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First blog giveaway

Hello Friends,

Its time for a giveaway..first one on my blog.

Apparently 30th June was my my 6th blogaversary ...hard to believe. Only 3 posts in first 3 years though.What started as a diary to write my travel experiences , then as a cooking journal is now mainly a cross stitch/ crafting blog.

22780 page views, 38 followers , 870 comments(including some replies by me) later, I think its time for a give away..First of all thank you to all my blogging friends who follow,comment and visit , like my work and encourage to blog .

I have 1 chart and 1 booklet to offer

Item 1 :St. Paul's Cathedral chart by The Heritage Collection Designer Susan Ryder


Item 2 : A Stoney Creek Sampler Collection, Book No. 105 Contains 9 sampler patterns . This is front view of booklet


Item 2 : A Stoney Creek Sampler Collection, Book No. 105 Contains 9 sampler patterns . This is back view of booklet

Both these items have been bought from a charity shop in Scotland so I'm guessing they are pre -loved. However both are in good condition.

Here is what you need to do:
1. Be a follower.
2. Comment below which item would you like to win: Item 1 or 2.
3. If you are a no reply blogger, leave your email address so that I can contact you. If you win, send me your address within 3 working days.

Giveaway closes on 14th July and results will be announced thru next Gifted Gorgeousness post.I will be mailing the item(s) in a simple A4 envelope.

I would appreciate if you could spread the word.

Happy stitching.

Comments

  1. Hi mini
    Congrats on your blog anniversary. For me blog keeps me busy without having an idle mind. Thanks for the giveaway. I would like to win the sampler collection book. Let me see whether i have luck in your giveaway. Lol.

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  2. Hi mini. Happy 6th blogversary. It's good to see how our blogs evolve along with our stitching. I'd like to be entered for St. Paul's cathedral chart please. Happy stitching.

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  3. Happy Blogaversary! I am glad that you post more than once a year now.
    Good luck to everyone who enters the giveaway, I will pass this time though.

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  4. Happy Blogaversary Mini! I would love to be entered into the Item 1 giveaway. This is so kind of you to offer and I will definitely share on my blog :)

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  5. Happy Blogaversary Mini! I would love to be entered into the Item 1 giveaway. This is so kind of you to offer and I will definitely share on my blog :)

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  6. Wow, six years! And I bet that flew by! Congratulations on your blogaversary, Mini, and may there be many more of them! I hadn't realised I've only been following you via Kaye's blog, but I'm now your 39th follower (via Blogger).
    Good luck to all entering the giveaway, but I will pass this time.
    Hugs, Barbara x

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  7. Congrats on your blog anniversary and may you have many more crafting years ahead:) I don't stitch samplers and I have recently got many things from you in our swap so I will pass the giveaway.

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  8. Happy blogaversary! I love reading your blog, so thank you for going for so long! Good luck to everyone in the giveaway; I will pass as I have lots on the go, but thank you for a lovely idea x

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  9. Happy Blogaversary dear friend x I love the look of #2. So many gorgeous designs. I will mention the give away in my next post tomorrow if that's ok x

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  10. Congratulations on your blog anniversary! It reminds me I totally forgot about mine this year :)

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  11. Congrats on your blogaversary. Two lovely gift items, however, I will give it a miss this time around as I, too, have lots on the go.

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  12. Happy Blogaversary, Mini. It's always great to know that there are still many bloggers out there who stick to their blogs and share their crafts.

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