One lucky visitor will win a lovely full length black mantilla. Just like the one shown below!
Some things I love about Joy's mantillas:
#1 The length. I have longer hair and it gives me full coverage. Though, as you can see in the photo above, it looks very nice on shorter hairstyles as well.
#2 It stays put. Because of the material, the weight and crocheted design, the mantilla stays on your head without having to secure it with pins. Now, of course, if you have a very active wiggly little one in your lap you may have to secure it like you would other mantillas. But I have found that compared to other designs that this crocheted mantilla will not slip or slide around as most others will.
#3 It holds up to lots of wear and is easily rolled up and carried about in a purse or diaper bag. Because of the design you don't have to worry about it getting wrinkled.
#4 It's delicate. Even though it can be rolled up and stuffed in a diaper bag it is still so, very delicate and feminine.
Plus, along with the mantilla, I am giving away a copy of The Chapel Veil, Symbol of the Spouse of Christ by Elizabeth Black and Emily Griswold! This is a lovely little booklet discussing the veil as a symbol of the identity and vocation of a woman, and the veil and the Eucharist.
To enter this giveaway please head on over to Joy's Shop, check out her other fantastic designs and then come back and leave a comment here for your chance to win.
Comments will be open until midnight on Monday, October 18th. The winner will be chosen with a random number generator and announced on Tuesday, October 19th. Be sure to leave your email address, or have it linked in your profile, so that I am able to contact you.
Update: Please, only one comment per visitor. Thank you.
I am: a work in progress, Catholic, wife to fantastic husband of 17 years and home-educating mom to 9 blessings plus one in Heaven. Endeavoring to live the intentional life nestled in sweet home, Colorado. I love the feel of yarn moving through my fingers, the smell of a new book and the warmth of a hot cup of tea or coffee (depending on the time of day) in my hand. You can contact me at kellydoodle (at) gmail (dot) com