Giveaway Day 18: "Pears and Whales" Shopping Tote

by Lisa on May 18th, 2009



Day 18:

I refuse to shop without reusable grocery bags. Plastic grocery bags are so…1981. I have quite a collection of reusable totes and bags built up and would LOVE to add this one to my collection. Instead, one of you will get that honor.

This bag comes courtesy of Etsy store Earth Cadets and is called “Pears and Whales.” Get it? I LOVE this design. And I love it a little bit more each and every time I look at the bag.

The winner of this giveaway will win Pears and Whales. I’m already jealous of you. This bag is made of recycled organic materials and is hand screen printed with the original design.

Grocery shopping will never again be the same – I promise.

The Fine Print:
Entries will ONLY be accepted by completing the Google Form below. No entries will be accepted via the comment form. This will help keep things organized and fair.

You can have 5 total entries for this giveaway:

  • 1 entry just for completing this form.
  • 1 entry for being a follower of this blog.
  • 1 entry in EVERY giveaway that you enter for posting just one entry on your blog about 31 Days of Giveaways sometime during the month of May.
  • 1 entry for posting my blog button on your own site.
  • 1 entry for sharing which item from the Earth Cadets shop you would most like to own.

Aside from posting the name provided to me by the winner of each giveaway, as well as the winner’s website’s address (if you so choose), no information you give me will be shared or published anywhere. You will not be put onto any email lists. Pinky swear.

Entries will be accepted from the U.S. and Canada only, please.

This giveaway will open at 12:01 a.m. CDT on May 18, 2009. Entries will be accepted until 11:59 p.m. CDT on May 21, 2009. A winner will be announced on May 22, 2009.

2 Responses

  1. Sharon says:

    I have been collecting the free bags so I don’t have to use plastic anymore. I bought two small ones at Walmart for .50 cents each.
    I don’t have enough yet, so I make sure to use my bags at Kroger where I get .75 cents off my total for having my own reusable bags!

  2. Ryan Ashley Scott says:

    All the bags at her site are beautiful!