Friday, January 23, 2009

Thank You


Wow I'm overwhelmed by the response to the OWOH giveaway. I have been trying to get back to all of you that have entered and to visit all the participants. What a creative world we live in. The fact that we can visit people from around the world with just a click of a button still blows my mind. Of course, I still don't comprehend how a fax works, but that's for a different day. I'm so amazed at all the talent that is out there.
I just want to say a Great Big THANK YOU to all of you for taking time to enter my giveaway. And to all of you who are participating for your generosity.
Remember the drawing isn't until February 12. But you can only leave a comment here.

7 comments:

Maija said...

Another awesome creation, Becky!!

cindy said...

Looks really cool! Hey, were your ears burning this week? Me and T Dubya were wishing you were here! :D

c

juliethompson said...

Wow , this is way to wonderful!!!!!

jonaks said...

that is another beautiful project. I too was overwhelmed with this blog hopping. so much fun!

meplusmolly said...

Hi I saw your post on hensteeth's blog about you visiting London (UK).
You were asking about charity shops for finds etc! hmmm you're probably best checking out side streets etc for shops such as this they're not in great quantity in central London.
If you are in London over a weekend go to Camden Lock to the market there (Camden Town) on the sat and if you have time and are up to it go to Spitalfields market (Liverpool street) on the sun - full of life, characters, inspirations and amazing things!
I don't know how well you know London, so ignore me if you've already been!! have fun ;0

Hens Teeth said...

Oh what a lovely blog you have here!

Thank you for your kind comment.
London ~ my advice would be to google flea and antique markets of London. I don't know London that well to advice where to spend your precious time. Good advice from meplusmolly though :-)
Oh and Covent Garden on a Saturday has a lovely atmosphere andcraft market!

meplusmolly said...

Bless you, glad my info was helpful! ask away if you want some more info, I'm only an hour away from London and lived there for a couple of years too.
I forgot to say Covent Garden as suggested by Hensteeth, fab area, used to work there.
Also Islington is great too.
Taking a walk down the Kings Rd is interesting as well, full of design & homeware shops especially further down it. Always a treat nosing in Designers Guild etc.
And Tottenham Court Rd, good homeware shops for inspiration and a large Paperchase store- love this shop for its stationary, gorgeous papers etc. Have a fab trip! ;0