Looking for cute printed fabrics for holiday projects? Than be sure to enter today’s giveaway. It’s from one of our sponsors: This and That from Japan, a shop that carries high quality Japanese fabric, craft supplies, floree molds, and craft books direct from Japan.
Enter to win a $50 shopping spree (fabric or supplies only. excludes books) from This and That from Japan below. International entries welcome. One winner will be chosen.
1. Browse This and That from Japan. Then come back here and tell us what you would make if you won the $50 shopping spree. Feel free to mention what fabrics and/or supplies you would use as well.
2. Subscribe to the papernstitch blog by clicking here and then leave a message in the comments that says “subscribed”. **Ill know if you really did or did not subscribe, so lets play fair.
3. Twitter, facebook, or blog about this giveaway and leave a link in the comments. You can use the retweet and facebook buttons below to make it easy, if you’d like.
**Giveaway will end on December 7th at 11:59 pm eastern time.**
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I’ve been dying to get my hands on that elephant fabric featured at the top of the post!!Kaylee
Posted it on my Facebook, too. 🙂Voleurdebijoux
I’m a new subscriber to your fabulous blog. 🙂Voleurdebijoux
Just tweet’d it. 🙂Voleurdebijoux
Thank you for this fabulous Giveaway!! 🙂
Love Alice In Wonderland! I would make a tote bag with this.Voleurdebijoux
I shared this giveaway on facebook.Emillie
I subscribe – google reader.Emillie
I would make a quilt!Emillie
I retweeted this giveaway @birdie00000 Thanks for the chance to win! Have a great day.robin
I subscribed on Google Reader. :o)robin
I would make a quilt from some of the very cute fabrics! I’d have a hard time choosing!robin
Thank you for hosting this giveaway! I have blogged about it here: http://artcorecafe.wordpress.com/2010/12/05/pretty-little-things-two-papernstitch-giveawaysPetra
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Totally the elephant fabric!! I can totally see a nursery decked out with that fabric!!Cat
I’d love to get this!SwoodsonShoeClips
I think I’d make up some fun make up brush rolls. I need one (ok, maybe two!) and I’d love to make some for my sisters and girlfriends!Catherine
I would totally make some rocking pillowcases. Likely for me, but maybe for some kiddos in my life! 🙂Kelly
i’m a google reader subscriber. thanks!caitlin t.
so many amazing fabrics! i love the elephants and this adorable whale print: http://www.etsy.com/listing/61317462/japanese-cotton-fabric-marine-print-for
I love the marine print for kids (and all the kids prints for that matter!) Our first child is due to arrive at the end of February and I am frantically working on various little projects including a few baby quilts and would love to incorporate some of these playful fabrics into an heirloom keepsake!nellie
I love the elephant fabrics and the Japanese vegetable fabrics. They would make some very cute bags or wristlets!Mika
I will make Fabric Envelopes for holiday cards!!!!!!!!!!Betty
I would embellish my holiday cards and gift wrap with the red buttons fabric tape.Allison
just tweeted >>-l> http://twitter.com/#!/TreeCookies/status/9103410695503872jonahliza
i would love to use the pretty yellow flowers fabric to cover a corkboard.. or make a french message board with it, and hang it in my office.jonahliza
how lovely! i’d make the cutest baby quilt ever–just in time for christmas!julie l.
I would have to get some trims, a sewing book, and some cute fabric!Stephanie
I would love to make Christmas stockings but can’t decide if I would use Christmas fabric or an everyday image that represents the person whose stocking it is….What do you think? Also, love the trims.Ami
Ive been addicted to making zipper pouches…I could use some new supplies…thanks for the giveaway…tania
I would use this adorable fabric to make my DD a little jumper, and maybe some burp cloths as gifts?Emily Deshler
I follow you on Twitter 🙂Emily Deshler
I’ve never seen the Little Red Riding Hood – Pink – Half Yard – Japanese Fabric; so whimsical!Shannon
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I’m a subscriber to your awesome blog 🙂Alex Kam
This is the most amazing giveaway ever!!
I would get these fabrics:
…to make a cute collage hoop wall art to decorate my empty walls!!! 😀 Or even a few for friends and families! These fabrics are just too cute.
