lundi 17 septembre 2007

1000 visitors gift!!! 1000 Visiteurs cadeau!!!

OK! Je vais bientôt avoir 1000 visiteurs! Dernièrement mon compteur grippe rapidement! Je suis bien contente de savoir que vous aimez visiter mon blogue! Alors je vous propose un petit concours pour vous méritez un prix. Laissez-moi un commentaire en me racontant le premier souvenir de bricolage que vous avez! Je ferai le tirage mercredi soir. Le concours est ouvert à tous. :) Pour les personnes qui laissent un message anonyme, n'oubliez pas de me donner au moins votre prénom et de revenir visiter mercredi soir afin de voir si vous avez gagné!


OK! I will soon reach the 1000 visitors! Lately my counter is running really fast! I'm really glad to see that you like visiting my blog! So, I'm proposing you a little contest to win a prize. Let me a comment telling me the first crafting memory you've got! I will draw a name Wednesday night. Everyone can play. :)For those who lives anonymous messages, don't forget to let me at least your first name and to come back Wednesday night to see if you have win!

16 commentaires:

christie a dit...

You go girl!!!! You have a great blog with lots of good tutorials and ideas, that's why everyone loves it here!!! You're giving away some great stuff too, keeping my fingers crossed!
Christie-stamp shack

Flossie's Follies a dit...

Congratulations that is wonderful.

CAKVD a dit...

Hello! My first crafting memory is as a little kid. I liked to cut pretty things out of magazines and paste them onto construction paper!
Thanks!
Cheryl KVD

Kim- hutchink :) a dit...

Congrats! My first memory was getting an alphabet stamps set when I was like 12 years old- it was so cool...all the letters had feet in them. I made lots of things with that set of stamps! I wish I still had it!

Cathy a dit...

What creative stuff you have. Congrats on 1000 visitors. Sweet candy you are celebrating with your visitors. I remember cutting, gluing, and trying to draw things for my parents to say how great of a job I did. Thanks for a chance.
cmeyers@hughes.net

Betty a dit...

Congrats on your hits!! I used to love making paper dolls when I was little!!

Fe-Fe a dit...

Thanks for the chance to win some blog candy.

My first crafty memories are probably when I was at college and because I was a poor student I started making cards for family and friends just by doing drawings of cartoon characters on them. It just took off from there really!

Congratulations on your 1000 hits!
Fiona x

jodene a dit...

Congrats to your hits. My first crafty memory was when I was about 8 my aunt taught me how to cross-stich and I've been doing it ever since!

Renée Storch a dit...

Congratulations on 1000 hits Pascale!!! My first crafting memory is making paper chains and popcorn chains for Christmas with my grandma when I was 5 and spent weekends visiting!

Heather Grow a dit...

Congratulations Pascale. I remember making doves out of paper plates for Christmas when I was a little kid.

Linda SS a dit...

I see that you have even passed your goal of 1,000 now! CONGRATS! I remember when I was about 9 years old I made my baby sister a fabric cat on my moms sewing machine. It wasn't half bad:) But I did get in trouble for touching her machine when she wasn't home.

Anonyme a dit...

I think my first carft memory is sringing Nana's old buttons on her leftover yarn..I must have been about 4 years old.
Cindi
:)

Peggy Maier a dit...

I remember sitting on the floor of my great-grandmother's house & using a large wooden crochet hook as she & my grandmother tried to teach me that craft. I never did catch on, but now I love to crochet (many years later).

Jennifer a dit...

Congratulations on this wonderful Blog! I read your blog regularly as you are such an inspiration!

Hmmm...my first crafting memory. It probably has to do with my first sewing project when I was about 10 years old. I saw some new fabric my mother had purchased and just started cutting it for a skirt for myself. I wasn't sure what I was doing but I knew I wanted to sew! Oh...and the skirt had to have a lot of "help" from my mother and grandmother to make it wearable. :)

Anonyme a dit...

Bravo et continue!
Moi je me rappelle faire du "frottis"... tu sais, prendre un crayon et cacher une feuille d'arbre en dessous de la feuille puis frotter le crayon sur la feuille pour faire apparaître le dessin.... des heures de plaisir.

Annie B. (coccianne)

Myrnabs a dit...

Pesc,
I don't really feel like playing, but I wanted to make a comment about your visitors. The reason you're getting high traffic is because YOUR WORK ROCKS!!!