Monday, May 21, 2012

giveaway day!

GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED. 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 {grateful} Hand Stamped Nickel Pendant

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


bundle includes:
a gorgeous vintage cross stitched linen table runner with scalloped edges, over half a yard of some beautiful shabby chic inspired floral fabric, a fun vintage pattern, two large crocheted doilies, four vintage lace trims and bias tape, and over fifteen fantastic vintage buttons!

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and you'll also win this sweet pendant!

"Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good;
    His love endures forever."
I Chronicles 16:34
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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.

3. 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.)

4. 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 8pm (EST) on Friday, May 25th.
Good luck, everyone!


364 comments:

  1. How lovely! I don't know what I'd make...I'd have to touch and feel it and decide in person.
    Thank you.

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  2. Love your necklaces in the shop...this one is great...
    Love and Faithfulness...
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/99893417/love-and-faithfulness-hand-stamped

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  3. I follow your blog.

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  4. and I follow your twitter. =)

    Thanks again.

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  5. I've never really worked with linen but i'd love the chance!

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  6. i like your faith pendant in the shop

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  7. I'm not sure what I could make but I could come up with something. I possibly have an idea for the buttons. This would be sweet to win!

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  8. My favorite items in your shop are the Pure In Heart necklace with the heart charm and vintage pearl and the Beloved necklace with the rosebud. I seem to have a thing for hearts.

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  9. Such a beautiful giveaway! I would make myself a little zipper bag to carry in my purse! Thank you for the chance to win!

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  10. I think I might make a pillow with the vintage linens. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  11. The lace matches the linens so perfectly! I think Cadence would love a new skirt :) What a great bundle Lora!!

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  12. I love the "Let go Let God" pendant. I need to constantly remind myself of that.

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  13. I love your new creation necklace. And your treasure necklace. And of course the oceans will praise him necklace :)

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  14. I follow you on twitter! :) xo

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  15. I would probably make a skirt for my daughter with some of the items in the bundle.
    Thanks,
    Erin
    emstone28@gmail.com

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  16. Love the beautiful bundle, but that pendant is the BEST! :)
    Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. Love this pillowcase bundle! http://www.etsy.com/listing/97854678/vintage-pillowcase-bundle-retro-spring

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  18. I'm also a follower!!!

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  19. I would use these items to make a dress for Dress A Girl Around the World and then the extra items that I didn't use on the dress would go to accent other dresses... as pockets and cuteness accents
    http://sewdelightful.blogspot.com/

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  20. I think a placemat for my office would look nice

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  21. Love stamped items and this necklace is especially beautiful...

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  22. Great giveaway!
    Those colors would look really well in my livingroom right now . . . maybe a small pillow for my chair?

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  23. Your 'trust and obey' necklace is really speaking to me right now . . .

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  24. . . . and I follow your blog! (and love it) ;)

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  25. I would make something cute for our new apartment :)

    Jenna
    callherhappy.com

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  26. Anonymous11:08 AM

    I would have to see it first, but I would probably use it on a lot of different projects!
    Thanks for a lovely giveaway!
    ~Lindsay
    lmchishaffer@aol.com

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  27. I think I would make a handbag.

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  28. i would make a little bag for my grandmother. she loves handmade things. :)

    thanks for sharing! you can reach me at supersharmie at gmail dot com :)

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  29. Thanks for the giveaway! I would make something for my grandma.

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  30. i'm a follower! thank you

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  31. i think i might make a new apron for my son. thanks!

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  32. I already follow your blog. Lovely giveaway!

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  33. If I won, I would probably make a cute pillow for my shabby chic bedroom.

    clarkclay@bellsouth.net

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  34. i love the vintage linens and that you have kids patterns-thanks

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  35. In your shop, I love the Pure in Heart necklace. My little Gdaughter would take that away from me. :)

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  36. Most of the notions would in some way be incorporated into new dresses for my daughter

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  37. I would love to make something to hand above my sewing area!

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  38. in your shop, I love the copper leaf earrings

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  39. blog follower

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  40. twitter follower- WeeShare

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  41. Following you on Twitter. embmimi

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  42. I love your necklaces with the antique keys :)

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  43. I am a happy, long time follower :)

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  44. I am a new follower on Twitter!

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  45. I would like to make some type of pillow or maybe small wallhanging...thanks!

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  46. I like your vintage cutter bundle and some of your necklaces...very cute!

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  47. I'm unsure what I'd make first but I can tell you that that green lace will make it onto my next green skirt that I'm planning!

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  48. I saw that lavender trio vintage pin...had I not told myself I'd not purchase a thing in May, I'dve bought it already!

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  49. wow - i love this vintage giveaway! i would love to make a kindle case with it. And with the scraps, i've been needing pretty / decorative hair pins since I am growing my bangs out.

