photo by Sweet Root Village
Alright everyone, we have a cute alert here! It gets even more intense because a set of these super cute, screen-printed Celina Mancurti textiles are free to one lucky Sugar & Cloth reader. You can see her textiles in action at a recent Kinfolk workshop that the lovely Rebecca Gallop hosted on A Daily Something. To top it all off, you’ll also get a super cute Celina apron if you can pry it out of my hands… just kidding, I’ll really send it to you along with a little goody from Sugar & Cloth.
Sound good? Here’s how –
To enter to win three tea towels and an apron:
Like Celina Mancurti on Facebook and Sugar & Cloth on Facebook, then leave a comment below telling me that you did so.
*contest closes on oct 4th at 12am CST, open to U.S residents only.
P.s.- Stay tuned for later today, I’ll be announcing a quick pop-up DIY I’m teaching this Saturday!
For the third day in the 24 Merry Days blog event, two lucky S+C readers will be randomly selected to win one of the following two prizes by Potter & Butler and Jelanie:
I’d like to throw it out there for the winners that I do, ironically, accept mini cloud bracelets in exchange for DIY’s just in case you feel like sharing the awesome.
To enter to win:
just leave a comment below telling me your favorite item from their shops! If you want an extra entry, “Like” Sugar & Cloth
on Facebook, and leave a second
comment telling me that you did so. The giveaway is open until midnight (CST) Monday Dec. 10th to all U.S. readers, good luck!
P.s.- You can also enter the previous two giveaways, plus mark your calendars for the next 21 prizes, right here.
Now that I’ve survived the hurdle of actually opening a shop instead of just talking about it, I’m brainstorming how I want to refine and improve it. My biggest obstacles are deciding what I like to make, what I think will sell, and how the heck to price without giving things away or working for free.
My to-do list so far: Use all white backdrops, post more inventory, show more detailed photos for party kits (so people have a clear idea of how much they’re actually getting), etc.
I wanted to know form your perspective what items you love most, what you’d like to see, or if you have any tips from your own shop experiences. Let’s talk! I’m totally getting a crash course in this!
p.s.- you can finally see this DIY live today, excuse my absent-mindedness from yesterday :)
I may have ranted about this once or twice before, but I’m not a huge embroidery fan until someone like Moxiedoll comes around and helps me up on the fence. It’s definitely the witty quotes and modern graphics that she substitutes for the stereotypical bunnies in fields and Aunt Dorothy’s cats. Honestly, wouldn’t the “I’ll eat you up, I love you so.” make the cutest gift?