***Today’s giveaway is now closed and the lucky winner, drawn by random number generator is……Dani Vilella, who left the following comment “My favorite memory is having five generations of family drawing names for gifts for each other – the results were hilarious and unforgettable!”
Congrats Dani, I will be mailing you shortly Still plenty of time to win other prizes everyone, so please keep entering***
Well we have reached Day 5 of the Giveaway, and just a quick recap of what has gone before and the giveaways you still have time to enter.
[easyazon-image-link asin=”0756651638″ alt=”Made By Me” src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/51%2Bf9F3mGwL._SL160_.jpg” align=”left” width=”123″ height=”160″]For Day 5 we have a beautiful book of crafts for kids to make, ‘[easyazon-link asin=”0756651638″]Made By Me[/easyazon-link]’ by Jane Bull. This book helps you teach your child to knit, sew and embroider and includes some lovely crafts, ones which I have to admit I would love to do myself. You can embroider a T-shirt, sew dolls, hanging softies and felt flowers and knit purses, woolly hats and so much more.
This book would also make a great Christmas gift for any little ones in your life.
I have one copy of the book to give away. Anyone can enter this giveaway, just bear in mind if you are outside the UK it may take a little longer to reach you, but I am running the competition now so that it should have plenty of time to reach anyone before the Christmas season begins in earnest.
There will be one winner chosen from the comments left below on this blog, by random number generator on Monday 5th December at 10pm GMT/6pm EDT . To enter you need to follow the two steps below, the winner will be contacted via email, but if the person doesn’t claim their prize within 7 days by providing their postal address the prize will be awarded to another person drawn randomly.
No other prizes are available and Art of Crafts’ decision on how the prize is awarded is final! Ok rules over – let’s get going!
To Be In With a Chance of Winning – Please follow these 2 steps:
Step 1: Please Like the Art of Crafts page on Facebook, which you can find here:
Step 2: Leave a comment in the comments section below telling me what is your favourite memory of Christmas as a child?
Good luck everyone!
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