Sunday, January 13, 2013

In A Word Blog Hop (words 2 describe me)

Hey fellow hoppers,visitors,followers,lurkers,and stalkers...Welcome to my day to post some words about me :)

Firstly tho,a few words about Linda our Wonderful CheerLeader for this hop.  Without her organization and encouraging words,not to mention all of the inspiring tutorials she posted for us,I for one would have been a whole lot less Wordy ;)

Also a Big Shout Out to the One and Only Madame Samm who is always thinking on her feet,and coming up with the most wonderful ideas for these Blog Hops :)  Be sure to take a minute or 99... to hop on over and check out both of their blogs for oodles of Great Stuff!



Below is a list of links to all of the other lovely ladies who are also posting their own words today!  So Hop around to each blog for some Awesome Wordy Posts :)

Monday, January 14
Clothes and Crafts (Maria K.)
Simple Sew (Shirley T.)
Woolie Mammoth (Anna B.)
RocknQuilts (Mary Ann)
Celynn's Sunflower Patch (Celynn) You are here ;)
Quiltsmiles (Jane E.)
                                                    Feathered Nest Studio(Jennet)

On to my words...


The rules/guidelines for this hop were to use a word or words on fabric to describe ourselves and so let people get to know us better.  My inspiration came from seeing prayer flags on pinterest,you can read about the project here 

The first flag I made is the one on the left,with the word Believe,on the right is the second with the words Marine Mom,Here,and the square reads,Home is where the Heart is.  These two go hand in hand,which anyone who has a loved one in the Military knows all to well.  Especially when your loved one is deployed!  


The third and fourth flags...  "Life has no Blessing like a Good Friend" although I have not had many,because I have always been a little shy (which you would probably not guess if you just read my blog and have not met me in person) the ones I have are a True Blessing :) I used a few scraps to make the pinwheel center piece and hand wrote words that have to do with sewing.


Five,is made with buttons on scrap banners,another piece of scrap fabric that was attached with heat-n-bond,and fabric pens provided the color for flowers.  Six is yet another scrap with an antique sewing machine on it and the word quilter written in painters pen.


Seven,says Remember September-911 ~ Eight is in Remembrance of Sandy Hook
                           (These two speak for themselves)


Nine,is my favorite saying,since I am a the glass is half full girl and always try to keep a positive attitude :)  So there you have my words,which may or may not tell you something(s) you did not already know about me! 

Thanks for stopping by and enjoy the rest of the Hop ;)

Everyone who comments will be entered to win a surprise giveaway!  I will reveal the winner and what they have won on Friday evening :)
                                                          

100 comments:

  1. Your idea of a prayer flag to display your words is truly unique! I love that idea and am glad to meet you. Thank you for sharing and making a difference in this world. Jane

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  2. Thanks for sharing your beautiful words and prayer flags and the link back to the Prayer Flag Project ... :) Pat

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  3. Beautiful words and a great idea!

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  4. Cute and so many, are you going to hang them all together on one line like pendant flags?

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  5. I love the idea of flags. And great words. Well done!

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  6. They are very nice - thanks for sharing.

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  7. Wonderful idea to make flags with words! Thank you for sharing and the giveaway, jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  8. Very sweet projects. Thank you for sharing.

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  9. Cute projects! Thanks for sharing :D

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  10. Hi CeLynn, very original project. I like your friend flag and your words to live by. Have a great day

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  11. Your flags are very nice and your words are so wonderful. Thanks for sharing

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  12. Wonderful collection of word flags! Especially love the quilter one. Nice Job!

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  13. I never thought about making flags. What a great idea!

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  14. Great projects. I have never seen prayer flags and will be checking out that web page. Thanks!

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  15. Your flags are certainly heartfelt. Thank you for sharing.

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  16. Cute banners, thank you for sharing...

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  17. What sweet little flags! I would love to see how you will display them.

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  18. Great flags! I think #6 is my favourite!
    Thank you for sharing.

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  19. Some how I have missed the prayer flag project...fun idea. Will you be hanging them together or on single display?

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  20. alll of your words resonated with me Celynn, flag idea is perfect project..

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  21. Cute little flags. What a great idea!

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  22. This is a unique idea!! love what you did

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  23. Your flags are really cute. Thanks for having a give away. All surprises are great.

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  24. how clever you are! I never thought to make those cute flags you always see in shops!

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  25. Nice! Love all your variety in projects :)

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  26. Wonderful, CeLynn! You used so many different methods to get your words on your prayer banners. Great job!

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  27. Great banners, and definately "words" to live by!

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  28. Love them all, especially the 'day of choice' banner! What a great reminder!

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  29. Love your banners. All great words to live by. Thank you for sharing them with us.

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  30. Your banners are simply beautiful-

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  31. what a lovely idea and a great choice of words!

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  32. Wonderful little flags - they say it all and we all thank you for sharing this with us. Judy C

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  33. I hang seasonal banners in my front window which we had covered with a UV film. It was originally to protect a white kitty we had who had skin cancer. Unfortunately he's no longer with us, but because of him my banners don't fade. Thanks for sharing, from CA

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  34. Hi!!! WOW!!! These are wonderful!!! I love them all and the flags are a great idea!!! Thanks for the fun!!!

