Monday, December 12, 2011

Busy Monday - Tuck 'n' Go Giveaway

Good morning everyone,

'Tis the season to be giving...so today I'm feeling inspired to give away one of my Tuck 'n' Go's, in conjunction with the SewMamaSew Giveaway Day! It was one of the first products I "invented", manufactured and started selling from my home.

The Tuck 'n' Go is an infant car seat blanket that stays put when you are on the go. When not in use, it can be folded up and tucked in itself. When baby grows out of it, it can be used for a changing pad, and filled with a couple of diapers and a small container of wipes!

For more information about the Tuck 'n' Go, please visit my Etsy shop listings, or to see a short video of it in action, please visit my You Tube page.

Here is the one of a kind Tuck 'n' Go that you could win...

To enter the giveaway (you have to do the first 2 things):

1) Please leave your name and email address in the comments below! (I can't go searching high and low for a way to contact you if you win).

AND 2) Please tell me your favorite craft/hobby

For an extra chance:
3) Re-Pin any one of "My Kid Giddy Designs" on Pinterest.

Thanks so much for visiting my blog and entering the giveaway. This giveaway is open from now until Dec 16th at 11:59 EST. The winner will be contacted and announced by Monday Dec. 19th.

Please "like" my facebook page for more information on new pattern releases and all the other fun stuff that's fit to print, (and more giveaways too)! Come chat with me on twitter too!

Good luck!




This giveaway is open to US and International persons. However, I cannot guarantee it's arrival in time for Christmas to international locations, and even some local US locations. Will be shipped via USPS. 

Hi Everyone - Thanks for entering my Tuck 'n' Go Giveaway! The winner was chosen and was #66!  Congrats to Kimberly and her 3 week old granddaughter! Come back soon for your chance to win one of the 5 patterns, I designed for Anna Griffin and some of her gorgeous fabrics! Thanks again and Happy Holidays!

Monday, December 5, 2011

Busy Monday: DCC Blog Hop - Sock Monkey

In all the years I have been sewing, I have never made a sock monkey. I've never sewn anything using a sock, although technically, I have crafted with them. So when I was offered the chance to participate in this month's challenge...I totally accepted the challenge! I can assure you that this first little sock monkey is the "first"...of many more to come! It was actually really fun to make and the When Creativity Knocks VideoBook: "Sock Monkey Goes BanAnas", provided many tips, that made it easier and quicker!
My daughter's are already asking me to make another one, and are hoping for a girl sock monkey...so we can have a mommy and daddy...and then make some babies! lol! They will be making some of the clothes for the monkey to wear and are still playing Rock, Paper, Scissors, to figure out who gets to cuddle with it first! He's already a great addition to our family of stuffies. Who knows...this just might give me reason to go bananas in the sock drawers, and make more monkeys and other stuffed creations too!

If you want a chance to win a prize package from When Creativity Knocks, here's how:

-In the Member Log in box click: Create An Account
-Entry Code: Sock Monkey 
There is also a discount coupon to purchase the WCK VideoBook: Sock Monkey Goes BanAnas
(Enter before Dec 19, 2011 for your chance to win)
Prize pack includes:
-DVD “Sock Monkeys Go BanAnas
-1 pair of Rockford Red Heeled Socks
-Sewing kit, including: needle, button eyes, floss and stuffing
-Plus 1 pre-sewn sock monkey

My daughter's and I would like to thank the sponsors of this month's DCC Blog Hop challenge:
When Creativity Knocks 
Have a great week and check back soon for my latest "STUFFED" publication (another first!)! and for an awesome Anna Griffin Sewing Pattern and Fabric giveaway!!!





This pattern is copyright protected and is for home and personal use only. The opinions set forth regarding the WhenCreativityKnocks Sock Monkey's Go Bananas VideoBook, and any other products, are my own opinions.