Sunday, November 20, 2011

A Give-Away!!!

Inspired by these adorable little finger puppets I decided to make a set for my own bunch and then thought, "Why not make two?"  And so I did. ;o)
Hopefully, who they are supposed to be is fairly self-explanatory!
They are a mix of felt, humble embroidery, some gluing, and a dash of glitter glue.
If you would like to win these little fellas, be you a mama, a grandma, or somebody who would like to re-gift to a family who could use them, go ahead a leave me a comment--tell me your favorite Christmas memory from childhood!!
I'll be drawing the winner the morning of December 1st.
(please leave me an email to reach you in this form: yourname (at) wherever (dot) com)


Tiff said...

Yayee! I'm in!
Pick me! Pick me!

Angie said...

Too cute! I always liked the little treasures in my stocking during the week before Christmas. Thanks for the inspiring ideas!

Angie said...

Sorry it erased my 1st message w/ my email (

Kari M. said...

So very cute Janna! Is there a link that you used to create these or did you "create them up" on your own? I loved Christmas at my Grandma and Grandpa's on Christmas eve when I was a child. Food, presents, cousins, bundling up in coats to head home in the cold and seeing Christmas lights as we were NEVER out that late except on Christmas!

Anna said...

ah! These are GORGEOUS, Janna! Might have to make my kids a set if I don't end up with them...I so love catching up on your blog, and am excited to check the links favorite Christmas memory? Probably waking up early out of excitement...and sweet memories at my grandparents' houses :)

...and *LOVE* the card--so pretty! Hope your Thanksgiving was awesome. :)

Kris said...

These are super adorable, Janna! I'll let someone with younger kids get dibs on your talented work...but one of my favorite memories is sneaking into my mom's closet and ruining all my surprises. I know it's TERRIBLE and yet I still got so excited to open them up and get started reading (or whatever the gift was). haha *ps- my mom never hid the fact that she always put the gifts in the same spots each year, as she figured we could spoil our surprise if we chose to. I do the same thing now with my kids, but none have yet to confess if they sneak peeks. :)

Brooke said...

These are so cute Janna! I'm with Anna, may have to make a set myself if I don't win. ;) One of my favorite Christmas memories is driving through the neighborhoods along Sheridan to see the lights and luminaries after the Christmas eve service- we did it every year.

Keeslermom said...

So cute!

Anonymous said...

I'm from Hungary living here in the USA for a few years now. I love the fact that there it's all about Christ and not Santa (we have a day for him too on Dec. 6th) I probably confuse my child since he is growing up in here and hearing a different version of Christmas but I sure don't mind. He will understand when he gets bigger. Very nice job Janna! julcsi_benyoatyahoodotcom