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Show & Tell : ReproDepot Pattern Books

Showandtell_updated
 
I'm sure many of you have seen the new ReproDepot pattern books–Flora
and Folk
— floating around blog land. They are truly amazing books that come with a CD containing more than 200 patterns that you can print and craft away with. They have the wonderful appeal and charm of vintage-inspired design and graphics. I love them. I'm already thinking of a million things I could do with the patterns–silhouettes of the girls, a paper chain advent calendar for the holidays, Christmas cards, or a new blog banner, perhaps?

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The images have some licensing restrictions–they are intended for personal use, though there is a small provision for
individual craftspeople to make limited edition handmade items for
resale using the patterns. The details of those terms are provided in
the back of the book.

The designs included in the books have been selected by ReproDepot founder, Djerba Goldfinger, and the book also contains several inspired project ideas and tutorials created by Mollie Green.

Though it will be hard to part with, I have one copy of the Flora Pattern book, that I'd like to giveaway to one MommyCoddle reader. *But there is one tiny catch–I am personally shipping out the book, it is not coming directly  from Chronicle Books, so I'm asking the winner to be willing to pay shipping charges. Thank you!*

If you'd like a chance to win a copy of one of these books that offer unlimited crafting potential, leave a comment, I'll announce the winner on Monday.


Showandtell_updated
 
I'm sure many of you have seen the new ReproDepot pattern books–Flora
and Folk
— floating around blog land. They are truly amazing books that come with a CD containing more than 200 patterns that you can print and craft away with. They have the wonderful appeal and charm of vintage-inspired design and graphics. I love them. I'm already thinking of a million things I could do with the patterns–silhouettes of the girls, a paper chain advent calendar for the holidays, Christmas cards, or a new blog banner, perhaps?

Books093009

The images have some licensing restrictions–they are intended for personal use, though there is a small provision for
individual craftspeople to make limited edition handmade items for
resale using the patterns. The details of those terms are provided in
the back of the book.

The designs included in the books have been selected by ReproDepot founder, Djerba Goldfinger, and the book also contains several inspired project ideas and tutorials created by Mollie Green.

Though it will be hard to part with, I have one copy of the Flora Pattern book, that I'd like to giveaway to one MommyCoddle reader. *But there is one tiny catch–I am personally shipping out the book, it is not coming directly  from Chronicle Books, so I'm asking the winner to be willing to pay shipping charges. Thank you!*

If you'd like a chance to win a copy of one of these books that offer unlimited crafting potential, leave a comment, I'll announce the winner on Monday.


66 comments on “Show & Tell : ReproDepot Pattern Books”

  1. That is a marvelous offer! I hadn’t seen these yet but I can’t wait to get my hands on one as soon as possible! Thanks for the offer…and would be happy to pay shipping.

  2. oh mooooooooooooooolllllllllllllyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. This is just what I need to kick off my homemade/handmade Christmas — plus I LOVE LOVE LOVE Reprodepot. I have loved them for years! Such a wonderful offer! I am more than willing to pay shipping 🙂

  3. Ohhh, I’d pay shipping . . . not that next-day, costs-more-than-the-product, expensive kind. But regular, cheaper shipping would be fine. Thanks for the chance to win.Blessings,Shana

  4. Wow. I just saw these books featured on another site yesterday and thought they were amazing. I would love a copy! =) Apparently I’m not the only one. Haha!

  5. The book looks wonderful. I have just discovered the joy of crafting especially with my kids and this would be a huge help and inspiration. Very kind of you to arrange the giveaway.

  6. I would TOTALLY chip in for shipping to win a copy. Thank you so much for your generous offer! And I can’t wait to see some of your upcoming creations =)

  7. keep me out of the drawing – just bought these last week. can’t wait for them to get here. i hope they will be the solution to my christmas card dilemma.

  8. this giveaway comes at the perfect time. It’s cold outside and boy could I use some ispiration for all this time spent indoors. Yes, I would gladly pay shipping charges.

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