Monday, December 12, 2011

giveaway day!

Giveaway is now closed. 
Winner (Carrie P.) was picked at 6:30p on Friday night. Sorry!

Yippee! It's Sew Mama Sew's Giveaway Day!!  Hundreds of bloggers will be giving away super-fun prizes starting today! Just go here to see the master list of all the blogs participating. I am giving away two fun prizes!   

 If your name is drawn, you will win both:

a Shabby Chic Vintage Linen Bundle

and

a {joy} Hand Stamped Copper Pendant


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lots of amazing vintage linens and notions to create with!!

bundle includes:
a gorgeous antique embroidered square tablecloth with crocheted detail, a fat quarter of vintage floral bed linens, a beautiful antique linen hankie with embroidered rose detail, vintage powder blue lace trim, and over twenty five fantastic vintage buttons!

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and you'll also win this sweet pendant!


"You have made known to me the paths of life; 
You will fill me with joy in Your presence." Acts 2:28
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To enter the giveaway:

1. Tell me what you'd like to make with the vintage linen bundle.

2. For a second entry, tell me what your favorite item is in my shop.

2. For a third entry, become a follower of my blog. 
(If you are already a follower, just leave me a comment telling me that you are.)

3. For a fourth entry, follow me on twitter.
(If you are already follow me, just leave me a comment telling me that you do.)


(Don't forget to include in your comment some way to get in contact with you if you win (ie. blog, email) )


I will pick a winner at 5pm on Friday, December 16th.

Good luck, everyone!


269 comments:

  1. I would so love to win the Joy necklace. If there is one thing I desire at the end of this horrible horrible year, it is joy :)

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  2. I follow you here

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  3. I think I would make a beautiful clutch with the bundle! I love shabby chic!

    The joy pendant is soo beautiful!

    Genevieve
    jenny(at)ykwc(dot)net

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  4. I follow you!!

    Genevieve
    jenny(at)ykwc(dot)net

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  5. I follow you on twitter no, didn't know you were there!!

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  6. Wow! The Medieval tapestries are amazing!!! I have favorited them. :)

    Genevieve
    jenny(at)ykwc(dot)net

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  7. How about a case for my new Kindle (cough, have to GET a Kindle first, cough).

    Thanks for the chance!

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  8. I follow your blog. Thanks!

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  9. I'd probably make some wee girls dresses. Love the pendant
    steveandmelissa(at)ihug.co.nz

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  10. I already follow your blog

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  11. I love the personalised hand stamped necklaces

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  12. I don't know what I'd do with it...I'd have to touch and feel it first! =) Thanks for a chance to win.

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  13. I follow your blog!

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  14. This is my favorite in your shop!

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/88447787/be-still-and-know-hand-stamped-sterling

    I wish I wore more jewelry. Gorgeous!

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  15. And I just started following you on twitter. =) Thanks again.

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  16. beautiful! i'd use the fat quarter in a scrappy vintage sheet quilt i'm working on!

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  17. i already follow you on twitter :) @craftytammie

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  18. I have been collection vintage pillow cases to make a patchwork picnic blanket... I think these would have to be added and make a little tote to hold the blanket.

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  19. Not sure what I'd make...I'd have to think about it....love the vintage stuff!

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  20. I am a GFC follower.

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  21. Oh my... the healing tree necklace, the mother goose blanket and all the linens... I drool frequently.

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  22. and I follow on twitter.

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  23. Oh Lora! What a fabulous bundle of goodies you have to share with us :)
    I'd have to frame the hankie and put it on our kitchen. It looks beautiful and I'd want it somewhere I could see it all the time.
    The fat quarter would probably be used in a new clutch :) I love the shades of blues that come with vintage sheets!!
    And those buttons!! I love the packaging you made for them!

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  24. I love your Teeny Tiny Leaf Stamped necklace. I think it would be great for Cadence... if she would just learn not to break necklaces!

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  25. And I follow you on twitter :)
    Great giveaway Lora!

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  26. I would make some kind of kitchen towels with the linen bundle!

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  27. I already follow your blog! (From the last SMS giveaway, I think!)

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  28. And I follow you on Twitter, too!

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  29. I would put it towards clothing for my little one :)

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  30. blog follower

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  31. twitter follower- WeeShare

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  32. in your shop, I like the betrothed necklace

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  33. Lovely give away!
    I think I would make cushion covers with the vintage linens and buttons.

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  34. I think that a cute little summer dress for my daughter, would be a perfect project for those items. The colors would work really well for it.

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  35. I'm not sure what I'd make yet, but I would use it for something for me for a change! Thanks for the giveaway! robyn(dot)geddes(at)gmail(dot)com

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  36. I would probably use the linens in some sort of quilty project!

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  37. i love the joy handstamped little silver necklace!

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  38. you know i am a happy follower :)

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  39. If I was lucky enough to win I'd make a table runner!

