7.8.08

a milestone | a giveaway

I'm excited! This is my 50th post - a milestone of sorts - and I thought I would celebrate it with my very first giveaway. Hurrah!!

A question that has been playing on my mind recently is how I would like to further expand my range. I have way too many ideas and I just don't know where to go first! So...I thought I would throw the idea out into the blog realm and see what everyone else thinks.


To be in the draw to win this lovely hand-drawn pair of earrings please leave a comment with this post in response to my ponderings - what new item/accessory would you like to see in the Moyou range??

I will draw a winner (at random) on Thursday August 14 - a week from now. The draw will take place at 12pm (midday) Australian EST.
Good luck! :)

8 comments:

alixandrrraaa said...

charms to go on bracelets would be grand!!

your things are so beautiful!!

Erin said...

Hi Amy!

I don't know how realistic it is, but I'd love to see a (non-leather) cuff of some sorts. Something a little thicker/bigger than a bracelet?

Otherwise, I'd be interested to see what you could do in the way of hair accessories :o)

You're so creative - keep up the good work!!!

~Erin

kirsten said...

a brooch, a brooch, a brooch!

i think your designs would translate perfectly, too.

congrats on your 50th and best of luck with the next 50.

kirstenxx

Michelle said...

Hi! I've just found you through Canberra's Got Style! I love your Etsy store.

I'm a big fan of brooches ... so, a minature version of your wall block art as a brooch would be beautiful!

Cianni said...

For your fabrics - Various sized little bags for all the little things we treasure. Jewelery, coins and so on.


For everything else - Business card/Credit card pockets in any material but with your beautiful designs.

I would love it all.

Jo said...

I read a lot so I'd love to see what you could do with bookmarks :)

styler said...

I would love to see you make some clutch purses. i think your fabric would suit! congratulations on the 50 posts. Great to see a felow Canberran doing so well.

Nichole said...

I saw some fabulous rings made from shrink plastic on etsy, but actually i think your designs would translate well into bracelets or wrist cuffs.
Or perhaps you could find a way of combining the fabric and the acrylic. Maybe a fabric wrist cuff with an acrylic 'buckle'.
:-)
LOVE the wheat toy! Beat my plain old rectangle!