A Thank You Giveaway...

Two years ago, on the 1st of May,  I submitted my first blog post.
I really wasn't sure where I was going with my blog, or if I would even have any readers, but 
with so much inspiration and eye candy out there in blogland, I wanted to play along.

One of the things I discovered through blogging is my love for photography.
I find it easier to share with photos rather than words.

Blogging has also given me the opportunity to meet other bloggers/artists from all over the world, by sharing inspiring ideas and words through the love of art. 
That my friends, is something I never really expected to happen, and I am so grateful for! 

Over the past two years, your comments and emails have given me so much encouragement and inspiration that I just want to say

I started making these little lavender pillow sachets out of linen and embroidered a flower on them. 
Simple, and fun to make. 
If you are interested I would like to make one of these for you along with a few other "goodies" as a way of showing my gratitude.

I know it's not a fancy gift with all the bells and whistles,  and so many of you out there create such beautiful things of your own,  but I would just like to give something from the heart, from me to you.

Leave a comment on this post if you would like to be a part of the drawing. 
I will draw a name from those that are interested and post that special someone's name on 
Sunday, May 15th.

Let me know if you post about it, or leave a link on your side bar, and I will enter your name twice. 

Thank you and hugs to all of you...
you are very special to me! 



I literally gasped when I saw the lavender sachet. It is so pretty and you made it! Please enter me in your wonderful drawing. Congrats on two years of blogging!!
Angela said…
Your sachet are so lovely. The embroidery on the natural color is very pretty!
Jessaca said…
OOOHH Lavender is my FAVORIT smell!!! Cute bags to place the lavender in as well.
Enjoy your day!!1
Anonymous said…
It is amazing the friendships that forge and move across this weird window of the world. Your sachets are charming and I would love to win one. xox Corrine
Congratulations on your 2yrs of Wonderful blogging.The little sachet are Beautiful...My favorite smell is lavender.The simplest gifts from the heart are the best!!! XOXO DeeDee
Dorthe said…
Dear Becca,-
I love your lavender sachets, they are so beautiful-it would be a joy decorating with ,-
Please add my name, to your lovely giveaway.
How sweet of you! You know I would LOVE to have this beautiful gift! Thanks for the chance! I'll keep my fingers crossed! Hugs! ♥
Unknown said…
"not a fancy gift?!?" anything handmade with love and imagination is mighty special in my book :)

Your sachets are "tres jolie!"
Lorraine said…
I know I am always in for a treat when I stop by your blog as your photos are amazing..those little lavendar bags are delightful and would love to have one..good luck everyone
Pamela said…
Becca those Sachet's are just beautiful omg what talent you have!!!
This has to be the most beautiful post!!!
Becca you have made me two beautiful gifts already that i cherish deeply you don't have to add me to this...leave room for your other lovely followers!
Pamela xo
andrea creates said…
these are beautiful! i love lavender too :)
your blog is always so fun to come and see the beautiful photos...
i'll try and give your giveaway a mention this week :)
Anonymous said…
This is a beautiful gift, Becca... and from your hands and your heart. I would cherish this if I won it.

lilylovekin said…
I know just what you mean about the blogging world, I've come to "meet" people that I really look forward to being in touch with. My life is fuller because of my blog and you are part of that. Your thank-you gift would be treasured.
Lisa Gordon said…
Becca, what a kind thing to do to celebrate your blog anniversary! These sachets are just beautiful, as are your photographs!

I am so glad to have met you, and I truly enjoy each visit here.
RURAL said…
It is us who should be thanking you. Such gorgeous photography, and beautiful writings....

Love your blog.

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams
Unknown said…
Hey girly.. What great photo's..
Your lavender Sachets look amazing.. Looks like you have been having fun with your stitching.. Chat with you soon..

Hugs, Linda
I love your lavender sachet.I live at Quilters Cottage in Norfolk England. I too grow Lavender and put it in my Christmas Hearts for gifts. I would love one of yours, so please put me in your draw.
I am so glad that blogging is around for everyone to share, well done you for your blog anniversary.
Best wishes,
Jane C
Your photos and sachets are just gorgeous! Lavendar is one of my favorite plants (and colors)...just planted some in our new garden bed this past week and can't wait for it to take off! Have a wonderful weekend!
Halle said…
How sweet! Gorgeous photos as usual! I can almost smell the lavender.
Justine said…
Congratulations on a year! I love these lavender sachets and your shots of lavender with the soap are beautiful, here's to another year.
You have created a wonderful blog and post the most beautiful things. Kind of a place to enjoy that cup of coffee and relax, while enjoying a variety of beauty .
Your stitching is so pretty on your sachets. And it's the little things that mean so much.

Do you grow your own Lavender? I try, it's a favorite, but weather sometimes don't let it grow.

I'm have computer problems..my dashboard is gone so missing lots.
Enjoy the Mothers Day weekend and thanks for the fun.
Brianne said…
Hi, Becca. Your lavendar sachets are more than bells and whistles. They are, yes, from your heart and, I imagine, your beautiful garden. I would love to be entered to win one. Brianne
Rosie Grey said…
Congratulations on this special anniversary Becca! And how lovely of you to make such a wonderful giveaway! Have a wonderful weekend!
christina said…
one of my favorite scents. and these are so very beautiful. a becca original. ; )

GardenOfDaisies said…
I love lavender! And the embroidered linen pillow sachets you have made are so pretty. I would love to enter your giveaway.
Diane said…
Congratulations Becca!! Blogging has become a wonderful part of my life and has helped me grow so much in my art--we can all relate to this post.
Your sachets are lovely--lavendar is my most favorite fagrance too. Thank you so much for offering this!
Mosaic Magpie said…
Congratulations and what a lovely giveaway! Thanks for a chance to win. Here's to many more years of you blogging!
Georgianna said…
Congratulations on two years, Becca! And that's a very lovely giveaway. I'm glad you kept going and I love seeing your photos! – g
Costin Comba said…
I like lavendar smell. Great shots, good ideea for a photo, soap and flowers.
Catherine said…
Your photos are always so beautiful Becca. And how creative you are in making those sweet little Lavender Pillow Sachets! Well who wouldn't want to win such a lovely give-a-way?

Hope you have a good weekend my friend!
xo Catherine
Becky Shander said…
These sachets are so precious. And so are you.
i am a lavender-lover!! what a wonderful give away....thanks for the opportunity. your sachets are lovely. i have been blogging for two years as well and my love of photography has really blossomed from it. who knew?

Heartwideopen said…
Thank you for visiting my blog! I've had the most enjoyable cup of tea while looking at your blog. You have a way with the camera and I loved seeing your pictures of our beautiful area here in the Pacific NW. And my signature fragrance is Lavender so I had to leave a comment here. Your sachets are lovely!

:~) Debi
Oh these are SO charming, Becca! I would love to win one!!
I am really enjoying your artwork and blog. The watercolour pencils are very expensive. Such lovely colours though, I have some but dont like those I have, do you think they are worth the money. I seem to always put a lot of money into supplies and do not get much done these days. Anyway, had to say I am still plodding my way through (back) through the blog and really enjoying it.

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