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Sunday, 7 December 2014

Christmas Stocking Charity Raffle

Hello friends

Thank you for all your kind comments yesterday and for also
popping over to the Spellbinders blog - I know their website can be a little slow
at times, it receives a lot of traffic.
Toni asked about chipboard - a lot of what I use is recycled, I find it in packaging,
even cereal boxes I just glue a few layers together.
If I want pre-made chipboard to match grand dies I do use
Want2Scrap - available here.  I believe eBay and Amazon may sell chipboard,
it is often called greyboard.  Hope that helps.

Also, I should have mentioned - I punched the holes for the book with a Crop A Dile,
looks quite lethal but does the job!

Today I've got something beautiful and festive to share with you.

A handmade Christmas stocking. 
Ruth who used to come along to my classes and Knit and Natters mentioned that her mum
makes these stockings and she offered to create one for me to raffle.
I jumped at the opportunity as I'm always keen to continue helping
Ronald McDonald House and the Royal Marsden.
The photos really do not do it justice, there is intricate beading detail along with
beautiful stitching.
It is a good size - perfect for gifts or to hang as a stunning decoration.
So if you would like to be in with a chance of winning, 
I've set up a PayPal system to purchase raffle tickets, much like before,
two buttons as tickets are £1 each or 6 for £5.


RAFFLE NOW CLOSED -
THANK YOU TO ALL THOSE
WHO PURCHASED TICKETS



Once you submit payment I will email through your tickets,
(I will make a start this afternoon/evening so please do not worry
if your tickets do not instantly appear in your inbox).
Of course, any questions please email.

The lucky winner will be announced in time for last posting day
so you will have your stocking in time for Christmas -
I wouldn't want Father Christmas to miss filling up this beauty!

Huge thanks to Ruth's mum and Ruth for sending this out to me.
As always, thank you for your amazing support - we really do make a difference.

Also, I keep meaning to say... don't forget to check out pre-loved dies on the website,
they change frequently so keep checking back.
Take care friends and good luck!

15 comments:

Stamping Bubbles said...

Good morning Christine
What a beautiful stocking. What a wonderful raffle prize.
Off to get on with my Christmas crafting now.
Enjoy your day
Lesley

Mrs B said...

Hi Christine. How kind of Ruth and her Mum to offer you this beautiful stocking to raffle. I am off to buy my ticket now : ) Have a good day. Take care.

marg said...

Hello Christine
What a lovely lady to make those stockings so beautiful too!
Lets hope you make oodles of money for the Charities!
I look at lots of preloved but no where is LF-168 the Grand Die that I never managed to find lol
Maybe next time!!!!!!
There are Fireworks here in Bristol tonight at 7pm to mark 150 years of The Suspension Bridge across the Avon Gorge!
That should be pretty to watch
Take care Christine
LoveMarg

Toni said...

Good morning Christine, thank you for the info re chipboard/greyboard.
What a lovely raffle prize, raising money for such a wonderful charity. Xx

PharmacyMichele said...

What a lovely & generous gift to raffle. Must write my christmas cards today.

Michele

Jacquie said...

Stunning work in that stocking, gorgeous.
Sorry only just got round to yesterdays post too, great that create and craft are going USA, hope you had a great day watching the proceedings.

Love & Hugs

Jacquie J xxx
http://jewelscardcraft.blogspot.co.uk/

Lucycat said...
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Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
The Christmas stocking is really lovely,it must have taken a long time to do,it is a great gift for the charity raffle,I hope it raises a lot of money.
I hope you have a good day . Take care. x.

Sandra said...

Good Sunday Morning Christine,
Wow that stocking is a work of art, such an amazing raffle
Prize!
My pre-loved Die that I received the other day is already earning it's keep, such a bargain too!
Well we are going to make a start on the Christmas shopping today! Wish me luck!
I gave to then get back in time to update my Blog, I am trying to be more regular, I would love to here your comments x
Have a lovely day with family everybody,
Crafty hugs,
Sandra xxx

Lacelady said...

Thanks for telling us about the cropodile, I have one and was wondering if it would go through that much paper/card Lovely stocking too.

hazel young said...

Gorgeous Stocking and such generous people. Have a greAt day xx hazel

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, what a beautiful Christmas stocking and so lovely of Ruth's Mum to make it.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

SusanP, Kent said...

The stocking is a fabulous piece of work! A generous donation for these wonderful causes.

nattyboots said...

Very generous of Ruth and her Mum to Offer the stocking as a Prize ,a lot of work has gone into it and it is beautifully done.
Elaine H X

Carole Z said...

Beautiful raffle prize, very generous donation, hugs Carole Z x

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