Last chance to enter the giveaway!

Hello everyone!

Just a quick reminder that now is your last chance to enter my 100 Follower Giveaway! This is a pretty awesome giveaway, a pound of assorted vintage buttons! Remember, leave a comment on the original post (not this post) telling me what you’d do with the pound of buttons if you won, or sharing your favourite unusual use of buttons. Click here to go to the post and enter!

I’m going to cut off entries today at noon, Pacific Standard Time. (That’s 6 hours from when this post was published.) I want to make sure I can contact the winner before I leave town and get your goodie bag in the mail!

I’m amazed at how many entries there are so far, and thrilled to see how many button lovers there are in the world. Yay, I’m not alone! (Oh and, some of you thought your comment disappeared so you’ve re-entered. Don’t worry, since there are over 50 comments now, there’s a page 1 and page 2 for the comments.)

Thanks for visiting! I’ll announce the winner first thing tomorrow morning.

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3 Responses to Last chance to enter the giveaway!

  1. Suzie July 27, 2010 at 6:21 am #

    Doh…that was me who thought my comment had dissappeared. Only after my second comment did I realise I was being an idiot and there were two pages!!! Sorry!!!!

  2. Greta July 27, 2010 at 7:40 am #

    I found your site yesterday when I was looking for a shirtdress pattern for my 12-year-old foster daughter. I like to believe that when she is wearing a beautiful dress made by me, she has a kind of armor on. None of her peers can say anything mean. More than that, they can’t help but notice her inner beauty, her innocence — everything that makes her special. She is a fair-skinned blonde, so it’s all pastels (sometimes red) for her! She loves my [meager] button stash and has made earrings out of buttons and paperclips. She also used them for her project in the Egyptian unit of social studies: “jewels” in a cloth breast plate and arm bands.

    I use buttons to decorate art quilts, and bags, but my most creative art quilts have been math flash cards, about 5″ x 8″. It is fun to add a tactile component to the visual learning. I would love to share pics on a blog but I am too busy being mom!

  3. Fourth Daughter July 28, 2010 at 12:11 am #

    I’m wondering if this is just a devious plot by you to divest yourself of UFOs??!! A whole POUND of buttons?
    Anyway just dropping by to say my leather project is finished… the one that I started AFTER you did that very helpful tutorial, doh!!