Yeah!! I've reached 200 followers! To celebrate, I'm giving away this 6" x 6" cupcake painting titled
A worn and stained recipe is the background for this coffee flavored mocha dessert. Milk chocolate frosting also flavored with a hint of espresso is swirled on top of the cupcake. Chocolate sprinkles add the finishing touch. This yummy creation is wrapped in an aqua and red paper liner. A tiny red bow is glued to the cupcake and a red and white dotted ribbon is wrapped around the edges.
To win this little "calorie free" piece of artwork leave a comment on this post. I've had a lot of people ask me how to do this and you simply proceed to the end of this post and at the bottom it will have a tiny link that says "comment". Just move your cursor over the word comment and click. Please leave me your email address if you don't have a blog link or I won't be able to contact you. If you don't leave your email address, I will have to draw again and go on to the next person. Your email will only be used to contact the winner. I don't share or sell email addresses.
For a second chance to win, link to this post on your blog or facebook and then come back and leave another comment letting me know you have done this.
For a third chance to win, become a follower here or on facebook and then leave another comment letting me know.
If you are already a follower comment again to inform me for another chance.
Deadline is Oct. 1st. I will announce the winner on Oct. 2nd.
Guess what else? I've finished my fall painting and it's now up for bid on ebay.
The “10th Annual Autumn Ban Dance & Hayride” is in full swing at the Morton homestead. Karen and Howard look forward to entertaining friends and family with a hoedown in the barn each fall. Their three strong sons, Rickie, Jerry, and Bob, help their father prepare the day ahead by carving pumpkins and placing hay bales inside the barn for seating. Jack o lanterns glow from the windows guiding happy guests to the large red barn. Mom spends the day making huge kettles of chili and a hearty beef stew to serve to her guests. She always has an appetizing meal spread out on picnic tables covered with country red and white checked table cloths. Kid’s eyes glaze over at the sight of candied apples, popcorn balls, cookies & pies. Lucy, the Morton’s daughter, serves up a pretty smile along with some hot spiced cider to the boys standing in line hoping to ask her to dance. No one goes home hungry after this party!
The children enjoy bobbing for apples and hayrides while moms and dads swing their partners across the hay strewn dance floor. Effie, the family cat and her new babies watch the entertainment from a hay bale outside the doorway and try to stay out from under foot while one of the kittens tries to sneak in the side door. Every year the party tends to grow as news spreads throughout the village about this fun filled event!