****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 Modcloth.com
- 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 Modcloth.com!”
- 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 random.org 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 Modcloth.com 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.