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And the Winner of “Making It” Is…

Ashley, over at Life of a Little Woman, lucky number #175, according to my random number generator widget. I’ll be in touch soon for your mailing info.

Thank you so very much to all who participated. I LOVE giving things away! Those of you who know me personally can attest to this. From clothing to housewares, scratch-cooked meals to generous hugs, I love sharing what I’ve got.

4 Responses to And the Winner of “Making It” Is…

  • Ashley says:

    So excited! Thank you so much for the chance to win!

  • Even though I didn't win the book, I did win by finally making my own eyeglass cleaner!

    I had been paying $3.50 for an 8oz bottle of cleaner. I made my own cleaner using a 16oz bottle rubbing alcohol ($1) and 16oz water (free) with a few drops of dish soap (basically free).

    I got 32oz of homemade eyeglass cleaner for $1. I would have paid$14 for that much at the store!!! And, my homemade cleaner seems to work better!

    Thanks to Ashley English for the motivation to finally get this “small measure”-type project done. :)

    -Crystal from Flint Handmade

  • oh, crystal, that's so awesome! glad to have provided the inspiration!!!

  • Thanks, Ashley!

    I also just got your Canning & Preserving book.

    I am planting my first vegetable garden this year and I am very much looking forward to using the book to help me can some of my bounty. :)

    -Crystal from Flint Handmade