It's been a very long time since I gave anything away on this blog, but I've been thinking about doing something to help with the disaster relief efforts for Japan. It is just so unbelievable, the amount of fear, loss, and worry the people of Japan have been through (and are still going through!) since the earthquake, tsunami, and resulting nuclear plant problems. So, this is what I came up with...
I made this apron (using this favorite tutorial), and I'm giving it away. It is one-size-fits-all; you can tie it around to your front (as shown) or just make a bow in the back. Here are the rules for the giveaway:
1. Make a donation to any Japan disaster relief organization of your choice (you can go to this link and find many!).
2. Leave a comment to this post letting us all know where you chose to donate to. You can also add thoughts, prayers, or well-wishes for the people of Japan.
3. On Friday, March 25 I will use the random number generator to choose a winner and announce it on the blog.
I'm hoping that maybe some of you haven't yet donated, and this may be the little reminder you need to sit down and actually do it (I just did it this morning, even though I've been thinking about it all week long!). If you've already donated money to a relief organization for Japan, you can certainly still enter the giveaway, just let us know where you donated to.
Thanks to everyone for their generosity!