Our Way of Saying Thanks (A Giveaway)

Hi Friends!

It’s that time of the month for another giveaway!

This giveaway is straight from the profits I have made from my etsy shop and other business adventures. It’s my way of saying Thank you, from the bottom of my heart for making my business a success. Thank you for coming back and letting me work and create for you. Thank you for reading and doing all you do. If it wasn’t for each and every one of you. I’d probably be drinking water out of a gutter, okay, not really. You get the point though. Right?

So who’s the giveaway from? I thought it would be appropriate to offer a gift certificate from Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store. I recognize most of you come to the blog looking for a little DIY and How-To’s. I would like to help you get your DIY on. Rather that is crocheting a blanket, making a quilt, sewing up a storm, or getting crafty with some art or Christmas Ornaments. This Giveaway is for you!

Just because I like how a certain blogger sets up their giveaways (hey, it’s simple and it works), I’m going to be a copycat and do the same.

PRIZE: $10 gift card to Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store.
TO ENTER: Comment on this post with the words “YOUR WELCOME” and tweet this giveaway.
GIVEAWAY CLOSES: Friday, Sept 10th at 12:01am Central Time
NUMBER OF WINNERS: One
PRIZE SHIPS: Via E-mail for Online shopping only. Your plastic gift card will arrive in 5-7 days via mail.
DETAILS: The winner will be selected using random.org and announced on Monday as an update to this post. We will be in contact shortly there after.

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We weren’t paid or perked for this giveaway. Okay, maybe we were paid to do work for clients, but it’s money we earned and want to give back to our loyal readers. Thank you!

Holiday Party Invitations

No news on the house buying process today.

However, I awoke especially early before the kids to get these two new invitations up in the zazzle shop. They’re originally in my etsy shop, but since it’s closed for business currently, I decided to make them available in zazzle. You can edit it with any verbiage you want (and change the font) without having to go through the proofing process with me.

Easy as pie! Right?



I designed the Turkey to match more modern Thanksgiving decoration. I imagine colors of beige, burlap, orange and gold all around your dinner table..



Some days I have a few minutes to spare to work on a zazzle design. I still don’t have the time to commit to projects that require a length of time. Next week we’ll have 45 days left to find a house. Eek!

Have a Happy weekend everyone!