American Miniaturist Magazine June's issue is available with my Bridal Gown tutorial! Please click on the link above to order your copy today!!!
It is only fitting for me to give a way the Bridal Gown made for the tutorial and show a finished project. The picture to the right shows how I finished the tutorial with embelishments.
Yes, it does look much better in person. Be the lucky winner by joining my blog and leave a comment for this Bridal Gown on this post only! Deadline is Thursday, May 31, 2012. A comment from this post only will be drawn from a hat at 9:15pm PDT. All drawings will end Pacific Daylight Time.
For Mother's Day give a way Bridal Gown, please go to the post for April 26, 2012 and leave a comment for a chance to win.
For a chance to win the beautiful orange and green dress you must leave your comment on the April 15, 2012 post for a chance to win!
Love and hugs to all of you reading my blog and leaving those wonderful comments for a chance to win. The comments keep me motivated to give away more.
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Looks like I am the first!! Oh I would love to win this dress!!!! thanks for the offer Felma!!
This is a dress worthy of a special roombox to display it.
I'd love to win it. Will spread the news of this giveaway on the sidebar of my blog. Thanks and a hug, Drora
Hi Felma,I'm in love with your dress and I'd love to participate in this sweet giveaway please,Miniregards.
Felicidades por la publicación de tu tutorial, precioso , buen fin de semana :)
Another! You're very generous. The Bridal Gown is wonderful and I cross my fingers...
I put the link on my blog.
Congrats on being published! Beautiful beautiful gown.
Felicidades por tu publicacíón , es muy bonito el vestido, espero tener suerte, gracias, besitos Ana (mucuy)
Your work is beautiful; would love to add this item to my collection. Enjoyed meeting you at the Chicago International show and am definitely going to order the magazine!
felicidades por la publicación!!, el vestido es realmente precioso, tal vez sea porque coser se me da fatal pero valoro muchísimo los trabajos de costura, de alta costura en este caso,a ver si tengo suerte....
Oh!You are so talented! My dolls are usually naked, I do not know how to make clothes for them. I hate clothes that they have on the purchase.
I have just found your wonderful blog, I get the magazine and was only yesterday drooling over your creations, I would love to win this, my son is getting married next year and this would look good in the shadow box I am making for them, I do hope I am lucky
Wow, is the only word I can say! Do you design real dresses? Please include me in you contest. Im adding a link to your wed site.
Que vestido mas precioso!!! digno de un salon especial, me gustaría participar en tu sorteo te anuncio en mi blog!!
Besos de las Malu´s.
Thank You! These comments are wonderful and I appreciate them to the fullest. They encourage me to make another dress for someone to win next month (June). Please don't forget to read the tutorial I wrote on how to make your own dress in June's issue of American Miniaturist Magazine. Make the dress yourself and send pictures for me to post on my blog. That will be a lot of fun. If you don't have a source for mannequins, I have some for auction on eBay for buyers in the United States. Well, that made me think of something else. Google: Dollhouse Miniature Mannequins and see what you can find, but also check back with my blog because I just came up with an idea to give away an undressed mannequin or two during the month of May, ending with the other two give-a-ways on May 31st!
If you know another reliable source for mannequins, please let me know and I will post the information on my blog for others to see.
Welcome to all followers and thank you. It inspires me to keep blogging and give-a-way something every time I see one more follower and one more comment. That is what blogging is all about, like writing a book and experiencing the feeling of hope that someone reads it. It is a great feeling when someone like you enjoys it too! Thank you. Again, WELCOME!
Again, thanks to all of you very much for reading and leaving these inspiring comments. Felma
This is also a very beautiful bridal dress. I love your work. Please count me in. I put a link to my sidebar.
Hugs from Craftland
Hi Felma! This dress is amazing! Please count me in!
Great post. Thanks for sharing this to us. That wedding gown is really elegant. Thumbs up!!
Beautiful work! I just discovered your blog from the winner of your wedding gown giveaway. I'd love to own one of your beauties, sign me up!
Wow what a beautyfull dress! so well made, so delicate and fine!
Your dresses are wonderful!
I've just found your blog surfing the web: please count me in your give away :-)
hola q vestido mas bonito bueno todo lo q haces es fantastico te felicito me anotas para el sorteo te dejo mi correo es email@example.com gracias
Mercedes ,sonrisas.Preciosos tus vestidos ,no se si habra suerte pero apuntame por favor.No tengo blog,te dejo mi correo firstname.lastname@example.org,sigo tentando a la suerte.
no se si me has apuntado ya si es posible me gustaria participar. email@example.com
No se bajarme el tutorial,si alguien me lo explica se lo agradecere
Hi Felma! Congratulations on American Miniaturist magazine--what an honor, and you so deserve it! :-D Jennifer
Madre mia Felma!!! que vestido mas bonito!!! bueno en realidad todos los que haces son preciosos, pero este es maravilloso, me encantara participar en tu sorteo, si quieres pasate por mi blog que tambien estoy de sorteo, besos.
Wow! That wedding gown is really elegant. I so like it! Thanks for sharing this to us.
How generous of you Felma! Please count me in for this draw too, if I was so fortunate as to win it I know that it would be the centrepiece of my wedding shop - at the moment totally lacking in the bridal gown area. In fact it wouldn't need any other wedding gown, this would be enough by itself! I will put a photo of it on my blog as always. Hugs and God bless, Sandie (Snippets from my Studio)
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