What the Hey, Friday Giveaway!


Well, I had decided a few days ago that I would do a giveaway next Friday, the day after Thanksgiving. I still plan to do that. . . new Green Bag Lady item. . .very exciting. . .stay tuned. . .

However, in the meantime, I have gotten antsy and will do another give away before then. No time like the present for a present! :)

Leave a comment on this post, with your email, don't forget to spell out AT and DOT so you don't get spam. Bagette Dad will choose 10 of you to receive 2 fun produce bags each from us here at Green Bag Lady central. Bagette Dad needs something to do anyway. He's back here in Nashville working as a driver since my hubby tore his ACL, had surgery and can't drive at the moment. Have you thanked your Dad today?

Yes, I am aware that I have used this photo in previous posts but no time to take new ones for this spur-of-the-moment freebie.

Post away. Oh, you have until midnight, CST, on Saturday, November 22 to leave your comment to be considered to win 2 produce bags. If you would like to sew your own produce bags, the pattern is here.

TGIF, right Bagette April? Teresa and the Bagettes

17 comments:

micaela6955 said...

This would be great, since I am so totally uncrafty and haven't sewn anything since a bad experience with a Singer and my finger in 8th grade Home Ec. class. Thank you for your generosity, please enter me into your drawing! And have a great Thanksgiving too!

micaela6955 at msn dot com

Bobbie said...

I absolutely love my Green Bag I received from you and since I have absolutely no sewing talents I would love to be entered in the drawing.
Thanks for what you do.
eyzofgreen at gmail dot com

Carl@ said...

Me encantaria participar y tener una Green Bag Lady.
Mi mail es carlawilt@gmail.com

Muchas gracias!
:)

Cortney said...

I would love to use your produce bags, they look lovely!

cafreeATgmailDOTcom

ViVy said...

I would love to participate in one of the bags, my mail address is:

vivygalan@gmail.com

Valeria said...

Thank you so much for your generosity. I am hoping to get one or two, here is my email:
valeria647 at yahoo dot com

Valeria said...

Thank you so much for your generosity. I am hoping to get one or two, here is my email:
valeria647 at yahoo dot com

andrea said...

I just got picked to receive a shopping bag (still very excitedly waiting for it in the mail) so i understand if i'm out of the running for a produce bag but i figured i'd give it a try! Either way, thanks for my shopping bag and keep up the good work!!!

campbell4158ATmacDOTcom

SandyQuilts said...

Great ... I've been researching for a pattern. Please enter me.

mermaid at fultonian dot com

THANKS

Anonymous said...

Hi!
I;m from Puerto Rico and I saw you on CNN espanol. When I went to COSTCO I bring bags to carry my shopping. But at he moment I gat only two bags I woul love to have one of yours to do my groceries shopping.

Regards
ednamaria171 at hotmail dot com

REENblack said...

I would love to be considered for the produce bags! I can't stand using the plastic ones!

emblack3144ATyahooDOTcom

SarahB said...

This is such a great idea! Somehow I never even thought about making produce bags even though I have fabric grocery bags!

Just found your blog and headed to check out your patterns. Thank you for all the wonderful work you are doing!

sarahbscraps at gmail dot com

lifeontheisland said...

I totally love your idea! I am working on making produce bags for my friends, neighbors, and family for Christmas!
kady_g AT yahoo DOT com

LS said...

I am so impressed with you and your mission! I would love a Green Lady Bag. My email is l_shadrick at hotmail.com. Thank you so much!

dalton/donna said...

My son and I say your podcast after watching "Green Warriors. He thinks "You Rock" he would love to take your bag to school, and share your story. It's one person @ a time making a small change for the planet.
please enter us in your drawing.

Thanks,
Donna & Dalton
nthrnbelle@aol.com

Anonymous said...

Hoping to win this time! Thanks.

queensdap AT centurytel DOT net

Deborah

Rachel said...

I think what you are doing is fabulous! Thanks for all you do to encourage us all, and since my sewing skills are limited to fixing buttons...I would love one of your bags!
sparrowcrow6ATgmailDOTcom