Wednesday Giveaway

CMEBEE Wednesday Giveaway

Enter the Wednesday Giveaway for a chance to win CME‘s exclusive Bee design, found at

To enter, answer the following question: What kinds of items would you decorate using the bee design?

Post your answer by 10 am ET on Friday. We’ll randomly select and announce the lucky winner by 5 pm ET on Monday. Good luck!


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40 Responses to Wednesday Giveaway

  1. It would definitely go on some of my granddaughters clothing. She loves bumble bees.

  2. Vicci Doyle says:

    I think the bee design would be perfect addition for a Tablecloth to throw into your Picnic Basket for summer picnics.

  3. Tammy Waggoner says:

    I think I would like it on Jar covers, or kitchen towels, very nice design!!

  4. Bee says:

    My name is Bee so I would do lots of things with this. I would start off with a quilted cover for a notebook!

  5. Joan Bloecher says:

    I think I would like to embroider it on a hat. Maybe a straw hat. Then I would always have a bee in my bonnet. :-)

  6. Marilee Hawkins says:

    I can see this on some cute summer napkins for the outdoor patio. and maybe in conjunction with some flowers for a table runner.

  7. emily says:

    children s clothes, burp cloths, wet bags, snack bags, quilts (I JUST made a bee quilt that this would have been fantastic on!)

  8. Sharyn Norman says:

    The first place would be on the border of the skirt of a little girl’s dress flying up to a cute sunflower, the fabric in black and white gingham check or maybe yellow and white check. Next, let’s fly the bumblebee on an apron to a flower or beehive applique.

  9. Ella says:

    I run a women’s ministry at my church
    The name of the group is Women Buzzing For Jesus! I could use that Bee Every where!
    Beeeee Blessed!

  10. Lisa says:

    I would make kitchen curtains with this design. I have been thinking about doing curtains with bees for quite a while and this one would be just perfect.

  11. Debbie says:

    I would use in a a cute Baby quilt.

  12. Libby Leatherwood says:

    I would use it on my granddaughters clothes!

  13. Deborah Ervin says:

    Oh I would have fun with this one! My grandson calls me Bee, so I have bee stuff all over the house, but mostly in the kitchen. So I would make curtains and a table cloth!

  14. Claudia Burns says:

    I would also use it on granddaughter’s clothes or on an embroidered quilt.

  15. Lee Ann Turner says:

    I would use this to make pillow and Bed spread for Granddaughters bedroom.

  16. Susan Novak says:

    I’d embroider a kitchen towel for my granddaughter who is graduating from college very soon. Her name is Bailee, but we do call her Bea from time to time. Plus she loves anything ‘bee’.

  17. Charlotte Brown says:

    I would use it on my flower quilts.

  18. Pauline says:

    I would put this on a shirt dress for my great grand baby Elli.

  19. Calla Ferguson says:

    I have been watching for the perfect bee design & here it is!! I’d like to use him all over my kitchen on my curtains, dish towels, and those little canning jar lid covers too. I have a garden theme kitchen anyway, I’d like to add the bees as an embellishment.

    You see, my hubby started a honey business last year. He did so well selling the honey those bees made, this year he’s doubled the amount of hives!!

    With my fingers crossed……

  20. Cheryl Nocera says:

    A picnic table cloth would make a fun item. I would also make a tote for my neice, Bee.

  21. Kate says:

    It would go on my kitchen towels. My husband used to raise bees for honey!

  22. Cindi says:

    On childrens clothing with the words “Sweet As Can (insert your Bee here).

    Burp Cloths, Bibs, Bloomers and Onesies!

  23. Tonya Reichard says:

    I would definitely use the bee on a sundress for the GDs. A friend was the National Bee Queen, so I would stitch it up and make a wallhanging for her too!

  24. mad14kt says:

    I would love to see this on a t-shirt and skirt set.

  25. Jean Schlenk says:

    I make hooded towels with bear faces – the bee would bee-utiful!!!

  26. Sharon says:

    Everything, especially kitchen items and childrens wear.

  27. Judy Fain says:

    I’d put one on my husbands bee suit. He wears it when he’s tending to his bee hives!!

  28. Linda Middlemist says:

    I would use crystals and angelina to embellish. I would use the Bee design on a flower art quilt I am doing.

  29. Laura P says:

    I have a cousin with a yarn shop, Wool & Honey…and this bee would be adorable on coasters….or even stitched onto window screen.

  30. Teresa Crawford says:

    How adorable! I would embroider these all over a “food umbrella”. Great way to jazz up that great picnic item.

  31. valeriec says:

    T-Shirts, bags

  32. Barbara Young says:

    I would use it on dish towels, great granchildrens collars, bubbles and burp cloths.

  33. Sherry Einfeldt says:

    I am making a casserole carrier it would look good on!

  34. Sandy L says:

    I am just completing a quilt in yellow and black with a bee silhouette on the center of the star squares. It is amazing. It will be donated to a worthy cause. This design would have been fantastic on it also.

  35. Rhonda Wynn says:

    I would use the bee design on a picnic tablecloth and napkins, also on T’s.

  36. Diana Dyer says:

    I would use this cute little bee on an apron. I think it would be cute on quilt labels too!

  37. I’d sew this lovely little bee and attach him to some flower seed packets I’m bizzzzzily making.

    L xx

  38. Nancy Hamann says:

    I would use the bee design on napkins to give to my daughter-in-law.

  39. Sylvia says:

    I have a grandson who is afraid of bees. I would embroider bees on a t-shirt to hopefully help end the fears.

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