Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Twig and Vine: Fluff-a-Rump featured member and giveaway

Shop link: http://www.etsy.com/shop/TwigandVine
Facebook link: http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/pages/Twig-and-Vine-Cloth-Diapers/63756576560


Getting to know Twig and Vine:

What got you started in selling items in your Etsy shop? I love the Etsy community! I would buy handmade items for gifts, etc. on Etsy and I thought "Why not?". :)
What is one piece of advice you wish someone would have told you when you started cloth diapering?
The smell
What is your favorite thing to do when you’re not sewing/working for your shop?
Crochet or read.
What is your current favorite item in your shop, and why?
My wool wraps because they are cute, simple and breathable! 
What is your favorite material to work with?
Wool or hemp
How long has your shop been open?
2 years this March, YAY!
Personal bio:
I am a mother to 2 boys, Elliot (5) and Ira (2). I started Twig & Vine in March of 2008 and feel very lucky to have a full time job from home! I have a part-time job as well and if you ask me how I do it, I don't know!
I've always had a lot of nervous energy. I discovered working with my hands (sewing, crocheting, etc.) was not only a creative outlet but also a necessary one! I find it very cathartic. My biggest fear is getting arthritis in my hands when I get older. LOL OK, well maybe not my BIGGEST fear but it's definitely up there.
Mostly, I just try to enjoy my life as it comes and live simply. :)

Fluff-a-Rump Giveaway details! (Giveaway closed)
(Drawing to be held April 14th, 9pm PDT)  
Open to USA and Canada
 








This week, Amy from Twig and Vine is offering one winner their choice between a size SMALL sherpa fitted diaper OR a set of organic cotton/bamboo nursing pads! The sherpa is made of 82% cotton 8% polyester and has a triple layered quick dry soaker.


Required entry:
-Visit Twig and Vine's website; come back here and leave a comment with something you learned or found interesting.


Additional optional entries (leave a separate comment for EACH of the following that apply) (be sure that you are signed in or leave a way to contact you in each comment):  

- Mark Twig and Vine's shop as an Etsy favorite
- Follow Twig and Vine on Facebook 
- Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team blog publicly
- Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team on Facebook
- Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team on Twitter
- Tweet about the fluff-a-rump giveaways (limit one per day)  - be sure to use @etsyclothdiaper in your tweet


A random blog comment number will be selected using random.org. The winner has 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen. You MUST comment on this blog post to be entered, and have contact info in your profile. Each entry entry must be its own comment. If you combine entries into one comment, it will only count as one entry. Winning entries will be validated, and you MUST do the required entry to have any additional entries be valid. Must be 18 years or older to enter. Thank you for entering!


Check back in 2 weeks for another Fluff-a-Rump on Hump Day featured Etsy shop and Giveaway! 

72 comments:

  1. I learned that they also offer cloth diaper starter packages, as well as cloth wipes!

    heatherandscott030709 at gmail dot com

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  2. Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team blog publicly

    heatherandscott030709 at gmail dot com

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  3. I was surprised to learnt that they have their own brand of Twig & Vine all natural cloth diaper detergent.
    bcarroll9494@yahoo.com

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  4. I follow T&V on FAcebook
    bcarroll9494@yahoo.com

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  5. I follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper Team on Facebook
    bcarroll9494@yahoo.com

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  6. I just visited their website and I would have never thought of using a liner in my diaper pail... I'll have to make one of those to fit down in there. lol (I probably just made myself sound super dumb)
    carolinagirl586@aol.com

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  7. Just added them as a favorite on etsy
    carolinagirl586@aol.com

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  8. I follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper Team blog Publicly
    carolinagirl586@aol.com

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  9. I follow the etsy cloth diaper team on FB
    carolinagirl586@aol.com

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  10. Learned that they stand by their products and offer a full refund or exchange, even on used products for up to 4 weeks after purchasing! Nice!
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  11. Marked their shop as an Etsy favorite (MSUMOMTO2)
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  12. Follow Twig and Vine on Facebook (debbie s. g.)
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  13. I follow your blog publicly
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  14. I'm a fan of yours on Facebook (Debbie S. G.)
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  15. Follow Etsy Cloth Diaper team on Twitter @MSU_MOM_TO_2
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  16. Tweeted!
    http://twitter.com/MSU_MOM_TO_2/status/11781997305
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  17. I became a fan on FaceBook of Twig and Vine Cloth Diapers! Sami (SabbyDavis@aol.com)

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  18. I Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team blog publicly! Sami (SabbyDavis@aol.com)

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  19. I Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team on facebook too! Sami (SabbyDavis@aol.com)

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  20. I learned that if you are breastfeeding exclusively, you can just toss the dirty diapers in the diaper pail until laundry day. Neat! Sami
    (SabbyDavis@aol.com)

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  21. I learned that wool will stay try and not smell, looks like a great cover, i just wonder how hot it gets.

    jillianortiz at rocketmail.com

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  22. I learned that you shouldn't wash more than 2 dozen diapers at a time. I don't think I've ever reached that many but it's good to know!

