Tuesday, October 14, 2008

VOODOO GIVEAWAY


It was Voodoo Violet's natural look of innocent befuddlement that earned her top respect among other trickster voodoo boys and girls.
It was because of this that Voodoo Violet always got the riskiest prank jobs.


Voodoo Violet measures approx. 6 1/2 inches tall by 5 1/2 inches wide. She is made from recycled fabrics and buttons.

All you have to do is leave a comment naming a favorite movie. I will toss all of the names in a bowl and have my daughter pick it out... Say....on Sunday...Sunday October 19th at 12:00 pm Pacific time.

9 comments:

Mlle La Revolution des Cache-Pots said...

My favourite movie is:
Les Triplets de Belleville

xxx Tara Badcock

LuLu said...

Bonjour Jane! I always come and visit your blog but with my slow-speed I never seem to find the time to leave comments. I LOVE your little dolls, they are so great, just my style! Hummmm! I love all the films noirs, especially the old French ones, so my favorites with be Jean Cocteau La Belle et la Bete (Beauty and the Beast) with Jean Gabin. So mysterious and eerie and romantic in its way. Check it out, great movie for Halloween time! Take care, LuLu

*jen ~ Fifty-Cent Head said...

I think one of my favorites is American Pyscho. I only saw it for the first time, recently, and it's so completely unsettling and bizarre that it immediately became a favorite!

Fer said...

Only one?

Then I'd have to say "A Room with a View", it's been a fav for sooo long. Although Amelie is a close second.

cathy gaubert said...

i really do love "the princess bride". i never do tire of that movie. i'm waiting for the day when the girls are old enough to watch it, too!
and i haven't forgotten that i owe you a prize from my first blog giveaway! you are better than me for sure...you actually have your prize ready and waiting!!! :)

Marianne said...

Hi! A really fun movie is Wool 100%, a fun and weird Japanese film released in 2006...I think you might it.

Your monsters are adorable. Makes me wish I found these under my bed at night.


~ Marianne

settlerspeace said...

Oh, I love your creatures and find your blog so inspiring. I'd have to say that one of my favorite movies of all time is Secondhand Lions, I can't seem to pass the tv room with out stopping and dropping all that I have to do, if the kids are watching it.

noricum said...

Cute creatures!

My all time favourite movie is The Princess Bride. ;)

sMacThoughts said...

*gasp* OH he/she is beautiful. Bunny-Cat and Winky would love this dolly to come and live with us. I don't have a favorite movie, there are just too many, but I will pick one I saw recently (I am a member of the Film Forum in NYC):

Alexander Nevsky