Wednesday, December 10, 2014

12 Days of Giveaways {Day3}

Hi there! It's day 3, of our 12 days of giveaways!!!



Do you remember the Tree Skirt I shared a few weeks back?  

Today we are giving away the KIT to make this lovely tree skirt!


Click HERE to purchase this Tree Skirt Kit!

We are also offering 25% off the Tree Skirt Kit with code: TREE25    (limited quantities)  Code will expire 12/10/14 @ midnight





To enter to win the Tree Skirt Kit, answer the following question:

Is your current tree skirt homemade or store bought?

Giveaway will close 12/10/14 @ Midnight

GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED




PS: As you can guess, mine is the one pictured above, and it looks so pretty under my tree! :)



108 comments:

sylvie jourdan said...

My tree skirt is homemade. This kit is very beautiful.

quiltzyx said...

My tree skirt is homemade too, but it's aging, so....! :D

magistra said...

My tree skirt is a little of both. It was handcrafted by a very nice elderly lady at craft show. She was awesome! Magistra13 at yahoo dot com
Beth

usagypsy said...

Store bought and I don't really like it. I need a handmade one!

Melanie said...

Mine is store bought , but I would love to make a handmade one! I love this kit!

Martina said...

Oh I even do not have one. Would be awesome to win, yay!

Brenda said...

Mine is homemade.

Béa said...

I made my tree skirt , a star in log cabin blocks.

Anita said...

I made my tree skirt in junior high, that is about 35 years ago! It made of burlap with appliqued birds and poinsettias. It is still looking as good as new!

Nancy said...

My tree skirt is homemade. I'd love to make a new one out of more modern fabrics. Thank you for the amazing giveaway. Happy holidays!

Kay said...

I don't even have one! Currently we lay our stockings around the edge of the tree until Christmas Eve when they go into service. x

Heidi [Banks of Frog Creek] said...

Handmade... I made it when I was in college. My mom and I make them for wedding presents for our relatives and close friends

Pauline Perry said...

We have always had a homemade tree skirt - but I gave mine away to one of my daughters and so I need a new one - isn't that a coincidence!
Pauline
perry94022 at hotmail dot com

delaineelliott said...

Your tree skirt is beautiful. The one that we use is store bought. Thanks!

Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

tpott said...

Ours is store bought. I've made many as gifts but, never one for our Christmas tree. I should put that on the list for next year. Tpott@optonline.net

Sandy D said...

Mine is homemade and had planned on making a new one but time was not my friend. So next year I will have a new one.

Marisa Adams said...

Mine is homemade! It was the first thing I made 34 years ago when I got married so our first tree would look pretty!

annemarie said...

I have always had a homemade tree skirt - I need a new one as mine is showing its age! Love this pattern.

Jeanie said...

I'm embarrassed to say that my tree skirt is not homemade. Your kit would look so much nicer than what I'm using! Thanks so much for the giveaway!

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

I just made myself a new tree skirt this year

JoyceLM said...

Mine is store bought. Every year when I get it out, I tell myself I should make my own, but so far it hasn't happened. Thanks for the chance to win.

gpc said...

My tree skirt is store bought, second hand, from a garage sale. Shame on me. I have been wanting to make one for years.

Carrie P. said...

Your tree skirt does look pretty. Mine is homemade also.

JKW said...

Must admit mine is store bought...this needs to change. ;-)

Nancy Lewis said...

My tree skirt is boughten, and ugly!! Definitely need a pretty homemade one!!

Chiska said...

Mine is homemade and was a gift.

Carol said...

My tree skirt is homemade, made it a couple years ago. I love the tree skirt in your kit and would like to make it for a gift.

GO STARS! said...

I have two. One is a cross stitch that took years to finish and the other is store bought

Jodie said...

I have a store bought one. But this ones is so pretty. I'd love to make it.

Phyllis said...

Right now I'm using an old lace table cloth under my tree. I would love to have a handmade one....love that pattern.

Tracy said...

Mine is homemade. I love the kit!

Janie said...

It is a bought sheet! Help! Thanks for the giveaway.

Lisa Walsh said...

I made my current tree skirt about 25 years ago and I badly need a new one. Thanks for the chance to win a kit!

Needled Mom said...

Shamefully, I admit mine is store bought. Every year I say I am going to make one.

Sarah said...

I love this tree skirt and will probably try to make one like it if I don't win this kit. Thanks for sharing! sarah@forrussia.org

Melanie said...

We have a Longaberger Holly Print cloth skirt. So I really should make one!

Jan Baker said...

I actually have been planning to make a tree skirt for years but haven't got around to it. I am using a piece of gold and red upholstery material.