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  40. I love the Joy necklace in your shop!

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  41. So many options to make with the linens! What a lovely bundle. I usually just have to wait and see when a fabric and pattern/idea mesh for me to decide what to make. I just lined a kids coat with a vintage scarf and I liked the way that turned out, so that might be a possibility. I also like the idea of using part of it for a sweet apron on a dress. simplybeu@gmail.com

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  42. I don't know exactely what I would do with it, but I know I would do something for my mother, because it is totally her style!

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  43. I'm not sure exactly what I would do, but I have a few ideas. Small clutch, scarf, a skirt if there's enough.

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  44. Pillowcase? Thanks for the chance!

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  45. Gosh, I don't know what I would make if I won. I would just look at it all for a while. So pretty.
    Thanks for a chance to win.

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  46. I am a new follower.

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  47. My favorite thing in your shop is the baby quilt with the ducks on ti.

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  48. hopefully a nice purse clutch using the buttons as embellishments

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  49. i think maybe an apron!
    thanks for the giveaway

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  50. Some kind art quilt.

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  51. I think I would try a Dollie Angel cushion. Those things seem to be all over the web at the moment and the vintage bundle would provide the perfect materials!

    Thanks for the giveaway
    Sarah @ http://kiwigetscrafty.blogspot.com

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  52. i think i would like to make a cute apron with the vintage linens.
    thanks for a great prize. cheers! and have a great holiday season.

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  53. i would use the tablecloth, trimmings and buttons to make pillows for my newly decorated guest room!

    hopeswenson@gmail.com

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  54. i love your abba necklace!

    hopeswenson@gmail.com

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  55. i follow your blog

    hopeswenson@gmail.com

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  56. i follow you on twitter

    hopeswenson@gmail.com

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  57. Something pretty and quilty for a table would be nice!

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  58. My favorite is the "rejoice" necklace!!

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  59. I already follow yur blog!

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  60. love the mother pendant

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  61. I would make a quilt and put some in embroidery hoops to hang on the wall.

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  62. Probably a dress for my little one to start. :)

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  63. Man, I don't know what I'd make with such gorgeousness! A hoop/wallhanging, perhaps? I do know that I'd give that beautiful pendant to my sister-in-law, who's name is Joy and favorite color is green!

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  64. my fave thing in your shop is the personalized 2 leaf necklace :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  65. new follower :) raineoc@yahoo.com

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  66. I would use the fabric to make myself a beautiful and unique wall hanging for my dining room, oops, studio, for inspiration!

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  67. I love your jewelry, but for some odd reason my favorite thing in the shop just now is vintage button lot number 9. That blue is so beautiful!

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  68. And of course I follow your blog!

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  69. I would love to make a vintage-esque clutch or wristlet. :)

    Jordann.m.hall [at]gmail.com

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  70. Following your blog now :)

    Jordann.m.hall [at] gmail.com

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  71. I absolutely adore your "leaves of healing" necklace. Beautiful!

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  72. Following on twitter (@jordannhall)

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  73. The hankie I would use as a hankie. The tablecloth I would use as a tablecloth. The buttons I would run my fingers through repeatedly. The pendant I would give to my daughter for Christmas.

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  74. Oh, and my favorite thing in your shop is the Psalm 91:4 necklace. You are one of a very few artists I have faved on Etsy...I think I did it during last year's giveaway. Merry Christmas!

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  75. I have no idea what I would make with that. I would look at it for a while until something 'jumps' out at me!! :)

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  76. Depending on how big the tablecloth is, I'd love to make a big fluffy circle skirt! With the fat quarter and buttons, I'd try to eke out a cute fabric and elastic belt!

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  77. My favorite item in the shop is the beautiful necklace with teal teardrop! It's sooo gorgeous!

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  78. I follow you on twitter!

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  79. A vintage pillowcase.
    Thx for the chance to win ^^v

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  80. I'm GFC follower.

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  81. Loves vintage buttons.

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  82. I follow you on twitter.

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  83. I would add your little lovelies to my sewing room decor... the little Joy charm to my necklace that seems to gather odds and ends... thanks so much

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  84. I'm sure I will be making another pillow with the beautiful linens.

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  85. I am a follower and love your blog. I'm giving away a bag on my blog.

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  86. so pretty! i think i would like a bag or something!

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  87. I'd make clothes for my little ones! Thank you :)
    Tia
    mtrand2 AT gmail DOT com

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  88. The vintage linen would make a beautiful addition to the quilt I'm making.

    x

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  89. The word "joy" has always had very special meaning to me as it reminds me of my mother. I would love to make a pillow with that beautiful white/blue linen--it would be great in my bedroom.

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  90. I would make a gorgeous, one of a kind apron from these vintage linens, and send it to one of my daughters, who would treasure it forever!

