

Alaina said...

Wow. . .love the roses;I'm so fabric challenged. Would love to stop by tomorrow but my little one has a big day swimming tomorrow. She gets her red ribbon!

Cassie said...

Those are so pretty! =D