May 26, 2014

Tote Bags Giveaway!

Welcome to the Custom Embroidery Giveaway!

Mixed Bag Mama has teamed up with Crooked Brook once again to bring you another awesome giveaway!

What great looking bags!! I love bags just to put my stuff in when going on a road trip easier than packing everything in a bigger bag like a suitcase. Bags are so much more handier for the snacks or for sewing/knitting things etc Love them! 

Good luck to everyone that enters this cool giveaway!!

Crooked Brook is sponsoring a Custom Embroidered Tote Bag Giveaway just in time to “tote” your stuff from the farmer's market! 
One winner will receive two, 10"W x 14"H x 5"D, gusseted bottom, 10 oz., 100% cotton canvas tote bags personalized with two of the winner’s favorite herbs embroidered, one on one side, of each bag.
Total value including SHI…$50.00
Here is the list of herbs that the winner may choose from:
         Lemon Balm
Images of the embroidered stitch outs can be found here: embroidery designs.
Tote bags have become one of the most used bags in America. They can be utilized for a multitude of purposes, which explains why they have become so popular. These bags are truly an American Classic. For those looking for convenience and ease of carrying things, the tote bag is often the best suited for the job.

The word tote started to be used back in the mid 1700’s and literally means to carry, with technically unknown origins; originally attested in Virginia. The Oxford English Dictionary questions the popular theory of its origin in a West African language (cf. Kikongo tota "pick up" and Kimbundu tuta "carry, load," linked to Swahili tuta "pile up, carry").
Embroidery a form of art that involves decorating a surface, typically fabric, with designs created by using a needle and thread (or yarn) that started out as a form of hand sewing and eventually advanced into a type of machine sewing. The exact origins of embroidery are hard to pinpoint, but there are many early examples that have survived throughout the centuries from ancient Egypt, Northern Europe and the Zhou Dynasty in China. In many cultures throughout history including ancient Persia, India, Japan, Byzantium, medieval and Baroque Europe - embroidery was a sign of high social status and wealth and became a hugely popular art form.

Terms and conditions: 
         You must be 18 years or older to enter.
         Crooked Brook will ship the prize to the winner within 30 days of contest end.
         Physical address required for shipping; no PO boxes, US recipients only residing in one of the 48 contiguous states. If address is undeliverable or prize is unclaimed and sent back, winner is responsible for re-shipping charges.

Can't wait to see if you won? Receive a 20% discount on all Crooked Brook custom shirts (embroidered or printed), custom polo shirts (embroidered or printed), custom sweatshirts (embroidered or printed) or custom hoodies (embroidered or printed) custom lab coats (embroidered or printed) and custom embroidery from 5/26/14 through 06/15/14 with the Coupon Code “Mixed Bag Mama Custom Embroidery Giveaway”.

Disclaimer: Mixed Bag Mama received products in exchange for hosting this giveaway. No other compensation was received. All opinions are my own. No participating bloggers were compensated for promoting this post. Crooked Brook is responsible for prize shipment. This giveaway is not associated with any social media platforms, including but not limited to Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. 

 If you have any questions about this giveaway or would like to feature your own company/product in a review and/or giveaway on Mixed Bag Mama, please email Alicia at aliciaowen 6814 at yahoo dot com.

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