Sunday, October 18, 2009

A Fabulous Giveaway from Marang97

This week I have the pleasure of hosting a giveaway by Angela from Marang97! Marang97 features delightful recycled and ecofriendly creations, including art work and fashion accessories by Angela Pennock.

Angela is offering you the chance to win one of her really wonderful fabric carnations up to a value of $7.50 from her shop. You must check it out! They are really lovely.HOW TO ENTER
To enter this giveaway, just leave a comment on this post telling me what marvelous flower you would like to win from Marang97's Etsy shop. Feel free to list more than one favourite in case your chosen item is sold before you can snatch it up.

HOW TO GET EXTRA ENTRIES AND SHOPPING DISCOUNTS
To get extra entries, you can follow this blog, blog about this giveaway, or Twitter about this giveaway. Make sure to leave an extra comment(s) so that your extra ballots are entered.

Marang97 is also happy to offer a SHOPPING DISCOUNT to contestants, so hurry on over and start your Christmas/Me-time shopping now! You will gain TWO extra ballots if you make a purchase during this giveaway period. Make sure your extra ballots are counted by leaving a comment in your 'Note to Seller' or by leaving a comment here.It's easy to enter and the prize is going to be just what you wanted (since you chose it!) So what are you waiting for? Go to Marang97.etsy.com now and pick your prize!

Contest and discounts end October 26, 2009.
Have fun!

19 comments:

Catherine Ivins said...

I love Angela's shop- my favorite is the yellow chrysanthemum (and everything else). I am now following your blog.

alamodestuff said...

I love the camo carnation! Two very different things juxtaposed - flower and camouflage.

Nicole Bergman said...

Lovely! I think the blue one is my favourite: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=32312475

-Nikki
http://FloweryGreetings.etsy.com

BeckyKay said...

I would have to choose the red carnation, because I'm addicted to anything red.

But I also love the yellow chrysanthemum! It's so bright and cheerful!

CurlyMonkey said...

Purple for me! They'r all lovely! What a great idea!

Sinclair said...

I like the blue carnation pin.

Cindy said...

Everything is so cute, but my favorite is the "Steampunk Glam Carnation Flower Pin Gold Lame"

http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=31052072

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Alicia Istanbul said...

Those are beautiful. I love the purple one.

tattytiara said...

I almost feel guilty picking a feature item, but I'd be a liar if I didn't fess up how much I love the plaid carnation in all it's glorious colour. Also love the recycled t-shirt. Anything that reminds me of spring colours makes me happy!

ArtTales said...

Oh I think she sold my favorite! Well good for her :) My favorite is the one you actually have listen.. black and gray plaid.

Angela said...

Don't fret! I just may still have some grey and black plaid fabric left!!! =] Good luck!

:)Marang97

AnastasiaC said...

lovely stuff! i really like the blue carnation flower pin
pretty!!

Aik said...

I love the Oatmeal Carnation Flower Tie.

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Aik said...

I'm a follower.

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Aik said...

I tweeted.

http://twitter.com/aikchien/status/5099713538

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Aik said...

I blogged.

http://aik-friendsnfamily.blogspot.com/2009/08/list-of-worldwide-giveaways.html

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va said...

Marang97 -
my fav. is the purple polka dots carnation flower pin
http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=27490235

Carnation Flower Pin - Navy with Gold Dots - http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=33131177

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va said...

I am a new follower of your blog.

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asliceofdelight said...

I really like Angela's creativity with reuse/recycle.

My choice is the purple polka dots --- http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=27490235.

Admitingly I do keep eyeing her Springtime Rollies. - http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=10309937

Who would have thought one could roll magazine papers into something very stunning. I know this is over the $7.50 limit (but it does have a 7 and a 5 in the price) :+} but I wanted to mention it anyway.