Thursday, October 20, 2011

October Sponsor Spotlight

I don't know about you, but October is zooming by at breakneck speed over here. Time to slow down and get to know my fabulous October Sponsors! The ladies are back with a lot of new goodies, so be sure to check out their shops and blogs.

This month, I'm excited to announce a brand new sponsor:


Goofing Off Sewing Supplies - GoofingOff Sewing Supplies offers sewing patterns, modern and vintage, Judaic fabrics, and other sewing supplies to enable all people who sew make their ideas come to life. My name is Eileen, and I love supplying that special dress or jacket pattern for a wedding or maybe a blouse pattern like the first thing someone ever sewed or had sewn for him or her. Offering Judaic fabrics is very special to me; I am one of the few suppliers of Judaic fabrics on the web. Be sure to find me on Facebook and Twitter too.


A Bird in the Hand Art - I'm Jenny and I have been crafting for most of my life. I love learning new techniques. I usually let the inspiration guide the technique rather than vice-versa. I have a background in biology, specifically animal behavior, and I have been inspired by the beauty of various bird species. Now I spend my days covered in fabric and paint and loving every minute of it :) Visit my shop for some one-of-a-kind accessories and home decor pieces.


Marilyn P Sushi - is a self-taught jewelry designer and mastermind behind Pulp Sushi. She is what happens when you cross a Retro Secretary with the Bride of Frankenstein. Creating jewelry pieces to help you express just a pinch of your playful, flirty, quirky side. You can find some of my jewelry along with items from other great artists (like the stationary above) at pulpsushi.com. For your readers I would like to offer a 15% discount on their purchase at pulpsushi.com when they use the code FCOBLOG during checkout.


Nic's Button Buds - Nicole creates stunning bouquets, boutonnieres, shoe clips, and brooches out of buttons. Each piece is carefully made by hand and is truly something to treasure for years to come. She also enjoys quilting, and has a selection of fun fabric postcards in her shop.


Shabby Apple - Great dresses that make getting dressed simple. No worrying about flashing accidential skin or finding a coordinating cardi--Shabby dresses are designed to be a one-piece outfit. Easy! Plus, a portion of their sales benefit women in Asia and Africa. Cute clothes for a good cause? Yes, please.


GoatNotes - I'm Julia and my blog was started in October 2010 as a way to chronicle my adventures in motherhood as well as share updates about my Etsy shop, Emory&Olly. Over the past year my goals remain relatively the same with both ventures, however GoatNotes blog has shifted to focus more on intentional living, self sufficiency, celebrating all things handmade and has become a space of inspiration for myself and others.


Favor Creative - My name is Vicki and I own a handcrafted eco-friendly herb favors and event stationery shop dedicated to all things creative for life's special occasions. I am passionate about using all-natural and eco-friendly choices for event favors as well as my everyday life. My Herbs in a Box Favor was created using 100% biodegradable materials and packed and shipped with a conscious effort to reduce its impact on our earth.

A huge thank you to all of my sponsors for being a part of Final Clothes-Out!

If you're interested in becoming a sponsor for your own shop or blog, visit my sponsorship page to get more information. We'd love to have you on board!

3 comments:

  1. i love all of these! congrats on such great sponsors i will have to check out all there shops!

    brittany

    prettylittlevintage

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  2. Wow! Page - Shabby Apple, how do you not want every single one of their dresses?! and I'm not even a dress girl!

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