Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!

It's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!!    Let's have some fun!!!

But  before we get to today's giveaways . . . First,  we need to announce the winner from last weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Day!!   The winner of Weekend Quilting Book from Happy Quilting is . . . Number #139. . . Congrats patricia ludwiczak!!!!! I have emailed you :)    

 


So on to today's


Today's Terrific Tuesday Giveaway is being sponsored by Shabby Fabrics!!   Shabby Fabrics has so many fantastic Kits and Projects and I absolutely love their Laser Cut Kits!!! Shabby Fabrics  also has an amazing  Clearance Section, you are sure to find some amazing deals here :)



And for the Terrific Tuesday Giveaway  Shabby Fabrics is giving one lucky winner a Fat Quarter Set as well as 2 Yards of your choice of Sweet Dreams by Maude Ashbury for Blend Fabrics.      How adorable is that, whether you pink the pink or the blue set, you will be all set to put together a super cute baby quilt !!!


You have two entry chances, the second being optional, and please leave a separate comment for each.  All Entries are welcome, including International Entries.  Please just be sure to leave an email address if you are a no-reply blogger ;)  

ENTRY 1 - Simply leave a comment that tells me something fun to do with kids in the summer.  (School finishes tomorrow and I need to start making a game plan ;)   

 ENTRY 2 - Show your Shabby Fabrics love. You can follow them on FacebookTwitterYou TubePinterest, or Instagram.  You can Sign up for the Shabby Fabrics Newsletter (top right hand corner) or Follow their Blog,  or you can Visit the Shop and then share a favorite item ;)   Just be sure to leave a comment of how you showed your Shabby Fabric Love!!!

And that's it ;)  The giveaway will be open until next Tuesday, May 30th when I will announce a winner at the beginning of next weeks Terrific Tuesday Giveaway Post :)

Good Luck and Have a Happy Quilting Day!!!
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316 comments:

  1. scavenger hunts.. those are always fun..

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  2. I follow Shabby Fabrics via email, IG, FB..

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  3. We have a membership to The Henry Ford (Greenfield Village) so we often go there for walks and various events.

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  4. I follow shabby Fabrics via Instagram.

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  5. A fun summer activity is a scavenger hunt - they can get as elaborate as you want!

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  6. I follow Shabby Fabric on IG as maryonlakepulaski

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  7. I like Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  8. We live near the ocean so when the grandchildren come for a visit, they love to walk on the beach and collect shells and sea glass. Last summer they made pictures with their treasures, with glue and foam cardboard.

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  9. My kids and i like to ambush dad with all the Nerf guns when he comes home from work, but not everyday because you don't want him to expect it!!

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  10. I follow shabby fabrics in Instagram.

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  11. Making projects with my grandson. Always fun.

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  12. We love to visit area parks and playgrounds!

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  13. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  14. We like to take the dogs to the park then of course I watch the dogs and he would play on the playgound. As a family we would go boating on the lake(in AZ-where he grew up)

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  15. I get Shabby's news letter

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  16. I visited the store. I love their art gallery fabric collection. At the moment I'm loving sage the most

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  17. Try Steve Spangler's science web site for fun "gee whiz" ideas.

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  18. We like riding our bikes, going to the park and making bubbles... simple but all four of them love it

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  19. My 4 year old niece says "go swimming."

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  20. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  21. Definitely playing outside (bikes, chalk, sprinkler!) and lots of board games!

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  22. Well, I don't have kids but my cousin does something great. Each day of the week is for something certain. Monday is art day, Tuesday is go on an adventure day, etc.

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  23. I get the Shabby newsletter

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  24. I had lots of picnic lunches when my kiddos were young. I made lunch and we trekked all the way outside to the beautiful tree in our front yard and spread out a blanket. It was special for the kids because it was outside. So simple, but they remember it all. We went to the park lots and lots. I chased them up and down the slides. We went to the pool lots and lots. We didn't have much money. The car was a disgrace but it went far enough to get us to the cheap places. I would gladly trade my nice car now to go back in time to the junker car of the past to have my grown up adult children be young again!

    Later, there were hikes and real picnics and having a friend come along. One friend at a time so that we had enough seat belts. As they aged, we got a better car. We could go farther and could go to interesting museums and to the zoo.

