Thursday, 28 February 2013

Owl & Drum's "Look What I Made!" Contest Until March 31

What have you made from our wide range of fabrics lately?

Well, Owl & Drum wants to know . . .

. . . and, if you show and tell us, you could win a $50 gift certificate that can be used for fabric and supplies.

Owl & Drum's first-ever "Look What I Made!" competition will be a randomly-drawn contest.

But to enter, you have to submit a photo of an item you have made from fabric bought from or from our midtown Tulsa store.

The homemade item can be a quilt, clothing, handbags, curtains, wall hangings, home accessories - or anything else that you have decided to make from Owl & Drum-bought fabric.

The contest will for run one month - starting Friday, March 1, and running until Sunday, March 31.

So, start/finish those stylish-looking fabric projects, take your best picture of your homemade item(s), and send it to us at

People can enter more than one project for the new giveaway contest - but should only submit their best single photo of each of their projects.

When it comes to entries, our philosophy is simple: the more, the merrier! That's because we want to show off your creative skills to as many people as possible.

Please give us your name, email address, the title of your homemade fabric project, and a brief description of what you made, why and which fabric you used. Simple. That's it!

The photos of every item entered into the "Look What I Made!" competition will be shared on Owl & Drum's blog on and we will create a cool photo gallery on our Facebook page, too.

So, even if your name isn't lucky enough to be drawn out of the hat March 31, everyone in all those far-flung galaxies in cyberspace will be able to see the nice-looking fabric fashions you have made.

And that ain't so bad, is it?

For more details, send an email to Bianca at

For more details about Owl & Drum – Tulsa’s one-stop shop for fabrics, homemade gifts, craft books, accessories and supplies – visit, or follow the store on Facebook, Twitter,, Pinterest and Instagram.

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