June 14, 2011

My First Blog Giveaway!


Woo hoo!  I am celebrating my daughter's continued improvement with my first blog giveaway!  She is slowly but surely getting better and I am so grateful for all the love and support you all have provided.

One lucky winner will receive this classroom wooden loom (30"H x 19-1/2"W x 11-3/4"D).  It is brand new!  It comes with a large wooden needle, yarn and instructions.  

I first saw this loom on the blog  Sewing School.   She shows how you can use fabric, yarn and construction paper!  Check it out!  So cool!


How to enter - it is super easy!

Post a comment on this post!

This giveaway closes Friday, June 17th, 2011 at 5:00 p.m. CST.   Open to US residents only.  I will post the winner and you will have 48 hours to respond back to me by email.  After that time has passed, a new winner  will be chosen.

Good Luck!

(FYI: I will have a blog giveaway next week that everyone can take part in - no matter where you live - as it will not require shipping a large object!)

55 comments:

  1. So exciting that your daughter is getting better! I am only commenting to say yay for her...I am a huge fan of your site, but alas, am Canadian, so I know I can't win the giveaway...

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  2. I am glad your daughter is doing better! :)

    I had a weaving loom when I was about 9 and I loved it! I remember making my Cabbage Patch Kid blankets. :)

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  3. I love it!! I am going to go back to teaching next year and this would be perfect!

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  4. What a wonderful prize! Perfect for my daughter's pre-school class! :-)

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  5. So happy to hear about your daughter! Too cool!!

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  6. This would be a fabulous addition to our classroom! Love it. Wonderful news about your daughter!

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  7. How cute! I just got a new job as a kindergarten teacher (moving up from PK4 to K) and I would love to have this in my classroom for next year!

    Glad to hear your daughter is doing well!

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  8. What a cool prize! My K's would LOVE it!

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  9. This is a great giveaway for my kids. On our FAIR test, we have a picture of a loom and a girl weaving through the yarn. The kids are to guess the vocabulary word. We are not to give instruction specifically on the word (CRAZY) so your giveaway item will support and allow hands on, meaningful practice. Thanks!!

    Cheryl
    Primary Graffiti

    PS... I hope your daughter is continuing to show improvement!?!

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  10. I love the idea of ABC rocks - so simple! I am going to have 11 boys in my K class this year - they will love rocks!

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  11. I would love to have that loom! I am so glad to hear that her improvement is continuing!! What a time to celebrate!

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  12. Yay, I am so glad your daughter is doing better. I hope she makes a full recovery soon.

    I love that loom and if I win I could just drive to you and pick it up.

    www.mosscoveredpath.blogspot.com

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  13. Such good news! I see a trip to Paris in your future:)

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  14. I'm glad your daughter is doing better. I love your blog!

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  15. I have so enjoyed your blog, so many wonderful ideas to use in my preschool classroom... So glad to hear your daughter is doing better. Love the loom by the way!

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  16. Fantastic news about your daughter!

    The loom looks like it would be a great activity for strengthening fine motor abilities. :-)

    ReadWriteSing

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  17. so happy for you, mama!

    what a great giveaway, thanks for posting! sign me up :)

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  18. That loom looks so neat. My three girls would love something like that!

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  19. Glad to hear about your daughter. My PreKs would LOVE this craft. I was a pot-holder-making-aholic as a kid. :) P.S. Keep it up. . . I love your ideas!

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  20. Wow, this wooden loom looks cool. I'll probably play with it more than my daughter LOL

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  21. So glad your daughter is feeling better. I so enjoy all of your ideas. Thanks so much for sharing. I sure hope I win this...my preschoolers would absolutely love it!

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  22. Great giveaway! Happy to hear of your daughter's improvement. Keep us posted on her recovery.

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  23. More good ~vibes~ coming your way!

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  24. That's wonderful news about your daughter! A great reason to celebrate! Thanks for offering this great giveaway. What a hit it would be in my kindergarten classroom. Sign me up!

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  25. That's wonderful news about your daughter! All my wishing for continued improvement!

