October 29, 2012

sharing the giveaway love


It's fall in Montana.

A very pretty fall, in fact.


But for the moment, forget about fall and start thinking Christmas because my vintage loving,  pretty pillow making friend Amy, is having a giveaway.

And it's not just an ordinary giveaway.

It is quite possibly the coolest giveaway ever.

I want it.

I want it a lot.


A couple years ago, Amy made a very cool Christmas tree out of vintage Christmas ornaments.

It was very creative and very pretty and I immediately made plans to find an old window screen and craft my very own vintage ornament Christmas tree.

I'll give you three guesses as to my progress on that front.

But, here's the fabulous news.  Amy has made another beautiful vintage ornament tree and is giving it away on her blog.

Giving!

It!

Away!

To one of us!

So, if you would like to have your very own, one of a kind work of vintage Christmas art, pop on over to Amy's blog to enter yourself in the giveaway.

Happy Monday!

29 comments:

  1. Hey! You are too nice -- thanks for this beautiful shout out! So happy to see fall in Montana doesn't include rain or snow just yet...and I bet there's going to be a sudden surge in Montana tourism after this post. Thanks, Friend! xo

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  2. When you mentioned "Christmas tree out of vintage Christmas ornaments" I knew exactly which amazingly talented Amy you were talking about. I have dreams about that tree! BTW, we have none of those pointy things in Ohio. Mountains, I mean. It must be wonderful to live with that type of scenery out your front door.

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  3. Oh my goodness.. thanks for sharing the magnificence of your home! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  4. Beautiful pictures!! Isn't Amy's giveaway great?! She has the knack. Happy Halloween to you :>)

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  5. Ok... I cannot believe you shared this with all of us... as in we are now potential winners too :) Of course, with karma and all you and your unselfish sharing will probably send a win your way! And you're right, this is the coolest thing I've seen with vintage ornaments... now I need to find myself a beat up old screen so that I can make one of these myself... but wait, I live in an old house with old windows and all I have are beat up old screens... so the question now is... cute tree or no bugs next summer? Hmmmmm....

    ~Chris

    PS love the autumn photos from Montana!

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  6. Wow! It is so beautiful in Montana!!
    I want to move there now!

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  7. Thanks for sharing about this! (And for blogging again and sharing your breath-taking photos)

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  8. Beautiful photos..I checked out Amy's blog and love the tree on the screen she made..Looking forward to seeeing what yours looks like when finished..Have a great day..

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  9. Hi there, I haven't been to Montana before but am always so in awe of her beauty-except her winters are much harder than ours. Love your pics. Heading to Amy's to look at her giveaway now. My F-I-L used to make jewelry Christmas trees that were so beautiful.
    Have a great evening and thanks for the heads up.
    Hugs, Noreen

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  10. God really painted fall beautiful in Montana! Thanks for sharing!

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  11. Ornament Giveaway is delightful!

    Your photos are stunningly beautiful . . .

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  12. Gorgeous photos!! Amy's tree is so sweet!! xo Heather

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  13. Love the photos of Montana. Cody (my snow loving son) only shows me pics of the mountains in Montana with snow. Nice to see a warmer side of the mountains.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  14. Love seeing your neck of the woods through the seasons. These are spectacular ~ as are Amy's creations!!!

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  15. so happy to see your post :) thank you for sharing about the giveaway!

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  16. Gorgeous photos of fall in Montana - my dream is to someday live in either Montana, Wyoming, Colorado or South Dakota. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  17. This place is so beautiful!Really breathtaking!Thanks for sharing the amazing photos!

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  18. Teresa, these are some of the most beautiful images I've seen in a long time. What an amazing view that must be in person. Thank you so much for sharing it : )

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  19. Soooo beautiful!! - your pictures. And that vintage tree. Going over now to visit Amy's blog and probably stay a while, too. Isn't it awesome to be bloggers, we get to see what's happening on the other side of the world...

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  20. Gorgeous pictures of Montana fall! wow. I love Amy's tree!! and have my fingers crossed. Have a great weekend!

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  21. beautiful shots looks so peacful and quiet love it !!!!

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  22. Very nice, thanks for the information.

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  23. Just stopping by to say howdy...have you fine folks had any snow yet...a big hello and smiles from this lovely little valley.

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  24. Love the pictures!!
    Nancy
    http://wildoakdesigns.blogspot.com

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  25. Your part of the world is just gorgeous! And now I'm heading over to see Amy's blog, although I'm probably too late for the giveaway.

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  26. Beautiful Montana landscapes. I love the dominant colors appearing in the pictures and the shed makes it more dramatic.

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  27. These are the heavenly farms.
    thanks for giving us chance to see them.

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  28. The farm looks a great place to live

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