Skip to main content

anthro gift card giveaway!!

I'm not sure what else would make your day today besides this: 
14 of us have gotten together to bless one of you with a special treat!

We're giving away a

$200 Gift Card to Anthropologie!!!

There is only one mandatory entry.
We just want you to let us know what you would spend the gift card on!

All the other entries are bonus entries to increase your chances of winning!

The giveaway ends on March 15th.














a Rafflecopter giveaway

Comments

  1. We just moved so we need decor! :)

    ReplyDelete
  2. I love their decor! I would spend it on stationary and books for the kids!! Probably s kitchen towel or two!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. probably something for our bedroom- like a new comforter! oh man... we got married 4 years ago with a WHITE bedspread. 2 babies later that thing needs some help!! XO

    ReplyDelete
  4. I'd stalk up on latte bowls + buy new plates or some pretty wall decorations for our boring living room!

    ReplyDelete
  5. ah! so fun! i would peruse the whole store for something to wear but i'd probably just end up buying things for my kitchen!

    ReplyDelete
  6. I think I'd go for either bedding or curtains!!! Lovelovelove that store!!! 😁

    ReplyDelete
  7. I could spend all $200 on their candles and be a happy girl!

    ReplyDelete
  8. love this dress :)
    http://www.anthropologie.com/anthro/product/clothes-dresses/26918938.jsp

    ReplyDelete
  9. I'd love to get the Architectural Shift dress! so cute!

    fb ann lyfe

    ReplyDelete
  10. i would treat myself to something girly!

    ReplyDelete
  11. I'd use it to buy a pair of spring sandals!

    ReplyDelete
  12. Kitchen stuff, jewelry, or clothing!!!

    ReplyDelete
  13. i'd snag a killer sundress. i truly drool over their dresses lol

    ReplyDelete
  14. Curtains for my bedroom! No doubt!

    ReplyDelete
  15. Clothes! Cardi and a dress!!!

    ReplyDelete
  16. Dresses. Probably just one, so dress, singular.

    http://likeordinarylife.com

    ReplyDelete
  17. What an amazing giveaway! I would choose something ruffly-fluffy to wear to church on Easter, something that says Spring is here and Hope is alive! Thanks for the entry.

    ReplyDelete
  18. I would buy some clothes, its been a long time since I've had that luxury :) lol

    classy_mommie@yahoo.com

    ReplyDelete
  19. I'd get some new trendy spring items and new clothes to wear to job interviews!

    ReplyDelete
  20. I am getting married in a little over two months so I would definitely spend the gift card on new decor for our home! :)

    ReplyDelete
  21. Have you seen the Lacepaint Flared dress?! Gorgeous!
    Tara
    Penniless Socialite

    ReplyDelete
  22. I'd use it towards new bedding!

    ReplyDelete
  23. I would use this on some new clothes for this post-baby body! ;) And maybe a few things for our home. Because I'm thrifty and $200 could go a long ways!

    ReplyDelete
  24. I would love to get some home decor once I find another place to live or a really cute dress/shoes. :)

    ReplyDelete
  25. Maybe some new clothes..... :) God bless!

    ReplyDelete
  26. The Gustav Klimt: The Complete Paintings book!

    ReplyDelete
  27. Something for home! I love their owl mugs!

    ReplyDelete
  28. I'd use it on some of their gorgeous dishes - I LOVE their kitchen stuff!!

    ReplyDelete
  29. My sister is getting married in Mexico in May, so I would use the giftcard to buy a cute dress to wear to her wedding! I've never bought any clothes from anthropologie, and this is really the only way I would be able to afford to! :-)

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

hope spoken 2014 | a little recap

well. it feels weird to be back here in this space. i haven't regularly blogged for over a year. i'm feeling like it's time for a redesign but that's beside the point. i'm really here to tell you about Hope Spoken conference that i attended in dallas 2 weekends ago. everyone has been saying how they need time to process everything. i'm no exception. what i'm about to share is really an email i wrote to casey and danielle a few days after i got home, but i've edited and expanded a little. there is still so much more in my heart and mind that's not quite ready to come out:

i'm finally sitting down to pour out my heart after such an amazing weekend. the first thing that's hitting me is these three girls went with a dream and a mission and a calling from Jesus, and were brave to walk through the door and keep going, as danielle describes it. i'm sure they imagined how beautiful it would be but i don't think they could have imagined just …

the idol self-sufficiency

"O God of mine, I'll have no idols..." played over Pandora. "O God of Mine", an old song by Rita Springer, is a beautiful hymn-like melody with soothing vocals and peaceful piano music. deep in thought, as i always am, i was struggling with feelings of fear and shame that had been pulling me under the last few months. i'm determined to be free from its grip, so i'm digging in to find the roots and i'm arming myself with Truth and with practical tools. as that phrase sang form the speakers, it just flickered across my mind -- the idol of self sufficiency. i had never named it before, but i finally understood it as a huge aspect of my struggle with fear and a huge aspect of the burden of shame that i carry. (i wrote a little bit about that here)

now you're thinking i must be a planner, a doer, and get-things-done kind of gal. you're thinking i must run a pretty tight ship, i must be type-A.

and you'd be wrong. self-sufficiency is a idol f…

because He became a man

recently i had one of those days where my to-do list consisted of six different super-quick errands. seems simple enough to most people. before kids you could knock them all out in less than an hour and go about your day. but with kids, forget about it. you dread the outing for two days and put it off until you have no more food or toothpaste and your husband is wondering about the dry-cleaning and the alterations.

when you have to strap and unstrap three kids into their carseats for six different super-quick errands, it's a whole new kind of monster. it takes longer to get them in and out of the car than the amount of time we actually spend inside the post office, or the dry cleaner, or the bank. multiply that by six and we're all going crazy.

truly, there needs to be a drive-through dry cleaner, drive through full-service post office window, drive through banking (not just ATM but actually denominations-other-than-twenty banking), and a drive-up pre-order Target service woul…