Thursday, February 18, 2010

First Blog Giveaway of 2010!!!

I'm hosting my FIRST EVER blog giveaway!!! Isn't this exciting?? Has the New Year been treating you well?? Try your luck with this Guessing Game Giveaway!!

I've done this in the Etsy Forum before but never tried the blog so here it goes...

1. Guess a Number between 1-100, guess the winning number and you an amazing prize...
2. You MUST be a follower of my blog. =) show some love.
Each follower may guess THREE (3) times!! guess wisely ^_~

Hint: Don't guess all at once. Take your time, see what numbers are left and guess again and again (Up to 3 times).

I will announce the winner when I see the winning number!! I will be posting throughout the game so you can eliminate numbers =) Game is over once the winning number has been guessed!

Ok...the Prize!!! YAY!!

A Sea Glass Necklace with a Star Charm (Worth $15). This is such a cute necklace!! This can be yours for FREE (free shipping too), IF you guess the right number ^_~

Gooooooooooooood Luckkkkkkkkkkk!!!

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Year of the Tiger!

Happy Lunar New Year~~

I'm going to feature some Asian and Tiger items today in the spirit of the New Year's.

First up...
"Happy New Year" Lantern by Matoby88.
From left to right, the words literally means.. New Year Happy. =D aka Happy New Year LOL.

Next up...

Year of the Tiger Paper-cut by Foldoutcards. There are 12 animals (zodiac's?) in the Lunar Calendar. 2010 is Tiger. 2011 is Rabbit then Dragon then on so on. To see a complete list click here .

Last one for the day...

This is one thing that all kids look forward to when the New Year is here! RED ENVELOPES!! (aka, money envelope)

This is such a cute envelope!! By Katwright. From what my parents told me... children and young adults who are not married are allow to receive and those who are married are suppose to give. (My cousin said he'll never get marry because of this LOL) Chinese people (at least my family) give out red envelopes for everything! Birthdays, births, marriage, etc. They don't believe in "presents" like..actual items. Not that they don't believe but I don't think the Chinese are accustomed to "buying" presents. Anyhow, better for me ^^

That is all for today, I hope you like my blog, I'm still working on it. I've been a little busy lately. To all my fellow Asians and all those who are going to celebrate the Lunar New Year, Happy New Year!! Maybe the year of the Tiger bring you many joy, fortune and luck! For all those who celebrate V-day, Have a warm and cozy Valentine's Day!!