Saturday 14 December 2013

TWO Giveaway Day winners!

Thank you to EVERYONE who entered my two 'Sew Mama Sew' linked giveaways over this past week.  I tried to reply to as many as I could but I just ran out of time!  So many funny jokes were listed - I will share two of my favourites at the bottom of the blog post!   And as for favourite notion - people love their seam rippers, rotary cutters and thread.  I agree, agree and agree!! 

The winner of the SUPPLIES [Giveaway #1] is:

Sarah, whose joke was courtesy of her 6 year old: 
What do you call an eskimo's house with no toilet?  

An Ig

The winner of the HANDMADE ITEM (the Christmasy striped fabric lined drawstring gift bag which will be packed full of surprises) [Giveaway #2] is:

Joanne who said: Sharp pIns, but yet I can never find enough in this house. 
My husbands bare feet seem to find them easily enough though!  Thanks so much 
for the chance of a second brilliant giveaway! 

I have just emailed the winners and I will update the original giveaway blog posts as well.  Well done to you both and once again, a heartfelt thank you to everyone who entered [and particularly to those who follow my crazy ramblings of what shenanigans I get up to!]! 

Ok, here are my favourite jokes from the comments:

What do you call a cow with no legs?
 Ground beef!

I don't have any sewing jokes for you - I ran out of material!!!

What is brown and sticky?
A stick!

Yes, these made me laugh!  Those who know me KNOW that I cannot tell a joke to save myself, nor do I 'get' jokes very often ... but now I have a whole list of 'funny' (which is debatable!!) jokes to tell unsuspecting people!  Thanks for all your help everyone!!

Happy sewing!


Mrs Flying Blind... said...

Well done winners - Joanne is on a roll - she won mine too!!!

Tammy said...

Congratulations to Sarah and Joanne. Thank you for hosting the wonderful giveaways.

Gill said...

Congratulations to Sarah and Joanne!

Sonia said...

Congrats to the winners. Loved the jokes! I too can't tell a joke to save my life but managed to make my 7yr old laugh with the igloo joke :)