Friday, May 11, 2012

{Fabulous Fabric Friday} Amy Butler Dancing Paisley #Giveaway

Today I'd like to draw your attention to the lovely Dancing Paisley fabric by Amy Butler.  This color is called limestone, isn't it to die for?!  I can think of so many fun projects for this, it works in the kitchen, on the patio or on your bod! 

Here is a funky necklace by The Vintage Honey Shop.  This would go great with a jean skirt and t-shirt for a fun and funky summer look.  This would also make a wonderful and original gift for that hard to buy for female on your list.

Next let me draw your attention to this beautifully clad bucket.  Yes that's fabric on there!  Brodders Tubs has the most amazingly decorated tubs and buckets.  What a great way to showcase your favorite fabrics.   This is perfect for the patio, just add ice and some of your favorite bottled beverages.

Yes I said it works well in the kitchen, check out this fancy vintage style apron by Great Goods.  It would be very hard not to feel like a pretty little lady while you cook in this.  Love that flair on the bottom, a nice accessory to compliment your cooking, don't you think?! :)
What would you make with a yard of this fabric? Tell me in the comments below for a chance to win it.

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51 comments:

  1. Pretty! I'd make a bucket like the one in the photo. :-)

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  2. I would use it to make a cloth diaper!

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  3. Facebook Fan of yours @Alisha Lesage

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  9. I would see about making a summer-springy dress for my toddler to toddle around in! :)

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  10. wow lovely print Facebook follower

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  11. I am followin' via facebook :)
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    fbname: n athania goforth

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  12. Following you via Twitter @sophieandmomma
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    messed up on my fb name....there is no space between "n" and the athania! :)

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  13. I am signed up for your newsletter: n.snaer@gmail.com (is the email I signed up under!)

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  14. I'm going to a couple of bridal showers, and this would make such a sweet apron for her!

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  15. and I just liked you on facebook! (by the way, how did you get your Etsy shop connected on your fb page? I've been trying to figure out how to do that with my own)

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    1. Its under your shop settings. Go to info & appearance and there is a spot to link to Facebook. :)

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  16. covering that tin pal is DARLING -- i would probably cover a small pale and then make some hairbows for Abby!

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  17. Perhaps a skirt for my daughter!

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  18. I also follow you on Twitter. @birdie00000

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  19. Tweeted about this giveaway: https://twitter.com/#!/birdie00000/status/201107228051255296

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  20. I already follow the blog. :)

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  21. I'm on the mailing list. :)

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  22. I would use it to make my 3mo old daughter a dress annnd a diaper :) super cute sherrie0568@gmail.com

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  23. Following on Facebook Sherrie Mullen :) sherrie0568@gmail.com

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  24. I like the idea of making jewelry out of fabric, so I would make bangles & bracelets out of it :)

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  25. get the newsletter sherrie0568@ gmail.com

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  26. follower on twitter @sherriekinney

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  27. Would use it to make a big pillow for my hammock! It screams Summer to me! TY!

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  28. Following you trough your emailed newsletter!

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  29. I already follow the blog and following you p. newsletter.
    I would make a bathbag for the "freibadsaison".
    lg from germany
    Ingrid

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  30. I think I would use to make the skirt of a cute summer dress for dd.
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  31. Like you on FB - Amanda Alvarado

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  32. Follow you on twitter - dolphin4176

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  33. Subscribed to your newsletter.

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  34. Shared on twitter: https://twitter.com/#!/Dolphin4176/status/201818439357177856

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  35. I'd cover a notebook with it!

    Nancy
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  36. Like you on FB

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  37. Follow you via GFC: allibrary

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  38. Subscribe to your newsletter

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  39. I don't know how to sew, but would def ask my grandmother to make me a new apron...I love to cook, so I have a nice apron collection ;)

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