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Mother's Day Giveaway: Be Eco Chic Ombre Tote Super Shopper!

What do you give the woman who has everything?  It's obvious. A cute, colorful shopping bag to carry all her goodies in. Everything She Wants recently discovered Be-Eco Chic, an eco-friendly brand of bags and stationary reasonably priced from $10 to $70.

Ombre Tote Super Shopper, $25
In celebration of Mother's Day, Be-Eco Chic is offering one lucky Mom the chance to win one of its dip-dyed Ombre Tote "Super Shopper" bags ($25 value) made from recyclable, natural cotton canvas.

The durable, machine washable tote is designed as a fashionable alternative to a grocery bag and can also be used to carry your yoga mat, packages or as a beach bag.

The Everything She Wants/Be-Eco Chic giveaway winner will also receive a Decorative Box made from recycled fabric ($20 value) and a Bamboo Notes "tree-free" paper journal ($11.50 value), for a grand giveaway total of $56.50!


Here's how to win:
  1. Leave a comment with your first name, age, and email address on this post sharing your most memorable Mother's Day moment. 
  2. Retweet this post (if you don't have a Twitter account, you can sign up at Twitter.com).
  3. Follow me on Twitter @TracyEHopkins or subscribe to Everything She Wants via email or RSS Feed.
The contest ends Sunday, May 8 at 11:59 p.m.  

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  1. Kerrie
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    kerrie@mayansfamily.com
    My most memorable mother's day was my first mother's day with my new daughter who was only a few weeks old. We ended up signing a contract to buy our first house that same afternoon!

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  2. I follow you on twitter as kmayans.

    kerrie@mayansfamily.com

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  3. I tweeted http://twitter.com/#!/kmayans/status/65818500811333632

    kerrie@mayansfamily.com

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  4. my most memorable Mother's Day has to be when I had my own daughter and we had a great big mother's day feast. It was wonderful
    brand242003@yahoo.com

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  5. Theresa-39-my most memorable Mother's Day was my oldest daughter's 3rd birthday...started the day in winter clothes and went to a concert that evening in shorts!!

    theresa _ heppner at yahoo dot com

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  6. My most memorable Mother's Day moment was the last year my dad was alive, when I was thirteen, when he drove the whole family out to the country church where he married my mom, and we all had a picnic lunch of the best cold fried chicken, potato salad, and chocolate cake ever. My mom cried. I think I did too.

    racheliznewman(at)gmail(dot)com

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  7. Subscriber!
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  8. The time my son went shopping on his own for something for me he was about 11 or 12 and took his own money and bought & gave me a gift, It was so special

    emmaspeel(at)gmail.com

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  9. Most memorable mother's Day moment-actually the day after- When my son Michael age 10 months from Colombia was "legally" announced as my son in an American court. Even though, he was our son mentally, from the first second we saw him in Colombia!
    Diane Baum
    esldiane@gmail.com

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  10. Gaye - 67 - mcgillrmcgill(at)charter(dot)net One of my best Mother's Day moments when when my teenagers went out and bought me some lovely rose bushes to surprise me. When we decided where they should go, they planted them too.

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  11. Jeannine
    36
    Today. My father is ailing so I spent mother's day today in the hosiptal with him. I wll never forget this day.


    mellanhead74 at hotmail.com

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  12. http://twitter.com/#!/mellanhead/status/67384459745439744


    mellanhead74 at hotmail.com

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  13. Best mothers day is when we do a chairty walk, just the girls talking, getting outdoors, and doing some good!

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