Monday, September 8, 2014

100 Sales Giveaway!

** The winner is......PJ Harrison!!  Thank you so much to all of you who entered the giveaway, it made it so much fun for me.  And congratulations to Pamela!  I've sent out an email to you so if you could get back to me with your address right away I can get your vintage prize pack sent out this week. **

So I've been promising a giveaway to celebrate when I reached 100 sales in my Etsy shop.  100 sales came (woot woot!!)....and went... and I kept promising, but life got busy and I just couldn't manage to fit it all in.  But never fear, I got it together and it's finally giveaway time once again!

Up for grabs is a vintage prize pack that includes: 1 cute little jelly jar & lid, 10 vintage wooden clothespins, and a vintage tea towel with sweet red stitching around the edges.


The giveaway will start at midnight tonight and end on Sunday the 14th.  Just leave me a comment on this post telling me how you would incorporate these items into your decor if you were to win.  And that's it!  I kept it simple, there's only one way to enter. Make sure you go back and click on the Rafflecopter widget where it says "I commented!" so that you'll be entered.  Also, be sure to leave me an email address so that I can contact you should you win.  A winner will be announced on Monday morning, September 15th.

Good luck!


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34 comments:

  1. I love the jelly jar It would be great if I won this giveaway Congrats on your Etsy shop

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  2. Thank you for the opportunity Stephanie and congrats on your 100 sales!

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  3. Such cute items, Stephanie! The jar could be used for so many different things and since I don't really have much red in my house, I would probably use the towel at Christmas.

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  4. Those clothespins would be perfect for my laundry room makeover I finally started working on. I can't wait to bring some charm to that tiny lifeless room. As for the tea towel, I have been wanting one for some time but haven't found one yet at any thrift stores or yard sales around here. It would be my first vintage tea towel and I know the possibilities are endless. Like you, I love farmhouse style and I dream of the day I can have a real farmhouse.
    Thanks, Stephanie!

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  5. I am buying a little grocery store in the little town that I live in. I live in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. I am in the process of making a bedroom into a home office. I have put up shelving and am putting old vintage "stuff" on the shelves. This "prize" would make a great addition to the items that I already have on the shelves!

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  6. I would place those lovely items on a shelf in my kitchen. What a great prize to win. Congrats on the success of your Etsy shop!
    Fran C

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  7. Congratulations! I would use the jar and clothes pins in my laundry room redo. The towel will go perfect in my red and white kitchen :D

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  8. Stephanie - Yay! Fun giveaway. I love the items you chose. - Dori -

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  9. Also, I love how easy you made the giveaway. I don't often enter too many giveaways, because I get tired of going through the whole thing of "yes, I liked you on Facebook, no I don't follow you on Instagram, no I don't use Twitter, yes I commented"... etc. This was fun and easy to enter! Thanks again for the opportunity. - Dori -

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  10. I will use the jar and towels in my kitchen but I don't know yet what or how I will use the cloths pins something fun I am sure. I like to read about the adventures you write about.

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  11. I would use the jar in my kitchen. The pins in the laundry, and the towels in the dinning room. Thanks for the giveaway.....this is the kinda stuff I really love...martyterry@ymail.com

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  12. Well, I still USE clothes pins like that, out on the line! :) I think a photo shoot of the towel flapping in the breeze with the pins would be the first thing i do. The jelly jar… will probably hold some of my marbles.. (so i don't lose them!)

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  13. I think I would use the vintage clothes pins for a holiday display over my fireplace. I have small socks and mittens knitted in Christmas colors that would look really good on a clothesline with those pins. :-)

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  14. I love your blog. Your style is so cute and simple. I love the vintage clothes pins and linen. I have an old ladder that I hang vintage linens on that the towel would make a great addition:)

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  15. Congrats on your 100 sales but I think that number will keep rising with that incredible shower curtain;). Fall is in the air here so if I won I would fill the jar with candy corn and an battery operated votive. The towel would look cute above my laundry room window on twine and secured with the clothespins;).

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    1. You made this easy..but I made it harder by forgetting my email:) chasejulie10@yahoo.com

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  16. i would put the in my kitchen and i have wanted the clothes pins for a long time.

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  17. I have a "new" baking station - a repurposed chest of drawers - and these would make great additions!

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  18. Congradulations on your sales.Love your give away.Would put the jar on a shelf with the clothes pins in it and use the towl to hang on a peg.

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  19. If I won the giveaway, I would put the jar, with clothes pins, on my little vintage shelf I got recently for the area by my washing machine and dryer. I have been decorating in a 'retro ' vintage 50s / early '60s decor style, in memory of my childhood home. On the little shelf I currently have a decoupaged ad for Oxydol from 1956 Good Housingkeeping magazine and a little 'vintage-look' box of baking soda. It has a little towel bar and I have been looking for a vintage dish cloth or fabric to hang there, and the towel in giveway package would be perfect! I actually have 'vintage clothes pins' on my decor wish list.
    GADawn57
    dawn.pinnataro@aronov.com

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  20. I have a cute little shelf in my kitchen that this prize pack would look great on, Thanks for the chance to win it!

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  21. I love that jar. I would use it to display my vintage button collection that is currently sitting in a cigar box. And I'm sure I could find something cute to do with the clothespins and tea towel.

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  22. I love jars and the jelly jar is adorable!

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  23. I think that they would look ADORABLE on my Hoosier like cabinet in my kitchen. Thanks for the chance to win such a cute giveaway.

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  24. My kitchen is done in the farmhouse style and this would be perfect. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  25. My laundry room needs help... that is where they would go.

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  26. I might use the towel as a curtain in my kitchen window if the dimensions work. We are making progress (slowly) :)

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  27. This pack would be a wonderful help in decorating either our laundry or kitchen area! :) by the way, you are one of only 4-ish blogs I consistently read! I love places where I can leave feeling refreshed, encouraged, entertained, and enjoy the creativity! :D

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  28. My mom has been looking for vintage clothes pins for her laundry room decor. I would give them to her.

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  29. Love all these items. I would use them through out my home. So many places! Congratulations on your likes! Thanks for the giveaway opportunity. Love your blog :-)

    Happy Weekend...
    ~Sherri

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  30. For decorating, of course!! I love vintage!! Thank you so much for the opportunity!

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  31. I can see the little glass jar full of buttons, the clothes pins clipped on the edge of a small box and under both? The sweet tea towel!

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