November {Happy Bundle} Giveaway

Happy Election Day!

October was crazy busy for me, sewing samples for Robert Kaufman / Quilt Market. I ended up not having the time to properly get my October Happy Bundle giveaway together and thus October’s bundle turned into November’s bundle.

I thought that today would be a fun day to offer up a giveaway … to take your mind off the “big” stuff going on and just have a little happy.

I hope this month’s bundle proves worth the wait! The theme/color palette was built around a lovely print from one of this month’s sponsors, Paper and Palette. I loved the water colored ombre leaves outlining the words. It’s classic fall colors with the current ombre trend. I followed suit with the items I picked up to add to the bundle.

{This bundle is put together by me with my own funds (with the exception of any sponsored items listed) and will be shipped by me to one very happy you!} 

Let’s take a closer look at what you could win::

Thank You cards {set of 10} & my favorite new Sharpie pen / Neon polka dot ombre {knee high} socks / Striped {touch screen friendly} mittens / Peanut Butter M&M’s

This month’s bundle features TWO wonderful sponsors::

8×10 Something Wonderful print
{from sponsor, Paper and Palette}

Bobby Pin Ombre Rosette {set of 4}
{from sponsor, Domestic Doozie}

Next week I’ll share more about these two wonderful shops.

Giveaway ends Sunday, November 11 / Winner will be announced on Monday, November 12.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

**If you’re interested in sponsoring a future Happy Bundle Giveaway, please send me an e-mail for more information. I’m currently booked through the end of the year, but am happy to schedule you for an exciting 2013.** 


  1. Early voting for me – no line.

  2. I’m heading off to vote before I go to work this morning. The polls are much less busy early in the day. Be especially blessed, Kathy

  3. fun November goodies!

  4. I did not vote yet… polls are not quite open in the midwest!

  5. Anonymous says:

    I have not voted yet -either….polls aren’t open. But I will!
    Francine W

  6. I voted last month on the first day of early voting – had to wait 20 minutes. But worth it. Thanks for the giveaway.

  7. I voted early. It took about 30 minutes. Thanks for the thoughtful giveaway.

  8. I’m in the UK so no voting here!

  9. early voted, walked right up! no wait

  10. I’ll vote after I get my school kid off to school. I usually don’t have to wait in line.

  11. Yes I voted. There were about 20 people ahead of me in line, but it didn’t take long at all.

  12. I haven’t voted yet. I will do that on my way to town. Usually don’t have to wait. There are only about 500 people in my township and about 100 filed absentee ballots so I can usually just walk right in.

  13. Haven’t voted yet and hoping I don’t have to wait too long!

  14. I voted early voting this year

  15. I am on my way to vote in a few minutes. Hoping for not too long of a wait!

  16. i am walking over with the kids mid morning to vote… hopefully between morning worker and lunch time voting rush.

    love love love this bundle… so colorful and pretty!!!

  17. I will vote after work and hopefully the line is not too long.

  18. I am voting at lunch! It’s usually not that crazy where I get to vote. Super cute bundle!

  19. Yes. I live in a small town – I didn’t have to wait.

  20. Yes. I live in a small town – I didn’t have to wait.

  21. You even included PB M&M’s! You know this is for me! :)

    I haven’t voted yet but I’m going to! We did an election unit study so the kids are excited to go too! Hopefully the line isn’t too long!

  22. I voted and didn’t take long at all. Thanks for the giveaway….cute items!

  23. Haven’t voted yet! Headed there this afternoon after work =)

  24. my 5 year old wants to go with me so we’ll be heading off to vote after preschool! thanks

  25. Anonymous says:

    I have not voted. Eeek! Laura S

  26. no voting in the UK!

  27. no voting in the UK!

  28. I voted, my ward had no wait the one next door had a 25 minute wait. It was about half am hour after voting had opened.

  29. I’m voting this afternoon after I pick up the kids from school so they can go with me. Then we’ll be standing roadside to wave and hold signs for our dear friend running for sheriff. My kids are learning young about civic responsibility and standing up for what you believe in. :)

  30. Voted early last week…less than 5 minute wait! Thanks for the sweet giveaway :o)

  31. I mailed in my vote a month ago, so no wait for me :)

  32. i didnt have to wait at all, which was WONDERFUL considering i had a 4 year old and two 2.5 year olds tagging along.

  33. Voted early, no wait! The ONLY way to fly!!!

  34. Voted by mail last week.

  35. I voted! WA is a mail-in-only state. No lines :)

  36. Sandy says:

    I voted absentee so no lines. Thanks for the giveaway and have a great week!

  37. I was with the early voting crowd…so no wait :-) Thanks!!!

  38. I did not vote. We moved to a new state, and are still claiming residency in our old state. we were unable to.

  39. I did vote. . . three weeks ago! WA is a vote-by-mail state, so I got that covered a long time ago. 😀

  40. I voted last week, no line at all. It took longer for me to fill out my new form since moving, than it did to actually vote. I will always early vote if I can.

  41. I voted early – absentee ballot :)

  42. i voted and only had to wait about five minutes.

  43. I voted and I just dropped of my waiting at all.

  44. yes…20 minutes;)

  45. I did vote and did not have to wait – went after the lunch “rush” and walked right up and did my civic duty! thank you!

  46. I voted absentee so no wait for me!

  47. I voted…no lines

  48. Voted and no wait

  49. Yes and only about 10 minutes!

  50. I voted and no wait at all.

  51. I did vote darlin’ and proud that it worked out. I did not have to wait. We are small and rural, know everybody and they know everything about us! No secrets in small town America, but gah, I love it and couldn’t stand the thought of living anywhere else but the country near a small town! I SO LOVE this giveaway. Please pick me. The orange and black are my old high school colors and those socks just rock!!! Did someone say a “63” yo grannie can’t be hip?

  52. You bet I voted! I also took part in calling people to get out the vote and it was really encouraging to hear how enthusiastic people were about voting, how they already had plans to vote or had their mail-ins ready or wanted to get the information I had about where to early vote.

    I live in Oregon where all voting is mail-in voting, so there is no wait. I always take our ballots down to the little library and drop them in the ballot box, just to get that “I voted” feeling.

  53. My voting location is at my boys’ school. I was able to vote before I volunteered in both classrooms.

    Orange is my favorite color for everything. Such a fun happy bundle!

  54. I voted and there was no wait. The joys of living in a small town.

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