The gardens are dwindling, the air is cooling, and the glasses of iced tea will soon be replaced with hot mugs of cider. Here at Rhythm of the Home, we are more than ready to embrace the changes that come with this new season.
We are so excited to see the 2011 Autumn edition now live. There are over 50 incredible projects, articles, recipes and crafts to enjoy during this beautiful season, and we hope that you will grab that cup of cider and something yummy, and enjoy every bit of it.
In honor of the new launch, we are once again hosting a huge giveaway from many of our contributing authors. Below you will find the collection of giveaway items that are available. To enter, leave a comment with your preference and join us on our Facebook Page, and we will announce the winners on Monday, September 5th.
Crystal is offering 6 sheets of 19.75 x 27.5 ” waxed kite paper (because the kitesin her tutorial can also be made with paper), a 30″ x 36″ piece of recycled tablecloth, 2 pre-cut 1/4″ dowels, and some yarn/string so that a reader can get started assembling their own kites.
Renee is offering a cloth diapering package : consisting of 4 covers and one dozen prefolds in the size of the winner’s choice.
Gwen is offering beautiful and festive Martinmas Bunting! Made of 100% Holland wool felt in the rich colors of Autumn. Handcrafted with love and care.
Chris is kindly offering a Autumn Tomten Set: instead of milk in his bowl he has found an acorn! Wood Tomten in autumn colors, wood acorn, and wood bowl. All painted with non-toxic watercolors and sealed up with natural beeswax polish. Not intended for children under 3.
Valarie is happy to offer one copy of her book The Fox Diaries: The Year the Foxes Came to our Garden and a $25 gift certificate to Powell’s bookstore good for both online and at any Powell’s store.
Melody is offering a Fairy Treasure gift bag: including a needle felted wool bag with twizzle handle, a stamped “bug” wooden coin, a rainbow glass jewel, a silk fairy friend, a fairy letter and envelope (blank inside), a silk parachute (it’s used in this picture as a background).
Laura is offering one reader THREE patterns from her Etsy Store where she and her sister share detailed and easy to follow patterns and tutorials that are specific to sewing, crocheting and knitting for babies and small children.
Lynn is offering a dozen painted leaves so a reader can easily create their own Tree of Thanksgiving.
Nicole is offering a blank set of wood gnomes.
Margaret is sharing a vintage porcelain Bunnykins (Royal Doulton) drinking mug.
Nicole is sharing a gorgeous acorn necklace like the ones in her tutorial.
Julia is offering supplies to make your own painted wooden Pilgrims and Indians for use in your own Stone Soup Wooden Playset.
Good luck, and thank you for your continued support of Rhythm of the Home.