Wednesday, March 18, 2009

march giveaway is here..


Ok so here it is the lovestamp march bloggy giveaway!
You can win this divine little hand stamped pendant necklace called
TWINKLE
It is a gorgeous round sterling silver pendant hand stamped with the quote
"we are all made of stars.." by fabulous muso Moby.
It is finished with a stunning Silver Shade Swarovski Star and
strung from a 16" sterling silver ball chain.
So to enter this giveaway all you have to do is this...
Tell me about your "star" moment..whether that be when you met someone famous, your 15 minutes of fame, whatever!
leave a comment on this post or email me at lovestamp@isage.net.au
Get another entry if you blog about this on your lovely blog!
Make sure you let me know about it, so you get your bonus entry!
Ok lovelies, get too it, tell your friends...and be fabulous!
Entries close midnite Saturday 26th March!

15 little pieces of your mind:

The Handmade Expo said...

Ok, so I have a beauty...
After my xmas party at a fine hotel in Brisbane, we were waiting downstairs at valet parking when SHANE WARNE walked out and asked the guy who works there for a cab. This guy told Shane that he couldnt order a cab from the back of the hotel, that he had to order one from reception at the front of the hotel (by this point, I have said Hi to him and battered my eyelids)!!! anyway, so off he walks. In the meantime, our car has arrived, my hubnby jumps in and drives (as I had had a little too much to drink) and I jump in the passenger seat. So, we see Shane in the distance...I tell my husband to pull up beside him and I say "hey Shane, do you want a lift" before we know it, he is sitting in the back seat of our car and we are taking him back to his hotel over the other side of Brisbane. Now, this was when the ashes were on...We had tickets for the Sunday (this all happend on the Friday night)..anyway, so we pull up in front of his hotel and he tells us that he would like to give us gold passes to the ashes...OMG! so, my hubby goes up to his room (to which Shane invited him in) and gives Mitchell 2 gold passes to the ashes on the Saturday. So, we went on Saturday and Sunday. AMAZING SEATS. Now, somehow the newspapers and radio found out about it and we had a story in the paper and an interview on 4BC...OMG!. I know this is long winded and I apologise, but I LURVE telling the story.. Hope you enjoyed reading it.
From Liesa

KikiMiss said...

My star moment was when my second daughter came into our world and we gave her Star as her middle name. To me, stars are perfect. This would be a beautiful keepsake for both my daughter and I. Thank you for the opportunity to enter this competition.

Mommyof2girlz said...

I can't say i've ever had a 'star" moment..never met a celebrity, no 15 minutes of fame...I do have two shinning stars in my life and those are my awesome little girls.

Mommyof2girlz said...

It has been blogged. Thank you for a great giveaway!

AlwaysInspired said...

My star moment is when I won first place in my division in a karate tourney that I was competing against people twice my age with double my experience too! I was so shocked to have won I didn't even realize they had called my name! They had to say it 2 times before I realized I had won and needed to get up to accept my trophy! What a day! I beat people that I had looked up to for a long time!

Heather said...

I am in Lucky Magazine in an ad for their Lucky Style Spotter website. That's my closest "star" moment I've had!

Heather said...

I blogged!
http://vintagefabulous.blogspot.com/2009/03/jogirls-journey.html

littlechrissy said...

I ran into Rob Schneider in a bar in Amsterdam. Literally. Spilled my drink all over him too. He was very nice about it. Not my finest moment though.
From A-grade to Z-grade, I also went on one of those jet-boat rides on the Gold Coast with Warwick Capper. Yes he of the tight shorts fame. I had to interview him afterwards for the local paper about his new job (he had just been fired from being a council lollipop man for dancing on the job). He was very excited about his new role... except that he couldn't remember what it was or who he worked for. Poor old Wazza.

adele evans said...

