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WINNING!! ModCloth Giveaway, enter now folks.

****This giveaway is now over! Check out the $200 bucks you can win in my current giveaway!****

Welcome to ‘Winning!’ Fridays, where i’ll be highlighting some of my favorite vendors and stores and giving away their products.  I just realized how weird that is.  It’s like i contact a store and say, hey ‘i like you, wanna give something away to a special random reader of mine?’ and they’re all ‘Sure’.  Amazing.  

Anyway, most of you know ModCloth but in case you don’t they are a great online store full of on-trend, affordable and chic fashion, shoes and home stuff (more smalls, no furniture).  And as you know i do love me some vintage inspired floral fabric, so today I’m giving away a set of these beauties.  



Here are the deets:


  • Prize: One (1) set of Flora and Fauna and Fabulous Curtains from
  • How to Enter: Leave a comment and tell us what else you like in their decor section
  • If you want to be fun:“Like” me on Facebook and then leave me a comment there that reads “I heart!”
  • Giveaway Ends: Friday July 8th at 11:59pm EST
  • How Many Lucky Winners?!: One lucky one
  • Ships to: US Only
  • Also: Please only enter once. I will select the winner using and will announce with winner on July 11th here on this very webpage, so check back to see if it’s you. If you have won a giveaway on another blog in the last 30 days, we can’t allow you to enter this one! 

Good Luck.  There is something so fun about winning something. i put my name in a drawing recently at the ikea cafeteria for a $100 gift card and they called me 2 days later saying that i won, and it was as if they announced me the new queen of England.  i was all, ‘Me? really? me? I couldn’t possibly…..’ Ya just feel special. So do it.  And tell your friends.  

I had been searching for the perfect vintage chinoiserie (asian inspired with birds and flowers) wallpaper OR fabric for a while and the wallpaper is out of the question expensive, then the fabric is around $113 a yard at the cheapest (which i would need 14 yards…four panels..yikes).  So I bought these instead.  I’m going to cut off the tabs on top, drop them off at the tailor to have them lined, sewn into double panels and add a foot of corresponding solid fabric to the bottom because they are too short.  All in all, each panel will end up costing $38 plus labor (40) and lining yardage (9) which is a hell of a lot cheaper than $350 plus labor and materials, per panel.  

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