This week's giveaway includes two unique stylings of the Outdoor Concert Cropped Hoodie designed to fit 18 inch American Girl dolls! Which style do you like best? Be sure to vote to help us decide which look is best and be entered into the giveaway to win all of the items* featured in both looks! (*Note - dolls are not included in the giveaway)
More About The Mix Up: This week we are excited to present two cute looks that feature the Jen Ashley Doll Design Outdoor Concert Cropped Hoodie.
The giveaway includes:
Make It Today: Like the two looks that we've created and want to make your own? Click the images below to check out the patterns available.
Vote Now & Enter To Win: You enter through the entry form that is embedded on this page and appears just below this paragraph, if you don't see it, be sure to visit the page from your desktop or an alternate browser such as Google Chrome. It may not appear on all mobile devices. The complete rules and entry details appear on the entry form. This is not a comment contest - in other words, leaving a comment on the bottom of this page is not an official entry method. The only required entry method is to vote in the poll to help us decide which look is best. One person will receive the outfit. You can enter once, or gain multiple entries by completing the other entry methods and increase your chances of winning. Please review all Terms and Conditions on the giveaway page before entering. While we wish we could run this contest everywhere, for legal reasons it is only open to eligible residents of the U.S. and Canada, not including Rhode Island. This contest is exclusively endorsed by Liberty Jane Clothing and Pixie Faire. Not endorsed by or affiliated with American Girl®.a Rafflecopter giveaway
Visit the Jen Ashley pattern collection today!
Get to know Laurie (in her own words): I was inspired to sew at a young age by two of my aunts who sewed and crocheted every chance they had. I was impressed by the beautiful things they created for their families and themselves. One aunt taught me the basics of sewing and crocheting and how to sew doll clothes for my Barbie, Skipper, Tammy, and Pepper dolls. By the time I reached my teens, I was making clothes for myself. When my children were growing up, I made most of their dress clothes, some of their play clothes, and most of their Halloween costumes. I made several suits and sailor outfits for my two sons and matching hand smocked dresses for my daughter and her American Girl dolls. I enjoy making doll clothes for my Etsy shop, craft shows, and custom orders. I started publishing patterns with Pixie Faire in 2014. So far, I have a variety of patterns (including sports patterns) inspired by clothing children and teens wear.
Inquiring Minds Want To Know:
Q: What's your favorite food?
Laurie: Italian dishes made with fresh tomatoes, herbs, and fresh vegetables
Q: Coffee or Tea?
Laurie: Coke or green tea
Q: What inspired your brand name?
Laurie: My brand name is a combination of the first three letters of my youngest child’s first name and her middle name written as one name. She collected American Girls when she was growing up and was the inspiration for my hobby…making doll clothes and sewing patterns.
Q: What's your favorite book or tv show?
Laurie:I love historical fiction.
Q: What is your dream vacation?
Laurie: Any place where I don’t have to worry about a schedule or a deadline.
We'd love to hear from you. Leave a comment and tell us - which look is best! And be sure to thank Laurie and the Pixie Faire team for giving away such cute outfits!
The Pixie Faire Team