Blog Giveaway from Deconstruct the Girl: Vinyl Record Ice-Skater Tote from Flightless Bird Design

I love how social media has this great way to connect people that might not otherwise have connected. I also love how you can end up finding great designers and artists that you may never have seen if not for outlets such as twitter and Facebook. I had the good fortune of stumbling upon the darling etsy shop Flightless Bird Designs by Amanda Marucut. Amanda is a college student who started her shop on the side as an outlet for some of her artistic ambitions. All the listings of jewelry or accessories are designed and hand-crafted by Amanda. Her designs have such lovely whimsical quality to them. I definitely recommend taking a look! And the best part is that I get to do a blog giveaway from Amanda's store.

I will be giving away to one lucky reader the below Vinyl Record Ice-Skater Canvas Tote (see details below). It is Amanda's original artwork, combining two of her favorite things - music and ice skating. It also has the "Flightless Bird" logo on the back that is the same as the font on her shop's logo.

Whether for yourself or as a gift for someone special, Amanda's shop of jewelry and hand-crafted accessories will put a smile on your and others faces.  And special for my readers, if you enter the code "DTG10" you will get 10% all of Amanda's shop's items!

 

  I will randomly choose a winner using Random.org on Thursday, October 4, 2012 to the lovely Vinyl Record Ice-Skater Canvas Tote.

For Extra Entries:

1.) Follow Deconstruct the Girl on twitter (@deconstructgirl), then leave another comment right here telling me you did.

2.) "Like" Deconstruct the Girl's Facebook page, then comment again to tell me here

 

3.) Follow Flightless Bird Design on twitter ( @amandafayem ), then comment again to tell me here

4.) RT something to the effect "I want to win @deconstructgirl giveaway from @amandafayem", then comment again to tell me here

 
 

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