Thursday, 11 October 2012

Lullaby Creations - Personalised Santa Sack Giveaway!

This giveaway has ended! Congratulations to Narelle Rock! Thank-you to all those who entered and thanks to Lullaby Creations for such a fantastic giveaway!

**The winner was chosen using random.org and a screenshot saved.


I love representing small businesses and I’ve been lucky enough to work with Renee at Lullaby Creations.



Lullaby Creations provides gorgeous, handmade d├ęcor for a child’s room or nursery, including coordinating sets like this:

Love the uniqueness of her products!


Renee has a child with a disability and found herself in a position where she needed to earn an income that allowed her the flexibility to be at home and care for her little one. She is clearly a natural talent when it comes to sewing and has also studied Art and Graphic design. She put all of this together to create her business.

I was given the opportunity to try out one of Renee’s favourite current creations – A personalised Santa Sack! (and there’s one to giveaway!) The thing I noticed straight away is the quality of fabric. It seemed so thick and durable. This is not one of those cheap sacks that will wear over time, or rip after a few uses of bulky material. It’s built to last!

 


And Renee tells me it’s not just the sacks that are of high quality. She uses a polyester wadding with all quilts and the wadding is thermally bonded to hold its shape without the use of chemicals and adhesives and treated with Ultra-Fresh for lasting protection against bacteria, dust mites, fungi, mildew and odour. The paint she uses is non toxic and any creatures are double stitched for extra strength and safety. Check out her page for more gorgeous creations. I couldn't do the Santa Sack justice and fill it up but check out how awesome they look!



You can find Renee at the Williamstown Craft Market on the third Sunday of every month and also occasionally at the Gisborne Market in Victoria. You can also of course find her on Facebook as well.

GIVEAWAY TIME!

One lucky person could WIN their own personalised Santa Sack – pictured here. All you need to do is:



1. COMMENT below – Tell us what letter you would have Lullaby Creations put on your sack and don’t forget to include your name and email.


3. SHARE this post on Facebook or Twitter with your friends – By Clicking Share below and either Facebook or Twitter. It helps if you tag us in your entry too.

Too easy! The winner will be someone who has done all of the above and will be randomly chosen! So get entering. Christmas is just around the corner!

Here’s the fine print:
* Entry is open to Australian folk only (sorry!)
* Winner will be posted on School of Mum’s Blog only due to Facebook restrictions.
* One entry per person
* A valid email must be provided in the comment so we can contact you if you are a winner.
* Entries close midnight 24th October, 2012
* Winner has 5 days to respond before another is chosen. 
* The Santa Sack will be posted by Lullaby Creations and is not the responsibility of School of Mum

33 comments:

  1. there are so many clever mums out there, making great stuff! I would get an 'O' for OBrien. And if I felt creative I could turn it into a wreath with some crafty bits

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  2. Wow that does sound creative! How would you do that? I probably should of made it clear that the letter will be put on the sack for you! Better go back and edit that. :-)

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  3. I would need a J on my Santa Sack. It's just wonderful.

    I did all the mandatory.

    marypres(AT)gmail(DOT)com

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  4. Yay a giveaway! Those photos look gorgeous :) im having a giveaway too www.makemeupmandy.com if ur interested :)

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  5. I would love 'C' for a 'Cool Christmas Creation for my darling girl Charity!
    Ying Ying TAN
    tan_ying_ying@hotmail.com

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  6. I would love this for some friends who just had a baby so it will be her 1st Christmas, would love to get it with a R on it!
    shared on Twitter @narellerock
    shared on FB Narelle Rock
    liked both pages on FB
    narellerock@yahoo.com.au

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  7. Wow, what a fantastic giveaway!! I would love a M for my baby Matthew :)
    Shared on FB with tag, Shared on Twitter @AngBoy74 and liked both FB pages. angieboylan12@gmail.com

    Thank you!

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  8. i have tweeted
    https://twitter.com/jjam8094/status/257109483694718977

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  9. shared on facebok
    https://www.facebook.com/JODYLORETTA/posts/482383985115413

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  10. im exspecting a new baby soon this would be great with a b on it please

    i liked Lullaby Creations and School of Mum face book pages
    jjam8094@optusnet.com.au

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  11. I would love an L for my gorgeous little Lukey Chops!

    Monika
    mdlivo@tig.com.au

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  12. The letter L please for Logan this year is his very first christmas , Thank you

    shantell
    shant111@y7mail.com

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  13. Kim maxwell galwayst@hotmail.com13 October 2012 at 16:02

    I would have an A, both my kids start with an A, so they could take turns to use it!

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  14. Kim maxwell galwayst@hotmail.com13 October 2012 at 16:06

    Both liked and shared

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  15. I would get an A for armstrong, that way I could use it for both my girls

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  16. I would love the letter 'J' on this gorgeous Lullaby Creations Santa Sack for my little boy Joshua. :)

    I like School of Mum and Lullaby Creations on Facebook.
    I've shared this giveaway on Facebook.
    Facebook name: Jenny Swift
    Email: jenny_mswift@yahoo.com.au

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  17. R for my husbands name, because he is the one who plays Santa in our family :)

    email admin@stuffwiththing.com

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  18. I would get an "X" for Xavier. This will be my little guys first Christmas. An X also marks the spot for Santa to leave toys.
    Melissa Pompe
    melissapompe@gmail.com

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  19. I'd love a C for my little princess Charlie, now she is walking it would be great to stick with the tradition ogres up with of leaving a sack or presents by the bedroom door and opening them together in bed before we tackle the Christmas tree!! :)
    Bec Dale
    Bec_dale02@hotmail.com

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  20. What gorgeous Santa Sacks! I think an S would be perfect as then I could use it for family presents from Santa.

    I have 'liked' School of Mum and Lullaby Creations on Facebook and shared the giveaway on Facebook.

    Thanks!

    Kim Saunders
    hotsugardesigns@hotmail.com

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  21. Kimberley Belford15 October 2012 at 04:58

    Such a great idea :)
    I would get a "J" for my little man Jack and have to buy one for my daughter with "C" on it for Chloe .

    kbelford1985@hotmail.com

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  22. Kimberley Belford15 October 2012 at 05:00

    Liker of School of Mum on FB :)

    also

    Liker of Lullaby Creations on FB :)

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  23. Kimberley Belford15 October 2012 at 05:01

    Shared on FB

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  24. I would get and 'N' for my little guy Noah - he doesn't have a Santa Sack yet - so this would be perfect!

    I have liked both FB pages

    I have shared on FB and twitter @TBassula :)

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  25. I would get K and give it to my youngest son Kye.
    K could also double up be for Kelly (our surname).
    Santa can come and fill the sack and once new years hits we can use it to store all the Christmas decorations and left over ribbon.

    Absolutely gorgeous santa sack - thanks for the chance to win it.

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    1. Kell Kell
      madmummassweetrandoms@gmail.com

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  26. I 'like' both facebook pages.

    Kell Kelly
    madmummassweetrandoms@gmail.com

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  27. I have shared on facebook.

    Kell Kelly
    madmummassweetrandoms@gmail.com

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  28. What gorgeous sacks! I would get an 'M' for Mason to fill with secret santa presents to give to family and friends or that visit over the holiday season and pop some in for charities too. It also would be great to store some decorations in after wards.
    I like both pages on facebook.
    Shared on twitter too - VirginiaKMason
    Thanks!

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  29. B as that is the letter my son always gets stuck on when saying the alphabet and this would hopefully remind him
    arballantyne@dodo.com.au

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