Monday, February 9, 2009

Reusable Pad Giveaway!

I am hosting my first Giveaway!
The winner will recieve a free reusable pad! The pad will be for Heavy days made with 100% cotton flannel, fleece, PUL-leakproof barrier, with wings and a snap.
In order to win, you must take the poll and leave a comment explaining why you love reusable pads, it doesn't have to be a long answer.
My Almost 3 yr. old daughter will randomly select winner by drawing a name from ...something,how about a ...box. lol
To get your name into the box more than once, you can:
-refer a friend and make sure your friend mentions your name!
-Follow me!
-Post about my Give Away in your Blog!
Please leave an extra comment for each extra time you get your name in the box!

Check out my store to see the pads I already have, but I will be adding more designs!
http://www.lillyshaystyle.etsy.com/

GOOD LUCK EVERYONE!

39 comments:

  1. Hi:)
    I actually just heard about reusuable pads on etsy(new to etsy!) so I haven't used them before but would definately like to try them out!

    Your ants in the pants themed one is funny!

    Great giveaway:)
    Sincerely,
    Marie Isabella

    http://marieisabella.etsy.com

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  2. I have never tried them, but I would absolutely love to. If you see my Etsy shop, you will know why I love to do things that save our planet and our children s future. Thanks for the chance!!!
    -10oneworld on Etsy

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  3. I have seen these on etsy and they are very popular. I am very curious of how well they work.
    keep up the good work
    http://jujulee.etsy.com

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  4. I voted and would love to win con5459(at)gmail(dot)com . I have been getting these for my daughter and you loves them no more pad garbage pollution for her.

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  5. I've been wearing reusable panty liners for a long time now and love them, Haven't tried the pads yet but would like to.

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  6. I love them because they are "green" and who doesn't love saving the planet??

    Thanks for the chance to win!

    ~Michele~
    craftychick101@gmail.com

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  7. i would love to try them. i havent yet because of the upfront cost and the worry about them not working...but we have been using cloth diapers since the birth of my daughter and i see how great those are. cloth pads seem like the next logical step.

    elkesten at yahoo dot com

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  8. I took the poll :) I've never used them but I've been wanting to! It would be great to use them instead of disposible, even though they're not *too* expensive to buy. That's one less thing in the landfill, right? :)

    Tiffany
    raspberrykitty at aol
    http://www.allthatblooms.net

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  9. I am now also following your blog :)

    Tiffany
    raspberrykitty at aol
    http://www.allthatblooms.net

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  10. I'd like to try it! They are green... what else could I want????

    cal_rubies(at)yahoo(dot)es

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  11. I never use but I'd like to try it :) I think they are better for the planet

    My favourite is this one "Valentines Day, Love Reusable Heavy Menstrual Cloth Pads and FREE Surprise Soap for a Limited Time" it's beautiful!! :)

    meninheira at gmail dot es

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  12. I have never tried them before but it seems like it would be very good for the environment. Also they're so pretty! :)

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  13. I have never tried these before but would really like to have the chance...
    Thank you so much!

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  14. I've only ever tried reusable pads on super light days. I'd like to try out a heavy days pad. The best part about reusable pads is that they are easy on the environment and the wallet. They are also surprisingly comfy.

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  15. This would be something to keep in the emergency storage.

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  16. I use them all the time. Safer, more comfortable, eco friendly and best of all.. They come in super cute prints.. LOL

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  17. Hi! Your items are just beautiful. I can see my little grandaughter Makenzie, 2yrs old, in those cute socks now! I am also going to follow your blog. I am brand new to etsy and to blogging. My husband and I are lampwork artists. Hopefully I can find the link to follow your blog. I'm figuring it all out as I go along.Thanks!

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  18. Hello again! I am following your blog and the reusable pad is a wonderful idea. Just thinking how comfortable it would feel. My main reason for using it would be to help support a fellow artisan! Handmade all the way!

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  19. Hi, I'm following you now and about the reusable pad I want to use because it's environmental friendly and it saves money a lot.

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  20. I love cloth pads because they're so much more comfortable than disposables! I'm really excited about this giveaway because the pads in your shop are so cute! If I win, please contact me by sending a message to fireaphid on Etsy. (-: Thanks for running this contest!

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  21. I've never tried these, but I am intrigued...I am gradually going green in all areas of life, so this is one area I need to explore.

    thanks for hosting this giveaway!

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  22. i've been using cloth pads for almost a year. i love them and will never go back to disposable. Would love to win this to add to my mamacloth stash! They are addictive, like cloth diapers. :)

    i didn't see any in your shop...but the elf haT hoodies are adorable!!

    enchantedtree(at)hotmail.com

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  23. i am a follower now!

    i like the frog pad the best, but the ants in your pants is hysterical! Not sure how i missed those the first time. lol.

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  24. I have never used premade cloth pads but I do use cloth when it's that time of the month. I read a book about how to use rags, etc but I have never used ones like these! They are so pretty too! What a great giveaway!

    kayceewilliams at gmail dot com

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  25. I am new to your blog but I signed up to follow you!

    kayceewilliams at gmail dot com

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  26. I am always trying to find greener products for my kids that I forget to look for myself. I am sad I have never heard of these before. Would love to try them!
    amy_881@yahoo.com

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  27. I love the idea of using fewer disposable pads and more reusable resources!

    rachel.dapp@gmail.com

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  28. I've actually not had my period for over 2 years (due to being pregnant and nursing), but I'd LOVE LOVE LOVE to try reusable pads once I am finished nursing. I've never tried them before, but I've heard a lot of people comment that they are 100% more comfy, so I think I'd love that part the best (and the fact that they'd be cheaper in the end too!)

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  29. I've never even seen these in the store, but would love to try.

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  30. I used to use reusable pads, but have not for years. I would love to get back into it because of reasons of cost savings and also for the environment.

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  31. Thanks for the comments everyone! Tomorrow is the last day and Monday I will announce the winner, best of luck to everyone!

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  32. I haven't used them but have been wanting to try them. Much better for the enviroment.

    mdhohn(at)msn(dot)com

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  33. i've never used them before but it would be a smart choice to switxh

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  34. I use reusable pads and I LOVE them because:
    1. I itch and burn when I use the paper ones (kotex, brands like that)
    2. When you use reusable pads, you don't get horrible chemicals in your body, the same chemicals that give you Endometriosis!
    3. It is better for the environment because you don't leave 3 billion pads a year in landfills! (Every 200 counts!!)

    Thanks!

    -Tatiana
    12 years old

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  35. Oh, and I have been using reusable pads for over 2 years now!!

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  36. I like this blog! It stands out from all the others in this search criteria! I know a great blog when I see it. Thanks for the great information on the subject. The web needs more blogs like this one. Thanks again, and Happy Halloween!
    Tech Blog

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