Thank goodness it is finally here, because I was about to burst. I just love a good giveaway. For the sake of my own sanity, I’m not doing anything handmade this time around. I am just giving away a book. But it’s a pretty awesome book, so I’m happy about it. My lucky winner will get a copy of Microcrafts:Tiny Treasures to Make and Share by Margaret McGuire, Alicia Kachmar and Katie Hatz.
For the sake of full disclosure, I will say the book is slightly used. In the sense that it was given to me new, I flipped through it once and decided it’s cute, but someone else would really LOVE it. One end of the spine got dinged a bit during shipping, but other than that, it’s perfect. The projects are adorable, easy and best of all, they make use of all sorts of paper and fabric scraps that seem to small to do anything with. If you want something low pressure and cute to create, this is so the book for you.
What do you have to do to get it? It’s pretty simple — just answer a question in the comments below! The question is this: What is the best thing that someone has done for you during the holidays? This could include an exceptionally thoughtful gift, a kind gesture or help from a stranger. Just share with everyone a good holiday story. I will personally read every single one and choose the best to win. As long as you are here, I will mention this would be a great time to start following my blog if you don’t already. I will be doing a BIG giveaway at the end of January, and I don’t want any of you to miss that one!
To the winner: If you want this to go to someone else for a Christmas gift, I will gladly wrap and send it to them with a note from you.
A few notes: I learned a lot the last time around. If you just paste something into my comments saying “See my giveaway at blah blah blah…” and ignore the question, I won’t approve it. I feel like it’s very rude to just paste that into every blog on the giveaway list, and it defeats the purpose of the whole thing. If you answer the question then paste a link to your blog, I’m fine with that. I thank you all for playing nice.