Saturday, 26 September 2009

Giveaway......


You all have such lovely name's for your bloggs and it got me thinking where did you all dream up the name's from???....Mine was from a flyer for fizzy drinks...



The background was this nice shade of yellow.... and I liked the word "lemonade"....but I needed something to go with it.I do love cats and "kitty" come to mind, so...."lemonade kitty" it was to be....Then I asked the lovely Happy from Happy and Rosie to design a banner for me.....I told her a few things I liked and this is what she come up with.....I love it and I hope you all do too.....

Giveaway....



So the giveaway will be.... two ladybird books....and....



a cosy pair of slipper sox.... a little knitted brooch... and a big wooden button....

So girls all you have to do is tell me is "How did you think of a name for your blog".....I'll put all your names in a hat a week on Monday...that's the 5th of October....and hopefully we'll have a winner...have a good day love Lucey x

6 comments:

Lucy Pursglove-Jones said...

I too have thought how lovely the names were for people's blogs, yours included! I needed a name for my craft business, one that would stand out and something unusual/pretty. I don't know why but 'Cherry Vanilla' popped in my head, after searching I found it was the name of a 70's singer so I ditched that idea and added 'Ivy' instead of Cherry. I adore the smell of Vanilla and Ivy is such a beautiful plant I figured why not :) X

Florence and Mary said...

Hi!

My blog is named after my grandmothers... my first blog Vintage Tea never felt right, it was just a random name I settled for. When I decided to "re-vamp" my blog I thought hard about what to call it and then it just came to me and it just sounds so right now!

Victoria xx

Quaker Queen said...

Hi, My story begins years ago with my dear late father, he was a keen bird fancier. One pair of birds he kept were called Quaker conours which he loved so much. Years after his death I took up bird keeping and when I got the chance to buy my own pair of Quakers I did. Ive had such good luck this year and my Quakers have had two young, so as you can imagine im delighted with them, I feel like a Queen! so comes Quaker Queen! xx

Sian said...

Hi,

Mine originally started as a diary of our tiny veg plot hence 'tinyholder' raher than 'smallholder'. :-)

Sian x

jo said...

My Nieces call me Auntie Jojo, thats where mine came from.

Jo xx

Ticking stripes said...

And I love all ticking stripes fabrics - if I see the fabric I have to buy it. I've covered chairs , made cuhions and recently had to buy an old wooden ironing board because it was covered with old matress ticking!