Thursday, February 5, 2009

Ok, Give Him Crackers Giveaway -- Day Five

This giveaway is now closed. Please see the winners' post for the two winners.

Natalie has been inspiring me lately. She is learning how to make items at home which I just buy at the store and never think twice. She is making her own bread and potato chips(which I am considering trying myself), laundry detergent (which I have sampled and is GREAT!), and bath salts and sugar scrubs (that I have also used and have enjoyed).

She's a modern day Laura Ingalls. Except she drives a car and lives in a home with electricity and running water.

Well, you get the picture.

Natalie has put together two baskets to giveaway. That means there will be TWO winners for this giveaway.

Each basket will have homemade bath salts, sugar scrub, laundry soap and a fresh baked loaf of beer cheese bread which is not pictured, as it will be made fresh once the winners are chose.

Natalie is also graciously offering one refill of bath salts in the scent of your choice to the winners. All you will have to do is send the container back to her and she will refill the container.

To enter, just leave a comment. And of course, please go check out Natalie's blog and check out her great homemade items! Be careful though, she will inspire you!

If you want a second entry, post on your blog about the giveaways this week and come back here and let us know you did. You will receive a second entry for each of the giveaways if you do this.

You don't have to be a blogger to enter, just be sure to include your email address in your post so I can contact you if you win.

This giveaway will close Thursday February 12th. A winner will be posted at that time.

Be sure to come back tomorrow for another giveaway and check out the previous giveaways already posted!

17 comments:

Janelle said...

I've made a sugar scrub before, but I'm not quite so "Laura Ingalls" to do all the rest (so I'd like to win). Although it is so what I aspire to be!

Natalie said...

LMAO Laura Ingalls huh? Never quite thought of myself that way....Maybe I need to try and make myself some cute bonnets to wear! If I could ever get my stinking sewing machine to work. Thanks for the great post!

Carolyn G said...

I just started making bread but I only make two types: French and traditional. I have been dying to make a cheese bread. I also made a pie the other day. It was demented byt tasted good. I am so not Laura Ingalls but I try.

aaensons said...

i would love this since i try to make things myself but it does not work out

Fratzels said...

Wow - a sugar scrub??? I'll probably want to eat it off of me since I am off of sugar right now.

Rebecca said...

awesome!!! i need to learn to be more frugal and make stuff!
i want to win a basket!!!

cpullum said...

Wow count me in! Sound like a blessing!
Carla
cpullum(at)yahoo(dot)com

Jessie said...

OOOOO!!! Pick me! I have been desiring to make my own bread...how in the world do you make your own chips? That's pretty cool. I got a pressure canner for Christmas that I can't wait to use!

Patti said...

Looks wonderfully pampering! What a talented & crafty lady.
Pick me! :-)

MariaJoy said...

Man...I wish I was cool like her! :) Actually...I'm just too lazy! LOL

mariajoy@hotmail.com

cherice said...

All of her stuff looks wonderful! Thanks for the yummy giveaway.

chericehodges@gmail.com

hls1209 said...

This stuff looks awesome!

hls1209@aol.com

janetfaye said...

Please enter me.

Thank you!

janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

Kathleen said...

You have quite a talented group of friends. These are a great idea for gifts, and hopefully Natalie will sell some eventually.

I liked her family portraits...they're a nice looking family.

Tamara B. said...

I really liked her recipe for making Microwave Potato Chips.
tamben7996(at)aol(dot)com

daynagonzalez said...

I have a friend who reminds me of a modern day Laura Ingalls, too. Those women amaze me!

daynagonzalez said...

I posted about your giveaways on Feb 1st and two of my blogging buddies have joined in the fun here with me. :o) (Patti and Alice)