Gimme a Giveaway: Juneberry Stitches

This giveaway is closed.  Thanks for entering!  See who won here.

Happy first Friday in August!  We’re got a lovely giveaway from a wonderful shop, Juneberry Stitches.

Juneberry Stitches is a sweet shop packed with beautiful burlap linen goodies.  Beautiful bags, like the Linen Burlap Hobo Bag:

Fun, beach-perfect totes like the Green Striped Linen Burlap Tote:

Cute clutches (a perfect size to double as a make up bag) in a variety of colors like this Emerald Green Burlap Ruffle Zipper Clutch:

Store a laptop or iPad in this Oversized Linen Burlap Zipper Clutch with Vintage Doily:

Heck, store mail in a fabric bin like the Burlap Basket Vintage Doily Medium:

What are you waiting for?  Start commenting for your chance to win!

The Goods: One $60 shop credit good for or toward anything in the Juneberry Stitches shop.

To Enter:  Leave a comment, which can (but doesn’t have to) include our Just for Fun question.

Just for Fun: Tell us your favorite vintage item.  Something passed down from a relative?  An awesome flee market or thrift find?

For additional entries:

1.  Add Juneberry Stitches to your Etsy Favs and leave a second comment.

2.  Like Juneberry Stitches on Facebook, leaving a separate comment.

3.  Like Our Humble Abode on Facebook, and comment again to increase your chances of winning.

Contest Closes: Thursday, August 29th, 2013.

Number of Winners: One lucky guy or gal.

Ships: Globally, so you international folks, comment away!

Other Info: We will select the winners using random.org and announce on Friday, August 30th.  Seacrest, out!

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130 thoughts on “Gimme a Giveaway: Juneberry Stitches

  1. I have this great yellow “I love my Superman” tee from the early 70s. I wore it so much I can’t wear it anymore. I want to frame it and hang it somewhere. It’s just so me.

  2. so cute! 🙂 my favorite vintage items are handkerchiefs that were my grandmothers. I gently tied them end to end and made a swag for mothers day and it was quite charming & sentimental. 🙂 close runners up would be the dining room table that we inherited; my husbands grandfather built it years ago.

  3. My grandmother’s drinking glasses, they just don’t make glass the way they used to. Super smooth, beautiful weight, clarity, size and subtle etchings.

  4. My favorite vintage item(s) are a couple of vintage doilies my husbands grandfather gifted us as a wedding gift. It was a wedding gift to him and his wife and he passed them down to us. They are very special to me.

    Seasidesmitten@aol.com

  5. Oh my goodness! These are fabulous!! My favorite vintage item…a multi-colored pastel doily my great grandmother made.

  6. My favorite vintage item is a purse made from cut velvet upholstery. The background is black with all these brightly colored fuzzy flowers.

  7. Last week I scored a vintage oversized plate (probably considered a platter) from our local consignment store, that I have already used for serving cakes on. I love it, and it fits perfectly with how I envision my next kitchen to feel.

  8. My Grandma gave me a square pink jewelry box full of old costume jewelry that belonged to my Great Grandma. I treasure it! It all comes back around, sometimes I see new pieces in stores that look like her old necklaces and pins.

  9. My favorite vintage item is one of my grandmothers rings. Her boyfriend sent it to her from Italy before he was shot down in WWII.

  10. Oh, I LOVE that hobo bag – and all of them really!

    My favorite vintage item is a bed cover my great grandmother made. According to my mom, she made dozens of them, but gave them all away. Then she walked into my mom’s house and saw one on the bed and started crying because she realized one was still with the family. I inherited it long ago, and I just love it.

  11. My fafourite vintage items is the 3/4 bed made in 1840 for a sea captain and his bride, it’s absolutely stunning.

  12. My favorite vintage item is the framed print from early 1900s of a mother and daughter. It was my first antique/vintage buy after I moved to Ocala.

  13. My favorite vintage item is a needlepoint footstool given to my mother on her 7th birthday. Pencil notes on the bottom indicate the yarn was purchased in the 1890s. The design is abstract, not floral.

  14. $60 shop credit?!?! Wowza! Adore her work!!

    My most favorite vintage possession has to be a small cherry wood table that my great great grandfather built & has been passed down through the family. It’s currently my work bench & I get to use it every single day. :o)

  15. $60 shop credit?!? Wow! Absolutely adore Juneberry Stitches!

    My most favorite vintage possession would have to be a cherry wood table my great great grandfather made. Its has been passed down through the family. It is currently my work table & I get to use it every single day.

  16. Juneberry Stitches is such a STUNNING Etsy shop! Love it!

    My Fave vintage piece is my great grans dining room table and sideboard which she bought in 1921

  17. oh boy, I love the hobo bag. my fav vintage item? well, my husband for one, but most of my furniture is vintage or antique picked up here and there. I love things with the old timey green paint

  18. I wanted to say thanks for inspiring me to use etsy more, even as idea fodder instead of running straight to my addiction w/pinterest! Your etsy month fav’s have made me look differently and I’ve discovered way more fresh stuff! Thanks girl! O, my fav vintage items are some old costume jewelry I got from my g-ma when she passed.

  19. Oh, how pretty!
    As to my favorite vintage item, I think that would be the little metal hair clasp I inherited from my grandmother. Or the Jugendstil Buffett set from my great-grandparents. It’s hard to chose!

  20. My favorite vintage item currently is my grandmother’s singer sewing machine from the early 60’s. It runs like a dream and was made in America.

  21. My favourite vintage item is a silver candy box (to put jewellery in) that my grandma recently gave me, which used to belong to her own grandmother… Woaw!

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