So this week’s winner is getting a little decoupage kit, which includes a trial size mod podge, foam brush, and 1/4 yard of Alexander Henry Birdsong fabric, all of which were used in the making of the DIY Decoupage Key Holder. And the winner is a commenter on an older tutorial who solved a great mystery for us, answering a question we get so many emails about and have never had a satisfactory answer for. I’m so thankful to her! So the comment is from Handmade Mama on our How to Sew A Bow Tie post:
Okay ladies, so I found the bowtie hardware today at my local Hancock Fabrics. The price was $1.50 for the set. The manufacturer is Blumenthal Lansing Co. and the website is www.blumenthallansing.com. The style number is 1070 and the item is found in the button section of the store. Hope that this helps someone!
Thank you so much Handmade Mama! Please use the contact form to send us your address and we will send out your decoupage kit. Winners have five days to contact us before forfeiting their prize to another lucky reader. So, in the spirit of this bow tie info awesomeness, next week’s favorite comment will receive a bow tie hardware kit including slider, clasp, and bow tie clip. Then you’ll be able to use our How to Make a Bow Tie Tutorial to make your little man a clip-on bow tie like this:
Just in time for the holiday dress up season!
To enter, just leave a comment on any post between now and next Friday. We’ll pick our favorite and announce it Friday afternoon. Happy commenting!