Paula said...

I use "snow" around the bottom of mine. (It's kind of like felt but thin like tissue paper - with glitter).

Havplenty said...

My treeskirt is handmade with red and green Christmas plaid.

tushay3(at)yahoo(dot)com

Lisa Marie said...

My tree skirt was made by my MIL over 20 years ago! It's still lovely, in the shape of a star, although the fabrics look rather dated. It has sentimental value though, so I still use it.

Shauna said...

I don't currently have a tree skirt, I use some fabric around the bottom of my tree.

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

I don't even use a tree skirt. I have a raggedy blanket I have been meaning to replace with a handmade one. I forget about it until it is time to use it again.

Afton Warrick said...

It's handmade by my late grandmother.

Jen Barnard said...

My current tree skirt is non-existent. I have plans to make one, but I haven't yet.
jen dot barnard at btinternet dot com

Marti Taylor said...

We don't have a tree skirt. I really need to make one as we use a smaller tree that sits on the counter dividing our kitchen and living room. And making a tree skirt means matching stockings need to be made so I can buy more fabric, hooray!

Linda said...

HELLO, it is 'home stitched'! Thanks for a great giveaway!

msstitcher1214@gmail.com

Gill said...

Mine is homemade!

Joyce Carter said...

Oh, Lindsey, that is sooo beautiful! I bought my tree skirt about 25 years ago, but it is actually handmade. I didn't know how to make one at the time. Thank you so much for the giveaway.

Elizabeth S. said...

The one I am using now is store bought but I am want to make my own and this is one that I would love to make.

Debbie -- Sheltered Stitches said...

My tree skirt is homemade. It's a hook rug i made way back in the mid-70's before marriage & kids! I've seen some really splendid ones in the quilting world and will probably retire the hook rug!

Marianne said...

Store bought! I use a Christmas throw and tuck it around the tree.

Tammy said...

My is store bought...But IU have been wanting to make my own for a long time now..

GranChris said...

Mine is homemade but I have been thinking it's time for a new one. Yours is wonderful. Next year I will need to plan ahead.

Cecilia said...

Mine is homemade. It was a preprinted on I put together 20 years ago and I really need a new one. I love the looks of yours. Thanks for the chance to win a kit.

Allison C said...

I actually don't have one and need to make one. This would be perfect

Susan said...

So pretty! I've never had a real tree skirt - we've always used a little baby quilt my grandma made for our first baby 26 years ago - but yesterday I was at the thrift store and found an adorable vintage tree skirt! So now I have one, but I'd love to make one too!

King's Lady said...

My tree skirt is homemade. It is Charlie Brown's Christmas in counted cross stitch. I made it in the '90s... I need a replacement!

Ilana Joffe said...

I don't have a tree skirt.
hijoffe@gmail.com

Tori said...

My current tree skirt is store bought. :-(

sarah said...

Haha! My tree skirt is a cut up old tablecloth that I used to make some napkins for christmas gifts a few years ago. Have never gotten around to actually sewing it up, so it's just a drapey, scrappy, mess :)
sarah at people_rising (at) hotmail (dot) (com)

barbara woods said...

mine is a Christmas throw that i wrap around the stand

Teresa Hays said...

I don't do Christmas but IF I did it would have a store bought skirt. BUT given time I would probably make one.

Kathy said...

My tree skirt is non-existent! I just use a white sheet, so I would love to win this :)
Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Crafty Coffin said...

I love that tree skirt! Our current is not only store bought but a hand me down that we used when I was a kid. I'm working on a homemade one but doubt I will get it done in time - maybe next year? But since my husband has already commented on my "loud" fabric choices I'd love to win this kit since I think he would approve!

Lee said...

Mine is homemade - I quilted it 30 yrs ago! I would love to make one for my sister though! thanks!

Hitch and Thread said...

I'm afraid I don't have one. We upgraded to a new tree as the 20 year old one was falling apart. The new one is taller so a skirt is still on the list. Happy Christmas.

Amy's Crafty Shenanigans said...

Mine is a £2 thing from a grocey store - I think it was meant to be disposable but I seem to keep it 'coz I hate throiwing things away!!!

Vicki H said...

Mine is homemade, I crocheted it over 30 years ago. I could use an updated one. Thanks.

kris said...

My current tree skirt is store bought, the only handmade Christmas items I have are a quilt and pillow cover.

Kim Q said...

Technically, it's homemade. It was a fleece kit I bought at JoAnn's last year. It makes a great cat magnet. LOL

Crickets Corner said...

Mine is store bought but I want to have a handmade one for next Christmas.

