Craft-A-Day Review & GIVEAWAY!

 
Craftaday

Seriously?! Someone pinch me! A book filled with adorable patterns for crafting EVERYDAY of the year? Could it get any better than this?? Sarah Goldschadt from SAH-RAH.com is the creative genius behind the 365 Simple Handmade Projects. Let’s take a peek…

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Looks like it’s Raccoon Week :)

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I mean…who wouldn’t enjoy making a Raccoon Sleeve for their gadgets? And it doesn’t stop there! From Goldfish Week to Ornament Week, Sarah delivers 365 unique craft projects and patterns. No advanced skills or crazy tools required. The book is available for order here and would make a great gift for the crafter in your life.

And guess what?! One lucky PharMA fan will WIN their own copy Craft-A-Day…Yippee!!!

To Enter:

1- Comment on this post (please “craft” something witty!)

2- Please “Like” The PharMA Blog Facebook Page

3- Give Sarah a “Like” too ;)

That’s it! You have until 12pm EST on October 6th to enter…winner will be announced next week!

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That’s My Daily Dose!

Comments

  1. Susan says

    What a clever idea. Something to do each night. The perfect book for your “everyday” crafter. Keeps the crave satisfied.

  2. Kalene Partlow says

    Thank You Very Much!!!Kalene Partlow19246 Central Point Rd. Oregon City, Oregon 97045 Attached are some photos of what I am "a craftin fool" about trying to get ready for an upcoming bazaar.

  3. The PharMA says

    Thanks Kaleen! I wasn’t able to see your pictures :( Perhaps send them to my FB page? Would love to see! Your book is on the way!

  4. Kalene Partlow says

    Better yet just check out my Esty site. Most all of it is going to the bazaar with me.    http://www.etsy.com/shop/kalenepartlow I look forward to getting the book, thanks again!Keep on blogin along…

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