Hi jo,

How many star moments do you want...I always seem to work in and amongst stars, no I wasnt an astronaut but a waitress!! Prob my funniest star moment was working in Sohos private club, Soho house which is where everyone famous hangs in London.
ANy way busy day, and Hugh Grant walks in. In his smart and I am cool tone he demands my attention and sais to me whom is standing in a busy dining room...."do you have anywhere private I can go" I look at him and before I can think thats Hugh I say in a very cocky waitress tone "Choto mata Kudasai" which is please wait a moment in japanese. Why I do not know. I then turned around and proceeded to wait on my table. One guy pulls me aside and said, that was very well done, and I said what do you mean he was rude. "You do realize thats Hugh Grant and in a funny sort of way you just told him where to go! I turned back and surely enough it was Hugh Grant standing there very angrily looking at me waiting for his seat direction.....
Cooly ofcourse I told him to try up stairs and off he went...
Little did he know that upstairs was even less private than the drawing room....
oops.
I dooo love Hugh Grant.

cheers
Adele

Kristie said...

My little star is a star.

Tara is 3, and loves dancing.

On the weekend my she and I followed hubby to a job he had to do that was at Fox Studios. Right across from where we were, there was a dance class in one of the Brent Street Studios. Tara heard them and ran over and stood at the door. It was a class of 10-12 year old youths doing their tap warm ups. Tara stood there, watching, enraptured. I came up behind her and whispered to the teacher (well, mouthed since it was so loud!) that I was sorry she interrupted. He looked over and mouthed back she was beautiful and lit up his world (with a Jazz hands shining sign).

I mouthed back asking if she could stand and watch for a while and he nodded and said it was fine. The class adored watching her - they loved seeing her so taken with what they were doing - boys and girls alike.

Anyway, the next moment she has climbed up the stairs onto their level and has started mimicking each of their warm up steps and routine. She was following along doing the exact same steps (minus a bit of grace!). The kids were elbowing each other pointing at how great she was, and the teacher just grinned from ear to ear.

She was performing as an utter star in this class and in my heart as she joined with the big kids who not once thought she was an inconvenience, but rather embraced the fact that someone loved dance like they did.

It was a beautiful moment I am sure I could see her life ahead light up with lights.

Amanda said...

I was only ten,
But my memory remembers back then...

Living in QLD we had travelled quite far,
To visit the observatory in Canberra...

The stars and the planets I saw up so close,
but it was the moon I loved seeing the most...

It left me short of words at it's spectacular site,
I will treasure my memories of that night.

Amanda said...

I have also posted about it on my blog ;-)

kaz said...

What a great give away and thanks for the chance...it would have to be seeing Richard Branson at SFO airport on his maiden flight to Vegas from San Francisco 18 months ago. He was dressed as a priest and conducted a wedding enroute to Vegas. Glam and rich couple he married worked for him...bubbles flowed and red roses...i sauntered up and asked him to sign my boarding pass (which he did). My husband and boys were mortified! Carmen Electra and her gay make up boy were there to party. It was sooo funny and surreal. Hit all the media. fun fun fun! Must say Richard is quite wrinkly up close and could do with a bit of a lift!
kaz x

Little Diva said...

My "star" moment would definately be when I was in Port Douglas a couple of years ago. I was up there with my sister in law and my twin girls who were about 2 and a half and we were walking down the street. My girls were pushing their own strollers along when who should we walk past having lunch at a cafe.... Matthew McConaughey !! Noice !! Anyway, he spoke to us as we walked past saying how cute the girls were etc. So I will definately thank my daughters for that one day. Oh, and then we saw him later ride past on his bike with his shirt off.. mmmmmm

Lola & Ben said...

Here is my five minutes of fame..I used to work for MAF and we used to get private planes arrive at the airport and wouldn't know who was on them until they landed. I went on board this little plane, and just about dropped dead, Russell Crowe was sitting on there, with his crew and PA..had to 'spray the plane' and wait onboard for five minutes, he was very nice, pleasant. I never really recovered from the shock when the door was opened...We used to see heaps, but this was the most memorable