Monday, August 24, 2009

Can you guess what one little head will be?

I am going to be busy in my sewing room making up some ideas for the store. I love punch needle and I have been very busy making these little snowmen heads, as we drive from place to place. I can't wait to get them ready. I still am working on orders, so they are just sitting looking at me waiting for me to sew them up! I love their sweet little faces. Each one is their own snowman! You can guess if you want what they might turn out to be. I will pick the best answer and send the winner the finished product! I will be putting up a made one on Friday. Please join me in this fun!

Blessings,
Linda

32 comments:

  1. Lollipops!!!! For the Christmas tree!!!

    JeanM

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  2. I guess it's too late. The response that keeps running through my head is "Ooh...I like the jar topper answer...but I'll go with..." and then there's nothing else. :) Hmm...a keyring...no...too odd...an ornament...too "normal"...a tea towel...not just a head...and I thought of an advent calendar, but I don't know how that would work. So...do I have the best answer? :)

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  3. Oh, goody, I get to tell my husband I am normal!!!! He will be so surprised!!! Thank you aSprinkling! You win in my book!

    JeanM

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  4. A garland for a Christmas tree :) Your blog is so cute and I love the pictures you have.

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  5. You ladies are alllll cracking me up and I love allll the answers. You are all to precious! This is going to be real fun. Invite your friends. I want lots of ideas!!
    Blessings ladies,
    Linda

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  6. These little guys are sooo cute and I've asked everyone in the house what they think and the best we can come up with is a candy cane cozy or door knob cover...oops that's two. Can't wait to find out what they will be!

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  7. I love guessing games! Would they be ear muffs OR coasters by any chance? They sure are cute whatever they turn out to be! Hmmmmm, I am so curious now though!

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  8. They look so sweet! Can't wait to see what you do with them. My first thought was I would love to use them for a penny rug all the way round. I have seen punch needle things all over the net and loved it, but now I think I really just have to give it a try too.

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  9. It looks like you have enough of those cute guys that you could tack them together like a yo yo quilt and have some pretty nice placemats or pillow tops.
    Hmmmm. Can't wait to see what you've done.
    Judy

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  10. I think this is gonna make a cute little rug or a Christmas tree skirt of some sort.

    Love the sweet faces :)

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  11. Maybe a scarf or a table runner or maybe garland for a tree? These little guys are so cute!
    Cupcakegirl

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  12. They sure are adorable. I'm going to guess ornaments or some kind of Pin.

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  13. A penny rug? Table runner? Coasters--though they are too adorable to put a glass on top of? Bowl fillers?

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  14. Hi, Linda! I left a comment on MJF but I had to leave one here- eye patches for Santa's elves. ;)

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  15. I will be watching to see~ :)
    Have a great day~
    Carrie

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  16. Alrighty...I have been thinking about this....still! A candle mat, that is my final answer! When's the reveal?

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  17. I can see it as a darling embellished handtowel!

    -Amy
    (Crafting by Candlelight)

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  18. Oh, I love the garland idea! And earmuffs cracked me up!!!! I have a friend who collects all things snowmen and it's hard to get her anything novel anymore, but I'm sure she does not have snowmen earmuffs and she always wears earmuffs in the winter when we go walking!!!! She would crack up!!!

    No, Farmhouse Country, you have to keep thinking because a candle would cover up the cuteness!!!! Put it back on......your thinking cap that is......I know you can do it, I've seen your blog, you are VERY creative!!!

    I'm going to learn that craft and make me some!!!!

    Lots of fun here!

    JeanM

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  19. Oh ladies, you beat alllllllllll! You have put sunshine in my HEART! I already make something with this little head, but I tell you my mind neverrrrrrr stops. My husband has made me bring a notepad to bed, because I can't sleep sometimes! You can't believe all the things I am seeing in my mind. The Lord has made me so I can see everthing........ in detail. Fun for me!!!! Keep them coming. They are all so precious! Those little snowmen heads are going to be flying in my sewing room.
    Love each and everyone of you. I am a very blessed women. Love, Linda
    and bunches of blessings I ask the Lord to send you!

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  20. These are so cute. I would use them on barretts for little girls or maybe sew them onto a pair of mittens.

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  21. Cute idea, Becca! Linda, I know someone who sees knitting patterns in her head. You would not believe the beautiful things she knits with no instructions at all.....I mean sweaters, not piddly little hats and scarves like I do.....and she says she can never repeat a pattern, because she doesn't write it down, she just knits as she goes. She's a Christian and she knows she has a gift from the Lord. I'm almost 60, hope I find out soon what my gift is!!!!

    Love, JeanM

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  22. Am I too late? I'm thinking that they're lapel pins. And really cute ones too. Demelia's is hands down my favorite quilt store. Too bad I've only gotten to go once. Wow, you've gotten a lot of followers lately. Way to go!
    Melissa

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  23. I love punch needle so whatever it becomes will be adorable...I'm leaning towards a garland of some kind. Hope you're have a blessed week!

    Hugs,
    Sheri

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  24. Well, a few things crossed my mind. One was lapel pins, but since Melissa guessed that I'll give you another one. I'm thinking they will be the center for some snowflakes. Perhaps crocheted or made from doilies.
    I agree with the other ladies that whatever they become will be precious. Love them!
    Theresa in TX
    (jasonandtheresa@sbcglobal.net)

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  25. All the ideas I thought of have already been said except to the santa's elves eye patches. Can't wait to see what it will be.

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  26. I would sew them together into a placemat or wall hanging--kind of like you'd sew fabric yo-yos together. The wall hanging idea is better...who'd want to put a dish on such a cute placemat?

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  27. Hello Linda!!
    I received my package yesterday!!! Thank you soooo much! I love it all! I even went on about it in my most recent post where I linked to you and your store. I hope that is OK! :)

    THANK YOU!!!!! :)
    Katy

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  28. Good Morning Dear Linda!

    Those snowmen are just adorable! So cute!

    I have no idea what you will be making because you ARE so creative. However the first thought that came to mind was doorknob covers or ear muffs. I can't wait to see what you create with them.

    Have a most blessed day Linda!

    Sharon

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  29. Don't know if it has already been guessed, but I was thinking lapel pins. Thanks for visiting my blog, it allowed me to discover yours.

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  30. i think they would make adorable jelly jar toppers! whatever they are i bet they look adorable. can't wait till fridays reveal!! herbal and honey hugs to you!!:)

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  31. You sure have us all really curious, Linda! :o) I was thinking that they would be in a winter wreath of some sort, but then that just doesn't sound creative enough....so I AM looking forward to seeing it finished...whatever 'it' is! LOL!

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