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Submitted by Pam on Thu, 07/28/2011 - 03:42
The giveaway! I was so focused on all things Dala that I completely forgot to pick a winner and post!
I am so sorry. Supposed to do this on Sunday!
You all touched my heart and made me so happy, sharing your stories! I had no idea so many families already practice this tradition of a "reading Advent calendar". This was great news! There just is no replacement for the warm, intimate sharing that reading together brings, not to mention that reading a story to a child (or adult for that matter) is a great way to build imagination muscles! Thank you to all who took the time to share their stories. And thank you to all who have shared that they love the idea and will start a reading Advent tradition in their own families.
So! The winner!
Random Number Generator selected number 16!
Theresa N you are the winner!
I will e-mail you soon!
Happy Christmas in July everyone! And again, thank you for participating and sharing your beautiful stories.
Come back soon! I have another Christmas in July Giveaway coming your way!
Submitted by Pam on Wed, 07/27/2011 - 00:16
Making Dala has been a journey - a journey filled with learning new skills, wrong turns, flashes of insight, mistakes and successes.
Dala was a challenge and it is the overcoming of that challenge and what I learned along the way that I am sharing here. It is a long post. It really is. In fact - you might consider it a free e-book! But hopefully, anyone wanting to make stuffed toys be they Dala's or frogs, will find it and the resources within useful.
Submitted by Pam on Mon, 07/25/2011 - 03:46
Happy Christmas in July!
I have been so excited for this day to arrive as I am sharing the celebration with three friends who love Swedish Dala Horses as much as I do.
Submitted by Pam on Thu, 07/21/2011 - 16:41
Submitted by Pam on Tue, 07/19/2011 - 03:58
Weaving both sides of a small cardboard loom = weaving two cool holiday tree ornaments at the same time.
These trees measure about 4 1/2" and are not only great ornaments, but would be beautiful tied onto a package. Hang several in a window or create a garland. Make big ones and little ones and mix them up in a display. My crafty online family is a brilliant lot, so I know there are lots of cool ways these will be used.