Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Luxurious $300 Giveaway from Metis Linens


I am so excited to announce Metis Linens, a collaboration between Andrea of the French Basketeer and Laura of Decor to Adore



"We created Metis Linens out of our shared passion for vintage French fabrics. Our goal is to provide quality French textiles at compelling prices, and sprinkle in a few fun & flavorful antiques. We love linen, cotton & hemp, but our favorite fabric is a blend of cotton & linen, known in France as Metis (pronounced basically like Matisse.) With a few exceptions such as vintage American ticking, our merchandise comes directly from France. Hence our tagline, "If it isn't French, we don't stock it!" Andrea & Laura


Andrea and Laura are offering a wonderful Gift basket valued at $300.



Metis Linens Giveaway Basket !




" It was a very natural thing, we weren't really looking to "start a venture" we both just happen to love the vintage French fabrics. We were talking about the grain sack look being on the wane, and why isn't there anyone doing vintage cotton & linen blends (known as Metis). Laura & I work very well as a team, each bringing our own style to the mix. "


Gifted in a wonderful French "Eze" Basket trimmed in Leather from the French Basketeer

These beautiful Beeswax candles wrapped in silk corded French Medals with Jewels. Hint: Can be wrapped around dinner napkins and then given as gifts to your guest. Also fabulous as a silk corded necklace.


Luxurious French Linens





Laura's French Lavender




Fabulous Antique French Medals with Jewels


October is Hommes Month for the Males at Metis Linens


Antique French Keys



Soon to Open Metis Linens Boutique



Enter to win this Luxurious Gift Basket valued at $300

1) Become a follower on my site Art by Karena or let me know that you are.

2) Visit Metis Linens (so much more to see) and come back to comment on what you love best on the site.

The Winner will be chosen and announced on November 1st!!

Winner outside of US to pay shipping


Images Courtesy of Metis Linens
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