Friday, October 29, 2010

GIVEAWAY GOODNESSS!

It's goody goody giveaway time!

Recently I received a 2 completely adorable little buntings from Tyler at Baby Lux Design. 

bunting close up


Who knew that little colorful flags would make me so happy but they totally do.  The colors and fabric choices are perfect!  Mine is hanging above my inspiration clipboards (clipboard idea from Rachel @ Smile and Wave).






It was the perfect touch.  I see them everyday and smile.  The details in life are what make it beautiful in my mind.  And since it's making me so happy Tyler and I thought we'd share the love and offer one up in a giveaway!   



lacy and ned modeling bunting

Ned is modeling the bunting up for grabs :)  Leave a comment on where you will hang yours!  I'll be back a week from today to announce the winner.



Here's to little touches of happy in your home!
Lacy



18 comments:

Tammie said...

I think Ned should get to enter! He will hang it on the underside of a table;o)

Mary said...

Don't we all love giveaways??

I'd be handing mine right above my jewelry making table. This way I could look at it everytime I was pondering which beads to use next. Cute, cute, cute!

E. Charlotte said...

Oh this was an adorable post! Your bunting looks great on your inspiration wall, and Ned is a very lovely model for your giveaway!! If I were to win it, I would hang it off of my fireplace mantel where all my favorite things go. :) (Though it does look good on a cat!)

I too agree that the details are what make life beautiful. I refer to these small happy-makers as the "subtle brush strokes" to the big, glorious picture. It's not a masterpiece without the tiny details!

glassplantstudio said...

I have been working on making my kitchen more bright and cheery. This would be so cute above my craft/bill desk!

candice said...

well seeing as we don't have a "Ned" in our home,I could always try to hang it from the boys! haha
I would hang it above my computer/ study desk. Something bright and fabulous to remind me that all creative dreams are possible as I am plowing my way through this degree at 31!

spindelmaker said...

I´d hang it in the window behind my Mac where I spend most of my work-days. That way I can look at it, and think of two wonderful and sweet ladies that I met at Artfest, and who made me smile and have a great time!

Heather said...

I will hang mine over my desk to brighten the space up! Thanks for the chance to win!

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kelli said...

ooh! cute! I have pieces of a fabric bunting sitting right here on my desk -where they have been for weeks. I just have to sew them together and I'm done so why can't I just finish that last step??

Influence said...

Haha aww look at your cat, soo cute :) I think I'd hang them across my windows, nice and cheery. Happy Halloween!! x

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elisa said...

Oh, I love it!
I think it'd move around my house throughout the year. First I'd hang it above my desk, then on my mantle then above the door to my kitchen. So many places it'd be great in!

soveryvicki said...

Hmmm....I'm not sure which is cuter...Ned or that adorable bunting?!? I'm pretty sure I could find the *perfect* place to hang it. Maybe over my big chalkboard in my office?

Alissa said...

Cute! This would look great with the dark gray walls and green and white bedding in our guest bedroom/study.

Kristin said...

That looks really cute. I love the inspiration clip boards too. Great idea. I would actually hang it in my kitchen To add some cheer.

mle jean said...

I would have mine above my bed. My bedroom could use some lovely color and that would be perfect! :)

Jamie said...

I loooove it!!! I'd hang mine right in the living room above our windows. I've been meaning to make one but that hasn't happened! This would be perfect!!! :)

Laurie Anne said...

My sewing room could use a bit of brightening especially since winter is heading our way :)

Kailin said...

I'd put it across my big dorm room window. That would certainly add some much needed color!

~kjirsten~ said...

I would hang it over the window in my craft room! :D

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