Monkey Fleece Blanket Giveaway

Welcome to the CraftShowCase Giveaway

This giveaway is brought to you by CraftShowCase

The giveaway is hosted by Couponing With Integrity and Giveaway Gator.

Co-hosted by Mommy Lesson Plans and Pea of Sweetness

This post was written by Giveaway Gator and Couponing With Intergrity:

There are so many things to see at Craft Shows, such talent all in one place. What I do not love are the throngs of people that are crowding me to see the same thing. Now, thanks to, I can browse and buy from the comfort of our home.

Of course, when you shop at, keep in mind you are not shopping from the shelves of Walmart, for example, where you can pluck 5 of the same items from the shelf and off you go. features products from artisans, whose items are handmade with care and quantities may be limited. If you like an item, I suggest grabbing it, because it may be gone the next day.

As an added bonus, is offering a $5 credit when you sign up.

About: CraftShowCase

Value of CraftShowCase to Sellers
Crafters everywhere . . . CraftShowCase makes it affordable for you to sell your crafts. Aren’t you tired of paying for a booth at a craft show and struggling to make a profit by the end of the day? Plus, let’s face it. You can only be in one place at a time. When you’re at your booth all day, only a limited number of shoppers pass by to see the items that you’ve worked so hard to create. That’s not the best use of your time and energy. Instead, you can set up your booth for a fraction of the cost on CraftShowCase and continuously reach shoppers all over the world.


If you are artsy craftsy and you would like to consider selling you crafts you may sign up to have Craftshowcase help sell your wares. Craftshowcase Seller Agreement

Craftshowcase was kind enough to give us a fleece blanket similar to the one they are giving away. Our blanket has bold splotches in primary colors that suits a young boy well. Our son Regan was very happy with the blanket because he needed one for cold winter nights. Usually on cold winter nights the family gathers on the couches with blankets and hot cocoa to snuggle together but Regan is getting to old to snuggle so having his own blanket is a must for him apparently. He is becoming a small man and snuggling is for babies and girls now. :-0




About the giveaway:

  • This giveaway Begins 12:01am on 09/15/2012 09/29/2012
  • You must be a US resident 18 years old or older to be eligible
  • All entries will be verified.
  • Winners will be notified via email and will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be selected.
  • Please read the disclosure at the bottom of the post.

About the prize:

Winner will receive a gender neutral fleece tie blanket, approximately 50″ x 50″ with a monkey design on it.

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Disclosure: This giveaway is open to entrants 18 years of age or older, except where prohibited by law. US residents only. No purchase is necessary to enter. The odds of winning are based on the number of entries received. To qualify to win, you must complete, at minimum, one entry on the Rafflecopter form. The winner will be randomly chosen by Rafflecopter. Winners will be notified by email from Giveaway Gator. Winners will have 72 hours to respond or risk forfeiting their prize. Prize may re-awarded solely by the Sponsor’s discretion. Prize fulfillment is the sole responsibility of the sponsor. This blog may not be held liable for Sponsors who do not fulfill prize shipments. Giveaway Gator received one product equal to the price but was not compensated monetarily for this post. Owners at Giveaway Gator reserve the right to publicly publish winners’ names. By entering this giveaway, you are agreeing to these terms and conditions. Baby Costcutters is not responsible for shipping the prize


  1. Laura Miller says

    I have NOT considered making and selling items…I’m pretty much talentless! I will stick to purchasing and winning! :)

  2. Lisa B. says

    I have considered making crafts and have done a little buy painting ceramics and ChristmasBalls. Thanks for doing the giveaway.

  3. Carolyn Ann Colley (Griffith, Smith) says

    I crochet all the time, but have never sold any, I’ve always given them to family & friends for gifts. I just made my first hat a couple of weeks ago, my sister was diagnosed with cancer, it turned out pretty good to be my first one.

  4. Jennifer (Jen) Boehme says

    Yes, I am going to make dog bandanas that slide on the collar. There is not enough out there, I am having a hard time finding some that are not an arm and a leg to buy.

  5. Cheryl Chervitz says

    I have thought about selling handmade items, but I can never get motivated enough to do it. I crochet and cross stitch.

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