A note from Alicia: This contest is closed, but Taea Made is still selling funky, indie crafts, so check out the website below to see what designer Emily Brooks is up to. The 12 Days of Christmas giveaway will resume in December. Mark your calendar for regular giveaways on the second Tuesday of every month.
Indie crafter Emily Brooks tweaks traditional techniques like embroidery, sewing and painting to create lovely (and occasionally snarky) gifts.
Her hoop art and jewelry are very popular and I adore her throw pillows. The selection in her shop is always changing, so keep checking back and don’t hesitate to contact her if you’re looking for something in particular.
You can Emily’s work on The Local Christmas List, my showplace for local businesses, makers and artists and secret shopping weapon. And if you can’t get enough Taea Made, check out this guest post that Emily wrote for me about one of her favorite fabric stores.
Today’s prize is a $50 Taea Made Gift Card. You can enter to win using the entry form shown below. There are lots of ways to play and you can enter multiple times a day.
The contest closes December 14 at 11:59 p.m.. Winners will be randomly selected and announced on December 15. This contest is open to anyone, anywhere.
If you’re reading this on a mobile device, you may notice that widget doesn’t always display properly. No worries — you can still enter by liking, commenting or sharing on Facebook, Tweeting and Retweeting on Twitter and commenting on this blog.
Each comment, social media share or Tweet counts as a separate entry and comments below this post earn you two entries each.. That means you can enter multiple times a day to increase your odds of winning, no matter how you’re viewing this post.
If you haven’t already entered yesterday’s giveaway for a chance to win free wine (yay!) be sure to take a second to check it out. And stop back tomorrow night for three cozy winter looks and a big gift card prize from a cool Grand Forks boutique.
All photos in this post are provided by Taea Made and used with permission.
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