Natureluvr57 said...

Crocheted Granny Square one my Mom made. I would love one made from fabric!

The Mayo Family said...

The kit is lovely...Our tree skirt is currently store bought!
We have used it for many years.
Thanks again for all of these great giveaway's!
Blessings~
Lori-Marie

Debbie said...

Mine is store bought and I want yours. Can I have yours? It is so pretty. :) Thanks for the great giveaway. I've also shared your giveaway on my Giveaway List for sewers & quilters at wowilikethat.com. Thanks again. (debbie at wowilikethat dot com)

Susan Smith said...

My tree skirt is homemade and about 23 years old! Probably time for a new one! I love this design. Thanks for the chance to win the kit!

mherath said...

I just have a sheet. Would love to win the kit.

Mary Ann said...

I had a store bought one but I made my granddaughter and my daughter each a tree skirt. I love making tree skirts. My quilting group think they make great wedding gifts.

annieb said...

It's very old, and it is now with my nephew. I don't have one anymore. But I'll bet it was store bought. If I win, I'll have to make it for next year, and find something temporary for this year. Thanks for the opportunity.

Amy DeCesare said...

That's a kind of a tough question to answer - we just use a piece of red fabric, draped around the tree base, so I guess that would be homemade! lol I have made two beautiful quilted tree skirts in the past two years, so now I need to make one for myself! lol

Evie H said...

It's a handmade one, but it's old and I wouldn't mind having it replaced. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Yesterday Night said...

A square tree skirt...I like it! I don't have a tree skirt right now, so this would be perfect. Thanks for the giveaway.
Holly

Jane S. said...

Our tree skirt is handmade, but not by me! We inherited it from my mother-in-law, and I was with her when she bought it at a Christmas bazaar. It's been in use now for a good 25 years and we could use a new one. I think this would do nicely. :)

OhioLori said...

Truly neeeed a skirt for our tree!! It only wear a nice..but clean..lol...white sheet (a Toga???) Sigh....

debbie said...

Mine is a Tinkerbelle tree skirt to match our disney tree.

Susan said...

We don't currently have a tree skirt. I usually hid the base with gifts.

Melissa said...

My tree skirt is a little of both. I purchased a plain red velvet skirt and added 8" triangles around the edge to dress it up and make it larger. It's 15 years old now, so it's really time I made a new one. Thanks for the chance to win the kit! It would look lovely under my tree!

Trudy Keller said...

Mine is homemade

lindag1947 said...

Love that tree skirt. Linda Gerig

Alexis Borsboom said...

We are tree skirt-less. Isn't that sad?

t_ktl at yahoo.com

Katy P said...

Ours is store bought but I plan to make one soon :)

Audrey Mulloy said...

Homemade!!! :)

Karen said...

my tree is outside without its pants on!

Camille Mendel said...

Mine is sadly lacking as it's store bought. Camille@focus20.com

Jen said...

Store bought but hoping to make a handmade one!

Margaret said...

Mine is home made. It is almost time to make another one

Linda Nelson said...

I currently have no tree skirt as an old sweet animal ruined the last one!

lenelson(at)mail(dot)com

Kathy E. said...

My current one is store-bought, but both of my children have hand-made ones from me!

Gloria Cotten said...

My current tree skirt is store bought and NOT special by any standard! I keep meaning to make a lovely quilted one but there is never time with all the gift quilt making and activity around Christmas. However, if I actually won this kit ... Thanks for the opportunity!

ShirleyC said...

What tree skirt? All I have is a piece of shiny, gold, metallic fabric! Seriously!

Tabitha Keener said...

I don't have a tree skirt but I would love to win this and make one! It is very beautiful and I have never seen one like it! Thanks for a chance!

tdkcarpenoctem@hotmail.com

Ellee said...

We currently have no tree skirt. I keep meaning to make one, so by next Christmas we will have one, and it will be beautiful. -- soparkaveataoldotcom

Lisa Emery said...

My current tree skirt was made by my step-daughters from a printed panel. It's a special treasure!

WalkingWithFeathers said...

First Christmas with my husband - no tree skirt whatsoever! So... Nonexistent?

karamino said...

We currently have no tree skirt.

A Quilter's Mission said...

My tree skirt is handmade but not pieced.

DeborahGun said...

I have no tree skirt so would love to win this!

Alesha Klein said...

I have always used a store bought but would love a quilted skirt.
akk_nana@yahoo.com

Stephanie Blumenthal said...

What a wonderful giveaway. It is truly beautiful. Great style. I use a crumpled white sheet right now.

Thank you and Merry Christmas.

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