Friday, 29 November 2013

The Dharma Door Giveaway.. - CLOSED

Earlier this year I stumbled across some amazing wrapping paper from The Dharma Door while shopping at one of my favourite Brisbane stores, Biome. I loved it so much I've used it for everything from wallpaper to vignette backgrounds and greeting cards.  I was so happy to find The Dharma Door, a Fair Trade homewares company foundered by Shannon Speedy, based in the beautiful Byron Bay hinterland. I truly admire Shannon's aim 'to bring the highest quality designer Fair Trade homewares to an audience that values contemporary design' and I'm so delighted to support her beautiful philosophy.
 
As an early Christmas treat, Shannon has been kind enough to give one lucky Her Library Adventures reader the chance to win a beautifully crafted hessian sack with gorgeous sari and pom pom details (valued at $79.00).  This sack would be just perfect for storing craft projects, toys and all kinds of treasures. 

 

For your chance to win:
Leave a comment and let me know how you'd use this hessian sack in your home.
 (I know I'd use it to stash my crochet projects in!)
Bonus entries:
1. Follow The Dharma Door on Facebook
2. Follow The Dharma Door on Instagram 
Please leave a separate comment for each additional entry.
 
The giveaway is open to everyone worldwide
Entries close at 11:59pm the 6th of December Australian time. 
A winner will be drawn at random on Saturday the 7th of December.  

Good Luck!
Much Love
xxx

EDIT: This Giveaway is now closed.  Congratulations to Amanda K, the lucky winner of this giveaway.





76 comments:

  1. I love this sack so much. I would use it for storing little treasures such as letters & daily life artifacts. Thank you for hosting this giveaway.

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  2. What a lovely giveaway. I too would use this to store my crochet projects, that way I might actually get to spend more time making them, rather than finding where my children have put each piece!

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  3. What an excellent giveaway thank you :) I would add it to my wrapping station and put my rolls of paper in

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  4. I love supporting Fair Trade. I would store my little man's toys in it. Practical whilst gorgeous to look at in the living room

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  5. Dharma Door rocks! as does Fair Trade. I've been a fan since I bought a book bag years ago. I think I'd store my knitting projects in a beautiful spot next to a bookshelf in the lounge room. Liked on FB and instagram as well! Thanks Nat

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  6. How gorgeous. I would use it at school. Book of the day bag or prize bag...possibilities are endless :)

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  7. Fb following :) (I'm unknow above, hopefully I now have a name!)

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  8. The hessian sack is stunning. I'd use it to hold all my vintage sheet off-cuts, ready for my next patchwork quilt.
    x

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  9. okay I would stash my crochet in this too! Man this would be beautiful next to my couch lol. thanks for the chance

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  10. i'd use it to stash my wool, definitely x

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  11. Definitely for storing some of my pretty yarns! :)

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  12. Also: wool storage. Really beautiful!

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  13. And a facebook fan I am! Wish I'd live in the area to stop by there personally.

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  14. oh fun! It is very lovely...I would store my yarn in it too! And I know where I would keep it in the lounge too ;)

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  15. And I started following Dharma door on Instagram too

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  16. I would use the sack to store my little ones handmade toys. What a beautiful way to display them.
    I absolutely love biome too. My favourite shop.

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  17. I follow dharma door on Instagram!

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  18. I have now followed Dharma door on Instagram!

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  19. I also now follow them on Facebook!

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  20. I would store my half projects in this. They would look lovely and stay in one place.

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  21. I would use this gorgeous sack in my bedroom to hold all my incense, aromatherapy oils, my lavender heat pack, all my lovely scented treasures that don't have a real home at the moment.
    I follow on facebook, instagram, twitter, pinterest and google friend connect.

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  22. I follow dharma door on Instagram!

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  23. I follow dharma door on Facebook!

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  24. And I would def. utilize this beautiful bag to carry my current cross-stitching project in!

