Friday, December 26, 2008

The Girls and A Little Gift

The day after Christmas I always get the post-holiday "blecks". Not wanting to take down the Christmas tree but not really wanting to look at much longer, I decided to indulge myself in a few projects that I (for nothing then more than my sheer enjoyment) wanted to do and ignore the decorations.


These supplies have been waiting to be transformed. Thanks to the (the Queen again and her Ezine)

From the pile of junk, came 102 1/2 wishes. An old book, some paper scraps, a velvet ribbon-Voila! A blank canvas to house all those wishes.



2009 is lurking around the corner. I don't do "resolutions"-non-commital Gemini-but I do have an ongoing list of to-do's with this life.

*****Giveaway Alert******

To celebrate 2009 and a blank slate from which to wish and dream your butts off, 102 1/2 wishes will go to some lucky person. Leave a comment to this post with one of your wishes and on Tuesday, the 30th, I will randomly draw a winner. In the meantime, start your list!

Wow, that was fun.

Now, the Girls.


Whatever intrigued me about clothespin people, I haven't a clue. These two are the first. For the practical people of the world (and who share in my life here on this blog)-No, I haven't a clue what I'm going to do with them. But aren't they cute???




Off to take the tree down, I can't stand it anymore.

Wish #33-That life's irritants continue to be what they are today. Little miss, put my scarf back.

18 comments:

Fishstikks said...

Okay, I'll play!

I think your journal is so cute!

My wish would be to have all my furry friends live long happy healthful lives with me.

Nice blog.

CristinaTC said...

:]
Its adorable.
I'll want in please :]

my wish would be to surround myself once and for all with everything/one that makes me smile

and the clothespin girls are too cute :]

Amber Dawn said...

I love your little people and the journal is lovely!
My wish:
That I can find an effective way to give an equal and *quality* part of myself to my family, job and hobby.

3 squares said...

Love the journal! My wish would be to find effective ways to promote my shop and continue doing the work that I love.

... and world peace, of course.

Thanks!
3squares@live.com

Celeste said...

My wish is that I will continue to please God and do His will in this New Year - and that He will use me to bring others to Him.

Contact me at:
celeste@mail4me.com

demmi said...

My wish is to be more successful in my business con5459(at)gmail(dot)com

Stacey said...

Super cute clothespin girls!

My wish - we could all remember the universe is out to SUPPORT us.

Love reading all the comments - good for you!

niftyknits said...

I wish for a healthy outcome to my forthcoming op :-(

Michelle P. said...

The journal is wonderful! And the little clothespin girls are fabo, wayyyyyyyy to cute.

Michelle P. said...

The journal is adorable, perfect title for the new year. I also want to comment on your clothespin girls, how cute are those!!!! Love them!!!
My wish: to bring joy to at least one person's life everyday!

-Michelle P.

Toni said...

Cute journal!

My wish is for the economy to turn around fast.

~Toni
http://WildDogStudio.etsy.com

Margeaux said...

Your clothespin dolls are adorable! I love their hair.

amanda said...

my wish is to write more this year!

your journal is quite lovely!!!

Marigold said...

I just watched Labyrinth with my niece, so I'm tempted to wish someone away to the Goblin King, so that I might get the chance gallivant around through a magical land of muppets and glitter. That having been said, my wish is still for a functioning global economy. When Iceland is filing for bankruptcy, you know we've all taken a turn for the worst.

boldnessbe(at)gmail(dot)com

Glorious Hats said...

Neat journal. Great idea.

My wish is that our MN Street Team member with cancer overcomes the CA and survives the tx.

The clothespin dolls are so cute. Have a 5yo and her mom coming for a craft day tomorrow - those would be super for one of our projects.

Off to hunt up clothespins.

Jane

MaryAnn Cleary said...

The journal is awesome and the little people charming.

My wish would be to have the ability to take my drawing and painting to the best that it can possibly be and to be successful at it business-wise.

Eileen said...

The dolls are darling!

Thanks for the bright and breezy, I love your blog - and will definitely be back!
:)

Krishell said...

I LOVE the wish journal. Very creative. Your giveaway is over, but I still had to comment. I think it fantastic!!