Tuesday, February 22, 2011

PAFA’s First Give-Away

The Primitive and Folkart Artists of Etsy are putting together an amazing Giveaway! Currently we are up to 15 Wonderful Prizes that will be offered to one lucky winner!

We will also be offering $5.00 gift certificates to various shops for 2nd and 3rd place and possibly even more.

So stay tuned, you won't want to miss this amazing chance to win some wonderful goodies from members of the PAFA team.

Here is my offering, it is a pillow tuck that measures approximately 5 1/2” X 8”. I hand stitched the bunny on osnaburg and backed the pillow with the fabric you see in the background (which is a Judi Rothermel Civil War Repro print from Charleston V, I love Judi’s fabrics). The stitchery pattern is from Primitive Blessings.

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Giveaway to launch on March the 1st at PAFA. If you have not visited the blog please do. On the top of the posts is a page that lists all the members and links to their Etsy shops. Good luck to you, I wish I could win, there are going to be some awesome prizes for that lucky winner.

7 comments:

TheRustyThimble said...

wonderful Jennifer thank you for sharing we are now up to 17 prizes this is going to be AMAZING

Brenda

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

Woo Hoo! This is going to be a fabulous giveaway. Hope everyone heads on over to the Primitive and Folk Artists blog to follow so they can enter this great giveaway soon! Thanks for the heads up Jennifer! Deb

Silvia said...

This will be so amazing!!! My head is already spinning!!! One very lucky Person out there will get the Motherload of all prizes that's for sure.

Vickie said...

This is so fun!
Love your bunny!!
Vickie ~ WhimseyDimples

Cedar Creek Primitives said...

Love your donation to the PAFA blog giveaway! This is going to be so awesome!

Firecracker Kid said...

Aces! Love that stitchery Jennifer:)
Carol

Simply Debbie said...

Hello Jennifer,
This bunny tuck is just way too adorable. I love it. I am the one that left the message for you at the top of your blog, about praying for Japan. You are so very talented...and I love the fact you have sewing time with your daughters. That purse was sooo cute, I would carry that myself and I loved the covers. My mother never taught me to sew and I did not teach my daughter.
I WILL SIGN UP TO BE YOUR FRIEND/FOLLOWER...I like friend better than follower and I hope you will visit me and become my friend.
Have A Sugar Sweet Day
Simply Debbie