Thanks for the awesome giveaway!Alex Kam
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i would make little slippers for christmas presents using that adorable elephant fabric, i think i like green elephants the best but they are all so awesome!CatherineLilian
I subscribed. I’m so happy to have seen the shop! If I really had to choose (because I like everything!) I’d take everything with a matryoshka on it, the ribbons with hearts and the incredible eraser sets! Wow.Nesta
Ciao from Italy, Nesta
(I’ve subscribed too!)LisaB
while I’m very tempted by all the adorable fabric… I’d probably blow the whole gift on the Japanese craft books!LisaB
The fabrics are lovely! There are so many options… I want to make curtains for my kitchen cabinets, a dress for my niece, Christmas stockings….Aline
Already subscribed! 🙂Aline
the darumas are my favorite… they are so fun and remind me of our time in japan!courtney
Awesome! I would definitely spend it on the Japanese Craft books if I were to win. 🙂Justine Wong
G’day, I’ve posted about the giveaway too
As soon as I spotted the kirigami books, that’s what I wanted to make. I love mobiles and there’s a mobile book.Sara
Thanks for a lovely giveaway.
I am a RSS subscribersona
I also subscribe. Thanks again.Nancy
I’d make a kimono for my daughter out of the rainy day fabric. Thanks for the great giveaway.Nancy
subscribed! I love this blog.Stacey
subscribed!The Crafty Nerd (Trish)
Beautiful blog as well as beautiful fabric!
i love the flowers (http://www.etsy.com/listing/62727433/japanese-fabric-spring-garden-half-yard) and all the elephants! i’d make pouches with the flowers and line handbags with the ellies 🙂candice
i’ve subscribed (moomi) 😀candice
Subscribed!!!! 🙂Mia Helen
I’d make a dress out of the sailboat fabric I’ve wanted so long!Jamie
So many gorgeous fabrics! I would make a tote using the Squirrels with Nuts and Berries for sure, it is adorable! Little pouches and bags too. 🙂 Thank you for the giveaway!Michelle
I love the elephants. Especially in gray and yellow. I’m a quilter.Little Bluebell (Adrianne)
LOVE the squirrels with nuts and berries print!Becky
I love the choo choo trains in grey print, I’d have to make something for the boys out of it!margaret
I think I’d make some purses for xmas gifts!kyley
I would have so much fun with 50 dollars in this shop. I would snag the Owls, Traditional Print in Circles – Blue, Blue Anchors and Red Dots, Christmas Scene – Green and so many more of the pretty fabrics!Alyce Rose
i also subscribe to your blog. thank you!Emily
I love the stamps and stickers! I would use them to dress up packages, especially with Christmas coming!Emily
I have been subscribed for quite a while through RSS, but this is the first time I have entered a give-away. I just couldn’t resist, since I am in the market for some cute fabric to make the double-duty dry erase board you provided a tutorial on months ago! I can’t wait to see it decorate my new office at the first “grown-up” job after finally finishing studying, and think one of the Matryoshka doll prints would be just perfect for the project! Of course, the fabribs are such a bargain I could also score some cute ribbons for my hair and some stamps to make some fabulous custom stationary – ooh, so many possibilities!Kat
I would make a little blankie for my baby boy and perhaps a skirt for my girl…Catherine
Oh wow — I totally agree — this is one of the best giveaways ever! Love the Japanese fabrics and trims. Not sure what I would make, although my mind goes first to cute messenger bag. Love the huge selection of books in the store — I’ve always wanted to pick up some Japanese books for inspiration, so maybe I would get that along with some of the linen prints!The Hungry Crafter
Wow, This and That From Japan has been a favorite shop on mine on Etsy for so long now! If I won I would definitely spend it all on fabric! First in the cart would be the Bags and Umbrellas print in Pink! Adorable!! Oooo my fingers are crossed!Bryanna
Tweeted here: http://twitter.com/#!/utqtbryBryanna
Every time I visit this shop I salivate, so…many…fabrics! I would back double sided pillows and an adjustable wristlet for myself and friends from various fabric bits.
I thought I was already a subscriber, woops! Well, I am now 😀Van
Already subscribed 🙂Jenna
I would make pillow or stuffed animals or purses… I like sooo many of the fabrics! I’m not sure which I would choose…Jenna
Subscribed! I’d get some of the beautiful cotton/linnen fabric. I’d use it to make some more pillows and soft toys 🙂Laila O
I actually love the green and blue elephant prints you showed above. Also love the cars, trucks and ambulances. Oh, the space walk is really cute too!Eva Scott
i’m already a subscriber of papernstitch blog on google reader!angie
i’d want to make tote bags and give them to friends with the gift certificate. 🙂
I already subscribe through google reader!!Eva Scott
I would stock up on gocco ink and use it to print my christmas cards.Christine
Oh my gosh, the fabrics are soooo cute! I would totally make myself a work apron and using the Come Stai fabric pattern…Italian themed, so totally suited for me 🙂 Thanks for the chance and I already am subscribed to papernstitch… love following the blog!linda
I would make a blanket with the red with gold stars for the 12 days of xmas we are doing for a friend of mine.brittney s
I love the hungry hippos fabric, it would make a great addition to a baby quilt!Jaclyn
and i’m also following with my Yandex reader, i hope that counts:)Victoria
omgomgomgomg. if i didn’t completely pass out from the cute, i would use the fabric to make my FIRST EVER quilt/blanket/freeform thinger/covering for my new niece, who is 12 days old!elly
I would love to make play dresses from the “On a Farm” fabric – perfectly sweet & fun!Seattle Lulu
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Want want! I would get some Japanese Craft Books 🙂Victoria
i like the make your own slippers book .
