National Craft Month: Day Twenty-Nine Winner

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There are only 2 days left until National Craft Month comes to an end! Hopefully you have been keeping up with all of our exciting projects and giveaways this month, and perhaps some of you have been lucky winners! This celebration isn’t over until March officially ends, so check out today’s Project of the Day, comment on the blog post, like us and the company’s page on Facebook, and enter to win one of our final prizes.

 

Blogger Heather Mann from Dollar Store Crafts brought some style to day 29 with her fabulous Tiny Granny Square Necklace. Plus, there was a very special prize offered! Today we’ll find out who the lucky new owner of  an assortment of Tulip fabric paint, fabric markers, stencils, and paint brushes is.

 

Congratulations to…

Elena T.

We asked: “What materials do you use to make jewelry?”

Congratulations Elena, who replied, “All kinds of beads, fireline, nymo, wire and more!” Thank you for participating and liking AllFreeJewelryMaking on Facebook. Please contact us so we can send you your prize!”

Remember, there’s a new project and a new prize TODAY, so enter for your chance to win. You don’t want to miss out on your chance to check out the Project of the Day, and win our next fabulous prize!

Happy National Craft Month and good luck everyone.

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