Thank you for your patience. this was all meant to happen last week and life just sort of crept up on me, and before I knew it I missed my own deadline so here we are a week later, but who's really counting?!
So without more ado ...
First of all for my announcement. I am happy to tell you that I have a new selling place.
There's a lot of new stuff up on show and there will be more coming as we lead up to Christmas. in fact until the close of the giveaway there'll be something almost each day. I hope you get the time to have a look around and tell me what you think.
My giveaway is of course a shameless device for getting you to check out my shop! But it's also a pleasure to offer a gift to a winning reader. I know it's been said a million times before but I do love to blog: I love the comments you leave me; I love the fact that people read me from all over the world; I love the special contacts that develop - unpredictable, but always a real joy; Thank you all, thank you.
My giveaway gift is in two parts. First a gift from my vintage linen in the shape of a small but pretty French tablecloth, and paired with this is are two Christmas stockings, made from vintage linen and vintage cotton passementerie. The stockings are part of the new items in my shop, made especially for the Holiday season. The two that I'm giving away are finished with designs borrowed from Graphics Fairy to whom I pass on my thanks - again!
So here's how it works.
Leave a comment, and tell me you're a follower, even if you only just joined up, that's your first entry
Tweet or post about my giveaway, or put up my button, come back and tell me : a second entry
Visit my new store and come back and tell me what you think and you have three entries!
I've failed in my attempt to put automatic numbers on my comments so for individual
entries please remember to leave separate comments.
I am linking this post to Graphics Fairy Brag Monday
to Marketplace Monday at Finding Fabulous
French Obsessions at Chateau des fleurs
A big thank you to these girls for each providing such a generous show place.
PS The Brocante buttons in this post and on my sidebar were kindly crafted for me by Julie at Being Ruby. Thank you Jules!