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July: iPad Sleeve Giveaway!

The giveaway is for this Amy Butler handmade iPad sleeve! If you don't have an iPad yet you might still want to sign up. You might get one for Christmas or better yet you might know someone who would love this as a back to school gift! 
The giveaway will run through midnight on July 31, 2010 with the winner being announced on August 1, 2010. The winner will be chosen using We will send it through the mail by August 2, 2010! All friends are welcome! What do you have to do to enter to win?? 
Super Easy! Just post a comment! 
If you get the opportunity, sign up on Facebook with Sew Spoiled or become a follower of this blog!
Only 2 more days of the Sew Spoiled BOGO coupon code: ”Sew Spoil Me”.

When you buy any Sew Spoiled epattern, write in the message to seller “Sew Spoil Me” and you will receive the Sew Spoiled Ladybug Apron epattern FREE!
This BOGO deal is only available at my Sew Spoiled Etsy shop!!


Crazy Bird said…
What a lovely prize!
Kr4zi said…
Cool , I'm looking forward to the winner drawing :)
If I get picked at any chance ...
contact me at
Lynne in NC said…
ooooo... nicely done. so pretty.
Thanks for sharing. Peace.
SoozeM said…
What a great prize, I love the fabric!!
Country Mouse said…
This is adorable!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!! :)
Janet Lee said…
This would be perfect for my sister's birthday. It's gorgeous
Rachel said…
Great work, love the fabric! :)
very cute fabric! I am a new follower :)
Twins Squared said…
Hey Leah,
Thanks for the chance to win! You did a lovely job!
Also, thanks for the advice on making my blog button. I actually did it! Go see
Anonymous said…
Just a quick note to let you know that a link to this post will be placed on CraftCrave today [29 Jul 12:00pm GMT]. Thanks, Maria
sy said…
the sleeve is so pretty. thanks for hosting the giveaway.
Amanda said…
This is just lovely! I'd love to win this!

colorsnotyetinvented (at)
Amber said…
Cute prize!
DaCraftyLady said…
Hi there, Would love to win too, your patterns are so great!!! Love the prize!!! you can contact me under DaCraftyLady on Flickr or
tootles, Debb
Andi said…
Would love to have the Ipad to go with the sleeve....maybe Christmas:) Love the Amy Butler fabric.
Unknown said…
This is just gorgeous, what a great excuse to get an ipad!!!
Margaret said…
Really hoping for an ipad for my b'day! Love the fabric.
Susan said…
Thanks for a chance to win such a great prize!

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