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  50. I would make something for my girlies from the vintage linens- maybe something with a doily collar?
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  51. The hand stamped "peace" necklace is my favorite!

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  52. I am a GFC follower.
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  53. Oh my gosh - my grandmother is turning 90 this year and I'm at a loss for what to get her. I bet I could make something extra special for her with this bundle. :)

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  54. I am seeing a bag out of your bundle!!

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  55. Love the vintage bundle! I'm thinking it would be the makings for either a piece of clothing for one of my girls (6 months and 2 years) or maybe a cute little purse!

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  56. I just visited your shop and in addition to loving your vintage giveaway I love your vintage textiles!!! I'm not a jewelry wearer, but think your handmade creations are a blessing. Keep up the good work! I rarely make anything for myself, but would make maybe an apron or something of the like with your giveaway. :o)

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  57. I would make something for my little one!

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  58. My favorite item is the eucharisteo necklace!

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  59. i would like to make a vintage quilt for my soon to be baby

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  60. The photo of that bundle just sucked me right in! I am making my daughter a doll for Christmas, and I would use this to make some dress-up clothes.

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  61. The table runner is lovely! As for the bundle, hmmm not sure because I've never worked with linen before!

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  62. How lovely! I think I'd make a Zakka project with that linen. Thanks so much for sharing!

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  63. Ooh! i am hoping to start finding vintage doilies to make one of those cool lampshades. Have you seen them?
    kirkwood0419(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  64. Lora-I would use the linens and lace and buttons in quilts, sachet bags and mixed media wall art. I love the pendant. Thank you.

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  65. I love the bundle...I'd definitely make some pretty pillow cases with the fabric and trim...the table runner is so pretty!...thanks for such a generous giveaway!

    ~Have a lovely day!

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  66. I'm already a follower!

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  67. I visited your shop. So many beautiful and interesting items. I especially like the sparrow pendant and Pure in Heart with pearl. Thank you for the giveaway.

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  68. I tweeted at https://twitter.com/#!/AFFECTIOKNIT/status/204634590051184641

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  69. I already follow you on Twitter too!

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  70. My favorite from your shop is the little "Peace" necklace with the pearl...

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  71. an apron
    fingers crossed! treevt80 at yahoo dot com

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  72. His Eye is on the Sparrow Necklace with turquoise I just love anything with birds or blue!
    fingers crossed! treevt80 at yahoo dot com

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  73. I think I would use the doily's to make a pillowcase.

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  74. I think I would make an apron. :)
    seemommysew @gmailDOTcom

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  75. Love your necklaces! I think my favorite is, Fear No, You are Mine.
    seemommysew @gmailDOTcom

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  76. I'm really loving the fabric bias. I would definitely make a vintage inspired shirt using the pattern, buttons, and bias! Thank you for the chance to win!

    -Dulce
    ruelasjacobo90@gmail.com

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  77. I love your Set of Two Teacup Necklaces with silver teacup charms and vintage pearls. They're sooo cute! :D

    -Dulce
    ruelasjacobo90@gmail.com

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  78. I would make something for my daughter ofcourse!

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  79. I am a new follower!

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  80. I love all of the necklaces in your etsy shop but I love his eyes are on the sparrow! Please keep up the amazing work God has blessed you with a wonderful talent!

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  81. I might do a fun tutorial I saw the other day for covering an ugly logo on a reusable shopping bag with fabric you like-I think this would be perfect for a yellow bag I just got to turn it into a super cute bag I'd actually want to use

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  82. Oooh, fun. Looking at some other people's responses makes me think I could make a fluffy skirt for the baby, as well as other things...

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  83. And I've been a blog follower for ages...

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  84. ... but am newly a Twitter follower. (I don't really do twitter, much, but I have an account, and maybe I will sometime... it's under my email address but a different name!)

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  85. And my favorite thing is still the necklace I got my mother at Christmas... but seeing how cute the green seersucker dress I made the baby is, I think the red seersucker you have in your shop might be my favorite at the moment.

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  86. just beautiful, I would love to make a little jewellery roll to store it in,

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  87. I am not sure what I would make! But, I am so glad I found your blog! I too am a crafty, blogger, mom, who loves Jesus! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  88. I think I would make a lovely wall hanging of some sort with the bundle! So cute. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  89. I think my favorite thing in your shop is the "Shine" necklace... but it is hard to choose! That Mother Goose quilt is awesome!

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  90. And I am a new subscriber! Thanks so much.

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  91. I love the lace trim, and I'd use it to finish hems. Gorgeous!

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  92. I subscribe to your blog.

    rebekahricker (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  93. I'm not sure yet...maybe a clothing item of some sort, an accessory?

