I’ve got another giveaway for you this month, and this one might make a fun stocking stuffer for you, a sister, or a close friend.
A couple months back, Ann posted about her discovery of cloth pads (after she converted to a menstrual cup), and a friend pointed her in the direction of Homestead Emporium, a family-owned and -operated business that makes cloth products for the entire family, including washcloths, nursing pads, and “dundies” — handmade underwear that I now want. Ann’s post included an interview with Homestead Emporium’s founder, Pieternella Willard, where just about any question you might have about cloth pads was answered. (I have to admit that, after I read it, I started seriously considering making the switch.)
Pieternella is giving one lucky SlowMama reader a $20 gift certificate that’s good for any of the products in her shop. (Thank you, Pieternella!) I encourage you to check out the website: The pads are made of soft organic bamboo velour, hand-dyed, and come in many colors — and, as I mentioned, I’m totally sold on their dundies, as well as their fantastic washcloths. So even if you’re not into the pads, you (or someone you know) can still put this gift certificate to good use.
To enter, leave a comment below, and tell me this: What’s one thing people might be surprised to learn about you?
Oh, and good news: Homestead Emporium can ship internationally, so this giveaway is open to all SlowMama readers wherever you happen to be reading. I’ll announce the winner next Wednesday. Good luck!
Images: Homestead Emporium