Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Giveaway! FABRIC!!

It's giveaway time! Sorry it took me so long to get this going. I've had some major stressers here, but nothing' the Lord can't heal. He doesn't give us more than we can handle, right?


There will be **FOUR** count them....4 winners! I decided to cut the yard up into quarters so four of you can make something awesome with it! You MUST give me pictures of what you make!! :)

It's called "Pink Forest" and it's custom designed by me, printed at spoonflower.


Here's what you do!:

Comment telling me what you'd like to make with this fabric, or what your fav. fabric of mine is by looking here.

You can comment more than once, helping your chances of winning, if you do the following: (just leave a comment for each, telling me what you have done, and leaving a link when applicable.)

1)Post about the giveaway on your blog, linking to my blog.

2)Tweet about the giveaway, linking to my blog.

3)Become a follower of my blog - if you already are one, this counts too!.

4)Become a fan on facebook - if you already are one, this counts too!

I will choose the winner randomly from random.org on Saturday morning. Thanks so much everyone! Have a great day!

39 comments:

Kirsten said...

Cool fabric! I would use the fabric to make myself an apron.

I'm a fan on facebook :)

Wheeler Family said...

I love all of your fabrics, but I especially like this one & the "Vine Blossoms".

Wheeler Family said...

I'm a fan on facebook!

Boody Babies said...

I think this fabric needs to be a pillow...paired with an organic cotton twill and maybe some stripes and buttons...

Boody Babies said...

I blogged about this giveaway here:
http://boodybabies.blogspot.com/2010/08/check-out-this-fabric.html

Boody Babies said...

I am a fan on facebook.

Boody Babies said...

I follow this blog

Anonymous said...

I would have PAM make a dress for Lilly! Sorry I would not be the talented one to make something. It would be a pretty piece of fabric for Lilly to play with (which I am sure she could handle and use her imagination there too!)

Cara said...

Since I seriously lack any sort of creative or "artsy" skills....I would have someone else make me something! I think maybe a bag or purse of some sort!

Cara said...

OR - I could have something made for Nora! She would look fabulous in this fabric...

Victoria said...

Great print! I would use this fabric to make handmade jewelry! For examples check out my shop on Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/shop/gardenofedendesigns

Charmily said...

I love red birds fabric! It's soo peaceful to love at, it's the kind of fabric I'd give to someone I loved to keep em cozy :)
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Charmily said...

I am following your blog!

Valerie said...

Ooh, I love this fabric, it's definitely one of my favs of yours. This one and the birdhouse design. I would incorporate it into an outfit for a girl, one where there's a needle felted panel on recycled wool that picks up the design elements, most likely the bird!

Valerie said...

I am also following your blog!

Valerie said...

This is an example of how I mix the recycled wool with fabric and add needle felting. Wouldn't that red bird look cute in this manner?! http://www.etsy.com/listing/48387851/so-so-sweet-summer-dress-and-purse-for

Valerie said...

Uh oh, a new fav: the monkey, giraffe and elephant print! Oh, and I'm a fan on FB!!

Nancy said...

This fabric is darling!
I also really like your Jungle Brown fabric.
Thanks for sharing your fabric with us.
spackattak7 at hotmail dot com

Valerie said...

Last but not least, I blogged about your giveaway. Can you see how much I want to win?!

Cyndy said...

Hi There,
I'm a new blog follower. Love your designs and colors.
Cyndy

Cyndy said...

And, I now will post you on my fan page!

Chelc said...

I really love your style in general, so it's hard to pick a favorite fabric. I really like this one, as well as your woodland creatures and owls. They'd all look great on a natural linen. And so many possibilities for projects!

Chelc said...

Oh, and I'm a follower too - of this blog, that is!

Renee G said...

I would use this to make my neice a color apron.
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Heather Woollove said...

This would make excellent napkins for my dining room!

Danielle said...

I love, love, love the Dandelion forest fabric.

Cynthia said...

I love this fabric! I would love to use it either as a trim on a dress for my granddaughter, in a quilt or something fun for me. I'm really glad I found your blog. I've become a follower, added you to my Facebook and posted about the giveaway on my blog Rambling Thoughts of a Southern Lady. http://ramblingthoughtsofasouthernlady.blogspot.com/

Cheri said...

This would make nice Christmas gift bags!

Cheri said...

I'm now a follower of this blog.

Christina said...

Tweeted! http://www.twitter.com/gollygeebaby

Christina said...

Already a HUGE Facebook fan! ;)

Christina said...

If I won a quarter, I'd make a little hat!

Jen said...

SO lovely! I'm tempted just to find an awesome frame and frame it! But I suppose if I had to sew something I'd probably start with one of these:

http://noodleheads.blogspot.com/2010/08/pincushion-sampler-platter.html

Keep up the great work!

Jen said...

SO lovely! I'm tempted just to find an awesome frame and frame it! But I suppose if I had to sew something I'd probably start with one of these:

http://noodleheads.blogspot.com/2010/08/pincushion-sampler-platter.html

Keep up the great work!

Cynthia said...

I'm probably too late but just realized I should have made 3 comments! So here's number 2 - I'm a Facebook follower now!

Cynthia said...

And last but certainly not least - I'm a follower now!

AManda said...

I would love to make this into the front of a sweet mini-messenger bag. So lovely. You are very talented!

Amanda said...

I would love to make this into the front piece of a small messenger style bag for myself. The fabric is gorgeous, you are very talented!

Amanda said...

I follow you on facebook!

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