Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Fabric Notecard Sets GIVEAWAY (closed)


Note: This Giveaway is now closed.
Who doesn't love a cute set of notecards? Sometimes you feel like buying them, just because they're cute...and then they go in a drawer, with the rest of the stash. Well, at my first baby shower (when I was pregnant with Lucy), my sister-in-law gave me two sets of notecards as part of her gift. And it was BRILLIANT. Someone who's celebrating a birthday, a baby, a wedding, etc. is bound to have plenty of Thank You notes to write. And it was a life-saver to have the cards all ready in front of me. I just had to write the words.

So, for Mother's Day (or any occasion), give a set of Fabric Notecards, made from your fabric scraps. You can find the complete tutorial HERE:
But, are you looking for the short-cut?
YEP, I did mention the word GIVEAWAY.

If you've read my blog for the past year, you know I love to make these. And when you're making one, you should probably just make......30?

So, I'm giving away Notecard sets! In a variety of flavors.

A color scheme that's often on my mind.....
a peek of ruffles?
look familiar?
how about these scraps?
There are 30 cards to go around.
So that means........SIX winners!

Each set comes with 5 cards and 5 white envelopes,
all wrapped up to give as a gift, or to un-tie and enjoy yourself.
And though it's not a requirement for the giveaway, I'd love to know how many projects you can identify in the fabrics below! Each of these fabrics has been used in a MADE project sometime in the last year....most of them more recent than that. I spy?.....
Okay, on with the show.

Giveaway Rules:
* Leave a comment! That's it.
* Leave you EMAIL ADDRESS in your comment.
* Only ONE entry per person.
* If you forget something and need to leave a second comment, go back and DELETE your first comment.
* Open to anyone with a normal address in the world.
* There will be SIX winners!
* Giveaway ends THURSDAY 4/22 at 10pm (Central Time).

And that's it!
Winners will be announced on Friday and emailed for their mailing addresses.

Good luck!
And check out the Double Apron Tutorials on Ruffles and Stuff! Very cool.

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