Friday, April 10, 2009

Win Free Stuff !!!!



The Sugarloaf Crafts Festival at the MD State Fairgrounds in Timonium is April 24-26th, and we're giving away THREE FREE TICKETS!

To be entered in our drawing, simply leave a comment below telling us your favorite thing about spring.
(In other words, name anything - an activity, a plant, a smell, a sound... and you have a chance to win free tickets! yay!)

The spring fair is in its 31st year in Timonium, and will host over 300 of the countries finest Artisans & Crafters, working in all sorts of materials, from jewelry & metals to clay and fibers. Painters, sculptors, metalsmiths, fiber artists, weavers, knitters, builders and inventors. Find them here!
Adult admission to the Sugarloaf Crafts Festival is $8 normally (and free for children under 12).
Free parking is available on site.
For more information about the Sugarloaf Crafts Festival, directions, or to purchase discount admission tickets visit www.SugarloafCrafts.com or call (800) 210-9900.

Leave a comment Now!
We'll draw a random number from the randomizer on April 20th!!
GO!!!!!

19 comments:

pinkkiss said...

The smell of fresh cut grass...it means that summer is almost here!
Shawna

Carly said...

Going outside first thing in the morning wearing a sweater and taking it off 20 minutes later.
Woot!

-Carly

GlowGirl said...

The first daffodils popping up. The cherry tree in the yard blooming. And putting away the big basket of hats/gloves/scarves that's kept by the front door all winter!

Jess said...

The smell of rain in the spring on the first night I'm able to leave the window open!

Sweet Pepita said...

Being able to walk outside and eat fruit straight from my garden. And knowing that tomato season is near!

HVM Designs said...

Wheee! I like the smell of rain, and mulch. And freshly rained on mulch.

Kristin said...

the very first emergence of spring, when the flowering trees have buds that will soon open and crocuses are newly blooming, but the last remants of winter leave a trace of frost or snow. it's the perserverance and exhuberance of new life that elicits such hope of the developing season. sheer joy!

stefanlil said...

Green, all the shades of green.

c mcd said...

My favorite thing about spring is the Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival! How fabulous that the biggest and best festival of yarny goodness in the entire country takes place so close to Baltimore?!?

~Cheryl

illegible ink said...

Our dogwood tree - from the city tree giveaway - has just started blooming for the first time in three years.

Joy Beadworks said...

I love the daffodils, heir tenacity inspires me.

christinalovesdogs said...

going outside in a winter jacket and realizing that you don't need it!

Carly said...

Oh, hey! Guess what? You can head over to www.carlygoss.blogspot.com for ANOTHER chance to win tickets to the Festival! Just read my post about Sugarloaf, leave a comment, and let the free stuff roll on in!

Nora said...

Flowers on trees...where I come from up north, our trees do not have very many flowers. Central NY is beautiful in the fall, and I miss the snow, but every spring in Baltimore I think how lucky I am to live in such a pretty place. It makes up for the too-hot summer...but I might always miss the snow...
Nora

Sarah Schultz said...

my favorite part is spending warm spring days in the park taking beautiful photographs.

bowerbox said...

muddy hands from planting flowers in the (newly dug up) garden!

Red Prairie Press said...

those first few bits of green pushing through the dirt, the flowers, the smell of there suddenly being life. Ahhhhhh. Being outdoors again, and getting vitamin D. can't get enough of it!

great entries so far! & YES! for a bonus chance to win tickets - head over to carlygoss.blogspot.com

Kara said...

My favorite thing about spring is the sun on my face and the chance to get out and enjoy the fresh air!

Colleen said...

My favorite thing about spring is feeling the warmth of the sun against my soft skin and as I walk outside I hear the birds chirping in excitement. Seeing the bloom of the first flowers and smelling the freshness in the air makes me feel awakened, refreshed, and motivated for a new day.