With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart: German Star Winner is...

Thursday, December 16, 2010

German Star Winner is...


Lady Farmer!
My very sweet blogging friend with several delightful blogs who was one of my first followers and left the first comment on this giveaway post.  How fun that the number 1 was chosen by Random Number Generator!

What a joy it has been to be blogging for two years and meet so many terrific friends!
I have been astonished at the response to my German Star Tutorial!  It is by far my most popular post.

Here are a couple of stats since I first posted it last year:
This staggering number is total number of times someone has viewed this post as of this morning.
The above number is just for pageviews for December 2010.  Amazing!
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I know I have enjoyed making these pretty paper stars and I imagine many of you have too.
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I would love to know if you have made some stars too ~ please leave a comment if you have!

Thank you all for being my friend!

13 comments:

hip-chick said...

These are such beautiful stars. I am glad that she won because I truly enjoy her blogs.

Mildred said...

Congrats to the lucky winner and congrats to you too Lorraine for the popularity of these beautiful stars!

Lady Farmer said...

Can you hear the squeels of delight coming from my corner of the country?!!! I am SOO excited to be the winner of your precious German Stars! Many of the ornaments on my tree are handmade from friends and family! Your stars are another precious addition that I will cherish for years to come. Thank you, Lorraine!
(And random number generator! Who would ever think that #1 would be chosen!):~D

Beth said...

Congratulations to Lady Farmer! Your stars are just exquisite, especially the colored ones.

Susan said...

Dear LDH...Your German stars are beautiful...I would like a gallaxy of them. Happy for the winner, though. WOWSERS, they are sure populaR! Imagine all those page turns. GOOD FOR YOU, LDH. Awesome. Have a great night. Susan

Ann said...

Congratulations to lady farmer.
Those are some very impressive numbers but not really surprising. Your video tutorial was excellent. It was so easy to understand and I managed to make several of them.

Leann said...

These are just soo lovely. Congrats to her.

And thank you for your friendship too my friend!

Merry Christmas!
Leann

NanaDiana said...

Congrats to the winner. YOUR stars are beautiful...Thank you so much for posting those tutorials...I will go back and check them out when I have a chance. I have ALWAYS wanted to learn to make them. Hugs-Diana

Dayle said...

Such elegance! Congrats to the winner. A blessed Christmas to you and yours, blogging friend.

Lisa RedWillow said...

How very very beautiful. I love to decorate for christmas.
Have a wonderful day.

Leslie said...

i hope she enjoys them as much as i love mine from last year....they hang on a branch year round in my kitchen window

La Tea Dah said...

My mother made some of these stars for a Christmas tree when I was a child. I still have them --- and place them on my tree each year.

Merry Christmas!

Sharkbytes said...

I just made my first one- so easy! I'll have to think about making a bunch and waxing them. A couple of years ago I made Polish Porcupine Balls. They are great, but much more work. Hope you accept links http://sharedreviews.com/article/making-a-polish-porcupine-ball-tips-and-history

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