Friday, February 12, 2010

Thread of HOPE GiveAway


I created necklaces like these for the last QB5 swap and made some extras while I was at it. You know, to send someone some hope. I have one I wear often. Reminds me to think about/ pray for, the blogger who is dealing with cervical cancer, Haitians (like anyone can forget), and friends near and far who I know are dealing with chronic ailments or just "stuff". The twine is a little rough so makes its presence known by scratching my neck. You know, to remind me to be thinking about someone.

I want to share the wealth so if you leave a comment on this post, you will be entered to win this necklace or 3 Thread of HOPE "beads". Simply string one up on a ball chain or knot one onto some ribbon or twine like I did. Present it in a matchbox and voila', a little HOPE to give to a friend. Don't forget to make one for yourself too. I am also selling the beads in my etsy in 3 piece lots, but if you want a lot more, say for a Sunday school craft project or birthday party or a girlfriend party, or __________ (fill in the blank), let me know and I can fix you up with a volume price. I just want to send some HOPE out. And thread is a very useful thing to have too.


I will pick 2 winners Wednesday morning (2-17-10)

15 comments:

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

I am already one of the lucky ones to receive your special HOPE necklace, so I don't quality for your giveaway ;)
Just had to say ... again ... how very lovely and special it is ... just like you dear Queen Bee!
oxo

Angie in AZ said...

Love this! I'd be thrilled to win!

buzzd said...

What a creative idea.

Marlynn said...

You are such a special soul and I love you for it! Love your creations which are created from your heart. hugs, girlfriend,

Hoshi Ayaka said...

I'm MistressDanzig from etsy! Your blog is filled with amazing things! I love it. I should have known considering how great your prompt journals are. I'm happy to have found you here.

bad penny said...

I would give this to a dear friend who's life has fallen apart through no fault of her own. Just when she thought it couldn't get any worse, it did. xx

daysease said...

Nathalie, what a special giveaway... today was a rough day, could sure use some "hope". Anything to remind me of it is welcome!! God is good all the time. All the time God is good. hugs...

bison61 said...

I love the hope necklace-I'd give it to a friend in church who just had surgery

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ooglebloops said...

No matter their situation, everyone can use a little hope in their lives, can't they?! they are very sweet - and I love the fact that they come in a decorated matchbox!!!!

Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I saw the ones you sent to Patty and Margaret. Just had to come and say how we often forget to provide hope to our friends, loved ones, even strangers. Thanks for the opportunity to receive some and pass some on.

druga szesnaƛcie said...

thank you for giving us Hope... :)

Mary Helen-Art Saves Lives said...

Hope is often a single thread connection ...thank you for visiting my blog...we are all searching and this avenue...the blog is a gift we give ourselves! Imagine and Live in Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart

http://maryhelenfernandezstewart.blogspot.com

Ellen said...

this is really neat. I really admire you for the "background" reason for making these, even down to the fact that the twine is bit rough to remind you to pray for those in need!

Ellen

JaN's ArTy AtC JouRneY said...

..what a creative and kind soul you are..
..and to give someone 'hope' would be such a precious gift!

Jeanie said...

Too late to enter, but they really are wonderful!