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Sunday, 2 August 2015

A Sunday Giveaway

Hello friends

I'm enjoying Christmas in Summer...


Not quite with turkey and tinsel but I am busy making festive crafty 
projects to take on my demos.
I will be sharing those soon but in between I think you should 
be enjoying Christmas too...with a festive giveaway.

I have a pre-loved set of Snowflake Bliss that needs a new home,
there's four very pretty snowflake dies in this set and they look like this...

I used them as a garland to decorate a package.

They would look gorgeous on a tree, card, box and more.

Really simple, just leave a comment on today's blog post and a winner will
be picked out later this week.

Roast dinner day today...thank you Mum :)

Take care friends.

58 comments:

Kitty Davies said...

Morning All.
Thank you a very lovely idea, I would love to win these, thank you.
Enjoy your Sunday Roast, there's nothing like Mums cooking.
Take care and enjoy Kitty.

Jane Willis said...

Well with the temperature close to freezing a couple of nights ago, it's been feeling more like Christmas than mid summer! Oh well, it's made me get started on my Christmas crafting!
Jane

Ann Morris said...

Hi Christine, what a treat, snowflake biss in July. As a winter babe i love all things chtistmas and think baubles in the sand look cute, thanks for a chance to win a set of dies.

Kathy C said...

Hi Christine, I am still hoping for some more summer, although it feels more like autumn now. Love your design with the snowflakes on the parcel wrapping, they are such a pretty die cut. Sunday roast sounds scrummy.
Kathy xx

Patricia Youdell said...

Hi Christine
With so many people starting their preparations for Christmas, I am thinking it is about time I began. I do like it when you show us die cuts in white and what a clever idea to use when wrapping parcels. I will keep my fingers crossed for the draw
Pat x

kelly said...

Just finished my first 2016 Calendar so am totally ready for Christmas snowflakes, would love to win these dies - they are fab. Kelly x

Janice said...

Morning Christine
I've just returned from a week away at Potters with the family, so I have a lot of catching up to do with my blog reading! I don't usually get into the Christmas card making until later on, so well done you!
Love this die, what a great way to decorate a gift. Thank you for the chance to win it.
Enjoy your roast dinner at Mum's 😊
Janice x

rosiejt said...

Those dies are lovely - simple and effective.

pinksparkle said...

Christmas is on my to do list, cards to make and ideas to borrow from others. I like the brown wrapping paper with twine and white snowflakes, kind of understated and classy. Thanks for the chance to win them. I love the smell of a roast dinner cooking mmmmm. Enjoy!

PharmacyMichele said...

Great Christmas crafty project. Great giveaway prize.

Michele

Jean Dyke said...

Morning Christine,

I love these dies. I must confess I haven't even started thinking about Christmas yet even though in January I said I'm going to make a couple of Christmas cards each month to save the panic in December! I think these dies could be my inspiration! Take care,
Jean xx

igj said...

Thank you for writing your blog. Love to see your ideas. Goes without saying I'd love to win your dies as they are so pretty.

lydia jordan said...
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lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
A great way to use the die cuts, you are very generous in your givaways.
Enjoy your roast dinner.
Lydia
X

utilitygirl said...

We can never have too many snowflakes.
These look lovely.
Enjoy your roast dinner Christine.

Diane said...

Ooh they are lovely snowflake dies......I don't think I have any snowflakes in my vast collection......yet!

Carole Z said...

They are gorgeous!!! Enjoy your lunch! Hugs Carole Z XX

Stamping Bubbles said...

Hi Christine
Just managed to get an internet connection, check in with you and find that you are doing a giveaway. How exciting - a holiday and a competition.
Enjoy your Sunday roast. I am off for a paddle in the sea in the sunshine - hooray
Take care
Lesley

Jackie Durrant said...

The garland you have made is so nice so easy to forget making projects and only think of cards. Enjoy your roast! Best wishes Jackie x

hazel young said...

Lovely die set and love the garland you made. What a great use. We have roast dinner today too. Love Sundays xx hazel

jdunkley said...

Awww. Very pretty dies. They aren't too 'Christmassy' and so they look very versatile. What a great idea to use them on the string for the parcel. Inspirational as always Christine xx

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
The snowflakes look really lovely.
Thank you for a chance to win the dies.
I hope you enjoy your Sunday roast.
Take care. x.

nattyboots said...

Hi Christine
What lovely dies and a great idea to add to the parcel,
enjoy your Roast you lucky girl.
Take Care
Elaine H X

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine, Very pretty snowflakes love them, Enjoy your dinner. love Jean Z xxx

KathR said...

Well at the moment, apart from the temp, it might as well be winter here in Scotland, but at least it's the perfect excuse to hide away in my craft room and make a start on my winter/ Christmas cards..lol..
Thank you for the chance to win these beautiful dies, they would make a great addition to my collection...
Hugs Kath fae a dreich Scotland..xx

Christine Caple said...

It's really spooky, but as this page came up on my computer, my OH at the other end of the room, and had no chance of seeing, started singing a christmas carol!!

Anonymous said...

Hi Christine,
Hope all is well in tge Emberson household, and a lovely sunny Sunday to you all. I love these dies you can make so much with them, and the chance to win a set is awsome Thanks. Karen from Durham xx

maci234 said...

these snowflakes are perfect would love to win

christi said...

very cute snow flakes. I could give them a new home, no sweat. ok maybe a little sweat be cause it's hot here. love to rehome them here. thanks for the chance.

