I’d like to invite everyone to please enter my Fresh Fiction “Dog Days of Summer” Contest, if you haven’t done so already. Prize is a signed copy of Killer Wedding Cake and a $20 gift card from the bookseller of your choice! For more details, click here. Good luck!!!!
I’d like to invite everyone to join the Killer Wedding Cake Escape with Dollycas Great Escapes Virtual Book Tour! Lots of fun and giveaways.
Today’s stop: Back Porchervations – Review and book giveaway!
Thanks to all of you who have ensured that Killer Wedding Cake is enjoying a successful launch! Please note that the .99 price for the book in digital format will expire on July 6. At that time, the price will increase to $2.99. The paperback price will remain at $9.99.
So, if you haven’t had a chance to order your ebook copy of Killer Wedding Cake, please do so before the price goes up!
Thank you again for your support and encouragement! Hugs!!!
Today we’re learning a basketweave needlepoint stitch from Needlepoint For Fun:
I hope you enjoy it and that you have a wonderful week!
Are you planning on attending the 2015 Oklahoma State Sugar Art Show? Gayle Trent and I are! Queen of Cakes Kerry Vincent has invited us to be there to promote Killer Wedding Cake!
This year’s theme is Fashion Week. We can hardly wait to see all the beautiful cakes, to see Ms. Vincent again, and to meet some of the wonderful cake artists (fingers crossed that Rosemary Galpin will be there)!
So, will you be there? If so, please let me know!
Today I want to talk with you guys about the big finish! And, to do so, I want to share a project sent to me by my dear friend Donna Wattier. Donna made this to commemorate the release of Wicked Stitch–my latest adventure–written by Amanda Lee.
Look at how Donna made a border around the finished design and added an adorable ribbon bow to accent the piece. She also used the same ribbon to make a hanger for the frame. See how these thoughtful touches add even more to the piece? It’s absolutely wonderful!
I know that you–like Donna–have put a lot of time and hard work into your beautiful creation. Follow her example and use your artistic flair to make your piece even better!
For more ideas on finishing embroidery projects, click the links below:
Sew Mama Sew – How to Finish Frame Embroidery
Embroidery Finishing – A Pinterest Board by Becky MacKay