12 Days of Giveaways!

Ho Ho Happy 12 Days of Giveaways!

To celebrate the season of giving we will be hosting 12 Days of Giveaways on our blog!  Each day we’ll be choosing a random winner from answers to our Question of the Day. All you have to do to enter is answer in the comment section!

To kick it all off we are making everyone a winner this first day by giving you a free design!SWAS Enchanted Star 600 275x300 12 Days of Giveaways!

Download this beautiful enchanted star design from Sealed With A Stitch!

Even though the design is free for everyone, we would still love your answer to our question- Where do you plan to use the design?

Happy Holiday Season everyone and keep checking back for more prizes as our 12 Days of Giveaways continues!

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78 Responses to 12 Days of Giveaways!

  1. DonnaN says:

    Maybe Christmas napkins

  2. I am going to a baby shower this weekin so I’m going to put this design on a baby blanket and add “A Star is born” Thanks for the lovely design.

  3. Patricia Grauvogl says:

    On a jacket or stocking

  4. Vicke says:

    I am thinking maybe a shirt front

  5. Chery says:

    Holiday cards

  6. R says:

    On Christmas towels

  7. ashta says:

    scattered about on a tshirt for my mother :)

  8. Kathy Sellner says:

    I think I’d like to embroider it on tulle and cut it out and put it on a lovely candle for a holiday glow.

  9. Robyn says:

    I think I will put it on a table runner. Simply beautiful.

  10. pat says:

    On Christmas cards scarf

  11. Marsha says:

    I think it may go on a baby blanket.

  12. Jeanne says:

    On a patch to repair hole in grand daughter’s pants!

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  14. Jeanne says:

    I am thinking this belongs on the front of a white shirt..perhaps one with a few sparkles in the fabric!

  15. Emily F says:

    I will use this on napkins

  16. Nikki says:

    on Christmas coasters

  17. Jeanne says:

    I think it would be beautifull on placemats

  18. Jaenet says:

    For a Christmas card. Thanks!

  19. Linda Noll says:

    I think I may make gift tags with it.

  20. June Bonfield says:

    On my new pure white hand towels and the top corner of my new flannelette nightgown!! it is beautiful…thank you so much!!

  21. Pauline Granstrom says:

    We decorated the house on Thanksgiving weekend. I absolutely love Christmas and all things Christmas. In addition to decorating for Christmas I always keep a bit of Christmas out all year long. An example is a small plaque that my Grandson Jacob gave me 13 years ago of a reindeer. I cherish it and it hangs on the wall in my kitchen. This year I’ve made 40 machine embroidered decorations for gifts.

  22. lewisth@nbnet.nb.ca says:

    This would be great on a scarf

  23. Angela Erxleben says:

    It would be lovely on a mini tree skirt!

  24. linda durkee says:

    was thinking of putting it on a pillow, but like the idea Sue had of putting it in a night scene of her quilt. I’d like to have it in a cobalt blue sky and peeking in thru a window frame.

  25. Constance M. Bunn says:

    Coasters/mug rugs, with matching placemats, stockings, and a Christmas tree skirt! This would also be very cute hanging on a door with ribbons hanging from it with tiny bells attached!What an adorable welcome!

  26. Priscilla says:

    corner of linen table napkins

  27. Calla Ferguson says:

    I am going to use this design on my dining room tablecloth. I have two other designs from this set to use too. Thanks to the generosity of these talented digitizers it doesn’t cost a fortune to turn something ordinary into something extraordinary! Thank you

  28. Margi says:

    This lovely star will look perfect on the velvet table runner and organdy edged napkins that I’m making. Thank you!! Happy holidays!

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