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Thoroughly Modern Minis Bean Bag Cover {Giveaway} Closed

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Etsy shop owners are really amazing people! The ones that make products to sell are really putting themselves and their talent out there for the world to see. Talented describes them in a word, I think. Melanie over at Thoroughly Modern Minis (TModernMinis) is no exception to this! She’s joining me to do a giveaway on a bean bag chair slipcover!


The slipcover is made to cover Dana’s, over at the blog Made, Rollie Pollie pattern. If you’re not much of a sewer but would really love to have your own Rollie Pollie, look no further than Melanie’s shop! If you’ve never heard of or are not interested in a bean bag chair these also double as a great storage space for all things soft.


In the picture I have 3 large winter blankets, 1 twin comforter, and an extra decor pillow. I stuffed everything in the bag thinking it would be busting at the seams. It really only took up about half of the space available. I ended up grabbing Munchkin’s XL twin comforter and there was still a ton of room to spare! If you don’t have a ton of blankets lying around this would also be an amazing way to keep a load of stuffed animals together, and look cute in the process. Sometimes we go through spurts where he’s totally into playing pretend with his stuffed animals but mostly they just get thrown around and alway seem to be underfoot. He wasn’t sure what the bag was at first, but as soon as I told him I needed him to sit on it he flopped down and snuggled up


Munchkin is about 45″ tall. This thing really is so big. I want to fill it up just so I can flop down next to him too! The rest of the evening was spent jumping off of our couches onto it. The boys loved rolling all over it. As for the actual cover, it’s stitched wonderfully and I can tell it will be able to stand up to the rough housing of two little boys. She worked with me on figuring out which fabric would suit my home decor ideas. It’s been a pleasure to work with her!


One lucky winner will win one Bean Bag Cover!

****Note, this is for the cover only. No pattern or filling of any kind is included****

One of the ways to enter the giveaway is to “favorite” Thoroughly Modern Minis, if you choose to enter this way you will be emailed a discount code for 10% off from Melanie!

Visit her shop today!

Thoroughly Modern Minis

*This giveaway is open to entries in the US only.
*The winner of this giveaway will be drawn no later than the evening of October 14th  and will be emailed.  If the winner does not respond within 24 hours, a new winner will be drawn.
*This posting and giveaway are sponsored by Thoroughly Modern Minis, but all opinions are my own.


  1. Meagan bs says:

    i didn’t have one, but i always wanted one!!

  2. Meagan bs says:

    i don’t really craft very often, every now and then i like to paint.

  3. Heidi Daily says:

    I did have a bean bag chair growing up, but the thought of having to clean up those beads that eventually come out scares me away from getting one for my kids. This, however is a great idea, my kids have so many blankets that are just stacked in their closet, this would be so great!!

  4. Briann Neeley says:

    I didn’t have one

  5. Briann Neeley says:

    I like to use my Silhouette!

  6. I don’t remember having a bean bag chair as a child.

  7. I’m not a very crafty person, but I did make a pretty fabric wreath once.

  8. I did use a beanbag made by my aunt. She made us something for every birthday!

  9. Yes! And I remembered popping it and the little pearls fell out lol.

  10. Robin Christofaro says:

    I did have a beanbag chair growing up. It looked like a football and I loved it. I think my kids need them too!

  11. Robin Christofaro says:

    I love to crochet. I also like to make wreaths and other crafts.

  12. Lisa Vanhook says:

    Yes I did..

  13. I didn’t but my kids have had several

  14. I’m not sure it is even a craft but I love to crochet, I also like plastic canvas

  15. I don’t

  16. Heidi Daily says:

    I like to sew, but I’m not really good at it. I also love doing arts and crafts with my kids.

  17. Bertha Wilson says:

    No, I didn’t have one growing up but I bought my children one.

  18. Bertha Wilson says:

    I love to do scrapbooks. I work on them from time to time or if I have pictures of special occasions or vacations.

  19. Yep! A big plastic red one.

  20. Sewing.

  21. My aunt had one and I always wanted one!

  22. I enjoy easy crafts with my kids!

  23. Marilyn Nawara says:

    Yes, I had a bean bag when I was young — they were really popular in the 70s

  24. Marilyn Nawara says:

    My favorite way to craft is sewing

  25. Bonnie Boucek says:

    I’d love to get bean bags my for kids.

  26. Bonnie Boucek says:

    I make pillows.

  27. rachel jenkins says:

    no i never did! but always wanted one

  28. rachel jenkins says:

    i love making blankets!

  29. Megan Young says:

    We had a beanbag growing up, and it was the most coveted tv watching spot in the house.

  30. Megan Young says:

    My favorite way to craft is knitting – so portable and lots of options.

  31. I did have a beanbag growing up and I love it! I even took it to grad school with me.

  32. I didn’t have one growing up, but wished I did.

  33. And for my favorite way of crafting, I love to knit.

  34. cindy jones says:

    I did have a bean bag when I was growing up and I loved it.

  35. cindy jones says:

    I love to crochet…anything!!!

  36. No chair here. Always wanted one!

  37. I love coming up with ways to decorate my house. I guess that is my craft. The invention of Pintrest was the best ever!

  38. Jessica Libby says:

    Yes I did I loved my bean bag chair and now my kids have one.

  39. Jessica Libby says:

    making characters with poster board I draw them out and then paint them for my kids parties.

  40. Yes, I had a bean bag chair when I was younger.

  41. Currently my favorite mode of crafting is paper crafting – making greeting cards and scrapbooks, etc.

  42. Diana Hatch says:

    I had a big yellow bean bag chair in my room while growing up

  43. kathy dalton says:

    I never had one but always wanted one

  44. kathy dalton says:

    I love crafting with photographs

  45. I didn’t have a bean bag chair but we had the plastic blow up kind lol

  46. My favorite craft is making miniatures with my daughter for her dollhouse


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