Monday, January 24, 2011

Woollypocket - Super Fab and my first giveaway!

I spoke at the AmericasMart last weekend and as a vote of confidence I received a lovely package in the mail from Woollypocket! This might be the cutest thing EVER. Basically is a felt (which is so hot right now) planter with a waterproof liner. They have 3 versions, the Meadow, the Island, and the Wally. The lovely people at Woollypocket sent me one brown Wally and one peacock island, her name is Tina. I will make every attempt to plant something in them and not kill it, but my track record is not so good. I stopped by their booth at market to check them out and these things are so stinking cute I couldn't stand it. They were so gracious and gave me a second Tina to give away. So here is the exciting part, this will be my very first giveaway! Post a comment and tell me what you would plant in your Tina and I will pick a winner! The drawing will be on February 1st when I will announce the winner!



This is Tina in Peacock Blue, she is up for grabs! What would you plant?



In a perfect world, this is what mine will look like--which means I might be taking it to have it done.


This is Wally, how cute is he!

9 comments:

Yummy Scrumptious said...

Seriously? No one wants a Tina? I guess I will just have to plant both of mine!

Anonymous said...

I would plant a perrenial with my daughter and teach her about caring for a plant.

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Marci J said...

I'd plant an herb - maybe parsley!
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Emily Amy Gallery said...

How cute is that!! I love felt right now too. I think I would plant some sort of cacti so I wouldn't kill it by forgetting to water--which sometimes happens to me! Absolutely love it.

Yummy Scrumptious said...

Good ideas, good ideas! I love the idea of planting herbs or something that won't die like a cactus. Teaching a child about plants and the environment tugs on my heart strings. Keep the ideas coming! 4 more days!

Lissette said...

I would give it to my grandmother, she can plant ANYTHING!! she has the patience, speaks to them, and she's been known to weep if they die..oh grandma. ;)

dianel said...

It looks like the perfect place for a salad garden, some lettuce greens, a few scallions and cherry tomatoes.

colleen said...

I just bought an awesome orchid, I think I would plant it in the wollypocket to give it some pop!

Capella Kincheloe Interior Design said...

I would plant mint for my cocktails come summer!