Maureen Killen said...

Hello Christine,
Enjoy your roast lunch at mam's, there's nothing like a mother's cooking.
Are you doing a Charity Kit this month? Have I missed something?
Maureen xxx

Bejay Roles said...

Hi Christine,
What beautiful snowflakes. I would be 'over the moon' if I were the lucky winner! I'm really rather jealous of your Sunday Roast today...mine is going to be pasta lol. Living on my own I don't usually bother with a roast, except on my birthday and at Christmas, so I'm sitting here drooling at the thought of you not only enjoying yours but not having to cook it yourself. If I were your side of the country I'd have been a stowaway and would have begged to join you lol.
Good luck everyone!!
xx

Heidis Kagesjov said...

Hi Christine.

Those snowflakes would also look really pretty as ornaments on the Christmas tree. I'd love to win them.

Have a nice sunday with the family.

Heidi

Jennifer Haden said...

Those snowflakes are lovely, I could see them being beautiful on a tree or tied on festive ribbon to make a swag. Very beautiful, thank you so much for offering them x

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, Enjoy your roast dinner, well done Mum.
These snowflakes are really lovely, I was wondering about the shape with loops on each end, ahhhhh now I know how to use it, thank you for the chance to win these lovely dies.
Lots of love from Patricia xx

Toni said...

What a lovely idea Christine. Lovely snowflake die. Thank you for the chance to win xx

Wendy L said...

So pretty Christine, xxx

Anonymous said...

Clean, simple and effective. Very useful dies to add to a collection.

Liz

SusanP, Kent said...

I remember this. Looks fab with kraft paper and twine. I'm not ready to get Christmassy yet though. Really, really not.

Lisaerica said...

Christine,
I have somewhat of a snowflake obsession, shhh did I say that out loud, lol. No really I do. Swarovski puts out a new crystal one every year since around 1998, they're magnificent. My mom bought me one every year since 1998 and I display them on a gold metal Christmas tree, only at Christmas time. They'd be displayed all year if my husband didn't nag me to put them away, lol. My mom passed away two years ago and the first Christmas I had a hard time taking them out, It was a reminder that my last snowflake would be from 2012. To my surprise my mom spoke with her sister and told her that she must keep that tradition going, so my aunt took over for mom. Well enough about that. I'd love to win the snowflake set, oh the possibilities. I love your cards, always clean and so elegant, thanks for inspiring and the chance to win.

Sharon said...

Hello Christine, the giveaway dies are lovely and I would love to give them a new home.
Best wishes Sharon xx

Lesley Thomas said...

All the snowflake designs have been super, I have a good collection of them now, but not this set. Love the baubles in the sand! Great image!

barbara macaskill said...

What an awesome set of dies!!! I really love how you used them on the gift!!! Simple yet oh so pretty!!! Thanks for the chance to win them! I would give them a very good but busy lifestyle!! LOL

Charlotte Zweigoron said...

Wow!! With a little help from my techie husband, I am finally able to submit a post on your blog... I had to hit the shift key as I clicked on "Submit A Comment". Been trying for ages to simply click on "Submit A Comment" and it never worked. I would love to win this lovely die! Are you sure you want to give it away?

karenlotty said...

These are lovely They make a lovely garland on a parcel I particularly like that the set has variety and different sizes I would love love love to win

Elaine said...

Fabulous idea ! And awesome die. Made my 1st Xmas card the other day. Hope you have had a great weekend x

Valerie said...

Hi Christine, just like you I am starting to think of Christmas, not long now!!! What a lovely die, would be really useful. Hope you had a good week end. Love Valerie

paula Rawlinson said...

Hi Christine
Can't wait to see you at the Burleydam again in September. Loving this card, I haven't started my christmas cards yet I should really start soon, Hope you had a good weekend. Love Paula

Liz Turnbull said...

Hi Christine, love the shapes in these snowflake dies, it's really lovely of you to give us crafters the chance to win such a lovely set of dies. Hope you have enjoyed your roast dinner, one of my favourite meals!
Regards Liz.

LoraineC said...

Hope you enjoyed your roast!!! What a beautiful day. Love the way you have used the snowflake on the parcel, have a good week x

CraftyJo said...

Lucky you to have a mum to cook for you :) I would love one of my mum's roast dinners but that's long past. Oh well, now I get to do it instead although today we went out on our motorbike and I didn't bother cooking for anyone :) Love those snowflakes and the way you've used them on the package is really cute.

Ruth Harwood said...

hope you enjoyed your day, and your roast! love the snowflakes :)

ChrisH said...

Beautiful decoration on the package, such a good idea! Lovely as always Christine

Best wishes
Chris Harrison

clairew137 said...

These are pretty.

Bernie said...

These dies are lovely. They would make beautiful Christmas cards.
Thank you for the chance to win.

Ann said...

Hi Christine

Gorgeous snowflake dies I love how you have used them on the parcel also they would

make very pretty snowflake window dressing I think.

Thankyou for sharing and giving us a chance to win the beautiful dies.

Hugs Annxxx X

Vickie Jackson said...

Oh wow, these look so cool! They really help to make a parcel stand out :)

Craftychris said...

These look gorgeous on the package, they make it really special! xxx

michaelaeloise said...

These are really lovely, our colour theme is red and white and these would match perfectly. Thanks for the chance x

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