We have a winner!

We have a winner to the Calendar giveaway 2012. In total there were 31 worthy winners with the very best intentions and aspirations for the coming year. The random number generator chose number 15 which is Ta Dah…… 4roomsandthemoon

This is what she wrote-
“my plan this year is to worry less about things that aren't really important! More time spent for making art - and just "seeing" the gifts in front of my steps!”

Thank you so much to everyone who took part both old friends and new. Happy New Year to all of you x


  1. Congratulations to your very lucky winner!

  2. Happy New Year, dear Valerie.
    Your calendar is so very pretty. I'm sure the winner will be thrilled.
    My resolution is to visit your blog more often so I can be a winner again as I was last year with the lovely bird book!
    All best wishes

  3. Congrats to the winner - how lucky she is to win one of your lovely art works.

  4. Thank you, Valerie - I so admire your work and am thrilled to have this calendar!

  5. Congratulations to the winner, they are sure to treasure your beautiful work!

  6. Even in this modern age of technology I love to have a calendar to hang up. Happy New Year Valerie. x

  7. I guess I am a little late getting here, but the winner is congratulated.
    MY main resolution is to finish this book I have been working on for 2 years. AND, to NOT plant another garden, I think 7 gardens is enough for any rational person.
    Wishing you a successful and happy year, Valerie!

  8. Looks like you had a fun giveaway. The calendars are great! I love the clean look of your blog. I am making a new blog for my note cards and am wondering if you had to do something special to get the images on the right hand column of your blog to have no drop shadow. I would rather not have drop shadows on some images, but it is there by default. Hope you are having a wonderful new year.

  9. Valerie, I also offer my congratulations to the lucky winner.

    Thank you for your very kind comments over at my place. The little popcorned hat is crocheted from its pointed top down to the final all black edging row. It's mostly done in single crochet, with a few of those textural popcorn stitches thrown into the mix every now and then.

    Winter has finally gotten cold here, and we might just get a little snow before this time tomorrow.


  10. Just to let you know that I am passing the 'Versatile Blogger' Award on to you - it is for a recently discovered blog that you enjoy reading. Pop over to my blog at http://awomanofthesoil.blogspot.com for more details. Congratulations

  11. I have been marvelling at your amazing artistic talent over at your Etsy Shop! How very beautiful your work is. Is inspiration holding your hand right now?

    See you soon,


  12. You has a great article. I'm very interesting to stopping here and leaves you a comment. Good work.

    Lets keep writing and share to us and other.

    Nb: Dont forget to leave your comment back for us.

  13. So happy to have found you Valerie (through Jeri Lander's latest posting). Wonderful to peruse what you're doing and to tune into a creative life.

    Sending warm joy across the miles,

    Sharon Lovejoy Writes from Sunflower House and a Little Green Island