Thursday, April 22, 2010

Earth Day Giveaway ENDED


One lucky person will be the winner of one of these sets of reusable cloth sandwich and snack bags made by me!

To enter:
Follow this blog, leave a comment either saying you already follow or that you have become a follower and state which set you would love to have. Bugs or Watermelon

For an additional entry leave a separate comment stating what you do to reduce your carbon footprint.

US Residents Only Comment will be deleted if your location is not in US.
Giveaway ends 4/23 12pm eastern


anthy said...

I'd love to win these! I throw away too many plastic sandwich bags. I am now following your blog. I think I'd choose the Frogs set if I won, though I really love both sets, so it's hard to choose!

Thank you for offering something that you made yourself - that's really nice. :-)

anthy_stl [ATT] yahoo [DOTT] com

anthy said...

My additional entry - we recycle, reuse plastic bottles and bags, and try not to waste electricity. (We have a motion-sensing light in the basement and a CFL light in the garage towards that end.)

Thank you again!

anthy_stl [ATT] yahoo [DOTT] com

Laura said...

I follow you, and I love the buggy ones!

Laura said...

To reduce our carbon footprint we recycle, cloth diaper, compost, and try to be mindful about our waste-freecycing vs. throwing away, etc.

Wife-Mommy-Business Woman said...

I'm a follower! :) Love the watermelons. Thanks!

Shoshannah said...

I am already following you and I love the bugs reuseable bags. You make the cutest things.

Pixi said...

I'm a follower! and I like the bugs set! I now have to pack DS a lunch every day, so having reusable bags would be awesome!

Pixi said...

To reduce our carbon footprint we recycle, use cfc bulbs, grow our own garden, and cloth diaper part time. I want to start a compost pile too!

Gina said...

To reduce our carbon footprint...we try to be mindful of our electricity useage. We also do all of our errands in town at one time. This cuts down the cost of fuel, but also it cuts down pollution.

Gina said...

I am sorry. I tried to edit my other comment to say that I follow your blog and have for awhile. But it deleted the comment instead. Ooops.

My sons would love to use the bug bags in his lunch for school.

Teresa said...

I am always looking for ways to reduce the amount of trash that my family has - we recycle darn near everything - we use the good light bulbs - we compost - all food scraps to the chickens - we have a garden - I use fleece for our guinea pigs so nothing goes in the trash - I could go on.