Another BIG Giveaway!



Yeah! The newest giveaway is now officially underway, and I even got it up a day early to give everybody a little extra time. First I want to say, thanks so much to all the lovely contributors. Without you guys, these giveaways aren’t possible and I really appreciate it! 

There are some more products that are still on there way, so I will post the new items as I receive them, along with the link info.


So here are the rules: Please visit the shops below from the links provided and then come back here and list your favorites and mention why you like them. You can list more than one item that you enjoy in each comment you make. And you can enter up to three times (but no more than that please). That’s it! Super simple this time. You have plenty of time to enter because this giveaway will run through Friday, December 19th (about 2 weeks from the date of this post) at 8pm eastern time. There will be at least three winners (maybe more- who knows).

Visit our giveaway contributors’ shops here and then come back and enter:

1. Sublime Stitching– Craft Pad Pattern Book

2. Happy Owl Glasswork– 3 Grey Owl Tiny Dishes

3. Jetty Kolobaric- Tree Photograph Print

4. Papaver Vert– 3″ Plant Cozy with Dripliner

5. Snoozer Loser– 5 Snooze Dust Containers with a gift certificate in each one!

6. Selflesh– 3 sets of Mini Prints

7. Mint Workshop– Orange Geometric Pouch

9. K is for Calligraphy- Hand Stitched Bird Cards and Envelope Seals- 3 sets 

10. Leanne Graeff– Yellow House Dish Towel

11. Melissa K Lund– Pino Photograph Print

12. Deeljea Designs– Notecard Set

13. Manderly Rose- Gift Tags and Postcards

14. Samaria Project– Plush Red Birdie

15. TKR Designs- 2 cards and a Bird Print

16. Simple Vintage- Assorted Vintage Fabrics and Vintage Bookplates

17. Micael Nobbs– The Beany Hand Drawn Journal about life in west Whales (4 total)

**Interested in being in the next papernstitch giveaway? We do this every month, and I would love to have you. Just email me for the details at with subject: Giveaway.

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I’m a sucker for handmade fonts so the stuff on K is for Calligraphy gets my vote too. I especially love the State Fair Magnets as they recycle material from old books, the illustrations are really cute too.


The Rockies from Samaria Project are very eye-catching – clever idea and very attractive design makes them very appealing 🙂


I LOVE K is for Calligraphy’s envelope seals – they are so pretty – my favourite designs at the moment are the Minty Grey Polka Dot seals and the Thank You seals


I think Mint Workshop’s bags and pouches are gorgeous – great clours and designs.


I’ve always been a fan of Sublime Stitching. Very cute patterns and great tools I’ve found difficult to get in Japan like the t-shirt stabilizer.


I really like mintworkshop’s shop!

My favourites are the Peppermint Twist bags. It’s hard for me to settle on my favourite color, but I think I prefer either the grape forest bag or the blue green barkcloth one =)


It’s got to be the felt plant cozies from Papaver vert. Unique, organic, looking impeccably constructed and mighty fine!


And I can’t get enough of anything vintage, so I love Create Jacksonville’s selection. And so affordable! I’d so buy these right now if my shoe size was smaller:


JK Photography is just amazing. The images are so gentle. I’d love this one framed in a bathroom:


Happy Owl’s jackrabbit nightlight is the most darling thing I’ve seen in a while!


I love this:

I also love to work with map paper, so it’s fun to see how another artist uses it in their own way!


Because the fabric is absolutely BEAUTIFUL!



I like SamariaProject’s kid friendly owlie – he has an adorable expression in his face!

Jennifer Ladd

The plant cozies from papaver vert are so cool – they have a funky, retro feel.

Jennifer Ladd

I love the camper napkins from LeanneGraeff – so cute!

Jennifer Ladd

I love leanne graeff’s hand printed items. they are beautiful. i also am a huge fan of papaver vert’s felted pots! I love plants and i love having them in unique containers.


I like Mint Workshop’s bags, especially the doublemint tote in olive butter martini. First of all, I love the name! And it’s just so cute, and looks well made too.


I am a big fan of vintage so love Simple Vintage’s shop – especially the Pyrex (I have a collection started)…


The recycled glass pendant, owl, is wonderful. I’ve recently started collecting owls, my grandmothers done it for years.


I love the rockies from the samaria project. They remind me of the pet rocks from the 70’s but so much cuter. I think they would look great in a garden.

Carolyn G

I love the vintage library cards from Simple Vintage- they make me think about how I always wanted to be a librarian when I was small…actually I still do.

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