Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Sew Much Detail Giveaway!

 You know the feeling. You're about to walk out the door. Sunglasses, check. Wallet, check. Fully dressed, check. Keys... keys? And then you spend 5 minutes rooting around in the black hole at the bottom of your purse for your keys. No fun.

That was me for months and it was so annoying to hunt down that little bundle of keys. As I was browsing Etsy one day, I found the solution in SewMuchDetail.



Sandee is the owner of this fabulous shop that sells beautiful, bright and funky Keylettes™, lanyards and coasters. They are all sewn from fabrics like Heather Bailey, Amy Butler, Michael Miller. Here are some of my favorite Keylettes™. 








Here's my very own Keylette™. I can't miss it's pops of orange, yellow, pink and green in my purse and it's great for slipping around my wrist when my hands are full.



Don't you just love them?? Sandee has graciously offered for one winner to choose a Keylette™ from her shop. Wanna know how to win? 

1. To win, you must be a follower of AisletoAloha. **Click on the Follow button on the right to become a follower**  Leave a comment on this post.  I want to hear all about the best roadtrip you've ever taken, or a dream road trip!

2. If you blog about the giveaway, come back and leave a second comment/entry. 

3. And if you tweet about it, leave another comment/entry. (And don't forget to follow me!)

So, you can potentially enter up to three times. I'll announce the winner (using random.org) Monday, July 19th.

Good luck, bloggy friends! :)

21 comments:

  1. OK, I'm game! I've been meaning to comment for a while, so this is good incentive! I love reading your posts, Lindsay, and am constantly inspired. I am happy to be a follower of yours and I love this cute giveaway!

    Keep up the great writing!

    -Gettysburg Orientation Leader Katy

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  2. Those are too cute!

    I just posted about our recent road trip on my blog. I just love going to new places and it's fun to pack up the car and go!

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  3. We recently went home to my parents with some friends who had relatives in the same town. It was a great trip!

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  4. I also tweeted it! @eep86
    I really love your blog, it always brightens my day!

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  5. Oh fun!

    I'm already a follower.


    My dream road trip would be to hit most of the states out West (Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, California, Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Arizona, New Mex, and Texas). It'd probably take 6 months to do that though haha!

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  6. i love reading your blog! you have such a sweet personality and i think we would hang out if we lived in the same area:)

    best road trip ever was for our honeymoon. . . we drove from texas to gulf shores!

    already a follower:)

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  7. Love your blog...it's now in my favorites. My dream road trip would be up the Pacific Coast Highway, touring Napa, the Redwoods and any other cool little village I saw along the way.

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  8. we got away for the first time as a married couple over the 4th of july. we went up to wisconsin for a wife carry race, stayed overnight at a b&b in spring green and toured frank Lloyd wright's home. it was so relaxing. i just blogged about it too!

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  9. i'd really like to win! i just RT your giveaway tweet.

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  10. okay, third time is the charm. i posted about the giveaway too!

    http://alliferg.blogspot.com/2010/07/participating-in-my-first-blogger-world.html

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  11. Love the lime green one! Pick me... Pick me! ; )

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  12. Best Road trip was with 6 of 7 kids across country to Colorado. Through Pa, visit with family in Ohio, Up St. Lewis Arch, past lots of cornfields,...lots of books, games and stories by Dad and not one DVD player in sight!

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  13. My favorite roadtrip was to the sanddunes in florence, OR as a high school graduation trip with my girlfriend Loralei. We were so free and on our own!

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  14. I have loved reading your blog and been following it since the first post I read... back on your honeymoon road trip. :-)

    My fav road trip was our 3 week cross country trip, during that trip we made our quest to visit every US National Park in our married life!

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  15. Fun, fun! I love these. And, I need a new lanyard because I'm still rocking an Old Navy one from highschool--that was over 10 years ago!

    My favorite road trip was one in college on a whim that my then boyfriend {now husband} and best friend took to Nashville. It was so fun to get away with two of my favorite people!

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  16. I'm a follower, and the best road trip of my life was a few weeks ago... from San Diego to Norfolk! We went through Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, Loiusiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, and finally Virginia! When we go back in a few weeks, we're headed through Tennessee, Missouri, Oklahoma, Colorado, Nevada and into California! I can't wait to scrapbook our rock and roll lifestyle jounrey!

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  17. Oh, I tweeted about it and will be blogging later :) How very pretty! I CAN NEVER FIND MY KEYS!

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  18. following!

    best roadtrip. Boston to Jacksonville North Carolina :) Me and my husband were married on March 13 in Boston. We didn't get to go on a honeymoon (thank you USMC!) but we did get to roadtrip back down to Jacksonville. It was the perfect time to talk about our amazing wedding :)

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  19. Blogged about you, the shop, and the amazing keylette!

    http://homewifey.blogspot.com/2010/07/babe-have-you-seen-my-keys.html

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  20. I'm a new follower - I found you through The Young Retiree. I've taken tons of road trips with my mom. My best was one we took 3 years ago - an 8,000 mile giant LOOP of the country, starting in Atlanta. It was really awesome!

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