And the winners are….

June 6, 2011

Thank you all for your wonderful response this edition of Rhythm of The Home.  It has been so wonderful.

Below,  you will find the winner’s name and their quote from their comment listed underneath each of the items below in red type.


Elizabeth is kindly offering a 13 moon calendar.

Lisa C.

Would love the Herbal Roots Zine or the 13 Moon Calendar. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

Jennifer Tan is sharing her Ebook “Aromatherapy for Parent, Child and Home


What a super giveaway, and so hard to choose;however, I would love to be the recipient of Jennifer Tan’s Aromatherapy… book.

Margaret Bloom is offering a darling nest and eggs pin cushion.


Wow, thanks everyone for such an exciting opportunity. Everything looks just lovely. For me, Margaret Bloom’s nest and egg pin cushion is extra-ordinary. Thank for all your great efforts. Katie x

Laura Hooker is offering THREE patterns from her Etsy Store, reader’s choice of either Waldorf doll patterns, sewing, knitting, or crochet.


I’d love to win the one of the three patterns from Laura Hooker. They look so lovely.

Kristie is sharing a membership in ONE “Herb’n Kids” class as well as a free e-book & video set: Herbs for Kids E-book AND Video.


Herbs and Kids would be my first choice followed up by Aromotherapy for Child and Home. What a great group of prizes. Really tough to choose!

Melissa is sharing a brand new set of ORKA icepop molds.


The new edition is lovely! We’d use the ice pop molds all the time – have been wanting a set for ages.

Sherene is offering a homemade scented massage oil.


What a wonderful giveaway. Thanks for all the wonderful info. I like the homemade massage oil.

Julia Daby is offering reader’s choice of any one of her simplistically rendered watercolor paintings from her Etsy store.


Thank you for the great giveaway. I have fallen in love with Julia Daby’s paintings. Off to read the new edition…

Stephanie is kindly sharing a session of parenting education/counseling via Skype from her site.


Amazing Ladies – again – as always. Thanks for this wonderful magazine.
Could I be considered for the counselling session from Stephanie please?

Thank you for all your hard work.

Laura is offering 2 sweet little needle felted toys (a dog and a cat).


I love the felted cat and dog by Laura. They are adorable and beautifully crafted. I would offer them a loving home with two little girls to look after them.

Erin is offering a beautiful bolga basket.


That bolga basket looks beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway and the great resources!

Nichole is sharing two books, one called Keeping Chickens by Ashley English and the other is The Growing Story by Ruth Krauss.


A great-looking issue and an incredibly generous and rich giveaway! I’d love the set of two books because we can never have enough of those around the house, and I simply love Helen Oxenbury (and can dream of the day when I’ll be able to have chickens…). Thank you!

Kate is offering a darling needlefelted fairy.


That needled felted fairy is so beautiful – I would love to give her a home!

Kristine is sharing a 3-month subscription (june, july, august 2011) to her zine.


they are all such wonderful giveaways! I would love to win Kristine’s Herbal Roots zine! My children have wanted it for a while.

Shannon is offering a spot in her e-course, “Inside Out: A Creative Adventure of Self-Discovery.”


Honestly, these are all AMAZING giveaways! Inside Out would be great for me though, as I’m in a life transition period from working part-time to being home full-time. Yay!

Lucy is sharing a copy of the current issue of JUNO magazine which she edits for.

6512 and growing

I’d love to check out the Juno magazine.

Erin is offering a free phone consultation for anyone interested in nature-based homeschooling or just bringing more nature and mindfulness into their experiences with their children from her blog.


Love the basket, the ice pop molds, and also the phone consultation from Erin about getting nature into my kids’ lives more.

Susan is donating a copy of her book Handmade Books For A Healthy Planet.


What beautiful treats! I would live to have the copy of Handmade books for a Healthy Planet – I could ue it with my boys this summer, and my students next year.

Jules is sharing a 12 month membership spot in her Virtual Cookery School class “Solve Your Dinner Dilemma [fresh ideas].”


I love it all! One that that stands out is Solve Your Dinner Dilemma by Jules…I have been thinking about that one already!

Lynn is kindly offering a beanbag stars with ribbon streamers.


I like the icepop molds, felted cat/dog, star w/streamers and the basket…how can I decide what I like best?
I’m so excited to dive into this new edition! Thank you!


If you are a winner, you will be receiving a confirmation email in the next day or so.

Thank you to everyone who took part in the giveaway.

Heather, Bernadette and Julia.

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heidi margit June 6, 2011 at 4:46 am

What a feast for all you winners! And thanks to the rhythm of the home bloggers for all your effort!

Danielle June 6, 2011 at 9:28 am

Oh, thank you for the star! My son has been talking about shooting stars so this will be so great!

Tara June 7, 2011 at 12:38 am

Thank you for the Inside Out e-course! I can’t wait to get creative and bring clarity and intention to my new journey.

MzTallulah June 7, 2011 at 1:45 am

I’m thrilled to have been picked, thank you ever so much!

Kristin Lambert June 13, 2011 at 9:29 pm

Thank you so much! I am so excited to hang one of Julia Daby’s watercolors. I feel so peaceful when I look at them. :)

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