From left to right...The Professor's, Sunshine's, Shortcake's (who opted for a St. Francis medal), and BigBoy's (yeah, I helped).
This is mine. Husband gets to pick out his colors tonight. We found that since grownups have bigger hands, we needed spacers in between the beads.This one is a treat for you. Inspired by Barbara's generosity and to celebrate the halfway point of 40 Days for Life which is coming up on October 13th (if my math is correct which it probably isn't but oh well!), I would like to give this tenner away to a good home. Just leave me a comment in this post if you would like it or know of someone who might and I will draw a name at random on Friday. I am hoping to get it in the mail to the winner in time for them to have it on the 13th. Have a great Wednesday!
Jacob Temple would love this. They are all beautiful!ReplyDelete
Those turned out SO darling!! You all did a great job making them!ReplyDelete
I would love to be entered!! :)
Those are beautiful. I was a little overwhelmed at the idea of making an entire rosary, but just making a tenner seems more doable. My girls saw the pictures and are inspired too. I think we will start them this afternoon if we can ever finish spelling...ReplyDelete
Count me in Miss C. And don't forget to get your name in for mine.ReplyDelete
I love the tenners! My little girl would love to wear one! Thanks for posting on this!ReplyDelete
Those are lovely. Maybe I'll get motivated and do it with my girls. I need to work on my patience anyway. Thanks for sharing. :)ReplyDelete
Wow! I have to say these are really lovely when put together. Not that I thought they wouldn't be, but they are just so much prettier than I expected for being nuthin' but paper beads!ReplyDelete
You are the craftiest! Nice job!
WOW! Those are fantastic!ReplyDelete
Now that I am through with the baby afghan, we can try something....messy!
What a sweet project! I would love to be entered :)ReplyDelete
Very beautiful, Ms. Charlotte! Please enter me!ReplyDelete
Oh Charlotte, My son was just asking me (today) if we could make a rosary out of something!! I'll show him these in the morning and he'll be hooked! Thanks for sharing!!ReplyDelete
What a sweet and unique idea! I'd be honored if you'd count me in for the drawing...I have three daughters with October birthdays!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! Enter me, please!ReplyDelete
I would love this! I've been thinking about getting something like this for when I go into labor. Perfect!ReplyDelete
The tenners are beautiful. I would love one for my daughter. Thank you.ReplyDelete
The tenners are gorgeous! What a great idea (and your humility in mentioning the origin of them makes me feel so good!)ReplyDelete
I'd love a tenner ....
Charlotte, this is precious! I plan to use them with the (RCIC) children. What a wonderful way to introduce them to praying the Rosary. Blessings.ReplyDelete
How beautiful!! What did you use as spacers?? I need to try this.ReplyDelete
But until then, let me enter myself into the drawing. Thanks!
I used very thin strips of paper that were not angled cut. They were maybe 1/4 inch wide by 3 inches long. I rolled those up the same way as the paper beads and they made small little tube like spacers.
So beautiful! I would love to be entered!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much!
This give-away was from two years ago.