    And such a great giveaway. I'd love to be entered.

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  26. So glad your daughter Is doing better!

    I love this! I coul put I to use daily in my ecil education classroom.

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  27. Good news about your daughter. Thanks for the ideas on your blog.

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  28. Thanks for a great giveaway! I hope your daughter continues to improve!! :) Please enter me!

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  29. Glad to hear your daughter is doing well. This is a great blog,thanks for the wonderful ideas. My daughter would love to have this loom

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  30. Congratulations on your daughter's continued recovery!
    Beautiful loom!

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  31. So glad your daughter is improving. Prayers and blessings!

    The loom looks wonderful and I would love to be considered for the giveaway. Thank you!

    mmstangerjunk (at) comcast (dot) net

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  32. I didn't know they made a big wooden loom. There is so many ways to use the big wooden loom. color, counting, sorting, fine motor and the list goes on. This is great, thanks.

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  33. I found your blog a few days ago, so I am still catching up on past entries. I am glad to hear your daughter is feeling better and I hope she continues to improve! Thanks for sharing your joy with us.

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  34. I'm glad to hear your daughter is getting better. I'd love to share this loom with my kiddos.

    thehansens(at)rocketmail.com

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  35. Thank you. This looks so much fun.
    What a wonderful project.
    Blessings,
    Chandi Holliman
    www.livingwisdomschoolseattle.org

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  36. This looks like a fun project. Thank you for the giveaway. Blessings, Chandi Holliman

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  37. May your heart only grow lighter as your daughter grows stronger. Mwah!

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  38. I have ALWAYS wanted one of these! Oh I hope I am lucky, this would be perfect for my 4 year old! :)

    Heather

    heo2307@gmail.com

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  39. cherring2010comcast.netJune 16, 2011 at 8:25 AM

    What wondeful news about your daughter! I find myself checking back often, not only for the wonderful ideas but to see how she is doing. The weaving loom is cool, I haven't seen one like this before.

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  40. I'm glad your daughter is doing better.
    I love the idea of the loom. Thanks for sharing!
    havenera at gmail dot com

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  41. So happy to hear your daughter is improving! Love our blog, it is so great. Would love this loom, thanks for the opportunity.

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  42. I have wanted a loom for my Kindergarteners for a while, but given the hierarchy of need, i;e using my own money to fund classroom items, haven't gotten one yet. Thanks for offering it, you're wonderful.

    P.S. thanks for updating us regarding your daughter's progress.

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  43. What a great giveaway! My daughter would love this!

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  44. I teach Head Start preschool, and as we all know, money for new things is always almost impossible to find -- but we get creative! Which is why I appreciate your blog so much. Thank you for all you contribute!
    And if I win the loom -- I'll send you some pictures of it in use! Love to you and your daughter!

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  45. That would be an awesome thing to win. We love weaving.

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  46. Great news! Happy to hear of your daughter's improving health. I'd love to have a loom in my room.

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  47. Praise God your daughter is getting stronger! I love this giveaway...what a skill for little hands to learn!

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  48. So glad to hear the news that your daughter is improving.

    :)
    This loom would have a nice home in my kindergarten class. The students would love it!

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  49. What a fun loom! I love your creative ideas!

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  50. Glad to hear that your daughter is improving.

    We'd love to win this loom. Lovely giveaway.

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  51. So happy to hear that your daughter is improving!! This loom is amazing, I had not seen one before! My kinders would go bananas over it! Thanks for sharing. Your blog is one of my favorites to follow!

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  52. I work with special needs kiddos and a loom like this has been on my wish list for sooooo long. Having the kids use both hands on a vertical surface is great for their deveopment. I also like that they would be working together on a community project.
    Glad to hear your daughter is making progress.
    kauffmanpak(at)aol(dot)com

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  53. Oooh, that looks like a really fun loom. I have been thinking of making one....but winning one would be so much easier!! :-) SO GLAD to hear your daughter is improving!! marvelouslymessy@gmail.com

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