Monday, January 30, 2012

Queenie’s Wee Give-Away

February 1 is Saint Brigid of Ireland day.  A little known holiday that is very special to Queenie and Honey Man as it is our wedding anniversary.

In honor of Saint Brigid and in thanksgiving for four wonderful years with Honey Man, Queenie will have her first wee give-way.

In Ireland tis tradition for school children to make St. Brigid crosses out of rushes and give them to the folks of their village.  Alas, Queenie's kingdom in Arizona does not grow rushes but I did find a suitable replacement for the crafting of a cross for this 1st give-away.

Queenie also found a wee cloisonné bell perfect for tea parties and ringing in waves of happiness to sweep aside any winter blues that can hide in the corners about this time of year.

Queenie’s first wee give-way includes…
*UPDATED 2/6/12*
2 Irish Lucky Randomly Selected Winners
Will receive a Saint Brigid cross and tiny tea bell

How to enter and win… Only two baby steps…

1.   Leave Queenie a comment, and
2.   Kindly be a follower of Queenie’s wee blog


*UPDATED 2/6/12* 
On February 13, 2012, Queenie will post the randomly selected winners.

The best of Irish luck to all.

Have a great day.

Always, Queenie Believe

16 comments:

Linda in New Mexico said...

Oh congratulations on your wedding anniversary. How lovely that you are having a giveaway in honor of your nuptials. I would love to be included in this fabulous and wonderfully magickal giveaway. Thanks Queenie. Oma Linda

Vivienne Moss said...

All so very beautiful. I would love to be in the give-away.

Blessings, V.

Jennifer said...

Oh Queenie! This makes me so happy! I celebrate St. Brigid's day because I am of Irish extraction and LOVEEEE Irish traditions. These crosses are BEAUTIFUL! Bravo!

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh WOW, Queenie, congratulations on your anniversary!!!! I know that there will be romance in the palace!!! What a fabulous giveaway--WOW!!
XO
Cindy

A Magical Whimsy said...

The crosses are so very lovely. I love your handiwork. Anything Irish is amazing to me. And the bell is stunning. Yes, kindly enter me in your giveaway and I have been a follower for a while.
Smiles ;)
Teresa in California

AlphaBetsy said...

Happy Anniversary!! What a beautiful giveaway. I love Brigid's crosses, but I have never made one myself. And that bell is amazing.

Carole said...

Happy Anniversary to you both! I'd love to take my lucky chances at winning this most generous give away.

Michele said...

oh Queenie i'm so glad i stopped by today! happy anniversary and happy st brigid's day! i love the crosses and the bell and would be delighted to be in your pool! happy all! xo from michele

Hettienne said...

Dear Queenie, congratulations on your wedding anniversary and on those St Bridgit's crosses - they are not that easy to make. I have a very special place in my heart for Bridgit and I spent some time in Kildare with the Brigidine nuns and tried my hand at those crosses - they can be quite tricky. Stop by tomorrow at Path of Divine Love and read some more about my pilgrimage. blessings

Anonymous said...

Oh how lovely was the morning of the first day of February in the year 2012 ~ and I was fortunate to be in the presence of Queenie and Honey Man as it unfolded. I'd be honored to be the recipient of your wee giveaway. Love to you both!
Sister Redlands

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Congrats to you and your Honey Man!!! I hope you had a most lovely anniversary. I love Celtic traditions so much. Those crosses you crafted are absolutely lovely - and what a wonderful bell. :) Thank you for sharing such beautiful gifts for your first giveaway. I do follow you, by the way. I just always seem to fall behind in my blog visits...sign. :)

Mina said...

What a lovely giveaway! I would be honored to enter. Happy, happy anniversary to you and your beloved.

Taluula said...

I love your refreshing style, Miss Queenie. Happy wedding anniversary and wishing you many, many more.

Dezinaworld said...

Happy to follow Queenie and loving your givaway but mostly your blog
hugs June x

Daniella said...

I actually knew it was Saint Brigid of Ireland day!!! I didn't know the children made crosses, thanks for the additional info!!! That beautiful bell would be so wonderful to win! Thank you for the chance!!
Congratulations to you and the Man on your 4 years of fairytale wedding bliss!!
xxDaniella

Terry said...

This is my first visit and how much fun it was! I am happy to follow and would love to be included in this lovely blog candy! Have a great evening!

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