Etsy Contest! Please Vote for BaleandTwine.

Hello friends! Etsy is hosting a fabulous contest to celebrate small businesses! See the link below and please enter your email to cast your vote for Bale and Twine!

Please Vote for Bale and Twine! enter your email to vote Etsy#DifferenceMakesUs


Science Fair contest Spoonflower

The latest fabric design contest at Spoonflower is close to my heart! Science Fair! We always have so much fun at our house prepping for the school science fair. My design represents a cartoon version of what we go through:-) You can vote here: click on the right side of the screen to enter the voting area. bale and twine science fairHere is a sample of my entry. You can click here to see the fabric page.

Frogs! Spoonflower contest! – and new bags from greek myth fabric

I have entered another Spoonflower contest. This one is about frogs. Go to the vote now button. In the next window, go to the far right and click on the frog contest. My entry is called Frogs and Lotus BT If you click zoom you can see the design clearer (they blur it for copyrighting issues). Anyway there are some fabulous entries as always! frogs and lotus btI was thrilled today when a fellow crafter purchased some of my Greek Mythology fabric for one of her projects. My first sale on Spoonflower! I have created two bags with my yardage of the pattern. One is a folded clutch/cosmetic bag and the other is a fun tote. mediterranean clutchmediterranean tote BTYou can find them in my etsy shop!

forks, spoons and greek mythology…

Yeah! It is voting time over at Spoonflower for your favorite Greek Myths Fabric pattern! Please head over and check it out. I entered the following design. greekmythblueBTsm2It was exciting to create the pattern. I couldn’t wait to see the other entries. Such a cool theme for a contest. I also had some more fun this morning loading up some new photos for my Society6 shop. society6baleandtwine1forkspoonsBTI think these would make cool pillows for the foodie type. They are just cool.

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