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  25. I always enjoyed the beach or lakes with my kids during the summer. I'd fix pinic lunches and off we'd go. When they were younger it was sprinklers, and water balloon fights in our yard, but I'd still fix a lunch and we would spread out a quilt and picnic at home ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  27. A schedule!
    Mundane Monday (errands, groceries, etc)
    Play/Park Tuesday (a new to us playground or park)
    Wet Wednesday (swimming at a pool/rec centre, usually one new to us)
    Thoughtful Thursday (library day!)
    Fabulous Friday (somewhere fun and exciting [and expensive], movie, museum, mini golf etc)

    Mornings are spent at the beach or playing with friends. Yet with all this fabulous planning and only having two kids, summer is the longest and most hated ten weeks of my life, every year.

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  28. I think Nicole above has it all covered!

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  29. I like Nicole's routine, but I don't think there are enough new to us spots at a close enough location to even last 2 weeks! So we'll spend a lot of time at a friend's pool this summer.

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  30. I follow shabby fabrics on ig.

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  31. Swimming, walking, and going to the library are our favorites.

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  32. We like to take the grands fishing, hiking , camping and to museums.

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  33. Every day, after chores, we did something fun. Monday-park day, Tuesday-game day, Wednesday-library day, Thursday-art day, Friday-pool day. All things were contingent on chores being done by all five kids, so often they'd work together to help whoever was slowest that day.

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  34. I love the summer break so I can spend more time with my nieces and nephews!

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  35. I get the Shabby Fabric Newsletter!

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  36. We are making a summer bucket list, so far the kids have added, zoo, swimming, fishing, camping, sculpture garden.

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  37. I receive shabby fabrics newsletter.

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  38. All our kids are grown. But we'll have grandkids galore around this summer. Some from PA (3) and some from AK (6). Plus the 11 that live locally. So, we plan on hitting the zoo, maybe childrens museum, my 2 sisters pools and loads of picnics. And go let them play on the beach.

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  39. I think blowing bubbles is a fun summer activity!

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  40. I love the Black Beauty quilt kit in her shop.

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  41. RECEIVING SHABBY'S NEWSLETTERE VIA GMAIL!

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  42. FOLLOW ON FB,PINTEREST,GMAIL

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  43. NATURE WALKS are so neat for children,even if you have to drive to the area!Good exercise=good appetites+good sleeps! Thanks to You+Shabby Fabrics for sharing a beautiful giveaway! msstitcher1214@gmail.com

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  44. Kids + Water = FUN! So--swimming pool, wading pool, hose, sprinkler, squirt guns, super soakers, water parks, that thing-a-ma-jig that looks like a long piece of plastic that turns into a water slide when wet, . . . !

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  45. I visited Shabby Fabrics and they have some great Christmas fabrics--like Comfort & Joy and Sparkle. Maybe this year I'll get an early start!?

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  46. Here we love to go to the beach and build castles or play with water balloons in the garden.

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  47. I like Shabby Fabrics on Facebook and get their newsletter.

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  48. I like to take my grandkids to the park and then a picnic lunch.

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  49. I don't know about your neck of the woods, but splash parks are the new swimming pool around here.

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  50. We used to get season's passes for the local swimming pools - and there were parks attached with play areas and barbecue facilities. (Also we did berry/fruit picking and canning in between):)!

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  51. I follow Shabby Fabrics through newsletter, blog, instagram and you tube!

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  52. Tents in the living room when it rains! picnics on a blanket when nice out!

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  53. I follow Shabby Fabrics in every way!

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  54. Definitely beach time... whether it's lakes, rivers or ocean! Kids summer and water just go great together ๐ŸŒž
    Cathywarriner@gmail.com

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  55. Showing Shabby Fabrics love by following on FB IG You Tube & Pinterest. Plus just received an order from them ๐Ÿ’œ thank you Shabby Fabrics and Melissa!
    Cathywarriner@gmail.com

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  56. My children are grown but I love to go to the zoo with my grandchildren.

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  57. Go to the beach! Everybody loves the beach, especially kids. Also, parks for walking and a picnic and who doesn't like to fly a kite?

