Make! by Cath Kidston. There are 48 projects in this book which use 16 of Cath Kidston's signature motifs. This book contains step by step instructions.
The Pocket Enquire Within. A guide to the niceties and necessities of Victorian domestic life. Enquire Within was first published in 1856 and was the essential guide to Victorian domestic life. The book has words of wisdom and advice on everything from entertaining and etiquette to household management. It gives a fascinating insight into the day to day life of Victorian Britain, and also contains wisdom which can be used today.
A small tin of vanilla fudge. I treated myself to one of these too and can vouch that the fudge is delicious. The pretty little tin is useful too, I'm using mine to store my pins in at the moment.
A selection of flower seeds.
All you need to do to be in with a chance of winning this little lot is leave a comment on this post. The giveaway will run until 14th of December after which time a winner will be chosen at random. I'm happy to post worldwide.
I also have a book giveaway running on The Good Life blog, so if you're interested in allotment life, head over there to be in with a chance of winning.
All that remains is for me to wish you all luck.
You are in exceptionally generous mode, aren't you? This giveaway could quite easily be four individual gifts. Please include me, the Enquire Within book looks like a great little read.ReplyDelete
oh how special you make us, you are really spoiling us, well if i win then i look forward in tasting the fudge and i shall share the seeds with the local pre-school, so fingers crossed x xReplyDelete
Some great things in your giveaway Jo. I love the sound of the Butterfly Flower seeds, never heard of them and they look pretty too.ReplyDelete
What a great and very generous giveaway - the postage will be a fortune!! I'd love to be considered. xReplyDelete
Wow Jo that is an amazing giveaway prize! How can I say no to entering with Sweetpea seeds on offer and other gorgeously gorgeous items too! Love your blogs, thanks for entertaining us all for so long xxxReplyDelete
Would love to be considered for this one too (I now feel very greedy putting my name down for both of your giveaways!!).
Oh, Jo what a lovely and generous giveaway!ReplyDelete
I particularly like the tin as it reminds me of Cornwall and such happy memories.
What terrific prizes, but please don't include me in the draw although that fudge does look rather yummy! Flighty xxReplyDelete
A giveaway that includes fudge sounds very generous and very exciting to me!ReplyDelete
I'd love to be included in the draw please... to win that is, not to be given as a prize! :)ReplyDelete
I'd like to be included please, the fudge tin is just lovely!ReplyDelete
Wow you are so generous. I've not heard of the butterfly flower seeds, so they have intrigued me. And the sleepy crafter in me is curious about the Make book, so here is hoping that if I am the lucky winner here - that sleepy crafter will awaken.ReplyDelete
I hope to do a giveaway in the near future too, but its postponed until I move home now.
All your secret vices exposed in this giveaway Jo! Crafting, gardening and fudge eating - you're a woman after my own heart! (Although I'd have to include baking as well.) Love the prizes you've chosen, especially the Cath Kidston book so, yes please, I'd like to be included in the draw!ReplyDelete
Happy anniversay!! time does fly doesn't it ;) great giveaway I'd love to be included :) I am now a follower.ReplyDelete
Bee happy x
Have a delicious day!
HI Jo, I would love to be in your draw.Fab prizes. I am a follower of yours too! We do have a lot in common too, I live in Wakefield so not too far away. You are also now in my prize giveaway!ReplyDelete
Thanks for the heads up for your giveaway,please may i be put in it.ReplyDelete
You have a very pretty and brave daughter. I hate the way i sound (like on an answerphone) But it is strange when my oh rings hes never sure if its me or my daughter on the phone.
I'm your larest follower. What an amazingly generous giveaway you're having. The tin is beautiful- for it to have fudge inside is a bonus! I also have an allotment, so I'm going to look at your allotment blog too.ReplyDelete
Wow Jo, these are lovely! I agree with Scarlet, I want the tin! haha. Please put my name forward.ReplyDelete
Lots of love,
Emma xxx xxx
Thank you for all your comments. I shall be revealing the winner of the giveaway shortly.ReplyDelete