Monday, January 5, 2009

I am a winner of a free giveaway!

Some time ago, Robin at Be still and know...had a giveaway. My name was chosen and she mailed my prize to me. It was this lovely cross.

I had a spot all picked out for it, but it didn't look right, so I put it on the wall in the family room, where I think it fits in beautifully. Thanks Robin, it looks just right and I like that it is beside the sheep!

I'm sorry it took me so long to post this, but with Christmas, I had to wait to try it after the decorations were all down. I have never had a cross for the wall and I am loving it. I think it is a great addition! Its wonderful and I feel blessed to have been the winner!!


Joanne said...

What a beautiful cross. Congratulations on winning. Isn't bloggin just the biggest blessing!?!

Robin Lambright said...

WOW! It looks great, what a perfect spot!

Blessing to you my friend!

The Farm House Kids said...

I love it. It looks perfect right there.

Congratulations on winning such a beautiful gift.


Alex said...

How beautiful - it looks wonderful there!! Congrats on winning, how fun!! I hope your holidays were filled with great family time - Happy New Year! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Anonymous said...

I think it looks perfect right there!

Ruthie said...

It's beautiful. I'm glad you won it.
Thanks for following my blog.
Your snowstorm looks ferocious. Lots of snow!
Happy New Year.

Technonana said...

How exciting!!! I'm so glad for you!! Isn't blogging fun!! thanks for stopping by and commenting on my precious little darlings!!
We are in the throws of planning the wedding!!
And she is still looking for a job! Prayers, Please!!
Love you!!

nancy huggins said...

You are absoutely right...that is a perfect spot for the cross and it does look very nice next to the sheep. That was a really great giveaway.

Sally said...

Congratulations on Winning. The cross is stunning. It is a nice inspiration piece to any room. Bloggers are the best people.

skoots1mom said...

looks so good...
Robin was excited when she found that cross, and I know she loved passing it on to you...
love your sheep, too!