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  58. It might be a little late for this year but for the month before vacation we used to have a scavenger hunt to collect clues about where we were going on vacation.

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  59. I follow Shabby Fabrics via blog, Facebook, You Tube and their newsletter.

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  60. I love all of Bonnie Sullivan's BOMs including her latest, Lucky Dog.

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  61. I used to love making home made Popsicles to enjoy the next day with my daughter.

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  62. We always enjoyed a day (or even an afternoon or just a couple hours) at the park.

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  63. Go to a park with a pond and skip stones or show them how to make a blade of grass whistle between your thumbs or make clover necklaces. Outdoor time is good for kids. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  64. Great prize! I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG. sjvonfumetti at yahoo dot com

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  65. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram. We get color paint strips and take a walk trying to matchup the paint color with nature or something we find on our walk. Also in our area in the summer time there are water parks with in the playgrounds. Kids love them.

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  66. My grand kids really like to swim.

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  67. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  68. A water park is so much fun for the kids and the grown ups.

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  69. We keep it simple here-my kiddos love playing in the sprinkler and eating popsicles!!!!

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  70. We would get a box of donuts and pints of milk and head to the DC National Zoo. The picnic areas were open, and we could hear the animals waking up while we had our breakfast. The animals were always more active in the morning, and our kids loved to do this every summer.

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  71. As a kid, I always enjoyed picnics in the park with time to play on the playground. Not too original, but it was fun!

    Sandy A

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  72. I follow Shabby Fabric on Facebook!

    Sandy A

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  73. I usually found a summer craft project that we could do together. Something for one of the yearly holidays. We also spent a lot of park time and puzzles. I still have a month of school here in New York. Enjoy the summer vacation time. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  74. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook

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  75. My grands swim, swim, swim in summer! Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  76. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram and get their newsletter. Cotten.gloria@gmail.com

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  77. We plan to take grandkids to our cottage on Lake Erie. Great beach fun.

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  78. Let them do old-fashioned things like build a fort in the backyard with boxes and blankets, or play in the sprinklers. The zoo is always a great option!

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  79. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram! Love them!

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  80. I will be doing a lot of crafts with my soon-to-be 10 year old son. There will be drawing and painting. Did you know there are a LOT of painting instruction videos on YouTube? My son loves them!

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  81. I have been busy! I subscribed to Shabby's YouTube Channel, Instagram, and Blog!

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  82. Big bubble fun (The Bubble book and wand is what we use), pool membership, Nerf wars and manhunt are what we do most in the summer.

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  83. My kids played baseball, tennis, and board games in the summers.

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  84. I signed up for the Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  85. Pool time with a cookout!! Thank you!
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  86. I follow them on Instagram!!! Thank you.
    kcummings71@gmail.com

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  87. Camp outs in your own yard. Tie clothes line between your trees to hang quilts or blankets to make tents. its fun to sleep or play in your own enclosed space sand if you get scared you just go into your house .
    schimmel.db@gmail .com

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  88. Visit a taxidermist! (lynnstck[at]yahoo.com)

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  89. Thanks for the giveaway. I love taking my grandkids to the park.

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  90. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  91. Make your own playdough
    Rita_l_39212@yahoo.com

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  92. I follow Shabby Fabrics by Instagram,bloglovn,youtube, and newsletter.
    Rita_l_39212@yahoo.com

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  93. One of my favorite summer activities with the kids was to pack a picnic lunch and take a short trip to a new park. Exploring new parks is always fun and then sit down to eat a yummy meal in the fresh air.

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  94. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG, Bloglovin and receive their newsletter too!

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  95. I love having my granddaughters over and watching them play in my loads of fabric scraps and put together 'quilts'. I let them sew on my good machine.

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  96. Well I don't have kids but I want to do some crafting sewing fun with my great niece when she comes to visit. There are so many fun things to make with beads and clay etc. I would want to get outdoors too for nature walks.

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  97. My kids are grown and one is married with one of his own on the way. I am excited because my DIL invited me to come help set up the nursery in early June!

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  98. Go to a creek and we wade in water and look for fossils ,frogs and crawl dads , picnics under s shade tree, look under rocks for rolly pollies , camp,

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  99. Take them to the beach....they'll have a ball and be totally ready for bed when you get home!

