Note: This post has been edited to include the winners of each item of the giveaway. You will find the winner’s name and their quote from their comment listed underneath each of the items below.
If you are a winner, you will be receiving a confirmation email in the next day or so.
Thank you all for your wonderful reception that you have shown to this edition of Rhythm of The Home. It has been so wonderful.
As winter closes in, the desire to hibernate belongs not only to the animals who bundle up in caves and underground, it belongs to families and little ones looking for inspiring ways to spend the next few months of chill. A warm pair of legwarmers, a hot mug of tea, a craft to keep little hands happy. It is with this in mind that we present this issue of Rhythm of The Home. Not only is it our most craft filled edition to date, but each article, recipe, and interview was picked to inspire a time of love, of family and of warmth. Ways to nourish ourselves and the ones that we love as Winter takes a hold of each of our families. There is sure to be something for everyone.
Today also marks the beginning of the second year as a publication for Rhythm of the Home. And we are so happy to share this milestone with our readers. In celebration of this, we are so excited to share a wonderful giveaway with all of you! Each of the following items are lovingly donated by a contributing writer of the Rhythm of the Home Winter 2010 edition.
Chris from mamaroots is kindly offering a Frost Story Set. included is Father Frost, Frost Spirit, and a Frost Journal to enjoy creating some stories this winter.
“Thank you for this wonderful blog and resource! My choice would have to be the mamaroots frost story set.”
Josie from Bread and Buttons is offering a set of adorable hair ties from her shop.
“Oo, please put me in for the hair ties. My 4 year old has long hair and new pretties might be just what we need to get her excited about keeping her hair neat and tidy.
I just subscribed to the blog — can’t believe I hadn’t done that already!”
“What a hard choice but the felted cowl is lovely.”
“I would love, love, love a 1 year subscription to herbalrootszine!”
“the frost story set or the ebook about slippers, but the prizes are actually all quite amazing !!!”
“My children LOVE music…the Music Together family CD is bound to be beautiful!”
“I am loving the little wiener dog pattern and the wooden figurines. What great prizes.”
Mandy is offering one of her Peace to You fine art prints from her shop.
“What an amazing giveaway! Now to choose…
Hard to narrow it down, but I would have to say I’d most like either the Herbal Roots zine or Mandy’s Peace to You print, or….so pretty much anything!
“I would love to win the “Waldorf at Home” audio series. As a brand-new homeschooler, this would be really helpful! Thanks for the giveaway!”
Andrea is offering a blank book/journal and a copy of her zine, GEMINI Issue #10 Mother, Nature.
“Oh wow. Everything is so wonderful! I think I would like the journal, but don’t let that keep you from giving me a different prize!”
Valarie is kind to offer a real St. Lucia crown with led lights, a tin of ginger wishing cookies, a beautiful book about Lucia.
Ren Lady of the arts
“Great giveaways- I would love to win them ALL- I love Valeries giveaway for the St. Lucia package of treats.”
Nicola is kindly offering a set of two washable, reusable snack sacks with a Velcro closure and lined in water resistant nylon.
“Ooh, I’m very torn between the snack sacks and the bath tea set. Lovely giveaways!”
Sherene is offering a basket with a jar of homemade sleepy time bath tea and tea bags.
“Such amazing offerings! I think i would choose the sleepytime bath tea and tea bags. This seems so soothing and beautiful! I do subscribe to the blog, and i think i already like on facebook, but i will double-check and make sure. Thanks!”
Erin from Tiny twist creative is offering a set of little wooden figures from her wood shop.
“What a lovely lovely giveaway with everything. I would feel blessed to win any of the above, but i adore the ones Erin from Tiny twist creative is offering a set of little wooden figures from her wood shop. with love and light !”
Lindsey from WillowLuna is offering a set of two place-mats & napkins with child-themed fabrics
“I would really love the placemats and napkins, but I would be just as happy with the hair ties or any of the music CDs. They are all such great items…so hard to choose!”
Ella from Lifeologia is offering a original 16 x 16″ fabric banner print with a beautiful Magnolia photograph with a quote “be thankful for the beauty around you”.
“I love the “be thankful for the beauty around you” banner. It is beautiful and I know exactly where I would hang it.”
Ellen is offering this adorable Gnome doll from her shop.
“What beautiful gifts! I love that little gnome:)”
Kendra from By Hand at Home is offering a woolly mistletoe for hanging and kissing.
“I’ve just discovered your magazine and blog, and subscribed to the blog! Lots of lovely things here.There are so many things I’d love to receive but I think my favourite is the wooly mistletoe (or the placemats, snack bags or lullaby CD…).”
Cari is offering her newest CD called Winter. It is based after her Waldorf Parent and child Music class.
“I would love the winter cd. There can never be enough music in the home!”
Kristie is offering a free temperament consultation and copy of the book The Temperaments and the Adult-Child Relationship.
“I choose the a free temperament consultation and copy of the book The Temperaments and the Adult-Child Relationship.
Since by baby was born (14 month ago) i’m very seeking way to have a more pacefull life. inding your work was a very important part of it. Thanks.”
For a SECOND chance to win, just mention the new Edition in a post on your own blog.
See it’s simple.
We will announce the winners on Monday morning right here on the Blog.
Now, please enjoy perusing the pages of the Winter Issue.
Heather, Bernadette and Julia.