Thursday, February 9, 2012

Heart Warming Contest!

Check these out!

They are hand warmers made out of old wool sweaters (most are my sweaters!). My mom makes them and sells them and they are awesome! They're filled with rice and lavendar, and all you have to do is microwave them for 30 seconds and ta-da! Instant hand warmers that smell so good!

I use them when writing to keep my hands warm between thoughts or when I'm walking the dog.

I've been getting such a good response with my survey that I thought I'd give two sets of these away. What do you think? Sound good? Okay!

The enter is simple.

Just follow my blog and then fill out this form with the character that warms your heart the most in a YA book.

My pick would be Cricket from Lola and the Boy Next Door...dang, I'm still dreaming about that boy!

What about you???


Roxie said...

Those hearts are brilliant. think I'll whip up a bunch for my knitting buddies! thanks ever so!

Kristan Hoffman said...

Oh how clever! Your mom is so crafty -- and not in the Disney villain way. ;P

Thanks for the giveaway! Cricket is an awesome choice. I thought "AWW" as soon as I read his name. But I had to go with another character... Hint: bread. ;)

Ashley @ Book Labyrinth said...

Thanks for the giveaway -- these are so cute!! I might have to try and make some myself.

Tina Moss said...

They are adorable. I, unfortunately, am allergic to wool. But, I think this is a great idea for a giveaway!

Kerri Cuev said...

Those hearts are adorable! Very creative. I make square ones out of regular fabric. They make great gifts.

Alison Miller said...

Awesome giveaway! Thanks!

Hopping over from the campaign! Nice to meet you!

Rebekah Loper said...

oooh, those are some cute handwarmers!

I'd totally enter the giveaway . . . if I could even remember the last time I read a YA book. I have quite a few on my 'to read' list in the next few weeks, but haven't read any for a while.

I guess I'll just have to make some of those handwarmers!

I wonder if I could use loose leaf tea to scent them instead of lavendar *ponders the possibilities*

Rachel Morgan said...

That's such a cool idea! I definitely need something like that in winter...