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  91. I am a happy regular follower of your blog!~

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  92. I am following you on Twitter!

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  93. My favorite item from your shop is the vintage (embroidered) cloth napkins!

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  94. I'd make some twirly skirts for my girls. Thank you for the giveaway!

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  95. Oh my goodness what a beautifully elegant collection you are giving away. Thank you so much for a chance to win these treasures. I don't know what I would make until I could fondle and enjoy looking at the beautiful linen and then maybe it would let me know what it should become. Everything is just wonderful and the Joy pendant is perfect for the season and all year round. Thanks again...

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  96. I'd love to make pillows with he vintage linen, they look so calm and comforting.Thanks for the lovely giveaway!

    nabihawangde(at)gmail(dot)com

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  97. I love the key to hope necklace in your shop.

    nabihawangde(at)gmail(dot)com

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  98. Oh how lovely! I would use the linens to make a travel jewelry container. And maybe some lovely lavender pillows for my dresser and to hang in the closet.

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  99. Oh my! Those would make a lovely pillow! Thank you for the chance to win these lovely goodies. I love that necklace. Jesus gives me joy!
    Sivje

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  100. I would make a new apron for my MIL, she loves all those vintage prints

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  101. perhaps make it into pretty cosmetic bag with this delicate linen of yours.thanks for the chance.

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  102. Beautiful vintage pack! I'd have to make some pillow cases for the guest room. So pretty!

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  103. I would make pillow cases or shams or pillows

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  104. I follow your blog

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  105. I follow you on twitter

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  106. I love your necklaces at your shop

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  107. Love it. I would probably make something to use with my new little one that's coming, maybe a diaper/wipe clutch.

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  108. I'm a new follower, will be back later to browse some more.

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  109. Oh, my what is there not to love in your shop!? I love the necklaces, vintage sheets, buttons and trims the best.

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  110. I would make baby quilts or doll quilts featuring each of the vintage fabrics. So lovely.

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  111. I can see a pillow from the hankerchief and maybe a nightie for my little girl from the tablecloth. :)
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  112. I am a follower.
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  113. I would make some little bags.

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  114. I love your simple leaf stamped necklace.

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  115. I'm now a follower.

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  116. Thanks for the opportunity! I would make beautiful pillowcases :)

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  117. I love the necklaces! Pretty!

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  118. The love and faithfulness necklace is my favorite!
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  119. Oh my goodness - 5 kids and still time to craft? I have to follow you for inspiration and to see how in the world you do that :)

    So following you now.

    Marilize
    marilize(dot)paulsen(at)gmail(dot)com

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  120. I absolutely love your handstamped jewelry - the "spirit" bird pendant necklace is my favourite.

    You have very talented hands :)

    Marilize
    marilize(dot)paulsen(at)gmail(dot)com

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  121. Thank you for an absolutely wonderful giveaway. I would want to make my mother in law something special if I win this box of fantastical things. I'm not sure what yet, but it will be something that celebrates her - so something to store her treasures in or to display some of her handmade goodies.

    Thank you for a chance to win and make her happy :)

    Marilize
    marilize(dot)paulsen(at)gmail(dot)com

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  122. Can I use the tablecloth as a tablecloth? I am in dire need of one.. our table is SO UGLY!

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  123. I may use them to make a pretty zipper bag to hold jewlery.

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  124. I would probably make a very pretty pillow or maybe even a wall quilt. Those colors look so peaceful and harmonious. Happy Holidays!

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  125. I'd like to make a dress for my two year old with the linen. So nice. Thanks!

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  126. I'm one of your followers. And I've had my eye on some of your buttons since you told us about them!

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  127. I LOVE that four vintage pillow covers, so beautiful

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  128. When I win I think i'll make a small doll quilt with the linens.

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  129. How lovely! I think maybe I would make a handbag...or maybe a dress for my little girl.

    ljbourque at gmail dot com

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  130. Second entry - In your shop, I love the vintage buttons!

    ljbourque at gmail dot com

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  131. Not sure what I'd make with it...might just add it to my stash of vintage linens that I admire and love! froggygirldesigns at gmail dot com

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  132. I think the Be Still and Know is my favorite! froggygirldesigns at gmail dot com

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  133. Thank you for the give away. I would love to hold the linen stash in my hands and then whatever inspiration comes to me I would proceed.
    skowens (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

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  134. You have so many lovely things in your shop. I am a sucker for all things vintage and fabric. Thank you again.
    skowens (at) sbcglobal (dot) net

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  135. ooh, I have such a weakness for vintage linens! I think I'd make a breezy sundress for my daughter!
    Best,
    Michelle
    daydreambelievershop(at)gmail(dot)com

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  136. Love linen! I should make pillows for my shabby chic guest bedroom.