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  100. make your own and fly kites, alot of fun. water, any water is always a hit,[even just a pool in the back yard!]

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  101. i LOVE shabby fabrics, i receive the newsletter and love the backdoor hanging, different for each season. their butterfly quilt is one of my granddaughters favorite things!

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  102. I bought my kids $.97 spray bottles today. They spent over an hour playing with them in the back yard, and I suspect they'll get much more use over the summer.

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  103. We always like to go strawberry picking in the summer, and then make a lot of luscious jam. Thank you for a great giveaway. x

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  104. I follow Shabby fabrics on Facebook. Thank you for a great giveaway. x

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  105. We love going to state parks! We are going to Fairy Stone State Park tomorrow. Perfect vacation because the cabins are cheaper than a hotel room

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  106. I love Shabby Fabrics, I follow on FB and IG

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  107. I like taking kids to the water park. helps you stay cool in the heat and tires them out with the fresh air and fun.

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  108. swimming and walks on the trail - we still have 17 more days of school :(

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  109. I get the Shabby newsletter and frequent their on-line store. Love their specialty bundles.

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  110. Craft days. I always have supplies on hand. Make some stepping stones for the garden or paint a picture

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  111. Lots of state parks for walks. So much fun to get back to nature

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  112. I follow shabby fabrics on instagram

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  113. I follow Shabby Fabrics on FB. Love their stuff!!

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  114. When my little grandsons visit for a long weekend we do various projects - we've painted on canvas with squirt guns and played toss with water soaked sponge balls - a wonderful treat on a hot day!

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  115. I visit the local swim park with my kids. It is a favorite for them.

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  116. Make homemade lemonade together!

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  117. I follow Shabby fabrics on facebook

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  118. Bowling. My little 5 yr old grandson loves to bowl and they have special pricing and things to do during the summer!

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  119. I follow via instagram! barbara.dougherty126

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  120. Get some paints and inexpensive canvases, set up tables outside and paint things you can see. (alternatively, pencils and paper - but paint is more fun.) Then have an outside art show for the neighborhood.

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  121. My kids love going to tour interesting historical places. Most are free or small costs and we always tried to take a picnic lunch along. Great times together.

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  122. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest.

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  123. Lie under a shady tree with a good book

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  124. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Pinterest

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  125. It might be nice to take them to a hands on science museum if you have one in your area.

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  126. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Facebook.

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  127. I receive the Shabby newsletter.

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  128. Find local day hikes - get those kids outside and burn off some of their endless energy!

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  129. my kiddos used to love drawing with chalk on the sidewalks, wash the dog in the kid pool (I think we had the squeakiest clean dog around,lol), indoor crafts like pearl buttons - count cross stitch (my son preferred designing and my daughter would do the cross stitching) and of course they both loved to cook/bake with me in the kitchen. Oh and they enjoyed helping a handful of neighbors that couldn't help themselves - rake, mow, water, etc.

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  130. I follow shabby fabrics on face book

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  131. Any kind of backyard play! And bubbles. I make a homemade bubble solution that makes nice big bubbles.

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  132. I follow Shabby Fabrics. I just received an order last week!

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  133. Swimming/walking in the creek behind my house! The grands loved it when they were little.

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  134. Going on a hike is what we do with our grandson who is 9. Also he loves to ride the Railrunner train to Santa Fe.

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  135. Splash pad! Love taking my niece and nephews!

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  136. Blanket spread under a shade tree and do nothing, visit the library, hike a stream, big-kid chores to earn money, museums in town to learn history.

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  137. In the summer here, kids usually attend several of the different Vacation Bible Schools. We're in a small community so all of the churches try to stagger the dates to keep the kids busy.
    Plus they love the Summer Reading Program at the library. They have a lot of neat activities - not just reading.

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  138. I love Shabby Fabrics. I follow them on FB.

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  139. A hike (can even be a walk around a botanical garden) and picnic :)

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  140. I follow Shabby Fabrics on Instagram

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  141. I follow shabby fabrics on instagram.

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  142. It is fun to go to your local museum and then to the park for a picnic. At the museum have everyone write down a few things like favorite piece and why and which piece do you find funny or scary etc. Then you can discuss it at your picnic.

