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Monday, October 31, 2011


Way back in August, I discovered the multi-functional Furoshiki, which is a Japanese wrapping cloth that can be used to carry things, wrap things, and perform tons of other useful tricks. Well, Annie and Deborah of Lulu Wraps have graciously offered up the large Edward wrap, made of black and white striped organza. How wonderful would this be to travel with? It could go from a shoulder bag, to a halter top to a gift wrap, all with absolute ease!

To enter, just follow An Air of Surprise via Google Friend Connect or Bloglovin'. For an extra entry, "like" Lulu Wraps on Facebook. Just be sure to let me know that you've done so in a separate comment. This giveaway will end next Monday, November 7th at 3 PM EST, and a winner will be chosen at random later that day. If the winner does not respond within 3 days, a new winner will be chosen. Please ensure that there is a way for me to contact you.

Annie and Deborah, thanks a bunch! Best wishes, everyone!

{Giveaway Closed}


  1. i follow you via GFC.
    what an inventive piece - i hope it comes with directions on how to manipulate it each way :)
    a peek of chic

  2. I'm following! Well, Cup of Tea is, but that's me! :)

    Cup of Tea

  3. Also liked their page on facebook :)


  4. Wow, this is so cool! You have the best giveaways, I swear.

    You KNOW I'm already a loyal follower!

  5. I also follow on Google Friend Connect and liked on facebook.

    I am so impressed with your taste and style. I can't believe you are only 17! Best wishes for much success in whatever you decide to pursue! :)

  6. hi rimi! i already miss you :D wow cute bag anyway :)))

  7. I follow you via GFC..

    This is so cool!!! Such an amazing idea! One of the coolest giveaways ever!! :D

  8. I also liked their fan page on facebook :)

  9. so cool!!!! i wonder if the knot will be easily untied? i hope not! lovely!

    Follow me on:
    Miss Kwong - Art and Fashion

  10. I follow you on GFC :D


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