To celebrate #WorldSmileDay on Twitter I’m giving away a FREE spot in my self-care ecourse: illuminate: the art of seeking light
Go here to retweet the link and enter to win!
We explore 6 weeks of themes, slow down, learn to be present and mindful and intentional with our time, and use the creative elements of: photography, writing, and self-care to awaken your creativity.
Taught by an award-winning, published writer, photographer, artist, and teacher.
Good luck and I hope you WIN!! Bonus entries if you follow me on ALL of these: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter – BUT you must come back to this post and comment – followed for it to count!
We’re giving away this precious baby blanket by Canadian Etsy seller, SewnNatural . It’s an organic, handcrafted crib-size quilt (31″x43″) is cream-colored with delicate pink swirls. It promises warmth and comfort with a tightly woven organic cotton batting inside.
Organic means great for baby and great for the earth. This quilt makes a great surface for diaper changing, is a soft clean place for baby away from home, and would be perfect for lining a crib. Can also be used as a blanket for a toddler.
***HOW TO WIN IT:
- Visit SewnNatural.etsy.com & choose your favorite item from her shop
- Leave a comment on this post about which item you choose & why (include your name & email address in case you are chosen as the winner)
- Tell me why or how you decided to start living more “green”
- Get extra credit if you post about the giveaway on Twitter. (you must put your twitter URL so we can check)
Good Luck! Contest ends at 12 noon on Monday, March 23rd.
SewnNatural makes handcrafted modern eco designs for babies, kids and the whole family. Using all natural fabrics (wool, cotton, silk, bamboo) and many organic and upcycled, vintage materials is one of the ways I put eco-forward thinking into action.
“I use these gorgeous, often very colorful sustainable materials to make designs that are durable and functional – my version of sustainable design. I also work to ensure that my towels, toys, quilts, mobiles, wall art and clothing made out of organic and natural fibres are affordable and accessible.”
Look for her feature in the upcoming May/June issue of Mothering magazine.