Friday, November 12, 2010

SO Proud To Introduce....


This Giveaway is now CLOSED.  Thanks for playing!  And CONGRATS TO JULIE! :)














...a truly talented young woman.

Her name is Savannah Rand, and she is the owner of "Nannah Bread Knots."

I met Savannah a few months ago, and was completely floored by her talent. Not only can she crochet ANYTHING- but she does it in record speed. After some convincing from Angie and I, Savannah has decided to officially open up shop. And I can't tell you how thrilled I am!

Gone are the days of store-bought hats, mittens, etc.- my kids will now be decked out in one of a kind pieces from "Nannah Bread Knots."

And so could (should!) yours!

Savannah and I are teaming up for something (that we think) is SUPER- no wait- CRAZY SUPER, exciting!

This, my friends, is a give away- and not just for a generic, run of your mill baby hat... but a hat of your choosing. Like neon orange? Go for it- lime green? FO SHO. Whatever you want! :)

That means whatever hat you need for your (or your child's) head, is yours. IF, you enter and win this spectacular give away. :)



You can earn entries to this give away by doing the following:
1. "Like" "Nannah Bread Knots" on facebook.

2. Follow the"Nannah Bread Knots" blog.

3. Follow my blog :)

4. Share this link on your facebook walls...

5. Finally, leave a comment- This is the ONE thing that you HAVE to do to be eligible for the give away! "What kind of comment, you ask?" I am stuck in a book rut (yeah- nothing to do with cute hats...). Give me the name or names of your favorite reads.  


6. When you leave a comment, be SURE to let me know that you've also "followed" on facebook,  and both blogs, as well as shared this link- that will earn you 5- count 'em FIVE entries.

On Tuesday (11/16) I will shut down the drawing, and announce the winner, who will be drawn randomly.

The lucky chica (or chico...?:) will be contacted by the sweet Miss Savannah herself, to talk about designing the perfect hat for you (or your babe, child, toddler, etc.) Your hat should be shipped out by the end of next week. (that's how fast this chick is!) Speaking of shipping, don't hesitate to enter- even if you live in timbuktu (or whatever that place is called)... "Nannah Bread Knots" wants to reach all corners of this beautiful world :)

So really, what are you waiting for? Follow, "LIKE" , comment and cross your fingers!

GAME ON!

***and seriously- excuse the pictures- Maeve was in a nutso mood ;)

24 comments:

HeatherHoskins said...

OK... one of favorite reads is... Dear John... I know, I know, you can just watch the movie... but I enjoyed the book as well. I "like" and became a follower of you and Nannah Bread Knots! Those are so ADORABLE hats! LOVE em'!

HeatherHoskins said...

and shared on FB! :)

Russ and Karen Gaston said...

Ok, so I'm not much of a reader...who has the time, really?! But, one book (because I'm assuming that gossip magazines don't count - ha!)that has had an impact on us is Dave Ramsey's "Total Money Make Over." Its a super easy read and motivaitonal to get your finances back on track! With student loans, a house, cars, etc anyone whether you make 10K - 100K per year can benefit from this book.

I'm a follower of both of your blogs and can't get over those beautiful hats! May just have to order one or two for our munchkin!

sextonangie said...

Ok Ash, one of my favorite books of all time is Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers. I am just finishing up with it and I can't begin to tell you what an impact that book as made on me. It is thick but it is so good. I also enjoyed the Last Song, A Time to Remember, and A Time to Embrace (those two are by Karen Kingsbury). I could list more but I would go on and on.

Jodie said...

Ok, book? I am a twigeak. True. Obsessed. Other than that, She's Come Undone by Wally Lamb or Summer Sisters by Judy Blume.

I already follow ur blog...:)
I followed Nannah's
I friended Nannah's
Posted Link....

I'm done!

Cam and Elisa said...

welp, I love the Harry Potter books. Cam and I are both big fans! Love to read all kinds of books though.

As for what I just did to win a cool new hat :)....I followed both blogs, put up the link on fb, and wrote a comment :)

Love the hats, BUT even more love the cowls, thanks for sharing!

k and j said...

cuuute hat! can't like on FB but i am a follower on your blog, of course :) book i am currently readin is called the emotion code. CHECK IT OUT. pretty interesting!!

