The excitement always builds this time of the year...cause
That means it's time for a new box of goodies from them!
They upped the ante this time.
We were given the toughest challenge for this ole girl, yet.
We had to make a video and post it to Facebook.
Let just say, I have a whole new appreciation for actors, now.
I thought it would be easier if I wasn't in it.
I can out talk, the best of them...
but turn on a camera and my train of thought was out the window.
If I'd had a clap board, I would have long run out of room to write down
the number of takes on it.
Watch it if you dare!
Oh, and lets just count how many times I said the word
There's no where to go, but "up" from here.
You know what? You deserve a give away if you have endured this video.
Tell me in a comment, just how many times I said the word "wonderful".
I'll pick one lucky winner with the correct answer, on Sat Aug 3rd.
I've got a surprise package of goodies.
Unfortunately, with postage rates as high as they are, you must live in the USA.
It really is just a beautiful box of goodies, to behold!
and our industry partners
Our "Beat the Heat" blog hop starts next month...
We are showing off all new new lines of fabrics,
that are on your store shelves now.
You won't want to miss it!
til next time...
Keep on Stitchin'
You did a 'wonderful' video. :) I only counted 6 'wonderful' words.ReplyDelete
I counted "Wonderful" 6 times. I didn't count "great" and "beautiful" - ehheheheeReplyDelete
I also counted 6 wonderfuls. I think we all use wonderful and awesome quite a bit. You did a great job.💚ReplyDelete
I think you said “great” more than Wonderful but who’s counting-6. LOL. These were all great and wonderful, those purples and greens were amazing but my favorite was that almond batik.ReplyDelete
Total of 6 wonderfuls. I shy away from videos because I think it helps to have it scripted and rehearsed. A lot of work.ReplyDelete
Wonderful is such a wonderful word, so saying it six times is okay. You did a great job on this and it looks like a really amazing collection of products. I'm sure you'll make some "wonderful" projects with them. xoReplyDelete
Your video was wonderfully well-done!! I only counted 6 wonderfuls. I expected more so I had to listen to it again. Nicely done! Lucky you to work with all that wonderful fabric!ReplyDelete
Hi Joan! I also only counted six wonderfuls - not too many! I love your clever idea for not being in the video but narrating it. It still met the IBA challenge yet you didn't have to be nervous on camera. Great job and I love the idea of those solids for appliqué and not worrying about shadows. Great tip! ~smile~ RoseanneReplyDelete
Six wonderfuls. I had to go back and watch your video a second time to count. The first time I watched I was too busy ogling all of the awesome goodies you received. Terrific job on the video!ReplyDelete
wonderful for six times. I did enjoy your videoReplyDelete
Six times. I thought you did a nice job! Beth @ Words & StitchesReplyDelete
Okay, I haven't watched it yet but am about to! I am in the same boat as you. Hate being in front of a camera. I even hate hearing my voice on the answering machine!!ReplyDelete