Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

Just what I need to get a little project motivation- accountability!

Every year Sew Mama Sew sponsors a huge giveaway day across the internet and while I’ve entered my fair share (and won!) I’ve never offered anything up. That changes today!

I’m offering up a fun baking inspired embroidered hoop! You’ve seen them featured here before but as an added bonus I will let you choose your colors so that your hoop matches your kitchen!

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To win, all you need to do is comment below and tell me which hoop is your favorite, and what colors you’d like. That’s it!

Then, this isn’t required to win, but I highly recommend heading over to Sew Mama Sew and checking out the other giveaways.

This is open to US residents only. A winner will be randomly chosen on May 16 at 5 PM and contacted shortly after, so make sure you include your email in the comment (or link to your blog where I can get in touch!)

Giveaway is now closed. Congrats, Renee!

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65 thoughts on “Sew Mama Sew Giveaway Day!

  1. I love the Mix It Up hoop! I think it would look good in pink and green. Both are really pretty.
    Thank you for the wonderful give-away chance!

  2. Both are cute! I love the mixer would choose green, black and red, since those are the color of my kitchen :)

  3. Love them both! But the bowls would be my choice. Not sure of the colors as I’m probably going to be moving in the near future. But I do like vintage colors. Maybe aqua and red.

  4. The Mix it Up hoop would be great in pink! My best friend would love it as much as I do (I would gift it to her), and it would fit perfectly in her kitchen! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

  5. Tough choice because I like them both but if I’m lucky enough to win I’d choose the mixing bowls because I love the floral detail. The only thing I’d change color wise from what you already have is to make the blue a darker shade and maybe even leaning a little towards a Peacock Blue shade. Thanks for the chance to win.

  6. I love the pyrex dishes. My kitchen is yellow with bright Fiestaware accents, reds, blues, greens. Thanks for the chance.

  7. These are so fun! I have a silver mixer so maybe grey and blue. I love both so much together but if I had to separate them, then maybe the mixing bowls.

  8. I like the stack of bowls, and I’d pick very similar colors to what you have there–red, yellow, and turquoise/teal.

  9. I love this! I just did my first hoop project! I need to work on finishing it on the hoop better!!! I love it and my kitchen has NO color scheme :D So any would be fine!

  10. So cute – love them! I guess I’d pick the mixer. Hope to be moving soon so not sure on colors. I guess red and grey?

  11. both are cute but my favorite is the mixer. i would pick orange as my daughter just got an orange stand mixer, her favorite color.

  12. I like the one with the bowls more. I would give it to a friend and she doesn’t really have a color theme for her kitchen, but she has a couple pictures, including a Monet print that has a lot of greens and pinks, so I think I would choose the large ones to be green and the smalls to be pink, with a dark purple or blue writing on the bowls (whichever went better with the green & pink).

  13. I the love pyrex bowls! We bought a retro ranch house last year and while everyone is “redoing” their old kitchens. I’m keeping it retro. (I will however add money to the curse jar at major holidays when I don’t have enough counter space). But for the rest of the year, I’m happy as a 1970 cook in the kitchen! Will be painting the cabinets burnt cinnamon and yellow/tan, so the Mix it up bowl artwork will be perfect :)

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