Sunday, February 17, 2013

Look what the mailman brought

Awhile back, I won Serendipitous Stitching's contest for Halloween.  You can check out her blog here.
So on Tuesday we received in the mail a notice that we had a envelope that was being delivered registered mail and that we had to sign for it.  My hubby signed in the box and left it in the mail box Wednesday morning for the mailman.  When we got home Wednesday evening, the card was in the mailbox and apparently my hubby signed in the wrong spot.  (Even though it really looked like he signed in the correct spot).  So we decided that since we both had Friday off, we would just pick it up on our way to go running errands.  I could not figure out what it was.  
At the post office, my hubby inside, I thought, huh, I wonder if Jo sent the package to me by registered mail, and she did!  My hubby came out with an envelope addressed to me from England.  Joy!
So, here is what I saw when I opened my package:

Cute little pumpkin sticker!  Beautiful purple and pink tissue paper.  What was on the other side?
This little guy!
And what was on the inside you ask?
Well this is the back of the little ornament.  And here is the front:
I love this little guy so much.  Adorable!  I want the pattern so that I can create my own and give some away.  He will hang up year round, I just haven't found a great place for him yet.
This lovely pattern which I plan on stitching soon.
A lovely magnet which now resides on my fridge.
Glow in the dark floss!  Not sure yet what I am going to make with this, but you can bet I will be using it!
Halloween themed charms.  I love these little guys.  So adorable.  
The letter Jo sent with it all.  I love the frog sticker at the bottom.
And here it is all together.  

Thank you Jo!  I love every thing you sent.  




14 comments:

  1. What a wonderful prize from Jo! Everything is fantastic! Congratulations on being so lucky!

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  2. Someone got spoiled! Great stuff that Jo sent you, what fun. I'll have to look into the glow in the dark floss, my youngest would love something made with that!

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    1. Yes I did! I am still debating what to make with it as well.

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