GIVEAWAY: “Spring Fever, Lemon Wreath”

Thank you for dropping by my Raising Jane Journal to participate in my giveaways! We’ve chosen a winner for this giveaway already (click here for details), but don’t be afraid to leave a comment anyway. I love reading them. And stay tuned for more great MaryJanesFarm giveaways.

For a chance to win this pretty faux-lemon wreath, tell me in the comments below what you most look forward to when you sit down with an issue of MaryJanesFarm. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-April.

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You’ll find out how to grow lemon and lime trees indoors, as well as get lots of ideas for lemon-themed décor, in the Apr/May issue of MaryJanesFarm. Stay tuned for more magazine-related giveaways. If you’re not yet a subscriber to my magazine, MaryJanesFarm, subscribe here for $19.95/year.

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  1. Shirlene Stiles says:

    I love the healthy recipes! Love it cover to cover!!!!

  2. Renee Craig says:

    Every month I enjoy Mary Jane’s Farm magazine. I read it cover to cover including the ads! I love the celebration on each page of a happy and balanced life well lived and with purpose!! Th focus is more on what is really important in life….the simple things are always best. Nature is important & is celebrated on each page!

  3. Joy says:

    the recipes and the DIYs

  4. Geanette Strosahl says:

    Tough question Mary Jane about what I most look forward to when sitting down with an issue of your fabulous magazine…I eagerly read Dr. Laura Koniver’s Health and Wellness articles and see how I can incorporate the healthy living ideas into my life. I also really enjoy the tips on Simple Solutions. I feel like I’m sitting down and chatting with friends about great ideas they’ve picked up from their grandmothers, or gleamed from some interesting article they’ve read since the last time we were together.
    ‘Can’t wait for the next issue!

  5. Sophia Snyder says:

    I love color, smell, and significance of lemons. The color is happy. The smell is clean. The meaning or significance is that it represents cleaning and purifying. the love to read and Mary Jane Farm because of the great and creative ideas. The have them as a resource for projects and they create dreams.

  6. Sally Arrigo says:

    I love this wreath.It just has such a fresh clean look. I have just the right spot to show it off. I also love all the letters when readers are telling everyone how much Maryjanes Farm means to them.

  7. cindi la grange says:

    love this mag. so many different subjects and ideas.

  8. Linda Holmes says:

    I quiet hour with a cup of coffee… and a little peek at life somewhere else that offers some creative ideas, encouragement and inspiration! A breath of fresh country air!

  9. Merion Sharp says:

    I love to dive right into the middle and enjoy the visual feast. It usually takes me a couple of days to fully devour a new issue because I savor every article. I especially love the recipes and reading about the talents and successes of other creative folks.

  10. Teresa Powell says:

    I appreciate the innovative crafting and home decorating ideas.

  11. Susan Abernethy says:

    I look forward to opening Mary Janes Farm magazine, it inspires and encourages me on my path of living naturally and sustainable … It makes my heart smile😊

  12. Summer Fenton says:

    I look forward to being transported to a very special place and a world that I dream existed everywhere!

  13. Abby David says:

    I love learning how to make recipes from scratch!

  14. Beth says:

    The day my new issue arrives is “MY” day! Everything else can wait. I take the rest of the day and enjoy MJ’s Farm from cover to cover. Setting with a cup of hot tea and relaxing! The next day it’s up and at it again, using some of the ideas and contemplating on the articles. I would love the wreath, but not as much as the magazine.

  15. Bonnie Parker-Duke says:

    This is beautiful! Exactly what I have been looking at for our front door!

  16. Bonnie Parker-Duke says:

    This is beautiful! It is exactly what I have been looking for for our front door!

  17. Christi Lakey says:

    I always look to see if there is anything about renovating old camp trailers. If so, I read that first. Then I read the whole magazine from cover to cover!

  18. Sandi King says:

    Mary Jane there are just so many in your magazine, it is hard to decide, but in this last issue I went straight to Collect It, Vintage Sewing Machines as the article on them in a previous issue encouraged me to look for them. While in a ReUse store I saw this treadle Singer sewing machine sitting there waiting for me – ME. I was there with my son and we were looking for things we needed to continue work on our home and I had already shown him the article on Vintage Sewing Machines. I was in our van but we bought the machine and put it in the back after we lowered the back seat. And there she rode all the way home. I love her. She was in a very good condition but needed the belt which I purchased thanks to your Magazine and the blogs online. The lemon wreath is very colorful, a breath of spring. I think it would brighten up a kitchen very nicely. Maybe we could find a way to make one for those of us who don’t win. Thanks for a great magazine. I ordered a subscription for my sister-in-law and she told me she loves it.

  19. Meagan Jean Johnson says:

    MJFarm always takes me to a happy place, and makes me feel empowered and included. I love things that can be girly AND strong. Women are amazing and MJFarm always celebrates that. Plus we have the same initials 🙂

  20. Paula Aliano says:

    The first thing I look for when I receive my magazine it some new project to do. I love the pictures and ideas, and I have made some of the projects….(ie) I made the egg apron for my neighbor girl. She is raising free range chickens and selling the eggs to the neighborhood. We live in a very rural area near Kings Canyon/Sequoia Park and love nature and natural foods and garmets.

  21. Kyla Lefsrud says:

    I love seeing all the unique ideas in the magazine… and all the scrumptious recipes too!

