On Friday, this blog reached 10,000 views! Awesome!

Small elephant says, “HURRAY!”

So, as a little celebratory thank-you gift to you, my dear readers, I want to offer… a GIVE-AWAY!

You may not know, but I am a maker of small things. Do you like small things? Do you like trees? Would you like to win a VERY SMALL TREE??

Why yes, I’m about the same size as a quarter.

If you want a tiny wire tree all your own (or something else — I make larger small trees, small fairy dolls, jewelry, and drawings of stick figures — if you win, we’ll talk), all you have to do is link back to this blog via your own blog, Facebook, or Twitter, and show me in the comments that you did so!

So, let’s review:

1. You can win a Kristin-made craft, most likely a teeny, customized tree!

2. To enter the contest, link back to my blog via your blog, Facebook, or Twitter, and leave a link to your share in my comments. If you share in multiple places, you get multiple entries!

3. At the end of the week, I’ll put all the entries in a hat, and my husband will pick a name! Friday will be the last day to get your name in the hat.

4. As a bonus, if you FOLLOW this blog with EMAIL UPDATES this week, I’ll put your name in THREE ADDITIONAL TIMES.

I have the best readers on the internet. Seriously, you guys are awesome. Thank you for helping me stay afloat all this time.

11 thoughts on “Celebr’tree!

  1. This is the first time that I’ve ever stumbled across your blog, but I have to say — between that elephant and that tree, you are winning me over with adorable. 🙂

    And so I did in fact link back with my Twitter, @jaceyfaye!

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  4. LOVE the little trees, Kristin! “Maker of small things” I love it! 🙂

    They remind me of one I have myself (very similar) that I bought in Poland. It’s quite a bit bigger than a quarter (about 4 inches tall), and in Poland they’re known as “drzewa szczescia” or lucky trees. 🙂 I got mine at the Wieliczka salt mine outside of Krakow.

    Now I want a Kristin tree…hmmm….how to get one? Hehe.

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