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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Feeling like an elf...

I just need some of those little pointy shoes and a pointy cap with a bell- and I think I would be complete! Well that is if Santa's elf's wear ratty old sweatpants and t-shirts that are three sizes too big and covered in paint, dried glue and mud!!! Bahahaha!!!

Yep you guessed it - I am still busy working away! In addition to having five star orders I need to get out... I am also still working on my 20 hand made Christmas gifts that are not done yet!!!! CRAZY - I KNOW!!!! Actually all together I think I have a total of 26 hand made gifts that I am making this year!!!! So that means I have six of them completed!!! Hmmm.... I better get on it!!!

But before I go... I wanted to share with you one of my "Twilight" gifts I made - and offer one up for a FREE GIVE AWAY here on my blog..... One of the gifts that we are giving this year is the complete hard back book collector's edition of the "Twilight" Saga... and I thought what would be more perfect than a hand crafted book marker to go with the set....

So I designed and created this book marker that has photos of all four covers of the books from the saga.....

I think it turned out quite cute!!! And if YOU think so too... then leave a comment in the comment section of this blog posting and I will do a drawing for one LUCKY winner to get one for FREE!!!!

(SOLD SOLD SOLD Now... if you are not feeling lucky - I actually have one extra one that I am willing to sell! It would make a perfect Christmas gift for that "Twilight" fan on your list! I am selling it for $8 plus $2 shipping. If you are interested - please email me at lori_mcdnld@yahoo.com and I will send you a pay pal invoice! SOLD SOLD SOLD)

I only made three of these... one to give away as a gift, one to give away as a prize here on my blog and one to sell!!! So each one of these are one of only three ever made!!!! Don't miss out!!!

Ok - I am off to get back to my elf'ing work!!! Bahahahah!!!!

Until Next Time!

Lori McDonald, Designer

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kswjeff December 9, 2008 at 2:04 PM  

Cool! I haven't read the books yet, but I want to!

sussann December 9, 2008 at 3:14 PM  

What a great gift idea!!

Anonymous,  December 9, 2008 at 4:40 PM  

Hey, Lori. That bookmark turned out great! I have not read the books yet, but my cousin is going to lend them to me when she is done. Maybe I can give this to her as a thank you if I win.

Lisa December 9, 2008 at 5:17 PM  

Pick me! Pick me! lol
Well you know how I am about Lori stuff :)
These are soooo cool, love it!

Anonymous,  December 9, 2008 at 5:43 PM  

Wow, Lori! What an amazing give-away. I haven't read the Twilight series yet but it's on my Christmas Wish List. Wouldn't this just complete the package. Love your blog and your work by the way and I try to visit you everyday.

Anonymous,  December 9, 2008 at 8:07 PM  

That is so cool! My 15 year old daughter would love it. She is obsessed with twilight just like every other teenage girl. She would love this for Christmas, too bad I missed the one for sale. Hopefully I will win this one.
Good Job Lori!


Anonymous,  December 9, 2008 at 8:15 PM  

Awesome Lori! My 15 year old daughter would love this for Christmas. Too bad I missed the one for sale, so hopefully I win this one.


Anonymous,  December 9, 2008 at 8:41 PM  

That is so pretty, Lori! I hope you and yours have a wonderful holiday season.

agmommy December 10, 2008 at 2:09 PM  

Wow...such a beautiful bookmark! I've never seen one as elegant as this. Maybe Santa will bring me the series for Christmas. I have heard such wonderful things about it.

amaraob1 December 10, 2008 at 11:56 PM  

Awesome bookmark! I'm so glad that you liked the series, as I had listed it in your blog at some point as a possibility to read - I've seen the movie once but really want to see it again (I missed that the author was in the diner, and somehow the after-credits stuff too!).

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