Well, the first giveaway went well and Amy's sachet stack is on it's way to her. Thanks for sharing your holiday memories with me!
This time I'm giving away a Christmas-themed handkerchief sachet made from a poinsettia hanky layered over another with red and green crochet edging. The button stack features a pretty white vintage snowflake button layered over a red one with a swirled edge. The sachet, which measures about 5 x 7 inches, is stuffed with a mixture of lavender buds and buckwheat hulls. Just give it a squeeze to refresh the scent.
Here's a closeup of the buttons (not really a snowflake but it looks like one from a distance)—
I was going to ask for your favorite cookie recipe in exchange but I won't require it. Participation was down a bit last week from previous giveaways and I'm not sure if I scared people off or not. I suspect most people have other things to do this time of year than read blogs. So, post a recipe in your comment if you want, or just say something nice. You have until midnight tomorrow. On Wednesday morning I'll choose a winner and post the name here. And I'll post a cookie recipe of my grandmothers. The winner can then email me their shipping address and I'll have the sachet in the mail on my next trip to the post office.
Shop update: Listed as of yesterday are more cute vintage baby things, vintage rick rack, and some very cool vintage jingle bells that I found last summer at a flea market. And buttons—of course! Most are from my last hunting trip and I think I added something to every category.
Don't forget to use the discount code HOLIDAY for 20% off your order total!