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  137. thank you for the chance to win. i would make a pillow or table runner

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  138. I would like to make a apron for my daughter out of the vintage fabric. She is getting married and I think it would be a wonderful gift. Have a joyous holiday season. lauri.rymar@gmail.com

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  139. I would make a clutch/wallet with the bundle.

    My birthday is Saturday, so this would be such a great birthday present!

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  140. I'd use it for a journal cover. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  141. I'd like to put the tablecloth on a table! The entry above suggested a journal cover and I think that that is a good idea too.

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  142. I like the Vintage Pin - Trio of Lavender Roses from the Etsy shop.

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  143. That fat quarter would be a beautiful component in a purse !

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  144. I am thinking a dress for my baby girl...
    nikkipeachy AT yahoo DOT com

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  145. A quilt or a pretty skirt!
    Great giveaway!

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  146. Your love and faithfulness necklace is so pretty!

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  147. On of my projects is girl art quilts so the bundle would become a backdrop, a dress, or an accent piece!

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  148. I love the medieval tapestries in your shop!

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  149. I follow on twitter! @ElfRenee

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  150. I would make lovely baby clothes!!! :)

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  151. I like the vintage pin (trio of lavender) from your store the best. :)

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  152. I would make a couple small pillows. The designs are so pretty!

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  153. I would love to make some pillows for my crafting area/nest. I'm following you on Twitter and favored your Etsy shop too; like the EUCHARISTEO necklace a whole lot. Nice blog. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  154. SImple leaf hand stamped necklace.

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  155. I would make a beautiful skirt for the little one.

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  156. A table topper. Thanks for the giveaway! Merry Christmas!

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  157. I love the Joy necklace and Fantastic Vintage Towel Set - Bath, Hand, and Washcloth - Retro Brown.

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  158. I'd like to use the material for a pillow...perfect for my bedroom.

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  159. I am a follower of your blog as of today. thank you.

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  160. I would make a cushion cover or bag with the fabric!

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  161. I love the Leaves of Healing necklace in your shop!

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  162. Wow, how gorgeous. A quilt for sure. i'd probably mix in my slowly growing collection of vintage hankerchiefs and vintage embroidered bits and pieces too :)

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  163. You have a gorgeous etsy shop- my favourite thing has to be the Set of Two Amazing Vintage Medieval Themed Tapestries - in fact, I think I'm going to have to buy them straight away because I don't want anyone else to get them! I love all your vintage sheets :)

    (On etsy I'm snowflake249)

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  164. I am gonna make some zipper pouches :)

    Awesome prize! Thank you!
    violet_bg1(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  165. I currently interested in embroidery and I want to make embroidered linens.

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  166. That Joy necklace is so special!
    I'd make a sweet purse with the vintage linen bundle.

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  167. This would make a lovely pillow :)
    Susanne

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  168. I follow (Google Reader) :)
    Susanne

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  169. Love these rattan coasters :)
    Susanne

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  170. your new twitter follower! :)

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  171. Not sure what I'd make with all those beautiful items, but I have been wanting to make a hanky quilt, so I know what I'd do with one item.

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  172. I think that would make a lovely table topper.

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  173. Vintage linens make such cute sunbonnets for my little girl. I'd definitely make one of those :)

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  174. Thanks for the giveaway! I would make lovely home decor for my new and first apartment!

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  175. I love the Sweetness of Life Necklace its soo pretty!

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  176. The fabric usually tells me what it wants to become, but I have several friends expecting baby girls in the spring and I bet that fat quarter could make some cute baby items!
    mindfulhome at gmail dot com

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  177. I've been looking for a beautiful table cloth, so it's possible I wouldn't even cut that one up! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  178. I've been collecting vintage sheets to make dresden plates.

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  179. I'm a follower of your blog.

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  180. I like your hand stamped shine pendant

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  181. I would proably make some new pillows-LOVE pillows

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  182. I would like to make a tunictop or dress for my daughter out of that emroidered table cloth. Love that stuff!
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  183. Beautiful giveaway. I don't think I could cut up that tablecloth. Too pretty but the hankie I would use in a tote. I have been collecting hankies for a pattern I have. Thanks for the chance.

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  184. I *think* I would make a clutch for myself, but it might scream to be a different item once it is in my hands. :)

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  185. I like the pendant that is stamped "To God be the glory."

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  186. Following with friend connect.

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  187. I think I would make a few pillows from the tablecloth.

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  188. The tablecloth would become a topper for my round table, the hankie would be used as a coaster under my favorite vase, the fabric would go into a bag decorated with the buttons!

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  189. What a lovely giveaway! Depending on the size I would turn the tablecloth into a curtain for my bedroom closet and use the linens to line crocheted bags.

    Thanks!

    :) Sheila
    smb1012 @ gmail.com

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  190. Two of my favorite things - buttons and linen. I don't know what I'd make - I have a tendency to just look at them for a while.

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