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  25. I really admire this and would love it to keep my EPP hexies in till I have enough for a quilt
    Erica

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  26. Great giveaway. I'd use it in Tullys nursery he is about to turn one. We're moving him in soon to his own room such a special time.

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  27. This is absolutely beautiful. I can see this piece being used for many purposes for many years to come! For now, I would use it for yarn and knitting needles. Thank you for sharing!

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  28. Wow..
    Great giveaway / contest.
    I hope I can have similar giveaway like this too.
    Hope everyone enjoy it. Good luck.

    Regards,
    Ardamus

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  29. Hi Sophie, what a beautiful giveaway! I think it would move between my baby daughters room for her treasures and my knitting..

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  30. I would use it to put all my little dogs toys in :)

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  31. Following on Facebook, now of to check out the shop :)

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  32. I would give this to my mother and she, then, would use it to carry her many books!

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  33. I would use it for yarn storage.
    sweetiesuzy@aol.com

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  34. One year two Dharma Door jute baskets arrived just in time for me to load up with Christmas presents under the Christmas tree to prevent my year old son from getting into them despite the Christmas tree being surrounded by a play pen. After Christmas they were put to work for their intended use...but now there is another little boy and the Christmas presents will soon be pilling up. So for me it would begin as one defence layer of Christmas present protection! Then it might find it's way to being a scrap fabric basket. I was so enamoured with a friends scrap fabric wicker basket she pulled out at a craft night at her house. They were calling to be used because they were so nicely presented!

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  35. I'm a facebook follower too. It could get a run of being used as the mending pile basket even though the mending pile should never become a pile!!

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  36. And an instagram follower too. This sack would also be great as a party prop for keeping together bits and pieces for the games and activities.

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  37. Would look great in my kitchen with my bread loaves and rolls in it!

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  38. I have just started to learn to knit and I have some beautiful wool and bamboo knitting needles so I would store all of that in here - it really is just beautiful and would sit in the lounge room for all to see :)

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  39. I follow the Dharma Door on facebook also :)

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  40. I have the most delicate and beautiful lingerie I have collected over the years, I would love to store them in your Hessian sack.

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  41. I follow The Dharma Door on instagram

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  42. Lovely! I'd use it for storing craft projects too.

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  43. I follow the Dharma Door on Instagram too

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  44. What a beautiful giveaway! You can't go wrong with hessian and pom poms! I would definitely use this to store some of my 'just in case' crafty supplies. Thank-you Sophie. Melinda x

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  45. I follow The Dharma Door on facebook too :)

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  46. I would use it for my towel laundry!

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  47. I would use it to stow some of my yarn stash :)

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  48. I follow on Facebook: Judy Thomas

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  49. I follow on instagram: jude2101

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  50. I would put chrissy presents in it. Gorgeous.
    Love your blog.
    Thank you x

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  51. I like this Hessian Sack and I think it will be great to store my Christmas handmade stuff in it. :)

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  52. A hidey hole for my kitty to jump in instead of having old cartons strewn everywhere.

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  53. A hidey hole for my kitty to jump in instead of having old cartons strewn everywhere.

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  54. I would give it to my wife, she like bag`s like this very much. I know she would love it.

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  55. I'm a student so, I would like to use it as my tuition bag since there's only a few books to carry and it's a trouble to carry it with just hands. It looks so lovely too !

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  56. I would use it for yarn

    Anna

    anna_k67@yahoo.com

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  57. I would use it to put all my crafty things so I can find them!!

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  58. I think I'd probably use it to store craft supplies. So cute!

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  59. I love your blog :)
    I'd use this bag to look hip at the grocery store! :D

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  60. This would be great for storing the lego my girls are getting for Christmas.

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  61. Following The Dharma Door on Facebook

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  62. This sack would be perfect for all the merino fleeces I have waiting to be spun into wool....it would look lovely while I procrastinate...spinning is fun but time consuming

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Thank you for stopping by! ~ I just love receiving your comments! I'll be sure to pop by your place too. Much love ~ Sophie x