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  35. First, thank you to you and your deployed "person". The flags are so cool. thanks for the giveaway.

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  36. Have the Day of Your Choice. What a great thought. I love the pctures of the sunflowers, such a happy picture.

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  37. I really like your sunflower header, they are one of my favourite flowers as they are so cheerful. I only came across prayer flags last year on an american blog so they are quite new to me, we just don't have them in England. They are fun though and it also great to do a quick project. Thanks for sharing.
    ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  38. The banners are truely great. I am choosing to have a great day, I hope you do too.

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  39. I like your flags, especially the quilter flag.

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  40. What a great idea to use flags to display your words...love it! :O)

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  41. Love the banners. Thank you for sharing something so personal.

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  42. Wonderful little flags, I especially liked the friends flag.

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  43. I also like your sunflower header, makes me happy just looking at it. Your flags are wonderul.

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  44. I love your sunflowers as your header. Your flags are sew beautiful. Thanks for sharing...Judith, Texa

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  45. Your wonderful flags say it all! Thank you for sharing.
    jbechosend at sbcglobal dot net

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  46. What a fantastic way to meet "you"! Wonderful flags.

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  47. great job and such inspiration. I always love seeing alternate projects but this would also make a great quilt top.

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  48. Beautiful flags and I enjoyed the stories behind them!

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  49. Great Idea to use Flags for Words!!
    Blessings
    Gmama Jane

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  50. Love your sunflower heading. I appreciate your words, and agree, we can choose the day we want.

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  51. Fantastic array of words, each with so much meaning :)
    Thank you for sharing.

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  52. Really enjoyed your flags, well done.

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  53. I love the idea of flags. And you did such a great job on all of them. Thank you for sharing with us all.

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  55. Love your banners! A great way of reminding us of important people and events. Semper Fi from an Army/Air Force mom!

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  56. I love surprises! Thanks for the chance to win. Debbie

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  57. I love what you used for the flags. More inspiration for for me.

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  58. I am new to yoru blog. These prayer flags are quiet creative. This is the first time I have ever heard of them I will have to check them out over on Pinterest. Thank you for shareing all of your lovely projects with us.
    conn_and_vans_mom(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  59. what a fun idea! I love the prayer flag idea. Good job and thanks for sharing!

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  60. Wonderful contribution to InYourWord's Bloghop!

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  61. Thanks so much Love all your work. Thanks for being part of the hop.

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  62. Wow...I can't believe you made so many beautiful flags! Love them all. :). Blessings, marlene

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  63. Rosemary B here: these are really cute!
    I love them all. They will be great to display
    thank you for sharing your creativity

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  64. Your flags are so creative and the words are so meaningful - thanks for sharing.

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  65. I love your little flags you made! I'm going to have to make some of those, too! Great job and very creative on all of them!

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  66. Clever ways to make words. Well done!

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  67. My goodness, you were busy! What a wonderful idea to turn them into flags. I may just use that idea myself!!

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  68. What fun little flags you have made. I love using garden flags too. thanks for sharing them with us today
    in stitches

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  69. Wonderful job loved all of your flags and how you used them to show who you were. Thanks for sharing. Blessings Sandra

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  70. You have some great ideas for your flags... my favorite is "Quilter"!!

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  71. First, I LOVE your name. Really so beautiful and the spelling is wonderful! The flags are such a unique way to deal with "Words" and I definitely think I've learned much about you. Thanks.

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  72. Looks like you had fun with the prayer flags. I especially like the "believe" one, as that was my word for last year...always a good word to keep in mind. Thanks for sharing!

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  73. What a clever and awesome idea! Love your prayer flags! Great words and each one is so neat! Thank you for sharing your project with us, awesome job! I also checked out the link you gave, it's an inspiring project! I'm also a Marine Mom. Is your son deployed? (Noticed his pic on right side) My son just returned from Afghanistan after Thanksgiving. I hope and pray if your son is deployed, that he is home soon, safe and healthy! Thank him as well as you and your family for the sacrifices that come with being a military family. Semper Fi !!

    Thank you for your giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  74. Wow! I just love your prayer flags so much. You are so amazing!

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  75. I love the sentiments behind all of your flags. And believe is my word too.

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  76. What wonderful flags! So many ways to say so many things. Nice!
    hulseybg at gmail dot com

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  77. I really like your flags. Thanks for the giveaway. vickise at gmail dot com

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  78. Wonderful flags. What a great idea. Thanks for sharing and for the opportunity on a neat surprise draw.
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  79. Great flags! Love them, you did such a great job!

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  80. Really great flags , a terrific idea , thanks for sharing !!

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  81. What a wonderful idea. I think they are beautiful! Thanks for sharing them with us!

    -karrie

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  82. Great words and Great idea! Thank you for sharing... this has been such a fun hop.

    I hope you'll check out my daily blog.. my day is the last day, tomorrow!

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    Radio show Host... The Voice of Quilting
    http://blog.patsloan.com

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  83. Very creative. Thanks for sharing.

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