Thursday, April 22, 2010

Merry Christmas! LOL ;)

Okay, it's not Christmas, it's not even close!

But, when I found this, I had to make it!
These coordinating items, quilts, tree skirts and socks can now all be found in my etsy shop.

Etsy has a new treasury program called Treasury East. Stephanie of PetitPlat, you can find her blog here, put me in her lovely green treasury. Thank you, Stephanie. :)

One of my items was featured on Jill Draper Blogs she did a feature on miniature items after having read the recent NY Times article on modern minis. Thank you, Jill. :)

The aluminum tree was made by De of De-Lightful Minis and Minide.

I'm over whelmed at the response to my giveaway. This should be fun!
Hang in there with me, I've gotta play catch up! :)

27 comments:

  1. They are lovely Dale...it is really nice to see Christmas items that aren't in the typical traditional colors.

    I like these very much. Well done.

    Congrats on being featured.

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  2. LOL, never too early for Xmas :). I must say, Fabric + Dale= Magic! You combine those bits and pieces really well!

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  3. They look fab! And it's always time for some Xmas :)

    Ira

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  4. Lovely, really lovely, I like this pallete of tender greens and the glittering tree is so sweet.Dale you are so good! PS I used yur black ghingam, I'll mail you a pic of the teacozy, thank you again Rosanna

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  5. The sun is shinning in Belgium, the weather is so nice, not typical christmas weather...but it's nice to see your christmasminis and they look great, I love them!!

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  6. I love the coordinated sets, Dale! And thank you for the "advertising." :-D

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  7. These are beautiful Dale- my kind of Christmas- bright and colorful! I add my congrats on being featured!!

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  8. Tallulah, thank you, I think that's what appealed to me, it's very new very up to date. :)

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  9. Thank you, Sans! You're one of my greatest supporters and I apprecitate that. :)

    (is it elfin magic? lol)

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  10. Ira, with a blog called Merry Jingle, I would imagine you are always ready for Christmas. ;)

    Thank you! :)

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  11. Thank you, Rosanna. Can't wait to see the picture. :)

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  12. Thanks, Michelle, it's spring time here, but sometimes, you gotta go where the creative flow is. ;)

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  13. Thanks, De. :) I need to decorate that tree, but, I can't decide. I might have to make ornaments that are interchangeable with my mood. ;)

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  14. Thanks, Kim. I thought these were in your style, bright and fun. :)

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  15. OMG I want these! And I was gearing up to plant more spring flowers... CM

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  16. My Realitty, LOL ;) Christmas stuff is more fun, I assure you.

    Thank you. :)

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  17. Hi Dale. What a wonderful Blog.

    Pan
    http://smallstuff-blogspot.blogspot.com/

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  18. I love these fresh, pretty colours, and the aluminium tree is fab!

    Congrats on being included in a Treasury, too!

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  19. Thanks, Pan and Dangerous. :)

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  20. Christmas in the spring? but yeah why not? It all looks beautiful. Nice colors.
    groetjes Ingrid

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  21. No matters if no Christmas, is lovely, I like so much...hugs

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  22. Thanks, Ingrid and Paky. :)

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  23. It's very nice! You have to work on Christmas things when the inspiration comes, it doesn't matter when that is. :)
    Thank you for the name you proposed for my dolls, I like it!
    Maia

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  24. Thanks! :)

    Oh, great, Maia! :)

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