Saturday, 14 November 2009

Second blog giveaway, yippee.....

This is long overdue so many apologies. My new job is taking up every spare minute I have. Anyway finally I have a day to myself to catch up on blogging and Jim Jam Sandwich :-)

I was going to do a festive blog giveaway but I have decided to leave that until early December. So that means you get an extra one now!

I have recently been inundated with orders for my brooches so I thought I would share them with my lovely blog followers. Up for grabs is one 'Cupcake' brooch and one 'I Love Tea' brooch. All you need to do to be in for a chance to win one is to become a blog follower, if you're aren't already following me, and leave a comment below this post telling me which special person you would give one of my brooches to and why.

Two winners will be randomly picked on Sunday 29th November so you've got a week to enter. Happy commenting people x


  1. These are so cute! I'd give a brooch to my sister, because after (30 something ;) ) years of only drinking coffee she has finally become a tea lover! And you can't beat tea and cake-fabby combo :) (@liz_randell)

  2. Lovely brooches. I would give the 'I love tea' one to my mum because she is 70 on Christmas day and I am giving her 70 presents!! I need help!! You can read more about my challenge on my blog. x

  3. oh pretty. I'd give the tea to friend in Sydney as she loves a big mug of tea. The cupcake one I would give to my other downunder friend in Auckland, she loves making cupcakes :)

  4. easy peasy my neighbour helen , she is an absolute angel, one of the kindest people i know and we love having a cuppa together so it would have to be the tea brooch x x x however would struggle with parting with it x

  5. Crafty Elsie you won a Cupcake card from my last blog giveaway but I had no way of getting in touch. Please send me your address so I can send it to you. I have an 'email' button on my blog x

  6. These are SO sweet (pun intended!)! I make similar items, but yours take the cake (pun also intended!).

    Thank you for sharing these, and inspiring me to get off the computer and back to my fabric and thread!