Wednesday, 17 April 2013

Cool Pics from "Look What I Made" Contest (Part II)

      Big thanks go out again to the two dozen customers who took part in Owl & Drum's first-ever "Look What I Made" contest. 

     The show-us-your-creativity competition, which ran for the month of March, saw people make wonderful items - ranging from colorful clothes and curtains, to quaint quilts and bold blankets - out of a wide variety of fabrics bought in our midtown Tulsa store. 

     Last week, we posted the first batch of pics from our entrants. Today, we are sharing the rest of the photo entries. We think you'll find them as neat as we do. 

     So, here goes . . . Enjoy (Part II)!    

     The above pictures feature items made by Kammy Pitts of Tulsa. The pillows are a Little Red Riding Hood print and the tote bag is a nesting doll print, both from Kokka.

     Kim Williams-Harris of Tulsa made this adorable, peasant-style dress for her little one. The fabric is from the collection Splendor 1920 by Bari J. for Art Gallery Fabrics.

     Lisa Swinney of Sand Springs made both of the pictured items above from innovative choices of fabrics. The e-reader case is made from Dear Stella's Buses and London from the Town & Country collection. The tooth-fairy pillow fabric is made out of Timeless Treasures' fabric called Vikings.

     Elizabeth Balloqui, a Tulsa resident who runs a children's accessories company called Teal & Co., made this "Jack & Jill" set. The fabric featured in the bow tie and the headband is Art Gallery's Celeste Pointelle. 

     Estela Greene of Tulsa whipped up this inventive wall hanging for her daughter, Luna. Estela embroidered her daughter's name on Alexander Henry's Princess Kingdom fabric.

     Made by Molly Weaver, this girl's maxi-dress features Lecien's 4 Girls, which is part of the Pitic Piticia fabric collection.

     The skirt pictured above was made by Jory Smith and is also made from Lecien's 4 Girls fabric. This whimsical design can be used for many fun fashions for girls of all ages.

     We love it - and we loved everything our great customers made during the "Look What I Made" contest!

     Thanks again for taking part. And thanks for supporting Owl & Drum. 

     Keep an eye for future competitions, giveaways, sales and special events on our Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Pinterest pages.  

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