Good Morning dear ones! So I love Etsy, and that is no secret. I am such a big supporter of ladies that use their hands to make things and sell them. I think this is a beautiful picture of a Proverbs 31 woman and so I seek to support these small business whenever I have the opportunity. Awhile back Jenna contacting me about this giveaway of a tote bag she found on none other than Etsy. I was happy to buy into the giveaway because I love Jenna and I love handmade. AND...this tote bag is just darling and I would love to have it. So here you go friends, we are giving one tote bag away!
Have I got a treat for you! I'm partnering with 3 of my very favorite bloggers to give this adorable Rouge and Whimsy polka dot and leather tote to one of you lucky readers! This handmade bag is extremely cute, durable, and unique. The seller makes them to order and each one is a little different. I'm in love with the buttery soft caramel-colored leather and the sweet-as-can-be dots. It makes me happy just looking at it.
This giveaway is run via rafflecopter. All entries will be verified, so please play by the rules! The winner must claim their prize within 48 hours of being emailed, or a new winner will be chosen. I'm so sorry international friends, but this giveaway is only open to those living in the US. Good luck!
Don't forget to send me any questions you may have for my Q&A video I will be putting together for next week! I want to hear from all of you! :) Submit your questions here.
Also, meet one of my sponsors this month, Lorriane of This Pilgrim's Progress. Lorraine writes the most insightful and spiritually encouraging posts. It is easy to see her love for the Lord and the Gospel after just a few minutes on her space.
What is your favorite breakfast item?
I love a good English Banger, or more commonly known as an sausage.
Describe yourself in 3 words.
Introverted, Unstable, Quirky
What is one thing you have learning this month?
Truly loving and learning that it's worth dealing with sin, and intentionally putting it to death systematically. Was recently challenged to deal with my fear of rejection I've been struggling with that I did not feel it was a big deal as I could not see that it manifested itself in anyway. However, the more I've asked the Holy Spirit to convict me and show me the root of the issue and how the gospel speaks in to it, I've found so much freedom from being freed from its bondage.