Saturday, March 6, 2010

The Great Sly Raccoon Giveaway!

Here in Boise, the sun is shining and Spring is in the air!  I've been creating a few new items for the Sly Raccoon Shop, and I thought now would be a great time for.... a Springtime blog giveaway!  Up for grabs is this card holder/wallet made from upcycled neckties. 




To be entered in the giveaway, just leave a comment on this post telling me your favorite thing about the Spring season.  Be sure to leave a way for me to contact you if you win!  To be entered twice, leave a comment and then become a follower of my blog.  In one week, I will put all of your names in a hat, shake them up, and draw a winner.  Thanks for playing, and keep your eye out for necktie cardholders and other new items arriving soon in the Sly Raccoon Shop!

10 comments:

  1. I like seeing the sun in the morning. I think you know how to get ahold of me. . .

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  2. Welcome to bloggerland :)

    SO awesome, what a great idea for old ties :)

    Aren't giveaways fun, there is still time to enter mine too :) T.

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  3. Ah Springtime, it's just something in the air really... the lightness of the light, the birds sounding so happy! Light smells too... everything can be so... light in the springtime, that's what I love about it!

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  4. Ahh Sly Raccoon, It's me Sunshine the best thing about Springtime! Definetly the new green plants and pretty flowers is the best thing about springtime. Hope I win!!

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  5. Nice blog site, Sly Racoon! Love the smell of the fresh earth and crisp air that spring brings!

    Cathy of
    www.BabbidgePatch.etsy.com

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  6. Best part of this spring: when my husband ran inside yelling, "The Yellow Birds are back!"

    I can be found every Sunday on my long-board.

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  7. The Iris is my favorite flower...and they bloom for such a short time in the spring.

    What a clever way to use old ties. Thank you for entering me!

    Happy Monday ~Natalie

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  8. i just love the sun, especially after a northeast winter :)

    cindyascott{at}yahoo.com

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  9. Lots and lots of daylight, flowers and ice tea

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