~~ Firstly, the wonderful Floss from Troc, Broc and Recup has her first anniversary give-away, for some gorgeous vintage lovelies, go here to enter - hurry, hurry, you only have until the 24th of Feb. International entries accepted. Woohoo!
~~ Then, I Purr-Furr to Craft (don't you just love that name!) mentioned that Park City Girl is hosting a fabulous fabric give-away - go here. It doesn't mention whether outside of OZ entries are accepted, or at least I couldn't find where it said it. Also the entry requirements are a bit long winded, but hey, it's a great fabric package, who doesn't need more fabric??
Well it does seem the last word is on blog give-aways is:
http://bloggiveaways.blogspot.com/ (who can resist this site!?)
but I'm sure not everyone is here, so
Does anyone know of any other wonderful give-aways in blogosphere?
If you do, just leave them in comments, and I will add them to this post, and link back to your blog too.
Let's share the love
now, for some more giveaways:
~~ Sonia from Sunday's Child is having a give-away to celebrate her 50th post - congrats Sonia!
This one is for the littlies...A really cute and versatile baby girl's / toddler's reversible pinafore, and hair accessories. Go to her blog here to enter.
Sonia is also giving up to 3 entries on this prize, but you only have until the 25th, so quick smarty pants to it!
~~ One for the light-hearted, The Rusted Chain is giving away a gorgeous stamped 'chick' necklace...you pick what kind of chick you are! I think I would be a coffee chick. Go here.
~~ for those facebook fans, Chrisy from Art Decadence has started a Facebook group called - Blog Giveaways; List Yours Here!
Thanks to Julie from Tractor Girl for this info.
and to market...
the lovely Barbara from Pale Blue World has told me that for those lucky people who are going to be in Abbotsford, (Victoria) on the weekend, the Shirt and Skirt Market is on this Sunday. Channel nine is going to be gracing the old convent grounds with their presence. Barbara also tells me that the bread from the old bakery convent is not to be missed! Ah, sigh, there are times that I wished I still lived in Victoria! It sounds like an amazing venue for a market.
You really should see the beautiful and unique tapestry/patchwork/cushions that she is making and taking with her to this market! They are very lovely, and she is one clever chickadee. Go to her blog here.