tumblemumbo at gmail dot comva
Subscribed! I LOVE your blog. So many great items for inspiration.Jen
They have tons of cute fabrics! I am loving the Little Red Riding Hood fabric, I think it’d be a darling print for a little girl’s blanket.Meg
I am already Subscribed to the papernstitch blogVioleta Petrova
If I win I will buy lots of great fabric 🙂Violeta Petrova
i would make drawstring bags with the small white elephants on gray fabric. i would use the cars, trains, buses, signs trim to finish off canvas bags i have.jenny
I would make some fun pillows for the toy room for my kids to sit on while they’re readingAudrey
i would love to make an apron with a few different fabrics. also the stamps are cute- like the Postage Stamp.Rosemariee
I would buy a few different fabrics, including the froggies holding hands (http://www.etsy.com/listing/62164156/japanese-fabric-smiling-frogs-half-yard) and make lots of reusable hand warmers!
+I’ve been subscribed for a while now 🙂Sarah
i would make a curtain for my back door using this:katie
saw the cutest stocking yesterday made with the elephants green on white. i’d make that!! 🙂kate
I would most of all use all those cute tapes and ribbons for packaging items from my little jewellery shop, and also these gorgeous French-style stamps http://www.etsy.com/listing/62481466/japanese-craft-supplies-french-inspired to decorate the packages! And I also really need to learn to sew, so I would love to have some of those wonderful cute fabrics to start with 🙂Andrea
I would buy a lot of stamps + I would be the happiest person in the planet!!!! What an awesome giveaway! Thanks!Mayi Carles @ Heartmade
I subscribe to you on google reader!Kristin
I love the Paris fabric and would probably make a cute tote bag out of it.Kristin
would love to make some cute little gifts for my nephew!S.Patel
Oh my gosh! Way too kawaii! I would totally get the cotton owl fabril and make an a-line skirt for myself, and maybe one in the Darumas print as well. Then I would get enough of an elephant fabric in green to make a baby shower set (crib liner, mobile, pacifier clips, etc.) for an friend’s new arrival.
Thanks for the opportunity!Christy A.
Oh my gosh, the robot fabric is my fave.Gretchen Alice
I love the grey elephants! I just made some newborn pants from fabric I bought at thisandthat. I would make some more elephant clothes to match!wendy
I think I’d actually do some for me sewing. I never make stuff for myself so this winter I am going to crochet a blanket for me and sew myself a skirt.Elizabeth
I think that this Paris fabric would make just the cutest skirt:
I would get the elephant fabric or the turtle fabric to make a padded bag for toting around my toy cameras!
Also tweeted this @opheliaquixoteMeghan
Love the elephant prints — would love to make a baby quilt using those!Ali
Also, subscribed! Have been for a long time, love seeing all the pretties on my google reader each morning 🙂Lauren
Love this shop! I would order the Lilo & Stitch fabric:Lauren
to make something for my sister-in-law, who is expecting twins. Stitch is her fave Disney character, and the Japanese fabrics are way cuter than anything I’ve seen in US shops.
I want to make a wrap skirt with the owls cotton fabric. So cute!Amy Farrington
OMG! This is like the best giveaway EVER!
I love those Fabrics … my faves:
Sweets on Gingham
The chocolate and cake eraser!! OMG
I would buy all of that!Noelia
I subscribe!Mandi C
The small white elephants and the stamp stamp are calling my name! I’d make curtains or a sheet set out of the sweet elephants for that someday babe.Mandi C
I would get some of the Japanese clay and molds and create some super cute accessories!!!Jingle
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http://twitter.com/#!/sandyalamode/status/7098567143460864Sandy a la Mode
i have subscribed to your blog!!Sandy a la Mode
Retweeted! Thank you for a wonderful giveaway!notabilia
wow what a GREAT shop!! i love the vegetables print!!! 🙂Sandy a la Mode
I would make a baby blanket for my niece who loves elephants!
Japanese Fabric – Elephants on GrayLesley