The Gray's said...

i think i did everything...lol

followed Nannah on facebook
added Nannah Bread Knots to my blog..
already follow your blog...
posted your link to the FB profile.

and my favorite books are from emily griffin...read them all now...

http://www.emilygiffin.com/books.php

Lyndsay said...

got all the things on your check list done! I'm not one to sit down and read (I tend to fall asleep easily) but the one series that actually kept me reading was the Twilight series. Yes, I know...very teen-ish but it brought me back to that first love feeling :)

Allison said...

Okay I think I have it all complete!:) I had to enlist in some outside help on how to "follow" and post a link. Yeah, I'm pretty smart when it comes to this computer stuff:) I definitely want to place an order! thanks for the info!
I haven't had anytime to read this fall however, I was able to do some reading over the summer and if you like mystery/suspense I highly recommend any Lisa Jackson. I read "Deep Freeze" and "Malice". Both very good!!

Sarah said...

Love love Love those hats!!! Did the check list now for a book .... I like strange books lol .... one thing I do is read the first two pages of a book before I buy it ... if it keeps me interested I buy it! Lol.... I do LOVE Niicholas Sparks! An interesting different read is a million little pieces!!

Sarah

Halley Hooten said...

Hey ashley :) I did what you said , or atleast I think I did, I hope this shows up on your blog lol. But anywho I like weird books :) James Frey is pretty good and I like Nicholas sparks, there complete opposites but that's what's fun about it :) loveeeeee the hats ! I really hope she does well with it :).

deverna2004 said...

Ashley-- adding my two cents here and then going to 'like' nannah bread knots!

i just finished reading "the godmother" it was REALLY good.. really really really good-- I can't think of the author, but googling it should turn it up. also, anything by emily giffin or jill mansell! :)

Jessy Schoch said...

Okay, follow, follow and liked :) Books I'm reading, ha what a joke..whatever the kids have me reading at the moment!! Let's see a little Magic tree house with the H, and of course some American Girl with Livy, Liv!!

Hats are too cute, thinking Max needs one, and wonder if she could make the Harrison classic winter hat..the mohawk :)

Ashlee said...

Nina and I are great friends and went through high school together! I always knew she was creative :) my favorite author is Nora Roberts I think all of her books are great! I'm following both blogs and liked nannah bread knots on fb!

gigi kennedy said...

gorgeous hats! & good reads? definitely "the guernsey literary & potato peel pie society" love love LOVED that book. & i just finished "sarah's key" which was pretty good too. thanks for the giveaway!

gigi
gigikennedy@yahoo.com

gigi kennedy said...

& i'm gonna like you
officially :) on facebook

gigi kennedy said...

& ok, now i'm a blog follower.
happy monday!

Manda Williams said...

Okay so sadly right now I am reading "The Mouse and The Motorcycle" with Samuel. Does that count? I have the "Mini-Shopaholic" on my to read list though.. I LOVE The Shopaholic books -- go figure huh? :)

Emily said...

OK welllll I tried following both your blogs and hers and it wouldn't let me so I personally think I should still be eligible for those drawings. I will keep trying though. I added her on facebook and now I am commenting :)

I am currently reading a Jodi Picoult book called Picture Perfect. It's pretty good. Maybe I'll let you borrow it sometime along with the other one (House Rules) which was really good too. :)

Angie B said...

i dont have a fav book per say but i read christian romantic fiction :) i follow u and nannah bread knots.

Christina said...

Hello! I just found your blog today and I'm just so glad! I also read about the giveaway you guys are doing soooo...I'm now your follower, I'm following Nannah Bread knots on facebook and on blogger, shared your link on my fb and as for your question: I just completed Pillars of the Earth and it was amazing. I have a thing for losing myself in books and this one totally did it for me. It was amazing, especially if you enjoy historical fiction and more epic pieces. I'm also enjoying the one I am currently reading, it's called Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. More amazing, historical stuff...but with a twist, as it does include some time travel romance ;)

Erika said...

I'm a follower of your blog!!

Leslie Collins said...

okay, my fave read...a thousand splendid suns. it will make you so thankful to be an american citizen.

i friended nannahs, already friends with you and i am following you. :)