Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Autumn Amigurumi Give-Away!

On the car-ride this past weekend, I fiddled with some amigurumi projects to pass the time. As this little guy unfolded, I decided I wanted to share him with someone... hence, my "Autumn Amigurumi Give-Away"! I think it will be a fun way to hear from my visitors and meet more crafty-mommy-bloggers!

Here's wee little Bailey bear! I made him from this pattern. From ears to toes, he is about 5 inches tall. Bailey has embroidered nose/mouth, little shiny black eyes, and an orange wool-felt scarf. On his chest is a tiny, handmade polymer clay pumpkin. He will gladly keep you company through the Autumn/Halloween/Thanksgiving season! Who knows what else might accompany Bailey to the lucky winner's home ☺




To celebrate the beginning of Fall (my FAVORITE season), my blog visitors can earn entries for the random drawing. Through Oct. 22, you can earn entries in several ways:

♥Earn 1 entry for each comment you leave on my blog through Oct. 22!

♥Earn 2 entries for becoming a follower of my blog (under "Blog Friends" on the left side of screen)!

♥Earn 2 entries for linking to my blog from your blog or website (this could include adding my blog to your blogroll)! Please email me (gumby8@hotmail.com) and let me know so I can give you proper entry-credit.

The more entries, the better your chance☺

Have fun! I can't wait to read your comments and meet more of you!

♥♥♥

9 comments:

cpullum said...

How cute!!!!!! Perfect for fall!
Carla
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sunnie_fairy said...

what a cutie!

Baby4 said...

aww we love handmade toys for our kiddos :) too cute...

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jenny said...

how cute i realy love it and i love to give him or her a home thanks

mushroommeadows said...

yay! he's adorable!!!

Kristan said...

he is so super cute!
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bunzi said...

cutie! :D

blueviolet said...

That's adorable!
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Elizabeth

Dawn said...

All you handmade items are adorable. They must be fun to make!

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