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  143. Camping and fishing! Thank you, peterstankovich@comcast.net

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  144. I visited their shop and right away saw Pretty as a Pansy, so cute! Thank you.

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  145. We like to build sheet tents on the clothesline, fill them with pillows and read in them, have picnics in them and even take naps in them! I hope to do a LOT of reading and napping of my own this summer, now that my daughter's a good little reader (going into second grade) and has discovered chapter books. LAZY days of summer ahead!

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  146. I follow S.F. on Facebook and get their newsletter by email.

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  147. A trip to the museum--especially on free admission days--with a list of things to look for.

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  148. I receive the Shabby Fabrics newsletter. (wordygirl@earthlink.net)

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  149. My little guy loves doing messy science experiments outside and geology hikes for new rocks to add to his collection. He's only 3 now, but these years are passing entirely too quickly! I'm sure I'll be anticipating summers even more than he will be in a few years.

    Enjoy your summer!

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  150. If in San Antonio Texas, the Witte Museum, awesome!
    patsystitch@gvtc.com

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  151. I follow SF's email newsletter! What a great shop. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  152. Something fun to do with kids is a picnic at the waterpark.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  153. I follow Shabby Fabrics by newsletter.

    lin.web.28 at gmail dot com

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  154. My grandson (18 mos.) loves the water so we will be splashing in the waters around Seattle, WA. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  155. I receive Shabby Fabrics newsletter.

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  156. A library card. And the library's summer reading programs.

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  157. I follow Shabby Fabrics on instagram.

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  158. One summer when my four were small we would draw a picture at the end of every day. The picture could be of nature or activity or something that they wanted to remember from that day. At the end of the summer we put them in a scrapbook kind of binder. A couple pf my daughters still have those binders and all of them remember the summer of the scrapbook.

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  159. I agree with an earlier post about planned days. However, the necessity of reading/vocabulary improvement should be factored in daily!
    Debbie
    ollieami at aol dot com

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  160. I follow Shabby Fabrics newsletter and love watching her videos!

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  161. I receive Shabby newsletter.
    ollieami at aol dot com

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  162. When my kids were growing up we went walking at parks and by creeks with trails. Summer is fun!!

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  163. I receive Shabby Fabrics newsletter. They have such nice things!! angielovesgary2 atgmail dotcom

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  164. I love making homemade ice cream during the Siummer months.

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  165. I follow Sha. Y Fabrics on Instagram.

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  166. I love the table runners!! They are soooo cute.

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  167. I follow Shabby Fabrics on IG and FB. Love their selection and their generosity.

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  168. My adult son's group home has a fun activity for all ages. They take a big sheet of plastic vapour barrier (for building homes) and put it on a hill for a make-shift slip & slide. A garden hose is the only other thing you need. Squirting dishwashing soap on the plastic makes it extra slippery and fun!
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  169. I receive the Shabby Fabrics newsletter via email.
    basaran.family@rogers.com

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  170. We love afternoons at the pool and rainy days at the library

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  171. My children are adults (no grandchildren). Anyways, I used to do lots of science stuff with them in the summer - going to the beach looking and then looking up, making volcanoes with paper mache then putting in baking soda/vinegar. Many other things. Must have been somewhat influential as my daughter is a newly minted PhD in Ocean Chemistry. It's also fun to just go out and observe or to do sun printing on fabric or to make tie dye tshirts. Lots of fabric options!

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  172. I get the shabby fabrics newsletter

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  173. I'm following Shabby Fabrics on FB -- thanks.

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  174. I guess one of the things you could do is to explore your area - Chamber of Commerce should have a list of places to see - walk thru, etc.

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  175. Planting flowers for yourself or an elderly neighbor is a nice way to spend a day.

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  176. Teaching kids to golf is an awesome thing to do in the summer. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  177. I love to take my grandchildren to the zoo!

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  178. I receive Shabby Fabric's newsletter. Thanks!

    Please click on the delaineelliott above for my email link.

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  179. I love Shabby Fabrics, & already get their newsletter, I also follow them on Facebook & instagram

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Thank you so much for your sweet comments. I just love hearing from you!!
Have a Happy Quilting Day :)

Melissa