For several years now I have been building "bee green bags" a market bag made from materials that others are discarding. The market bag I crafted for this giveaway was made completely from materials purchased at a yard sale this summer. The woman who was running the yard sale was selling fabric for 10 pcs for $1. How could I possibly go wrong, so I started going through this stack of fabric and there were some really cute Christmas pieces. This bag was made from two of them. I made 2 bags. One is in this giveaway and the other is going with me to our annual Ladies Christmas party and Yankee swap at church. My tradition is to bring a bag for the swap.
Without further comment:
This bag is fully lined with pockets on the front and back. It's approximately 14" tall and you could fit a good amount of shopping items in here. I keep lots of fabric bags in my car for when I go shopping. It just seems like the right thing to do. God made Adam the caretaker of the garden and I think we still are caretakers. If we don't take care of what we are given, then it won't be there to enjoy. I hate seeing plastic bags hanging from tree branches along the roadside. I just seems so wasteful and sloppy.
If you would like to win this bag, just leave a comment here and post about the giveaway on your own blog.
I also have another giveaway. These little cups were listed on and Etsy shop for a while, but no one was interested, so I'm giving some nice person a chance to win these.
I love the design on them
These were discarded and we salvaged them. They have a very delicate pine branch design... a little bit "Christmassy" but could be used any time of the years. There are 3 cups, 3saucers, 3 fruit plates and a sugar and creamer. Would be really nice for a little "Christmas Tea" with your friends. Again, if you would like to win these, just leave a comment here and post about the giveaway on your own blog.
I will be selecting a 1st prize and a 2nd prize.
Hope we get lots of comments.