We’ve got a Wool & Honey giveaway winner, lovelies! Congratulations to Kelsey Dilts! Kelsey won a $50 shopping spree to Wool & Honey’s new online store. What a special treat! I am thrilled to share the love for this beautiful shop. Supporting independently-owned shops that sell handmade things is such an important thing for all of us to remember, especially during the holiday season when we are choosing how to spend our holiday gift money…
Exciting news, lovelies! I have a wonderful giveaway for all you knitters (or wannabe knitters like me!) out there. I’ve teamed up with Wool & Honey, northern Michigan’s premier knit shop, to offer one lucky winner a $50 shopping spree to their new online store!
Here are all the different ways you can enter the giveaway. Pick one or pick them all – the more the merrier in Cyberspace! Please just leave a comment on this post for each one with accompanying links (if applicable) before midnight on November 16. Winner will be posted here on November 17!
1. Visit Wool & Honey and share something you’d like to spend the $50 on.
2. Become a follower of @BeSquirrely on Twitter.
3. Sign up to receive e-mail updates to my blog on the right side of this page.
4. Tweet about the giveaway with a link to this post, mentioning both @WoolandHoney and @BeSquirrely.
5. Post on your blog about this giveaway.
6. Share this post about the giveaway on your Facebook page.
Please remember to revisit this giveaway post to share how you’ve entered the giveaway via your links, etc.
Hip hip hooray! I’m excited to have a children’s book giveaway for you, dear readers. The book is Mocking Birdies by Annette Simon and we are really enjoying it in our nest right now. To enter to win a free copy, please leave a comment on this post. The winner will be drawn on Monday, February 21 and then I’ll pop it into the mail to the lucky lovely. Please spread the word!
The simple yet wonderful visuals in this book make it a joy to read for this Mama and the timeless story of two birdies that copy each other’s whistles and songs is great for a range of ages. I’m not going to spoil the ending for you though – it gets interesting… meow!
Good luck! I’ll be crossing my fingers for you.