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Eclectic Whatnot Giveaway & Pumpkin Pie Winners


While at Blissdom, I had the pleasure of eating lunch one day with a bunch of the crafty girls including Lindsey, Jess, Lorie and Ruthanne.  We had the unfortunate experience of trying peanut butter and jelly bread pudding together, but it was otherwise a really nice meal and a great chance for me to mingle beyond the home/DIY blog girls.

I had mentioned to Lindsey earlier that I really wanted a cute camera strap cover and asked if she made them.  She informed me that I wanted to buy one from Ruthanne.  Well, it just so happened that I sat next to her at that lunch.  I loved her work (and she’s pretty cool herself), so I ordered one right when I got back to my hotel room. 

I’ve had my Nikon strap for about nine years and it’s fuzzy and, not surprisingly, it has paint on it.  I haul it everywhere, so it was overdue for some cuteness. 
I liked my new strap cover so much, I wanted to share one with my readers. Would anyone like to win an ultra cute, ultra feminine, ultra ruffle-icious camera strap cover? 
If so, today is your day!  Ruthanne graciously agreed to provide a $20 Eclectic Whatnot Shop credit to one of my readers. 

All you need to do is leave a comment and you’re entered! Make sure you leave an e-mail address if you don’t have one on your profile. 

This is going to be a quick giveaway and will end tonight at midnight EST, so leave your comments now!  I’ll announce the winner tomorrow.  

If you want to dream about what you’ll buy, you can visit the Eclectic Whatnot Shop.  Ruthanne also makes ruffled skirts and imperfectly pleated scarves, so you’re not limited to a camera strap cover.  
If you’d like to get to know the woman behind the business, check out the Eclectic Whatnot Blog
The winners of the Pumpkin Pie Designs $50 Etsy store credits are…
Congrats, girls!

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  1. I wanted one of these so badly for Christmas and my hubs didn't get the hint…

  2. I have been wanting one of these straps since I got my new camera. I'm still learning how to use it. Love the one you choose with the brown.

  3. I work with boys as a photographer, I would LOVE this, and they would never ask to borrow my camera again!


  4. As so many others I like the ruffles on the straps. It is girly and colorful.

  5. Oh my goodness…LOVE!

  6. I Love your blog!! And, I would love to have a camera strap!! Also, love all the new paint finishes you are doing!

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