Tuesday, February 17, 2009

You can make it - 50$ giveaway

I love original designs and colors when it comes to clothing. I do not want my children in clothing that have cartoon characters on them or things that every other little girl will be in. Not saying they aren't, I would just prefer something a bit more original.

That being said.... I can't sew.

Nope.. in fact, I can sew in a button, I can cross-stitch, I can make a costume that will only last one night... but I can't figure out how to use my sewing machine.

Then came along Courtney at Youcanmakethis.com, she showed me her site, and then showed me the videos they have and I could feel the confidence seeping in! I watched videos, read instructions and then fell in love with this concept. I plan on making a tie for little Grady (Gretchen's son), aprons for me and tons of Yule gifts.

How would you like to make handmade gifts? Birthday gifts for kids and for your kids friends would be a breeze!

If you'd like to try out some products for free, you can sign up for their FREE newsletter. After you sign up make sure you confirm your subscription and then click on that link, and you'll receive all of some product instructions.

Would you like to win a $50 bundle of even more DIY instructions?

((The giveaway bundle would include instructions for making a Child/Adult Apron Set, Women's Reversible Wrap Skirt, The "She Loves Me, She Loves Me KNOT" Handbag, The Reversible Patchwork Bucket Hat, Easy-Fit Pants, and Boy's Ties. Between all of those, items can be made for both boys, girls, and women.))

Go to YouCanMakeThis.com and come back here and let me know something you'd like to learn how to make. There are tons of items to chose from! (This contest is open to all readers living in the Continental United States. )

Contest will end February 21, 2009 at 7pm. I will post/e-mail the winner on February 22, 2009.


Dina said...

I would love to try the round neck top sundress! Thanks for the giveaway!

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arielle said...

They have so many cute handbag patterns i would love to try! The Aivilo Pleated tote is especially cute!

princessaire18 at gmail dot com

moushka said...

My daughters would be thrilled if I made them some felt food for their play kitchen, especially the cupcakes.

Anonymous said...

I would LOVE to try the felt food, or the car seat blanket ... or the clay beads ... so much to do ... so little time ... I Love your blog by the way! I'm a secret reader!

Unknown said...

I'd get the skull bones hat & scarf crochet pattern, the reversible patchwork bucket hat, the crochet an owl hat and probably a few more things to make my new grandson

thank you


Therese said...

I would like to learn to make a chef hat

Anonymous said...

Many things i would like to make, boutique flip flops and hairbows, and pirate jack for my pirate loving nephew...thanks for the opportunity !


mel said...

I would love the Bundle Pack: Modern Accents Handbag & Simple and Chic Handbag or the Chic Mommy Diaper Clutch.


taysmommy said...

I'd like to learnt o make the boutique tutu skirt for my little girl! I love the concept!


Anonymous said...

I would like to learn to make the Aivilo pleated tote bag.

The Dreamer said...

I'd have to get some of the beginner things like how to make the fabric coffee sleeve (so cute!) and try something harder like the "reach for the sunshine quilt"!


adams006 at hotmail dot com

Crystal Arcand said...

The wire wrapping tutorial would be the first thing in my shopping cart!

dctm said...

I would like to know how to make an apron...the hostess apron

dctm at bellsouth dot net

Unknown said...

There are so many things to learn to make. I am picking the Amigurumi Crochet Piggy. So stinkin' cute! lol


Shirley said...

I would love to learn to make the Sweet Pea Versatile Handbag. Thanks for having this giveaway.

crystal said...

I'd LOVE to learn to make the crochet toy frog! My son would love it!

Melanie @ Whimsical Creations said...

I would love to Mixer Set - Felt Food.

=) melanie
melanieadey at hotmail dot com

Mommyhood is Thankless said...

Baby Olivia - Felt Toys would be fun to make!


Liza767 said...

Yoki the Dragon Soft Toy Pattern

Anonymous said...

i want to do the handbags!

great giveaway!

Don and Lisa Osborn said...

I love this site and so want to learn how to make a twirl skirt for my daughter. I can't sew but am tired of spending way too much on etsy and ebay.

Thanks for a great give away!



oona. said...

I think it would be so fun to make the Evelyn Apron Skirt, my daughter would look so sweet wearing it! The website is full of great crafty ideas!

Thanks for the giveaway! foxsquirrelrabbit at gmail dot com

Denise said...

The photo handbag project looks like fun. Thanks for the giveaway! :)

Becky said...

I just discovered this site a couple of days ago and I love it! One of the things I want to learn how to do is the Baby Doll Carrier. My granddaughters have tons of baby dolls and they would really like this carrier.

Thanks so much!

dbkagrayson2002 at gmail dot com

Xenia said...

I have doubts that I could really make some of those things, but I sure would love to try! I'd like to start with the Sew a Fancy Filled Tutu! instructions because I have two daughters and I know they would love tutus.


Anonymous said...

Those tote bags are inspiring. I have a hard time making choices, so I'd have to say I'd like to learn how to make them all!

jomamajoanna (at) gmail (dot) com

lace said...

The country fair treats. Look super yummy and a great addition to our kitchen set. Actually, all the felt food looks wonderful and I'd love to learn how to make them.

Leah said...

I'd love to learn to make a LapTop Sleeve! : ))) I'd gift one to every friend that has a LapTop! Magical! : )))

Thanks so much for this fabulous give~away! : )))