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  94. Ooo love this giveaway!! I can imagine sewing something zakka-ish with linen and lace and loveliness :)

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  95. I'm not sure what I would make, but they are lovely. The pendant is so cute.

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  96. I love to use vintage linens on little half aprons!

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  97. I am a happy regular follower of your blog.

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  98. I'd make little pouches!

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  99. I like the hand stamped silver necklace with a pearl!

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  100. Not sure what I would make with the bundle. I would need to see it and see what it says to me.

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  101. I am a follower of your blog.

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  102. I follow you on twitter.

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  103. I love your Fear Not, You Are Mine necklace. Love love it.

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  104. I would love to make a sweet little dress for my daughter out of the linen bundle.

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  105. I would love to make an art quilt with free motion quilting - just love all that stuff :-) What a great give away. Have a great week.
    Quilthugs from Norway.

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  106. Love the vintage trims and the cabby chich bundle :-) Love your towls too.

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  107. I think a pillow would be a lovely use of the linen!

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  108. And I love the "Love and Faithfulness" pendant in your shop!

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  109. I think the pendant is lovely but I also love the vintage tablerunner. My gran always had doilies and tablerunners decorating her house. Thanks for the chance to win such a fun packet of things.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  110. I am a new follower of your blog- it is always nice to meet new to me blogs.
    Thanks for the chance to win such a fun vintage prize.
    Regards,
    Anna

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  111. How so pretty! I would make a very pretty lacey pillow for my bed.

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  112. I am a follower. It's always a joy to read your blog.

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  113. I've never worked with linen before but I jst bought Zakka style and there are some cute projects I'm really looking forward to! Thank you

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  114. i would make a quilt for my bed

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  115. Such sweet goodies to play with, maybe I'd make a vintage clutch for myself!
    Thank you!

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  116. I woulf make some lovely hankies with the orange lace trin and the floral fabric :)

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  117. The Tea for Tow in your shop is so cute!

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  118. I would make a tote from all those vintage goodies. I have a pattern using hankies for the tote and I think the vintage items would work great too.

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  119. In your shop, I love the tea for two necklaces.

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  120. I think I'd make a dress for my daughter that mixes in the vintage.

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  121. I think I would try out embellishing a scarf with the lace and use the linen for a clutch.

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  122. Love the pendent not yet sure what I would make if I won.

    http://richardquilts.blogspot.com

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  123. To be honest, I mostly want that table runner. It would go fantastic in my vintage orange and yellow kitchen.

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  124. I'm not sure what I would make with it but I'm thinking it would look great in a quilt with pieces of my grandmother's dress that I was planning on cutting up and other vintage fabric.

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  125. I could make a pretty nice apron with all that vintage goodness!

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  126. thanks for the giveaway! I would like to use the lace on some of my shirt refashions

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  127. http://www.etsy.com/listing/71995667/set-of-two-shabby-chic-quilted-vintage
    I like that

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  128. I follow you on twitter

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  129. Oh wow! I love to sew buntings and adorn clothes and bags with vintage linen. :)

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  130. I follow you on Twitter as dspdavey.

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  131. From your store I love your Family Tree necklace. :)

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  132. I would love t o make a cloth for my coffee table

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  133. I would love to make a pretty pillow. My living room needs something new!

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  134. Thanks for hosting a giveaway!
    I would try my hand at making some of the fun pillows I seen lately using doilies!

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  135. I don't know what I'd make...I'd have to touch and feel it and decide in person.
    Thank you.

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  136. Oh wow!!! That looks like an amazing prize!:) I would probably use the lace for a clothing reconstruction project, but like a few others have said I think I would have to see and feel it all first to decide.:)

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  137. Ooh! A vintage supplies prize. That's my favorite. Most likely the lace would become part of a patchwork lace curtain I'm slowly but surely assembling for a window that needs a curtain but also needs to allow light. Thus far it's comprised of some vintage lace pieces and some doilies. I know it sounds awful, but I think it looks pretty great - it just needs to gain a few feet. The cross-stitched piece would likely become the back cloth for one of my embroidered illustrations; the notions, buttons, flowered fabric would all become parts of garments I sew this summer and the vintage pattern would happily join my few others for inspiration if not direct use!

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  138. Your Etsy shop is great. My favorite two things are the ABC's vintage flat sheet - I've never seen anything like it. And, I love the vintage scalloped-edged trim. But I also like the treasure necklace with the key as a pendant.

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  139. I would use the bundle in some garment refashion projects. hastacualquierdia(at)yahoo(dot)com(dot)ar

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  140. I will make something for my daughter. becker(dot)olga(at)gmail(dot)com

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  141. What a fun giveaway! I would probably make a bag so that I could incorporate many of your giveaway items in it (although I might want to keep the table runner intact - I love the embroidered linens). Thanks for the chance to win!

