Saturday, December 5, 2009

Studio 5 December Sneak Peek Contest!

I hope you can all take a break from your Christmas preparations this coming Tuesday...I've been busily preparing some great things to share with you all on Studio 5. Tues., Dec. 8th 11am. If you can't watch, please visit my blog later that day, as I always post the video and links to the articles I write for the Studio 5 website.

Here is my monthly sneak-peek, my mystery photos! Try to guess from what you see what my 2 segments will be about. Remember, I do both a cooking AND a paper crafting segment and they will ALWAYS be connected in some way and share a common theme. That's a BIG hint!

Post your guess as a comment and the person who is closest to guessing is the winner! I can't tell you what you'll win because that would give it away, so it'll just have to be a surprise. :)

20 comments:

Kim said...

Wrap it Up, it's all wrapped up, it sure looks yummy and interesting whatever the theme is!! Have a great day. Kim

Natalie said...

I think it is... making your next party impressive... doing alot of extras, in fact making it easy on yourself. Wowwing your guests.

JAL said...

I think it has to do with things that are stuffed. At any rate, I can't wait to see your presentation...

Jean

Heather V. said...

With Christmas being just around the corner, I'm thinking it is something along the lines of "All Wrapped Up", "All Tied Up" or something to do with "Stuffing" things. The only theme I could come up with for stuffing things was "Stuffed to the Limit" It sounded kind of funny. But, those are my thoughts. Whatever the theme is, the food looks great and the crafts look awesome! I can't wait to see what the theme is!

kwgirl said...

I know this sounds weird but a song came to mind from Sound of Music... "These are a few of my favorite things" you know "Brown paper packages tied up with string,
These are a few of my favorite things"
I do agree with the other ladies though, it will be fun show to watch:)

SADE'S BLOG said...

Wow, this is a tough one. I agree with the others a little bit as far as stuff being stuffed into other stuff. But I think it has more to do maybe with parties and hors diorvs (my spelling is not so great. maybe small things come in great packages or all tied up at any rate it looks great and cant wait to watch

SADE'S BLOG said...

Wow, this is a tough one. I agree with the others a little bit as far as stuff being stuffed into other stuff. But I think it has more to do maybe with parties and hors diorvs (my spelling is not so great. maybe small things come in great packages or all tied up at any rate it looks great and cant wait to watch

Christie said...

I don't know what the theme is but I see chocolate so it must be good!

Brooks Wynn said...

My guess is hors' devores (sp?) and stocking stuffers, party guest gifts and party foods. I'll be watching!

family gal said...

I think that it has to do with braiding or blending family food and traditions to make a memorable holiday season.

daffy said...

im probally way off here but maybe making stockings to stuff and stuffing food and wrapping gifts or ourselves (in the scarfs) and wrapping food with other foods
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syrant said...

This is s tough one. I'm thinking party food or finger food and hostess gifts. So maybe things to bring to holiday parties.

Mary Lee said...

A Holly Jolly Christmas Eve party!

Jessica Baker said...

I think that it is stuffers. Things you can stuff a stocking with and also things you can stuff food with.
-Jessica

Daisymay said...

I think it is "Wrapped to the MAx". It also could be those things that bring you some fun joy in this world. Fun stuff you know. What did I win huh? What did I win? :D

Michelle Browning

Rebecca: said...

That was my guess too. Stocking stuffers and mouthwatering mouth stuffers of the small variety. :)

Cynthia said...

I will be totally different and guess. Christmas morning. Opening stockings, and eating breakfast.

mE said...

Hrmm... I m thinking sweet little stuffed/wrapped things, too. But then there's red, white, and green in each photo, too. Hrmmm... Christmas Stuffings... lol!

Inky Smiles!
Erin

A~Zmom said...

What wonderful ideas! I have printed them and can't wait to make them! Thanks for the creative ideas!

Susan Neal said...

Congrats Erin & Sade, you hit the theme the closest with 'small sweet things'. I have to say though I love everyone's ideas of stuffing and wrapping...maybe I'll use those next year! THanks all of you! You make this so much fun for me. Sue

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