Get up offa that thing? Yes. You. Why? Because it's time for a little happy dance. Today is Sew Mama Sew December Giveaway Day. (Pausing for a little happy dance of my own here. Go on. Try it. It's fun.)
Up for grabs today from You Go Girl! is some Daisy Chain love. I have a little stack of fabric and a Shopper tote made from this See and Sew Pattern. The shopper is just like a plastic shopping bag only it's fabric...love it! Of course I can't make anything without some Full Moon Polkie so they are represented on the bag along with the Daisy Chain fabric. I am too stingy to share the polkies with you so I did not put any in the stack of fabric. When these polkies are gone, I swear I will have to pack up my studio and focus my energies elsewhere. Maybe I'll take up box hockey. What exactly is box hockey anyway?
To win this Shopper and the Daisy Chain fabric please write a Christmas acrostic worthy of publication in my 2009 Christmas letter. I have not been visited by the Christmas letter muse this year. I need some good material. What? That's too much to ask. Ok. Ok. How about this? To win this Shopper and the Daisy Chain fabric leave a comment telling me whether you would rather take a midnight ride in Santa's sleigh or be a mouse under the manger in Bethlehem. Or if that doesn't suit your fancy, you can tell me if you are most like a jolly elf or the abominable snowman during the Christmas season. If you're still stumped, you can leave any kind of comment you want.
Since I always play by the rules, I will pick a winner on December 6th (using the random number thingy) and ship the item by December 12th just like Sew Mama Sew says. Also, it would be my pleasure to ship internationally so you can comment from any corner of the world.
Thanks for stopping by You Go Girl!.
PS--This post script is for all my blog friends who commented on my last post. I haven't been a very good blog friend lately. I didn't get back to ANY of you. I so appreciated your comments and helpful suggestions on my last post. As of right now, the fabric from the insulated cup debacle is still laying on the floor of my studio. But I am beginning to see that it is a bundle of potential beyond an apron for the cat. LOL! Thanks so much for all your kind words.