Friday, March 14, 2008

It's a Contest! Win an Organic Cotton Wrap, Ring or Pouch!


We decided to turn our "help us choose fabrics" plea into a contest! One person will win an Organic Cotton pouch, ring or wrap carrier (their choice)!!

Here's how to enter: Comment on the blog post about fabrics for the wrap carrier fabric, get one entry. Comment on the post about the ring/pouch fabric, get a second entry. Join our mailing list (over on the left) and get a third entry. Post a link to this blog post, or our contest banner (clickable please) on your blog or website, and get 2 more entries. That's 5 chances per person. Contest will end April 15th. A winner will be chosen and posted on here by April 27th.

Good luck :)

To add the banner to your site, save the banner to your harddrive, upload it to your blog/website, then hyperlink it with the following address: http://slingsandsacks.blogspot.com/ or email me aimee@boobearbuns.com for an html code. (Make sure you comment with the link so we can count your entries!)

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love all of the stripes and patterns... too many beautiful ones to choose from!

Andrea said...

Here are my favorites, I like your current green. But I also like fields of honey, solstice, alphabet soup, natural and lime. The one I would buy would be lime.

Ashley said...

Hello! I posted on the other posts and added a link to my blog. I would love to put the clickable picture on the side, but I don't remember how! If you tell me how, I will do it!
Ashley
hamadryadmomma.blogspot.com

Cara said...

I'm making a pouch sling for my friend with organic bamboo/cotton velour as the lining where the baby is (not up on the shoulder so it's too bulky), and the outside is a green and blue and tan stripe running lengthwise.

So that's what I'd do, but I don't sell slings :o)

Cara

Mike said...

That'll look good on me.


Mike
http://somethingaboutparenting.typepad.com/

Ashley and Ted said...

Love homemade! (Check out my dissertation on making your own dipes)

http://wittybaby.blogspot.com

Katie said...

My blog has been really inactive, but I've wanted to get back into blogging recently. I linked you.

http://eatyarn.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Field of Honey and solstice are so far my favorite fabrics, but if I keep looking at them I know I'll like more of them. Very nice fabric choices.