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  142. Visited your shop. I love the rosebud necklace - so dainty. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  143. These are so beautiful! I've been really wanting to incorporate stuff like this into some simple garments. I don't like the prints of many apparel fabrics out there, but it would be nice to jazz up some solid simple shirts!

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  144. I think I'd use the fabric and the table runner to make some tops from other vintage patterns I have (I feel that they'd lend themselves well to a top with a bibbed neckline). Thanks! sneakfuzz at hotmail

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  145. I love the pure in heart necklace

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  146. i follow your blog

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  147. joycemosby(at) yahoo(dot)com

    I would sew a dress for my little granddaughter.

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  148. I would love to make jewelry with the giveaway stuff. The lace and buttons and fabric could make so many fun pieces!

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  149. I see your lovely giveaway becoming an apron...

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  150. I love the Bold Retro Flowers Vintage Full Flat Sheet in your shop.

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  151. I love love love the "To God Be The Glory" pendant with the music notes in your shop.

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  152. I think that I would make some type of wall hanging.

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  153. My favourite item from your shop is Teardrop Sterling Silver Necklace with vintage pearl with loved on it :)

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  154. I've never used vintage linens, but always wanted to. Not quite sure what I'd make yet though :) footprint13@gmail.com

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  155. I love the "forgiven" and "redeemed" necklaces!

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  156. I follow your blog

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  157. I would make a gorgeous beanie or warm hat for winter! Thanks for the chance to win :-) Beautiful blog x

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  158. My favourite item from your shop is actually the 'grateful' stamped pendant - I remind myself everyday to be grateful for the few things I do have, and to stop focusing too much on those things I don't have!

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  159. I might make a bag or a coaster.
    anghhong@yahoo.com

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  160. I am also a follower
    anghhong@yahoo.com

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  161. Oooh, thank you for the giveaway! I'd make my baby girl something because she just looks so darn cute in vintage!

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  162. i would make a bag or a mixed media piece

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  163. I would use it to make an art quilt.

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  164. So many awesome things in your shop. I really like the Let Go, Let God pendents.

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  165. I am a new follower.

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  166. What a fabulous giveaway. I would love to decorate a vest with these great vintage linens. Thanks!

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  167. You make the prettiest stuff. I love your hand stamped pendents. I like the one that says "Accepted" But I'd love to see one that says "Saved"

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  168. I would probably make a pillow. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  169. I've been wanting to try my hand at some crazy quilting. I might use some of those gorgeous, vintage supplies for that.

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  170. My favorite is the live laugh love pendant.

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  171. I love the vintage fabric and pillowcases in your shop!

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  172. I'm a new follower!

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  173. I would make a little bag for my daughter. thanks for the chance.

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  174. I love your hand stamped necklaces.

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  175. I am not sure yet what I would make until I saw and touched it. I just love the pendant though!

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  176. My favorite item in your shop is the fear not, for you are mine pendant.

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  177. I don't know for sure but probably some bags featuring the vintage linens

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  178. I'd make a blouse or top for myself.

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  179. I like the vintage fabric with bold flowers that's on sale in your shop.

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  180. I think I might make a shadow box with layers and textures and treasures.

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  181. I love your shop. If I must choose a favorite, I'd say the sparrow pendant, or perhaps the Pure In Hesrt necklace.

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  182. I am not sure what I would make. I love to use vintage items to make pillows and tote bags, also they are fun to use with my embroidery.

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  183. I am a new follower of your blog.

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  184. I am drafting a crazy quilt similar to my great grans, so the vintage would be wonderful to use in this plan.

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  185. would be fun to make a wallhanging with those fun things. and that necklace would be fantastic to give my daughter for her birthday in august--peridot is the gem for august and she made me a journal to record three things for which i'm thankful each day. thanks for the opportunity and have a great day

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  186. I would make my girlfriend a bag with your lovely linen...

    xo Steph

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  187. loving your teacup necklace...

    xo Steph

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  188. Followering you on twitter @Overit_Steph

    xo Steph

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  189. I think I'd make myself a very trendy tablecloth!
    Cheers!

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  190. I would make some pillows for my backyard launge.

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  191. I'm a new follower!

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  192. i love Set of Two Shabby Chic Quilted Vintage Placemats with matching Cloth Napkins

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  193. those doillies would make lovely collars on a frock for my tiny!

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  194. I would make a lovely pouch :)
    Susanne

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  195. I follow (Google Reader) :)
    Susanne

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  196. I would make a cover for my sewing machine

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  197. I love vintage items and have a few in my collection. If I made something from them, it would probably be a pillow, but I think that I would probably keep it with the rest of my things and just admire it. Thank you so much for this great giveaway.

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