  22. Annette Bynum says:

    Just seeing MaryJanesFarm in the mailbox puts a smile on my face. I put it by my chair so after supper and clean-up I am delighted again to get to sit down and relax while reading through it!

  23. Karen Murray says:

    It’s everything. I love the crafting and sewing ideas, the recipes. After reading an article in your magazine about bees, (3 years ago), I ordered my information and started caring and raising honey bees. Last fall we harvested 75 lbs. of honey. I have recently been convicted of my need to be a good steward of the small piece of land we have and the animals we care for. When I read the articles in the magazine I feel that same belief from the folks that put this magazine together. Thank you.

  24. Sunnie says:

    I look forward to the recipes and the diy crafts. Cute wreath!

  25. Connie Hawkins says:

    I work in a Dr’s office and pass my mags on to the patients when I am finished. They always wait for the latest edition of Mary Jane’s.

  26. Arleen James says:

    cover to cover I enjoy it all.

  27. Sharon says:

    What to say about MNF magazine…..many things….Entertaining, inspiring, encouraging, etc…So many things to do and dream about in its pages. Simply said, ” I love it”.

  28. Peggy Lupica says:

    I love lemons. When my magazine comes my husband always brings it to me and l go to my peaceful place and enjoy.

  29. Darcy Tietjen says:

    I sit down with my Mary Janes Farm magazine, a cuppa right next to me, and I get my breath back…mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. I give a deep sigh, take a deep breath and ENJOY!

  30. Karen Cartlidge says:

    ahhh – sipping sweet lemonade — while reading MaryJanesFarm magazine. I don’t think I could seriously pick one thing in your magazine. I like the way it takes me back to the country – the sweet smell of grass and horse manure (Yeah, I know – I’m nuts). Thank you for “taking me away” for a brief moment in my overly busy life.

  31. Chris Sorgen says:

    I devour the whole issue – it’s difficult to pick just one thing – I love every part of your magazine. I especially love the involvement of your daughter and granddaughters. I’m sure it makes your heart sing that family wants to be a part of your magazine. It just so happens that yellow is my favorite color, and I love a slice of lemon in a full glass of water.

  32. Carol says:

    I love everything in Mary Jane Farm mag!

  33. Tina Guthrie says:

    Fresh springy loveliness 🙂 love it!

  34. Jeanine Adams says:

    I love Rebekah Teal’s “Here’sthe Thing”. Such a city farm girl .

  35. Kimi Komar says:

    Everything! I don’t recall having not read MJF cover to cover. I have your books as well & continuously go back to them again & again. I’ve been crafting, sewing, knitting, gardening and cooking since childhood. At my mother’s/grandmother’s knee or any relative’s/friends willing to teach me! I’ll be 52 Easter Sunday & still willing to try anything at least once! You bring something NEW to every craft, recipe or project in every issue. But my most favorite of all is that you have your daughter by your side! Mine is still in college, but she’s now beginning to understand the joy & self satisfaction being creative & sharing it w/ everyone! Thank you for your continuous inspiration!

  36. DALENE HAMILTON says:

    I would love to win this wreath to give it to my mother-in-law to put on her door at her new home in Golden Age Nursing facility. She’d be the talk of her hall. Thank you for your magazine and give-aways.

  37. Eveline says:

    I look forward to the unique and organic ways of the topics you share with us in your magazines. Such a breath of fresh air!

  38. Donna Correia says:

    I love seeing all the things that remind me of how I grew up. Now that I have grandchildren I enjoy sharing that lifestyle with them. Thanks for all your inspiration!

  39. Carlene Crawford says:

    I just got my first Mary Jane Farm mag, it is great reading will be so happy to get my next one also the lemon wreath would look great on my front door!!

  40. Sharon Limbaugh says:

    I enjoy all the how to projects and recipes!

  41. julie Banigan says:

    What I love most about sitting down and opening up an issue of Mary Jane’s Farm is that when I do, it’s like being at home. Everything is familiar in the most comfortable way! Reading each issue is like having a conversation with a trusted friend.

  42. Laura Hale says:

    This magazine is a fun escape for me. I love all of it and read it cover to cover. Some of my favorite sections are Farmgirl Finds, Home Safe Home, and Newsroom.

  43. Annette Carpenter says:

    Inspiration, relaxation and 😊 Between the pages in a world with plenty of negative media.

  44. Judy Mardock says:

    I love the real-life stories. They are always touching or thought provoking and most make my heart feel good!

  45. Kathleen Ste Marie says:

    Love the fragrance and color of lemons. Recently moved to Tx and this would be wonderful hanging in my newly painted
    YELLOW kitchen! A bit of rustic/country decor for sure.

  46. Kat S says:

    I’m always excited for my issue to arrive in the mail! I look forward to all the ideas and new things I can treasure hunt for!

  47. PJ says:

    Well, having MaryJanesFarm with my morning coffee and chocolate in the morning is the cherry on top (from cover to cover).

  48. Kathryn Cartier says:

    When my Maryjane arrives it is like getting a letter from a dear friend <3 . I always enjoy the 7 wonders, DYI and recipes. Then I read the rest 😀 Thank you

  49. Mary E. Mursu says:

    I look forward to learning some thing new……reciepes,clothes and the like….good information..Thank you.

  50. Linda Olander says:

    Like all your readers I enjoy all that the magazine offers. Most of all I enjoy the feeling I get of peace and tranquility. I am a city woman and the magazine brings me into the country life. Thank you so much for all your ideas and stories. A woman can dream, can’t she?

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