Thursday, April 29, 2010

Miss Ruby Sue & Sycamore Street Press

Congratulations to Barbie who said, "Woohoo! Love great giveaways. Hi Eva! Fun to read about you on here. Your talent is inspiring!"  You won the Miss Ruby Sue headband!  We were so sad that Miss Ruby Sue had something come up and couldn't make it (she was coming from Idaho!) to this show, but we will happily send Barbie her prize!

and Congratulations to the PORTER'S who said, "I love that headband! So freaking cute! I am coming to the show just for one of those! Cute numbers as well. I would love to win!"  You won the darling letterpress numbers!  You can pick it up at the show or email me if you need me to send it to you.

**The winners of the contest below are listed above.** 


More great stuff.  I cannot think of enough adjectives, take a look at the pics.

Are you still breathing?  Is that statement necklace the greatest thing you have ever seen?  Lori Ward, aka Miss Ruby Sue is THE original.  First launched in 2008 has quickly become a recognized National Label thru several Media Outlets such as Small Magazine; Good Morning America; The View;, the Today Show, with many celebrity clients-- Tory Johnson, author of "Women For Hire", Courtney Love, (you know her); Joy Baher, co-host of 'The View'; Letitia, CEO of Dujior Magazine; Kevin Laur from Etsy Administration; Elizabeth Kartchner; Sarah Miller, editor from the well know "The Knot" Magazine. You can now find my "Angles Song' and 'Anthropology' necklaces in select Anthropologie stores in the United States, and recently pulished in Pregnancy and Newborn, NieNie dialogs, and Amy Atlas in her beautiful spreads for Martha Stewart.

Feeling a little star struck?  Me too.  Lori is giving away this little number to a VERY lucky winner.

But wait!  There is more.  Take a peak at Sycamore Street Press.

In the fall of 2007, Kirk and Eva Jorgensen moved into a charming little place on the brick-paved road called Sycamore Street in Columbus, Ohio. A week later, a 1000 lb. Vandercook #3 letterpress took up residence in their dining room, and Eva began using it to print her quirky little drawings.

Since then, Sycamore Street Press has grown into the full-time family business for the Jorgensen duo. We no longer print in our dining room, and have relocated from the Midwest to the Mountain West. But we still print everything with care on our beloved hand-cranked letterpress.

Sycamore Street Press products are carried by over 50 boutiques and have been featured on Good Morning America, Daily Candy, Design*Sponge, Brooklyn Bride, Design Mom, Apartment Therapy’s OhDeeDoh, It’s Nice That, Time Out Chicago, the Real Simple and Sunset magazine blogs, and more.

Pretty darn cool.

They are giving away...their letterpress printed numbers poster in watermelon and pink.

See?  No adjectives left.  There will be TWO winners.  All comments will be entered into the drawing.  The winners will be announced Friday.  Good luck!

***This contest is closed.***