Friday, February 6, 2009

Giveaway Day 6

OK>>>>finally getting pics of today's GOODIES!!! Yea! Today's giveaway is a set of 3 cards for 3 occasions: Valentine's Day, St Patrick's Day and an Any Day card (could be Valentines , Birthday...whatever!

This 1st card is based on my super popular tags "Love Grows"

I added lots of glitter to this Happy St. Patty's Day card!
This is very 3-dimensional, sparkly and LARGE in person! 9 inches tall! For YOUR cutie pie!

My daughter, Madeleine picked yesterdays winner................Congratulations Nicole!! That's her aunt's name too!

When I was younger (7-15 yrs) we lived in Sweden, so of course I wanted to grow up to be the Queen of Sweden! hehehe :) Later I wanted to be an interpreter. I spoke English and Swedish fluently, and I took French and Spanish for several years. My dad speaks Ukrainian (it's like Russian) but taught me just a little. What did you want to be when you were little?


Lisa said...

I wanted to be a nurse or a teacher. Funny, as mom, we are nurses and teachers!

Lisa R.

Stacy Milford said...

I remember wanting to be a veterinarian...I still LOVE animals, but just as pets!

Claudia said...

I wanted to be a mom, because I think it is the greatest job in the world.....and thankfully, I am, to three wonderful children.

brixtonlane said...

Ever since I could remember I have wanted to be a Mommy. Now, I am a mommy to 2 little ones and LOVE it!

Amy B-B said...

I wanted to be in fashion. I used to cut up old vogue magazines and my mom's Spiegel's catalogs :) Now I am a social worker. What a switch!

BTW, my husband and I are both Swedish. We visited his family last year who live in Ljusdal and Uppsala. What an amazingly beautiful country! How lucky you are to have spent the time there when you were a child!

papertreats said...

How GREAT Amy! I'd love to go back one of these days with my family! We lived south of Stockholm, in Johanneshov.

Lindsay said...

When I was little I went through different "what I want to be when I grow up" phases. First, I wanted to be a teacher. Then a veterinarian, then a nurse. Now, I am going to school for graphic design! So, hopefully I wont change my mind again ;)

Nicole said...

First of all...I'm SO thrilled that I was able to win some of your paper treats in a previous giveaway (I sent you my address in a convo on Etsy)...but I thought I'd try again! ( I have to win lots to share these amazing goodies with all my friends...hee hee!)

I wanted to be a teacher when I grew up. And...I did that! I was a preschool teacher for several years before I had my own 2 I'm a full time teacher...around the home! ;) It's the best job of all!

judy said...

I wanted to be a stewardess because I loved the uniform that they wore on American Airlines. Then by age 6 I wanted to be a nurse, again, because I loved the uniform. Ironically, I hate to fly and I don't relish the inside of a hospital or a Dr.'s office. My creative side along with some great maps from National Geographic lead me to teaching. Just retired after 33 years with Kdg. and First Graders!


When I was 4 years old, I wanted to be Wonder Woman. I was Wonder Woman obsessed. I use to watch the show after school but sometimes had to miss it because I had piano lessons in the afternoon. It really angered me when I had to miss the show. Needless to say, I quit piano. I didn't regret it then but, I sure do now. I guess living on an island and owning an invisible jet just seemed more appealing! Have a great weekend!

karri said...

i also wanted to be an
i am hispanic and
i LOVE spanish and my
i have interpreted
on mission trips, but
i am a MOM full-time
and i wouldn't have it
any other way!

Jennifer from Ohio said...

Well - not as a career choice, but just in general I started out wanting to be Daisy Duke. Then, believe it or not, I decided I wanted to be a meteorologist, with a back up plan of a photographer.

hermindwanders at gmail dot com

Brandi said...

I wanted to be an interior designer! I used to get magazines about and make mock rooms out of shoeboxes.

:)Brandi in Oregon