Friday, 9 April 2010

MANILLA MADE Give Away Competition!

Today's give-away is your chance to win x8 greetings cards.
They are hand made by me from recycled card and decorated using vintage and found fabrics and papers. You will win exact cards shown in pictures below.





For your chance to win please comment on this post leaving your name and email address and answering the following question:

***Does a products "eco credentials" effect your decision when purchasing?***

Closing date is Saturday 17th April 2010 at 12:00pm GMT.
The winner will be picked at random and announched on Monday 19th April.

17 comments:

Bluebells & Violets said...

Of course Helen!!! How about designing a quilt for me to make out of vintage material?

Luv chris xxx

Helena - A Diary of Lovely said...

I try too but not always unfortunately, lovely cards helen. Thanks!

Megan: said...

Absolutely! Anything that I can do that says I support our environment. Love the cards!

Cassie said...

these are beautiful!

cassie.l.smirz@gmail.com

very married said...

ms(dot)verymarried(at)gmail(dot)com

Actually, I just bought some $4 eggs because they were cage free chickens!

Elaine said...

Not right now...only because I don't have enough money to buy eco-friendly products! I wish I did!

elainehearn@live.com
clothed much, a modest fashion blog

Colleen said...

Yes and no. I try to purchase products I feel good about (from companies that employ sustainable practices) but it doesn't always work out. Sometimes budget trumps values.

morancoll AT gmail DOT com

julia said...

I definitely focus my shopping on second hand for housewares, clothing, and craft materials. And everything that does need to be bought at retail, I try to choose the more sustainable item whenever I can afford it.

sugareaterATgmailDOTcom

Nupur said...

Yes, the eco-credentials matter a lot to me because I try to make better environmental choices every day. I like it when products are fairly traded so growers can make a living, organic so it safer for the environment and the people growing it, and "upcycled", making the best out of waste.

nupur.kittur AT gmail DOT com

Shannon said...

You make beautiful paper crafts! I love those cards! I think that a company's eco credentials do matter. I try to choose eco friendly products when I can, but I'm not 100%, so it's not a guarantee I will buy from that company, but I think it's always a big bonus.

waterchic83@yahoo.com

Domestic Diva said...

Yes, I try to buy green whenever I can.

lcg842 said...

To answer the question:

YES! I love products that are truly eco-friendly, not just stating they are "green" or eco-friendly in an attempt to "greenwash" or persuade consumers into buying the products.

Thanks,

Lisa
lcg842@comcast.net

missavene said...

It absolutely effects my decision, I would much rather buy a handmade dress made from re-purposed fabric, then something off the rack at say walmart.... ugh!

I would love to win your beautiful re-purposed art :)

missavene(at)gmail(dot)com

JenniferB said...

Yes, it does- I love vintage!
ejxd95@gmail.com

Emily Taylor said...

I'm not sure if that phrase spills into organic, but I know that I'm more aware of the food I put in my and family's mouths, and baby items. To be honest, there are so many new terms for being green, I sometimes get lost.

nordstromemily(at)hotmail(dot)com

DEBIJOT said...

Yes, whenever possible.

lcg842 said...

I recycle as much as I can.

I love recycled cards! These look so amazing!

Thanks,

Lisa
lcg842@comcast.net