Friday, July 02, 2010

~Giveaway Day!~

So...I've seen all kinds of impressive giveaways lately. In fact, just today I've entered in some giveaways that are for $100 or more in products.

Sorry, you won't find that kind of giveaway here! I've never blogged for profit, so I don't have companies lining up asking me to give away their products!

However, my own two little hands have made this:


and I want to give it to YOU. Well, *one* of YOU.

Would you like to win?

There is a very simple way to enter:
Leave a comment on this post telling me how you would use this tote. That's it. :-) There must be a way to contact you! Either an email address, or if you are a blogger a valid blog address.

There is a slightly more complicated way to enter:
Blog about the giveaway! Leave a separate comment on this post letting me know that you have blogged about my giveaway!

Comments will be closed on Monday night. EDITED: I'm extending the entries until Friday night.

Please visit my shop to see more ruffle totes and a few other goodies as well!

25 comments:

Jessie said...

I'd love to have that beautiful tote to use as a library bag. It would be perfect for carrying the kids books to and from the library.

Heather said...

I'd use this tote for Friday's when I hang out by the pool! (water bottle, book, sunscreen)

Patiently Waiting said...

This tote looks perfect for summer travels to the lake, cottage, and day trips. It would also function perfectly as a book bag for school.

Melissa said...

I fell in love with this tote when I first saw it! It looks like a great back to put a couple of books and snack in to bring to the park.

Anonymous said...

This is so pretty, Tammy. I think I'd use it as a project bag for my knitting, or...If I was feeling especially generous, I'd put the Food Network cooking magazines that I've been saving it it and give it as a apartment-warming gift for my oldest daughter moving to Louisville:(
Sue, Cincy OH

Charity said...

Very cute!! It looks like it would make a great knitting project bag! :)

JennGB on PAI said...

I'd use it for a diaper bag - it's so much prettier than the little backpack I use now!

Open Roads Mama said...

It is one sweet givaway! Handmade is the best! :)
If I won, I would put BB's little toys in it when when we go for our outings - I like to have a few toys with me, ready to be pulled out by little hands :) This would be perfect, cute as a button and so girly looking, for me, and with all kinds of fun things for BB inside :)

Fickes Family said...

This bag is so cute! It would be great for taking Sunday School items back and forth to church.

Acadia said...

Such a sweet little tote! I would use it to hold one of my travel knitting projects. I never leave home without my knitting!

Acadia

Carolyn said...

What a beautiful tote! I think I would use it to carry my Bible and music books to church on Sunday.

Melissa said...

Cute! I would use it for library books, or for crayons and other supplies to keep the kids busy during church, or as a purse substitute, etc.

Peggy said...

Hi Tammy! What a beautiful bag! My gran would love to use that bag. She is crazy over the flag colors and loves carrying tote bags with all of her things. And with the ruffle, it is very feminine. My email address is m.sitbon@comcast.net. Thanks!

Cynthia said...

Very cute! I would use it for my Avon books that I give out.

Carissa said...

I blogged about it.

http://atableforseven.blogspot.com/2010/07/homemade-tote-give-away.html

Carissa

Deb said...

Hi Tammy ~ I think your bag is wonderful, and i would LOVE to win it! I would use it for my main purse. And I think it would be a special bag to take with me when we travel on our 30th anniv trip next month. Thanks for the chance.

Anonymous said...

Cute bag! I would use it when my husband and I go for a ride and I take reading materials and snacks. Thanks. Sue

Mattias Gramy said...

Sweet tote! I would use it for a tote bag for a Women's retreat. Each year a "bag" is selected for our retreats. A gift to the women for their Bible, notebook and etc. for the weekend. I would love to have something handmade for our Women at this next year's retreat.
Would love to chat about cost and the consideration of 60+ totes.

Carolyn Carney
Director of Women's Ministries
Cornerstone Bible Church of Glendora

Tammy said...

Hi Carolyn,
I would love to chat with you! Please send me an email and we'll go from there!
mrstammys {at} hotmail {dot} com

alli said...

I would use it to carry my summer reading books to the beach! :)

northssclub at yahoo dot com

HopiQ said...

oh, giveaways are a lot of fun! You are one of the first blogs I started reading when I started blogging, and I'm still reading! :) Honestly, a cute tote bag would be used for a multitude of things around here! :) A purse for me/library bag/church book bag/picnic or snacks/traveling...
You get the idea!

Thanks for a great blog. I always enjoy your posts and catching glimpses of your life. You are an encouragement to me!

daveandhope (at) yahoo (dot) com

Karon said...

I could totally see putting a book or two in it to take to a coffeehouse this fall when my son is in preschool. :) Beautiful bags, Tammy! My e-mail is zabfamily06@verizon.net

Thelma said...

Love the bag! I would use it for work; carrying my lunch and waterbottle, and whatever files I might need.

Megan said...

Cute, cute, cute!! I would use the bag for toting things from home to work and back again.

You do beautiful work Tammy!

Anonymous said...

This bag is too cute! My girls and I love to go on "nature walks". I would pack our identification guides, sketchbooks, colored pencils and my camera in the bag and then when they found wonderful objects (leaves & flowers to press, pinecones, pretty pebbles, feathers, and so forth) I would have the bag to carry them home in. How sweet of you to give this away to someone! Homemade is truly the best, isn't it?

Thanks for the opportunity!
Susie

blainefamily (at) cableone (dot) net