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Giveaway : Crafty Christmas

It seems like a long way off but if you’re a crafter then it’s come round quickly again, too quickly! I thought it was long overdue for a giveaway and this one is all about crafting and Christmas.
On offer are the following items: Emma Bridgewater Sampler heart tin (to draw your heart shapes); red felt sheets; selection of buttons and ribbon; embroidery thread; embroidery needles; household kit containing thimble, threader and  12 assorted needles; hand-made felt heart and fabric pin cushion with my Eight-by-Six logo (filled with safe stuffing and lavender)

You will receive all you need to make hearts for your Christmas tree, friends or yourself.

All you need to do to join in is become a follower of my blog and/or share on your own blog.

I will close the giveaway in just over a week’s time.
 

Comments

Jo said…
What a generous giveaway, lovely goodies. I'd love to enter please, and I've put a link in my sidebar.
Crafty Helen said…
Please may I enter too? Thanks x
Captain Shagrat said…
I would love to be good at sewing but I really need to practice more when I find the time. Did once make a christmas stocking out of felt, it was not half bad, the robin and oak leaves looked good. Please enter me in your giveaway
Unknown said…
Hello Amanda, Thanks for the opportunity to win this, please may I enter. I thought I was one of your followers but it seems not so I've rectified that! Suzanne x
Anne said…
Hello, I have just joined your blog via Jo's lovely blog. Please count me in for the prize draw, its gorgeous!!
Inthesky said…
Thanks for following my Blog. It looks like I have found you just in time! :) I am getting a 'Give Away' together too. Very busy in Blogland and the real world too. xxx
Lovely giveaway, please enter me :)
Katie said…
What a wonderful giveaway. May I join in please. Have a great week. Love Katie xxx
hello from one Amanda to another..LOL!
I am now your newest follower and I would love to enter your giveaway please. A very generous one by the way.
I'm now off to explore your blog some more.

keep well

Amanda :-)
Katie said…
Hi Amanda, me again. I am already a follower. (Katie Booty, third row down on your followers list) xxx
Just adding, I'm already a following you :)
Lauren said…
Following you via email. It all looks fab!
Sara said…
Long time follower! what a great christmas themed give-a-way and the added fabric is very pretty!

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