If you're thinking of changing your interior with a pre-Christmas make-over， are redecorating or simply looking for new soft furnishings， including curtainscustom gifts for dad， rugs， blinds or bedding， we're giving you the opportunity to take part in our Pumpkin Hunt and the chance to win a 1st prize of ￡100 Terrys Fabrics gift voucher， along with 3 runner-up prizes of a ￡20 Terrys Fabrics gift voucher – which you can use to purchase or put towards the cost of your new soft furnishings from our extensive ranges.
It's easy to enter， simply look for the pumpkin icon on the product page； once you've found it an entry form will be on the page for you to fill in. To make our Pumpkin Hunt even easier you can ask us questions via Twitter and we'll let you know whether your on the right tracks with a yes or no response. The winner and 3 runners-up will be chosen at random from all correct entries we receive during the competition's duration.burlap pillow cover diy
Simply tweet your questions to @terrysfabrics and include the hashtag #terryspumpkinhunt. We'll also be posting daily hints on Twitter as to where the Pumpkin is located. For full details， terms and conditions visit Terrys Fabrics. Good Luck everyone and Happy Halloween! The competition will run from Monday 31st October 2011 at 10：00am and will close on Sunday 6th November 2011 at 23：59pm.
This little heart shaped coin purse can hold so many more things than the spare change it will cost to make. Use it for ear buds, chap-stick, pacifiers, or any little thing needing quick access.?
As I’ve been designing our “new” home, I have been analyzing our storage and organization needs, especially since we’ve removed a few walls which included 2 closets and a lot of cabinetry. Thoughtful organization goes a long way formaintaining a clean, clutter free home and my sanity. I usually start by rethinking pieces we already have and love whenever possible. Myantique wardrobe is a family heirloom. Upon moving into our home, I decided to repurpose it from Ani’s “dresser” to a linen cabinet in our family room. It nestled in perfectly between two windows and is one of the first things you see when you enter our home, giving it a little warmth.