Small Business Saturday Giveaway

November 25, 2011 Julie

UPDATE 11/26/11: Congratulations to Kate K. for winning today’s Blue Sky Giveaway! Thanks to everyone for stopping by today. (:

Did you enjoy Thanksgiving? My savory bread pudding (recipe in the latest Martha Stewart Living magazine) turned out great and I’d recommend giving it a whirl yourself. Though, with the recipe calling for 8 eggs and 2 cups of heavy cream (!!!),  it’s surely “a good thing” I have plans to get to yoga tonight and tomorrow morning. If you could use some yoga in your life too, join me at one of Cailin Callahan‘s classes at Surfside Fitness in Avalon. Click here for more info.

So, tomorrow is Small Business Saturday.  Advertised by American Express, it’s a day to support small businesses. I can get behind that — Go Small Businesses! (:

The Home Made shop currently does not accept payment with American Express credit card (though we do accept VISA, Mastercard, and Discover) which means, to my knowledge, that Home Made cannot participate in a way that gets you those coveted Amex rewards for shopping locally. BUT. . . what I can do is offer a fabulous giveaway to celebrate this day of shopping locally!

TOMORROW–Saturday, November 26, 2011–Home Made will be offering you a chance to win our Blue Sky Giveaway. What is this “Blue Sky Giveaway,” you ask? Well, with your purchase in the Home Made shop, you will get a chance to enter our raffle for this gorgeous set of merchandise pictured above. The winner will be randomly selected at the end of the day.

The Blue Sky Giveaway includes this pink Pretty Cheep Project Bag filled with a Blue Sky Alpacas Travelers’ Series Pattern for the Dream Scarf and the 3 hanks of Blue Sky Alpacas luxurious Suri Merino in Cloud needed to make the scarf (valued over $68!). Sorry, but this offer excludes class fees. And, entries are limited to one chance per customer for the entire day.

See ya tomorrow! Or, see ya tonight if you’re going to yoga! (:


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