3.18.2011

Freebie Friday!!!

That's right! It's time for a giveaway!!

It's been a while, and things are starting to pile up in the studio, so what better way to clean house than to give it to someone?!

I thought you might agree with me on that one...

So here's the loot:



A whole bunch of Jenni Bowlin Black Extension III!! Now doesn't that just sound yummy?

To win this little goodie box, just leave me a comment here telling me something interesting. That's right. Wow me. Tell me tales. Spin a yarn. Gift me with some gab. That's it. I can't think of any more clever sayings... To win another entry, post this on Facebook or Tweet about it and leave me another comment letting me know.

Have a great weekend! I'll announce the winner next Friday!!

7 comments:

QC Kelsey said...

Nice Loot!!

Hmmm ...

Brain fart - I got nothing interesting to say! I can't even make anything up ... all my ideas are sitting on the sidelines as they are all for my books. Oh! Here we go:

In the past 5 years, I've gotten my hair cut maybe 5 times. Last time was 2 years ago, time before that was 2 years ago. My hair is super long now - it gets caught everywhere ... pants waist, bra, shirt, elbows, armpits, under my elbows when I lean over (which isn't a very nice way to lose hair ... ouch), and I can barely do anything with it. It sits in a pony tail, a braid that still reaches my rear, or loose (cause that's how my Hubs likes it - all down and loose *yeesh*). I keep threatening to chop it off. I've had everything from a buzz cut to about as long as it is now. I've had every color of the rainbow too. Time after time I tell Hubs to prepare to come home to see it hacked off. Time after time I get too busy and just forget.

Not now. I officially have a hair appointment tomorrow to chop it. Not sure what I'll do - but shaving it all off is out. Hubs has threatened to grow a perve-stache if I shave it, and my Sister has threatened to never shave again if I shave it off. :)

So I'm scared but excited. 4 years of growth (cause 2 years ago when I got it done, I just got a slight trim and color) going bye bye.

:)

Ashley said...

Beautiful stuff!!

Something interesting... I am a registered nurse & I work in a prison. It's a medium/maximum prison with 3-4000 male offenders. I'd been a nurse for 3 years & was burnt out on the hospital & was looking for something different... & I found it for sure!

Heather Innusa said...

'The human head weighs 8 pounds'... I don't know I really got nothing...

I did try the tutorial over at Noel Mingon for the crinkly ribbon - worked out very nicely for me :D only I used maya mist.

Hope you have a great weekend. I'll be crafting & playing with my kiddies & hubby ;)

Nitasha said...

Well, this one time at band camp....hehehee just kidding! I don't have any intresting facts to grace you with today, but I'll share a little bit about me. This spring break (this week) we stayed home and went to the matinee movie three days in a row, went to the dog park twice, rode our bikes, sang multiplication facts in the car, and just really enjoyed each other's company. This has been the cheapest spring break ever, but the actual quality time that we've spent together is priceless! Even watched Ghostbusters, tonight! Ah, goodtimes, goodtimes!!! Well, have a great weekend and thank you for sharing your amazing stash with us!

Celeste B. said...

Something interesting...hmmm..that has me stumped. How about this...A cat's brain is more similar to a man's brain than that of a dog

Ashly said...

something funny: Im watching Teen Mom 2 right now. YEP thats funny. Cant believe how ridiculous they all are. I know Im a dork. I also got all into the bachelor this season. First season I ever watched it. Couldnt believe the reunion after his final pick. CRAZY!! Can I get an AMEN here?? I know Im not the only crazy one who watches these corny shows??!!! right??

Sandy Ang said...

This one is about a crane and a butterfly.
For the past 10 days, I've been following Japan coverage. And the only crafting I did was folding a Hiroshima crane to take with me to the temple.
Then as I googled around, I found Trudi Sisson's blog where she has an ongoing Butterfly Effect project. It collects handmade butterflies for the Holocaust Museum. So now I'm sketching ideas for something I can make and send to her.
That's the story of my week.