Saturday, February 14, 2009

Flip The Flap Contest
Today is Valentine's Day, and the final phase of our "Flappette" contest.
I was to thank the wonderful contestants for all their hard work and wonderful interpetation of my Flap pattern.
I also want to thank the three Judges that spent so much time looking over these contestants.
And lastly, thanks to all of you wonderful doll artists that voted for your favorite doll.
Now, for the Winner.
# 1 Bertie
Bertie has won by only one vote!
This has been a very close contest, for sure!
Bertie was made by Betty Dobelbower
Zenobia was made by Liz Waechter
Congratulations to both contestants.
If you both will send me your addresses, I will get the first place and consolation prizes in the mail right away.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

The Flip the Flap Contest

The Flip the Flap contest is now officially closed

After several months if planing and hard work,
we have two young ladies that are hoping to win Flap's heart for Valentine's Day.

The pictures are being studied by three judges and the results will be posted here on the 14th....Valentine's Day

You can join in the voting if you would like, also.
Just look at the two ladies below, and let me know which one you think Flap will love.
Email me with your choice....#1 or #2
Please put "choice" in the subject line. Send your Votes to

no later than February 13th.

And Now......The Ladies!

Contestant #1 is Bertie

Contestant # 2 is Zenobia and her pet Chickens

Finally! A Post

I have been away fron this blog for a long time.
I have always found it hard to take time each day to write in a diary.
Anyhow, I have been working on three classes for the CIFI Conference in New Mexico, in May, 2009.
I will be teaching a two day class on "Camel". This little critter made an appearance last year, and has been asked to come back this year, as a class.
Camel will be a fun class for my animal loving friends, and I am sure they will enjoy making him.
I will also be teaching a one day class for the
"Little Brown Biddy Bird".
She is another critter from last year's conference.
I will be teaching a larger bird for an evening class for children, called the "Bejeweled Biddy".
This is a bird that is covered with glitter and jewels and all kinds of fancy things.