Friday, April 30, 2010

::Giveaway:: Shopper Tote


WoW! How I have enjoyed reading all your creative entries. 
I definitely think you all should be part of the Petunia bags naming team!
I am happy to announce the winner for the shopper tote is.......
The Schoonvelds!!
Please message me via Facebook with your address and the shopper tote will be on its way!
Congratulations!!!
Thanks everyone for participating!

Want a shopper tote for your next trip to the grocery store? Wanna be Green and stay Fabulous?
This could be yours!
Comment below with the most creative pattern name for a PPB.
A winner will be chosen randomly by random.org.
Deadline to enter is noon EST on May 6, 2010!
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40 comments:

  1. Sunflowers in Saskatchewan...

    It would be a brown base colour with a beautiful embroidered gold sunflower and pale green vines covering it :)

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  2. Seaside at Sunset- blues, yellows, whites in a surfy pattern.

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  3. Bashful in Brussels, and for a cake bag..Rhubarb Crisp (pale pinks and greens) :o)

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  4. San Francisco fog....
    Wouldn't it be great if ppb had a travel line?! they could call it Travel Bug and use all the classic names..India Ink, Misty Shaghai and maybe some of ours :)

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  5. Sauntering along the Saone. The Saone River (there should be a little hat accent mark over the "o") runs through Lyon, France, and meets up with the Rhone River on the outskirts of the city to become just the Rhone. I know they've done "Rhone Blooms", but it doesn't look French to me at all! (I'm French and American--spent 14 years of my life in France...and yes, I miss it! ;)
    OR "Summer along the Saone" and it would be a lush and lighter green print, with some midnight navy blue and lavender accents! Or a dark navy with apple green accents and a touch of pink....Mmmmm...sounds wonderful. :) If I was thinking of the city in winter though, it would be a gray bag with red accents. :) Ok, I'm done now--Viv, you have gotten me totally dreamy and carried away now! LOL!

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  6. Oh! I just thought of another!! I REALLY LIKE this one..."Brioche on Bellecour" If you visit Lyon, you'd know exactly what I mean! You can sit and have a brioche pastry--maybe the kind with chocolate inside...or almond cream--and coffee at a sidewalk cafe by the big city center square called Bellecour--it has a big statue in the center, and lush trees all around it...a huge patch of blue sky, and there are little fountains and pools to one side where kids can sail toy boats in summer. Sigh....I get to go there in June! So excited!! My grandparents haven't met their great-grandkids yet! Yay! Ok, I'm getting carried away again! ;)

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  7. Deborah, can you please take me with you to see all those gorgeous dreamy places? Why do I have to live in the South?

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  8. You know I want mine to be cake! Plum pudding cake or plum tart! And we need a navy too, so maybe a Maine blueberry cake? Or maybe Açai ...

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  9. Deborah, so jealous! I spent 2 weeks in Lyon, while studying French literature and small businesses. I would love to go back to La Place Bellecour!!!
    My new pattern would be Leisurely Les Bois. My hometown of Boise, Idaho came from "the trees/woods" in French so it would be something in lush shades of green, maybe with some tree silhouettes like Trotting in Tiergartern, with some blue snaking through it to represent the river that runs through town. Maybe some small white syringa, the state flower, dotting it.

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  10. Lavender Fields! or Maui Sunset! Got Maui on the brain since we leave in 5 days! You girls are way more creative than I!

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  11. For the plumb Cale, I suggested Sugarplum :)

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  12. Perusing in Portland!! (it's actually me, Aija)

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  13. Purple Mariposa (my daughter loves butterflies)

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  14. Well, we know the plum cake is coming, and that would be my ideal bag.

    If I had to think of a second, then I think they should make "Clamming in Connecticut" with little sea creatures on it! LOL

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  15. Frolicking in Florence or Romantic in Rome

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  16. I couldnt think of one so i asked my husband and he said Rubarb Cake...i think it is cause he wants me to make Rubarb pie and he knows i want a pinkish cake... lol A Cranberry Cake would also be really pretty... a really pretty deep color

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  17. How about...Strawberry ShortCAKE!! :) Another pink or red cake line.

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  18. Sunset in Sedona or Sedona Sunset

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  19. Stormy in Seattle, with a gray, gold and blue print - perfect for fall and winter!

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  20. WoW, Misty Morning! I'd adore another gray bag by PPB. Thanks Sara!

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  21. Cinnamon Spice Cake

    Gotta have more cake!

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  22. Honey, you can carry mine.

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  23. Mademoiselle Blush.
    Pastel pink, gray pattern with black accent!

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  24. Navigating through Napa...a deep merlot colored bag (in glazed fabric) with a vine pattern all over in a golen yellow with golden yellow embrodiery and a few bunches of grapes embrodiered (sort of how the trotting in tiergaren only has those few bluw birds).

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  25. Oh my gosh, thank you!!! I never win ANYTHING!!!

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