Hey! I'm so glad that you liked my first Crafting Hero Interview, and thanks for your kind comments. I'll be holding these interviews for the life of the blog...more about that in a minute.
Mmm...lately this blog has become a bit of a free-for-all freebie site. The thing is, that these draws perform two useful functions; the first is I can ask you for your valuable opinions about stuff, and secondly I hope the lure of a freebie will mean that you good people won't abandon this me/this blog whilst I try my flipping hardest to get through all this work I have to do (I would love to have more time to sew bags, dammit!
I apologize for my being thin on the ground with replies to your comments - I really do appreciate each one, and I get a thrill from getting lots of comments (like anyone else!) but I don't have as much time as I'd like to reply back. I am going to start replying back to comments by commenting on the blog instead. But if you have any questions please do email me :)
Okeydoke! I reckon your gonna LOVE the latest Amy Butler giveaway. It's a really cool Amy Butler Sew-It Kit. We all like kits, because they make ace presents and conveniently they include everything you need to make something nice. Lordy knows I'd rather keep this for myself, but that's naughty so (with a slightly heavy heart) I am giving it away to one of you good folks...
Amy Butler's new Sew-It Kit - loads of easy projects to make your home pretty.
Because I'm a such a nosey git, I had to loose the cellophane and snoop around inside the box...
Wooo! Now that's what I call Tut (tutorial) booty! Inside the box there's squillions of yummy, easy to make, and quick to please projects to pretty up your house (or someone else's house if you give this kit away as a pressie - Uh huh! Like that's gonna happen).
Each of the projects includes it's own pattern and Amy's trademark clear instructions and dreamy photos which are all printed on handy cards. There's also a sewing instruction booklet, and fabric, thread and full-sized pattern to make a cute tissue box cover all contained in a high quality keepsake box. Cool eh?
I will be giving this kit away to 1 lucky winner in a draw. If you want to be in with a chance to get your mitts on this kit simply do this:
- Please click on The Breast Cancer Site, and click on the button. There's no forms etc. you just click on the button and in doing so you are getting the sponsors of that site to pay out for mammograms to help women in need.
- AND please comment on THIS PARTICULAR POST by telling me who are your Crafting Business Heroes (they have to be involved in Craft Business in some way i.e. designing fabric, selling craft items, or written a book patterns etc.) so I can ask them them if they would like to be interviewed for your reading pleasure :) FYI Amy Butler has already agreed to be interviewed at a later date - YAY!!!!
I will draw the lucky winner in a week's time (please keep an eye out for the winner announcement because I can't contact winners, just too busy - soreeeee! an easy way to do this is to subscribe to this blog). You have until the end of 12th October. Good luck! (and thanks for mammogram clicking).
PS: I'm sorry but I can't reply to comments in draws, but each comment is important to me and I love reading each one :)