Saturday, September 10, 2011

WIN WIN WIN !

I received my  wool and wool felt yesterday and I sooo love the colours and softness of this New Zealand wool. 
Well, one look at this and a bird  came into my mind.
It's a bird I love , I  have a soft spot for the "Crow" family.
I decided to make one and give him away !
All you have to do is say what kind of bird this is, write it in a comment and I will pick a winner !
The answer have to be correct of course :-)

He would be a great Halloween decoration !
You can give your answer until September 17th and  Sunday September 18th I will pick a winner

p.s. If you cannot leave a comment for some "blogger"reason, just mail me at gmail :-)

27 comments:

  1. He's beautiful, but I have no idea what kind of bird it is. LOL!

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  2. He's a raven and I would love to own him! =) or give him to someone I know that owns ravens! =) I LOVE your work!! (june girardi from Facebook)

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  3. Oh my! I am excited to be in this drawing. It is a Jackdaw. :) Thank you for adding me to the hat for the drawing Helen! What a wonderful bird for someone to win!

    Barby

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  4. Hooded Crow? He's beautiful from what I can tell from his picture. I LOVE your birds Helen & would be thrilled to win :0)

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  5. Toll! Vielen Dank für die Chance so einen schönen Vogel zu gewinnen!
    Ich denke es ist eine Dohle(Corvus monedula).
    In Englisch heißt das Jackdaw...?
    Liebste Grüße Conni

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  6. I believe he is a jackdaw and I only know that because I saw Barby's answer and then googled it! I love crows as well~~~ Thank you for doing this, Helen!

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  7. Oh, wat een schatje! Dit lijkt mij een kauwtje. Wat maak jij toch mooie dingen van wol. Mag ik meedoen met je prijsvraag?
    Groetsels van WolTroll

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  8. The grey colour seems to be a bit light, but because of the blue eyes I thought at first glance it has to be a jackdow. Reminds me of the stories of Konrad Lorenz... Wonderful birds, I would love to own this one!

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  9. WollTroll: natuurlijk kan je meedoen! Graag zelfs!
    Ellis: "Er redete mit dem Vieh, den Vögeln und den Fischen",I have to read it if I can get a copy!

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  10. Ik had nog zo met me zelf afgesproken dat ik even niet mee zou doen met give-aways, maar deze kan ik echt niet overslaan. Ik houd het maar bij het Nederlands, het is een Kauw. Helaas kan ik geen linkje plaatsen naar je give-away want mijn blog ligt er tijdelijk uit.
    Fijne zondag, groetjes

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  11. Okay, after doing a little research, my guess is Jackdaw as well! He is incredible as all of your creations are!

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  12. A JACKDAW...white partial collar found a lot in Sweden!!!! HAHAHAHAHHA...I CHEATED!But hey- anyone would Cheat for the Opportunity to Win This handsome Fellow!!! Add my name please!

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  13. Fabulous work, Helen!! I say it's a Jackdaw as well, and I would be absolutely thrilled to win him!! Not a species we have here in the states, but many of their corvid relatives are here! I really enjoy when I have them as rehab patients, the corvids are very intelligent birds!

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  14. OK, it's a Jackdaw, and it looks beautiful. I would love to include him in one of my miniature plush critter stories (giving you credit, of course!)! Thank you for the opportunity--my fingers are crossed!

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  15. I believe it to be a Jackdaw. I love your work and it would be great to have a piece to display. My hubby's favorite time of year is Halloween and I'm sure he would also love him. Thanks for doing a give-away, it's very generous of you :-) Happy Felting!!!

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  16. Oh Helen he is beautiful. I too think he is a Jackdaw. (Had to ask my mum as I wasn't sure!) Thanks so much for letting me know, I wouldn't have wanted to miss out on this! :) Good luck everyone and thanks so much Helen for the giveaway!

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  17. Hi, I Love the picture!
    I think it is "Varis" in my own language, don`t know if the translation is Crow, I hope so.
    We do have those birds here a lot, they have strong voice!
    Thank you for this possibility!
    Hugs
    Kikka

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  18. Helen, a little bird must have told me...it's a Jackdaw! Thank you so much for the link.

    hugs
    Gail x

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  19. Looks like one of our hoodies but Jackdaw is also a possibility. They are playing in the garden in the wind today.

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  20. Helen, as W.C. Fields once said, "A thing worth having is worth cheating for!" so I will copy all the smart folks that have replied that it is a Jackdaw. We all know it would be a dream come true to win him :-)

    Beth

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  21. Hi Helen, the Jackdaw is fantastic. I hope I win.

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  22. Pick me,Helen!:)I would say crow, hope is correct
    Ina

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  23. Helen,
    I think he's a Jackdaw...and he's wonderful, just like all your creations!

    Susan

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  24. A great frequenter of the church,
    Where, bishoplike, he finds a perch,
    And dormitory too.
    William Cowper
    I will have to join the Jackdaw group (Coloeus monedula). It's too bad they don't live in the Americas, If you send him maybe he can be an ambassador :)
    anita

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  25. Hello Helen!
    I would like to invite you on my giveaway on my blog
    http://romantic-wonders.blogspot.com/
    I'll be happy for your participation!

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  26. This bird looks like a Jackdaw, please enter me for this wonderful give-away.
    Here's my blog, I hope you can pop by sometimes too =) www.waynestonbears.blogspot.com

    Hugs, Wayne

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