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  23. I added this shop as an etsy favorite.

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  24. Daily Tweet!
    http://twitter.com/MSU_MOM_TO_2/status/11838946666
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  25. Tweet!
    http://twitter.com/MSU_MOM_TO_2/status/11907617039
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  26. Daily Tweet
    http://twitter.com/MSU_MOM_TO_2/status/11946954042
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  27. I am new to this Cloth Diapering and I learned a lot of new things I got to get in your 101.
    I also follow on Facebook
    cortney_mae00@yahoo.com

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  28. I didn't know wool covers had to be lanolized for water proofing.

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  29. Daily Tweet!
    http://twitter.com/MSU_MOM_TO_2/status/12040418981
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  30. I read about how to care for wool -- I don't own any wool yet because I'm not quite sure what to do -- so now I have it marked as a favorite for when I venture there.

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  31. I marked Twig and Vine's shop as an Etsy favorite

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  32. I Follow Twig and Vine on Facebook

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  33. I Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team blog publicly

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  34. I Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team on Facebook

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  35. I Follow the Etsy Cloth Diaper team on Twitter

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  36. Daily Tweet!
    http://twitter.com/MSU_MOM_TO_2/status/12108644045
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  37. they are going to have new products soon: Merino Wool Crossover Nursing Bras and Tank Tops!

    tamipearson at gmail dot com

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  38. i follow in gfc

    tamipearson at gmail dot com

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  39. i added twig and vine as a favorite in my etsy :)

    tamipearson at gmail dot com

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  40. I learned they have their own brand of Twig & Vine all natural cloth diaper detergent.=)

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  41. I follow you on twitter! (katrinawelch)

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  42. I learned that they offer a full refund or exchange on their product (even used!) up to 4 weeks after purchase. AWESOME!!!
    glass.stephanie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  43. I follow Etsy Cloth Diapers blog publicly
    glass.stephanie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  44. I follow EtsyClothDiapers on twitter (@skgaff)
    glass.stephanie(at)gmail(dot)com

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  45. I like that Amy first made diapers for her boys and then started her business.

    neajus at hotmail dot com

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  46. GFC public follower

    neajus at hotmail dot com

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  47. I learned that I really want one of their crossover merino wool nursing bras. Those look really comfortable.

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  48. I see that they are coming out with Merino Wool Crossover Nursing Bras - they look so comfy!

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  49. I follow the blog publicly via google friend

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  50. i learned that they use starter packages

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  51. following twig and vine on fb
    tiffany b pettey

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  52. following etsy cloth team on fb
    tiffany b pettey

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  53. following etsy cloth team on twitter
    swagbucksignup

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  54. tweeted
    http://twitter.com/SWAGBUCKSIGNUP/status/12169876304

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  55. I love the wool wraps and am new to that whole scene... I learned that you only have to wash them if soiled or every couple of weeks and lanolize from time to time (whatever that means).

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  56. tweet
    http://twitter.com/MSU_MOM_TO_2/status/12177842422
    sully_debbie11 at msn dot com

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  57. I'm knew to this whole cloth diapering thing so I learned that I need 12 cloth diapers and 4 covers for my two year old.

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  58. I like the info on the different type of cloth diapers.

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  59. follow the blog.

    eponineca @ yahoo.com

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  60. I learned that they recommend having 2 dozen cloth wipes if you are going to use them to diaper. I'm maybe 4 or 5 short of that, and their number sounds right to me!

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  61. I marked them as a favorite on etsy (username nothyself)

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  62. i'm following the cloth diaper team on gfc

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  63. following the cloth diaper team on twitter tiffanyblogs

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  64. Just received a check for over $500.

    Sometimes people don't believe me when I tell them about how much money you can earn by taking paid surveys online...

    So I show them a video of myself actually getting paid $500 for taking paid surveys to finally set the record straight.

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