Good morning friends, I would like to remind everyone that today is the last day for sign ups for Carly's wonderful Blog Hop Giveaway, at Boggy Bottom Bayou Blog. I know most of you have already signed up already, but just in case you haven't you need to do so now! Today is the last day for sign ups with one lucky winner being announced tomorrow. I don't know about you, but I think it's so awesome that so many wonderful artist have chosen to share there talents with all of us once again. What a beautiful thing to have a chance to decorate our homes with such much "Love" from so many generous artists and their creations!
Well the day is finally here to announce the winner of my Santa and Snowman give away.
But before I do, I would like to THANK each and everyone of yous for choosing to sign up for my little give away and for sharing all your wonderful memories with us all. I don't know about you, but I have so enjoyed reading them all and it has brought to mind so many wonderful ones of my own.
I also would like to THANK everyone for their kind words about my little creations. It has been a tremendous boost to my confidence not to mention it has made my little ole' head grow quite large! LOL You are all winners in my eye's and I wish I could give each and everyone of yous a Santa and Snowman, but unfortunately It would be too costly and would take me forever and day to get them all done. I do however plan on having more give away's in the near future seeing this one has been so much fun, so I hope you continue to follow along! Getting on with what you have all come to find out.... and not rambling on any further..
I am divorced mom to three wonderful daughters and a Marmmie to three beautiful grandsons.( Thus, the name Marmmies Mammy's and More). I am a self taught artist who has been crafting and sewing since I was a young child. I have also taught, and made ceramics for many years, until I became disabled. I started getting involved in doll making a few years ago when I became disabled, and my last little bird left the nest. When she left, I had a hard time figuring out what "Me Time" was. I quess some might call this "Empty Nest Syndrome". I always knew I had a calling for something, but could never figure out what it was. Then one day after going to a craft show with my oldest daughter, she asked me to try and make her a primitive mammy doll. Needless to say I agreed, and from that day on I have become hooked! All the pieces in my "Me time" puzzle finally fell into place. I now use my talents to bring smiles to others through my creations and my dolls.