Tuesday, January 25, 2011

And The Winner's Are . . .

Alright, lets get right to it.  Oh, and one of these days I am going to figure out how to add the little Random.Org generator boxes.  Every time I try and cut and paste them they just go back to their original look, without the generated number.  If anyone knows how to do this, I would appreciate the enlightenment.


The first winner choosen by Mr. Random.org himself is  (drum roll please)   -   #65 -  Jan
   She choose Prize #3 first so she will be receiving the Fat Quarters





The second winner choosen by Mr. Random.org himself is  (drum roll please)   -   # 7 - KristyLou 
   She choose Prize #1 first so she will be receiving the Holiday Charm Pack

  



The first winner choosen by Mr. Random.org himself is  (drum roll please)   -   #35 - Jessica
   She choose #2 first so she will be recieving the Custom AppliquĂ©.





Congrats to the winners, I have sent you emails :)  

And if you didn't win, don't be sad . . . I have a prize for everyone!!!  Come back Thursday when my next Moda Bake Shop tutorial will be released.  Don't you just love free tutorials? I know I do!!   I am so super excited about this new pattern.  I will leave you with this hint . . .Kate Spain and Central Park!!  Oh ya!!!

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12 comments:

  1. Yay for the winners! You've made their whole week, I'm sure!
    Isn't Central Park such a great line? I love it! I'm getting excited about your quilt along, too. Dug around in the stash and pulled a box of fabric together! Yipee!

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  2. Oh, very excited for your tutorial!!!

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  3. I can tell you how I do the random generator thing... I am not sure it is the most efficient. Email me and I will tell you.

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  4. Oh, thank you! I REALLY wanted those charms :) I can't wait to geth them.

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  5. The only way I would know how to print/copy off the random number generator results would be a screen print. My laptop is "Prnt Scrn". Others would be different. I would then go to my photo editor and select "new from clipboard", crop the screen print, and save it as a jpg.

    Maybe others would have a better solution? If so, I would so love to hear what it is!

    PS Looking forward to the tutorial. :-)

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  6. Congratulations to the winners of the '300' giveaway - woot-woot! Will make sure to make the tutorial and quilt along.

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  7. Congrats to the winners!!
    Melissa, I had the same problem when I had a giveaway yesterday...the random generator deleted the winning number after it was picked. I think it needs to be pasted into the post, I pasted mine on the right side of my blog page and thats why it didn't hold the numbers. If you find out anything different let me know!

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  8. Thanks for the win. It'll help with my Fabric Diet pledge. I'm looking forward to your tutorial.

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  9. Congrats to the winners. I'm looking forward to Thursday!!

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  10. Ooooo - I LOVE Moda Base Shop tutorials - I am very excited to see yours with that fun fabric! THANK YOU (in advance LOL) for all the work you put into it!

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  11. OOO! Can't wait to see the tutorial you've got up your sleeve! I fell in love with your sugar pop quilt so much that's it's haunted me for 2 weeks, trying to decide whether to buy the stuff for it...should I...shouldn't I...but I just found a quilt shop with LOADS of matching Moda stuff (really rare here in the UK!) and had to get it. I'm making it out of 'Boutique'. Will post pics when I'm done! And thank you!

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  12. I would use Snagit. You can download a free trial (do a google search). It lets you "take a picture" of whatever you want on your screen and save it to your computer.

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from each and every one of you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa