Monday, December 3, 2012

Mousehouse Christmas Giveaway 2012

Once again I've had lots of fun making and gathering up a few goodies to say a big thank you for reading 'mousehouse' this year- I really appreciate you all! It's been a really busy year with Amelie starting school which dramatically reduced my crafting time (and I thought I'd have more time when she was at school...) and Jack becoming a very busy toddler so my blog posts aren't quite as prolific as they used to be so thank you for still reading! Also a big thank you to all of you that like and comment on my facebook page- I have really enjoyed using my facebook page this year to connect with readers and share ideas.  So here are my Christmas treats for one lucky reader...
* a fat quarter of Riley Blake's Santa's Workshop "White Santa Snowflake" fabric
* an Owl topper pencil
* a Birdy notepad
* A mousehouse waterproof make-up purse
* 4 sheets of Cath Kidston stickers and labels
* a roll of green/white striped washi tape
* a toadstool eraser and pencil sharpener
* 5 metres of christmas coloured bakers twine
* a Babushka christmas decoration
The giveaway is open internationally so anyone can enter- entries will close Wed 12th Dec. To enter all you have to do is leave a comment telling me where you are from. If you would like to you could tell me something you like doing in your hometown/city in the lead up to Christmas - maybe it's going berry picking at a favourite orchard, ice skating at a local rink, going to an annual Christmas market... I'm just really interested in where you're from, how you celebrate christmas in your part of the world or something fun to do in your hometown! (I have a bit of the travelling bug at the moment so can live vicariously through your comments ;) Anyone can comment (and I've taken that word verification thing off) and if you don't have a blog you can comment as an anonymous user- just make sure you leave your email address in the comment. 
I would love to be able to use my Facebook page for you to enter the giveaway by leaving a comment on there but after reading their huge list of rules I can't see how I can (if you know how to let me know!) However if you share this giveaway post on Facebook and let me know in the comment section here you'll get another entry! (I'm pretty sure that's allowed!)
So leave a comment to enter - if you're a Facebook liker as well leave another comment for another chance to win, and if you share the giveaway on your blog, facebook or pinterest leave another comment to let me know. 
Thank you so much again for reading mousehouse and I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas.
Megan x

107 comments:

nzgreenbuttons said...

Beautiful giveaway! We are going to the twilight evening at the Howick Historical Village this year, we went to the motat one last year. Going out with little ones in the evening is something special we like to do. I'm from Auckland! :)

nzgreenbuttons said...

I'm a facebook liker too :)

Squiggling About said...

Hi, I am from the Uk and we also go on the father Christmas train in Castle headingham. It's not a very long ride but the father Christmas is ever so funny and always makes us laugh. Happy Christmas to you and your family Sarah x

Stella Rutherford said...

cute giveaway! We are heading into our nearest town to visit the santa grotto, next week. We also have Mainly Music and Playcentre Christmas parties, and the local Santa parade soon. So much Christmassy goodness! Love it!

Kate said...

Aggghhhh - what a lovely giveaway Megan. Where I am from we make very good tea so you will have to pop in and try it one day. Feel free to bring along the kids too!
Love Kate xxooxx.

carolyn abraham said...

Hi i am from new zealand and i am a facebook liker

Charlotte said...

I'm from Christchurch, NZ but currently live in New Plymouth. Thanks for this chance to win and all the best for 2013!

Hoggle said...

Ohhh cute give-away!
We have recently moved back to NZ after a long time in the UK so are getting used to summer xmas again!! It will definitely involve pick-your own berries (ridiculously excited). Also looking to create our own christmas traditions now we have a little one!

Charlotte said...

I have "pinned" this too. Thanks

Charlotte said...

and I like you on Facebook. I forgot to say in my last post that my new favourite tradition since moving to New Plymouth is to go and cut our own tree. We have a trip planned for next weekend.

clare said...

I'm from Nelson :) It always feels like summer/christmas when family start arriving for holidays with us, and we eat lots of berries and local smoked fish and a drink or two! I'm so looking forward to taking my girls (!) to christmas carols xx

smilie said...

Thanks for the giveaway Megan. Boy you do have style which is why I follow along. I'm in Pukerua Bay, north of Middle Earth on the coast. (Actually Peter Jackson was brought up here). As my husband is Dutch yesterday we celebrated SinterKlaas with the Dutch Wellington Community. This is a different celebration from Santa. Lucky kids get x2 December celebrations.

smilie said...

I've pinned it too.

smilie said...

and shared on facebook. Pretty keen to win...

Aiga said...

Hi Megan, thank you for such an interesting blog! I'm from Latvia but we live in Sweden for couple of years now. Back home we'd go to the nearest forest, put up candles on a Christmas tree, have tee and cookies with us, would sing and chat, and have a good time.

Anonymous said...

I love your site and I am a facebook fan too. Such a cute little give away, would be lots of crafty use fun for myself and my gorgeous girls (age 2 and 5). We have a busy family Xmas planned and lots of Xmas parties to attend. In Roxburgh, New Zealand where I live we have Xmas in the Park just before Xmas, it is a fun family day. The countdown to Santa is on!

gem.mcneish@gmail.co.nz

Anonymous said...

I'm from Timaru, NZ and we always go down to the Caroline Bay Carnival during the christmas/new year period to ride the Merry Go Round and other carnival rides and see some of the evening performances. I'm a facebook liker too. I don't have a blog but my email address is fortyfive.south@yahoo.co.nz. Love your blog, esp the dollshouse and playhouse!

http://whenigrowup-ajugglingact.blogspot.com/ said...

I we live in Hawkes Bay. We have lots of little Christmas traditions in our family but the nicest by far are making things for the people in our lives that do things for us all the time in their quiet ways. Teachers, posties and neighbours to name a few. It's in giving that we receive!

Cori said...

I am from Bellevue, WA (near Seattle). I enjoy going to our city's botanical gardens light display...it is amazing and so festive.

Hayley said...

What a beautiful giveaway! We are from Oamaru, NZ.
You inspired me to make christmas stockings for my kids this year (infact, your christmas stockings were one of the things that made me want to start sewing about this time last year) and I can't wait to get the stockings out each year for santa to fill.
Each year over christmas and new years we head down to Moeraki for about a week and play at the beach and take the kids fishing, it is such a wonderful place and a I know it will make great memories for the kids.

Rachel L K said...

Hi I'm Rachel from the west coast of canada, it rains alot here, and sometimes we get snow this time of year. My favorite tradition is going tree hunting in the back country up in the mountains! Also drinking lots of eggnog, they make good eggnog in Canada!

Rachel L K said...

I also like you on Facebook!

Alisa said...

I am from Invercargill, NZ.

We usually try and get around all the christmas lights on night. Plus we have a hot chocolate, smores, christmas movie night in our lounge with matresses on the floor and sleeping bags.

We have lots of little fun traditions. :)

Jane said...

Gorgeous giveaway Megan :). Thanks for all of the inspiration this year. Without your ideas we wouldn't have our beautiful Christmas advent calendar bunting on the wall. My kids loving finding out what is in each pocket every morning. Enjoy the holiday season. Jane

Jess B said...

I'm from Hamilton and Christmas is one of my favourite times of year! The kids and I enjoyed putting up the tree of Saturday (now we just have to keep the 'baby' (15mo) from destroying it) and we're planning a late night drive through one of the suburbs that is 'famous' for it's many houses with lots of Christmas lights. Also looking forward to our annual week-long holiday to Papamoa in 2 weeks!

Miriam said...

We are finding all sorts of ways to build up to Christmas this year mainly the things I love baking, singing carols together, sharing family time. Your giveaways are always SO beautiful!

Leonie said...

Gorgeous giveaway as usual! I'm from SA, but been living in Auckland for almost half my life! We love decorating, watching Christmas movies, singing and reading stories. And baking and eating and merry festivities that go along with it of course! Good luck with the busy house! Mine is in a similar state! :)

Hey Mickey said...

Love reading your crafty blog and facebook updates. I am from Hamilton, back from a couple of years living in the islands. Will be making the most of all the local Christmas events with the kids - Hamilton is meant to be THE Christmas city :)

Andria said...

I'm from Emlenton, Pennsylvania, USA. You're blog is just lovely!

Andria said...

I've "liked" your facebook page also :)

A little bit Country said...

This is a gorgeous giveaway! I'm from Gisborne. I enjoy the Christmas decorating, craft and baking in the lead up to the big day and the parties that my other half and I can goto without the kiddies in tow! Elaina xo

Remaliah said...

I love your blog! I've had a lot of inspiration from you. We've just moved to New Zealand from Switzerland so this will be my first summer Christmas for 8 year, and my husband and daughters' first...we're pretty excited about that! Just celebrating with all of our family together, which will include a very new baby who is now overdue! Thanks so much for your generosity to do this!

Remaliah said...

I'm a facebook liker too :)

Alyna Higgs-James said...

I'm in sunny Nelson, but were are down the West Coast for Christmas, we will be celebrating with tents and a big hangi this year

Max said...

Lovely giveaway-especially like the wee birdy notebook (?) i just saw a diy mobile that looks just like it on 'the house that lars built' blog that im going to make tonight. Im in nz via the north of england, we shall be having a turkey with all the trimmings to remind me of home, and then campung and fishing in the hurunui backcountry for the kiwi side of me. Merry christmas to you and yours megan x

happylittlekiwi.com said...

What a beautiful giveaway! I'm from Auckland, this year is our first Christmas back in NZ, we will be spending it with family again which I'm really excited about! Also taking my daughter to check out all the Christmas lights on Frankin Rd this weekend which I'm sure she will love! Hope you have a Merry Christmas :)

alliemarie said...

From good 'ol Sioux Falls, South Dakota!!
allie.wurgler@gmail.com

alliemarie said...

Facebook fan!
allie.wurgler@gmail.com

becky_tee said...

OOO lovely goodies- we're in Christchurch, we're having our family over for Christmas lunch at our house this year- the first time I've ever hosted- I'm hoping it will be pretty stress free- and NO SHAKES two days before hand! : )

Sarah said...

I live in the USA and just took my daughter to see the NEw York City Ballet's performance of the Nutcracker! Also love your blog and would love to win! :)

nat_isabel said...

I'm live in Australia, an hour from Sydney. (:

Every christmas there is a suburd right near me with the best Chrstmas lights, so I always walk around there one night near Christmas and feel peaceful and happy. (: It's amazing.

Also, I used to live near the beach, and now is the best time to go, so near Christmas I always gear up the amount of trips there.

Facebook 'liker'.

Thanks for the chance. Great site!

nat_isabel(AT)hotmail(DOT)com

Kimberley Atkinson said...

Gorgeous giveaway - so generous of you! I do the Christmas baking but my boys of 9/11/14 are no longer into any traditions and consider themselves too old and cool for Santa, parades etc! We will drive around and look at lights etc but that will probably be it apart from buying a real tree.
In Auckland.

Lara said...

HI Megan

Only discovered your blog after moving to brisbane , QLD from Half Moon Bay , auckland. I just love your blog it inspires me and give me ideas. Thanks for sharing it with all of us.
I also have liked your page on facebook

lara

knitgirl66 said...

What a beautiful and generous giveaway. We are in New South Wales in Australia - hopefully we will enjoy sunshine and clear days at Christmas so that we can visit the beach and spend lots of family time near the water.

MissMollyCoddle said...

Hey Meghan, cute giveaway. We'll be going to our local Santa shop to purchase this years tree decoration, but will also be making some with Eden. Am thinking of trying some bread dough ones with her.

Naturally Carol said...

I'm from Gympie, Queensland..in Oz. I love to drive the streets and look at Christmas lights on Christmas Eve and during the day look out for the beautiful red poincianna trees which dot the city. I also love to drink cappucinos out of all those lovely special Christmas cups!

Jessica Helen said...

Lovely giveaway :) and i love your blog.. always so beautiful and inspiring! We've just moved to a new town, so looking forward on finding fun christmassy stuff to do here!

Emma said...

Lovely blog! I live in Wellington but am originally from England, came to NZ via a few years in Scotland and a couple of other countries along the way. So we have picked up many different Christmas traditions. Changing hemispheres has been wonderful but Christmas is always a little strange. So we have a little from all the places we have passed through in our lives and it gets more interesting every year!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful giveaway, so cute. I am from New Zealand, we have a family BBQ if the weather is good, go for a swim and chill out.

hueisei said...

Beautiful giveaway! I am from Malaysia :D

hueisei said...

I am a FB fan

d-scott said...

Im from NZ and am a fb liker too.

Anonymous said...

What a lovely giveaway :) We have recently moved to Chch, so this is our frist christmas here, so will be checking out all the goings on here; a christmas grotto next week, christmas carols and baking in the weeks to come.

Also wanted to let you know, really love your blog! I have just finished my daughters dollshouse which was inspired by yours! Her 3rd birthday is on Wed, so very excited for her to see all the hardwork, I don't know how I'm going to cope with her throwing all the wee bits around it looks so pretty!!!
Found your starting a blog tips handy also, think I will start one in the new year.
Have a great christmas :)
Katherine

Anonymous said...

I am also a FB liker :)
k.c.clarke@hotmail.com

milliestar said...

Oh my lord - this is the most gorgeous, gorgeous giveaway - warms the cockles of my heart just looking at it.

In terms of Christmas preparation we have been making Pomanders with oranges and cloves to make the house smell all Christmassy. We also made our own Advent Calendar this year - what fun we have had the last few days using it.

Thank you for your generosity and for your beautiful blog I get so much pleasure and inspiration from perusing it. I have my fingers and toes firmly crossed - I would just love to pop this under my tree as a present to myself :)

milliet@xtra.co.nz

milliestar said...

I'm a Facebook follower too!

d-scott said...

Oops my email is donnalobrien@hotmail.com. Thank you

Gill said...

Fabulous giveaway!
I'm from the UK - looking forward to some snow - or at least some respite from the rain of the last few weeks!
gillwatson at mailbox dot co dot uk

Cristela Baldwin said...

Hi Megan, cute giveaway! I am originally from Venezuela, lived in the US for many years, married an US citizen and now we and or two sons live in Zürich, Switzerland, yes, very multicultural family like many today. We like to decorate our tree together, bake, use our fire place a lot, go ice skating, sledding, skiing/snowboarding, go to Christmas markets, shopping(me ;-) during Christmas time.

Cristela Baldwin said...

I am now a Facebook follower too! As a good graphic designer I had to! you are VERY creative! :-)

Cristela Baldwin said...

I also just shared your cute Christmas giveaway on my Facebook page :-)

Liz Ludlow said...

I am from lower hutt,new zealand and came via themuckymacbook! :-)

Anonymous said...

wow just page, found this through a friend and like you on facebook

Audrey said...

Hi, I am from Curitiba, Brazil. Summer is around the corner, school year about to end. Streets are getting brighter with christmas lights, lots of public presentations around town. Funny thing is that snowman and snowflakes are sold together with all the decorations, but we only got snow here in one historical day in which I wasnt even born.
Anyways, besides putting up the christmas tree (artificial, of course) and starting two advent calendars with my girls, I spent a lot of time putting the lights out in our balconies. It is beautiful! But the huge plan in going to the beach right after christmas, to enjoy the sun and hopefully get some tan!
Hope I win, thanks for the giveaway!

Rachel said...

Lovely giveaway, Megan.
I am from Tauranga, but this year we are having Christmas at the family bach near Auckland and we are looking forward to going to a little seaside village on Christmas Eve with our cousins to sing carols by candlelight.

fresh modern said...

I'm from the Chicago land area. We go downtown to see the lights along the Magnificent Mile and the Daley Center Plaza giant Christmas tree. Downtown is so beautiful in the winter season during the holidays!

fresh modern said...

I'm a FB followewr also

fresh modern said...

Posted the fun giveaway on Pinterest!

Louise said...

Wow, what a great giveaway! I live in Lower Hutt, but we are spending Christmas with my family in Rotorua this year. I'm still putting up a tree at home though - I love decorating for Christmas! Something new for me this year is Christmas bunting inspired by your beautiful advent bunting. For me Christmas in NZ always has to involve berries, stonefruit, bubbly and the beach :)
I am a facebook liker and have also shared it on my timeline.

Snapdragon said...

Hi, I've just returned from 3 years living in the UK (where I discovered Cath Kidston and became an instant fan) so won't be travelling far from my family this year. My nana is a mad card maker and my little niece loves it too so I've planned a day around my nana's dinner table making decorations and cards for people for Christmas. Your prize will certainly be well received and put to good use :)

shay.schlaepfer@gmail.com

tartankiwi said...

A lovely giveaway as always Megan!
I'm from Edinburgh, but live in Christchurch these days. As you can imagine, Christmas over here is fairly different to what I grew up with. I remember a great family day in front of an open fire, a turkey dinner, relatives around us, doing jigsaws and over eating.
Over here its less formal but still lots of fun. Both Christmases have a lot to say for them!

hueisei said...

Thanks for the lovely giveaway! I am from Malaysia. We celebrating Christmas by having a gathering with friends and family :D

hueisei said...

I am a FB liker :D

Anonymous said...

Love your blog! Fantastic give-away.
Lori from a smallish town an hour N.E. of Vancouver, Canada.

Anonymous said...

Oops, sorry, forgot the email address: pippijackson@gmail.com
Thanks,
Lori from near Vancouver, Canada

Rachel T said...

Lovely giveaway!
We live in London, and love to celebrate Christmas by going to the centre of town to see the amazing lights in Regent Street and Oxford Street. Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park was pretty wonderful last year, too...

Stacey said...

Lovely giveaway, and I love your blog too. We're from Wellington, NZ and will be having a very low key Christmas this year as we have a baby due a couple of days beforehand. Hopefully there'll be time for a bbq in the sun :)

mila + cuatro said...

I live in Auckland but grew up in the Bay of Plenty. My family live in the South Island and we usually spend Christmas with them but this year we're having it at home. We'll be picking fresh berries from our berry patch on Christmas morning then going camping on Boxing Day. I can't wait!!

Jo said...

Hi Megan. Thanks for your interesting and inspiring blog this year. We live in Wellington. As a teacher, I've started a christmas tradition of making one or two decorations with our now 4 year old. Great keepsakes. Hopefully this year she'll be able to stay up late enough one night to go and see some of the christmas lights! Wishing you a lovely Christmas.

PolyCraftual said...

Hi, I'm in Wellington. I'm looking forward to a Christmas where my daughter is old enough to appreciate it. I'm hoping she'll help me with baking, which will probably mean running around cleaning up where she was licking the spoon..... :)

Kay said...

Gorgeous blog! I'm from Hamilton and I love to push bike out to a strawberry farm and pick strawberries for Christmas dinner.

Maria said...

Hi, Megan!
I am always reading your blog, going back and forth between old posts... I just love both your crafts and your sensible approach to life :)
Christmas... mmm... you see, I haven't been home for Christmas for years. Big bad travel bugs on this side of the world.
This year I'm going with my boyfriend to see his family in Italy; they celebrate with a lunch on the 25th. Primo piato, secondo piato, cheese, dolce, more primo, more secondo, more cheese, more dolce, and it just goes on for hours.

celivicto(at)yahoo(dot)fr said...

Hello!
I'm in FRANCE. We began to decorate our home last week-end with lights. My daughter, who is 3 years old, really enjoys it!
Have a lovely Christmas!

Leah said...

Hi Megan, what a generous giveaway! It doesn't seem very Christmassy here in Wellington just yet as the weather has been pretty rotten. Fingers crossed it will be fabulous for Christmas day! I'm hosting for the very first time and am already starting to wake up in the middle of the night panicking about turkeys!! I have to say that I am hugely looking forward to setting up a long line of tables through the middle of my dining room/living room and having a giant family feast. A perfect opportunity to use the vintage champagne glasses I picked up at the op shop recently - yay!!

Have a fab week hon. Hope the weather is better in your part of the country!
Leah
xx

Sophie Slim said...

Yay count me in!

i'm in Christchurch, the shaky city, and I love it here! Its blowing a nor-wester here today, something no one else gets! (where the wind comes off the hills and blows really really warm air! it also creates a huge cloud arch in the sky! amazing!)

I'm so thrilled to have found your blog this year, thank you for being a part of the Sisterhood and being so generous as well! :)

xx

Vanessa at Rescued Goods said...

Awesome giveaway! I am from Maine, and love it here. Every year, we find a holiday tree on our land.

Katie said...

Hi Megan - what a lovely lot of goodies! Thanks for the chance to win :-)
We are currently living in Wellington, NZ and I am looking forward to the Santa Parade this coming weekend and also a visit to the Kirkcaldie's Christmas Shop!
Originally I'm from Essex in the South-East of England so our Christmas' there were cold and wintery. Something I can remember doing there growing up was visiting my Nan's house on Christmas Eve and we all used to play cards!

Katie said...

I'm a Facebook liker :-)

Katie said...

And I pinned your giveaway post to my Festiveness Pinterest board :-)

Jacqui Delaney said...

I love mail that's not just bills, so Thankyou for the chance to win some lovely goodies! I'm from Victoria Australia and we love driving around at night finding great Christmas light displays. There is also plenty of baking with my kids before the big day.

Mary said...

I'm from Melbourne. We love Christmas at our house and have lot's of traditions. I love having Christmas music playing whist we decorate the house and do Christmas baking.

Mrs. LIAYF said...

Hullo! We are in Seattle! For Christmas we always ride the holiday carousel downtown, deliver letters to the red Santa mailbox at Macy's, pick names off the neighborhood tree to get gifts for kids in need, and (if we are lucky) take the sled to the steep streets near our house for sledding!

This year our family added a new baby girl (she's just 5 weeks old), so we will have to add some new traditions!

mrschlosser said...

I'm an American living in Switzerland. The (artificial) tree goes up the week after Thanksgiving as a nod to my US roots, and today we made sweet dough men decorated with raisins as a nod to one of the Swiss traditions.

Lesley said...

Lovely giveaway... wow I've read lots of those comments up there - such diversity! We live in the foothills of the Waitakere Ranges, west of Auckland. The children love their advent calendars and the countdown to Christmas. A favourite thing for me is getting the vege garden going during this time of year, new potatoes and other delicious produce for the Christmas table. We do a lot of baking, and try out new recipes.

Lesley said...

I'm a FB liker too!

Dianna Townsend said...

Hello,
I live in small rural community in Southwest Missouri which is nestled in the middle of the beautiful Missouri Ozarks. Though we live in a small rural area there are many activities this time a year to keep one busy. Most towns have there own little Christmas parade in which local churches, schools, businesses and individuals enter floats. Locals line the streets, float riders through candy and all the children run to gather up their fair share. If you were to attend all the local Christmas parades you would most likely see the same floats over and over. However, it is still a great time. School plays and Christmas concerts are also a big hit. Our community host an annual Parent Teacher Org. Christmas Bizarre each year in the High School gym. Each year we take the time to drive through a local park to view the lights and scenery that local businesses sponsor. Living in a small town does not offer large scale displays with lots of hoopla. However, the large scale effort of a few people create many simple hometown events that provide lots of Christmas joy.

Thank you for your generosity. I have a little grand daughter who is budding into quite the little crafter, crocheter, and seamstress who love your gift.

Have a blessed Christmas.

Dianna Townsend said...

I also liked your Facebook page today. It too is beautiful

Dianna Townsend said...

In addition to liking your FB page, I also commented on your post about the give away. Thank you again.

Dianna Townsend said...

I shared your give way on my FB timeline. Thank you for your beautiful offer.

ayngela said...

What a GORGEOUS giveaway!! I live in Christchurch, NZ and one of my fave things to do with my family around Christmas time is drive around looking at all the gorgeous Christmas lights at night! I love seeing the look on my wee mans face :-)

Gingham Skies said...

Hello! I'm from Ontario, Canada. About an hour south of Toronto.

Your posts always make me smile. :)

shez said...

wow i have just discovered your blog and i am now a happy follower,what a lovely place to come to visit.xx

Anonymous said...

Hi!My name is Jenna and I'm from a smallish town near the Drakensberg in sunny South Africa!Christmas at our house involves tree decorating(complete with tinsel fights), baking traditional and South African treats with the nephews and nieces,lots of braai's(barbeques),watermelon and swimming.We cook Christmas meals as a family and enjoy festive movies like The Grinch,The Santa Clause and the not-so-seasonal Dudley-Do-Right!They never get old!There is always too much food,followed by a solid nap and then it gets done all over again!You can reach me at jjules@wiselink.co.za .

Megbud said...

I'm in Auckland, and will be off to the Carol's by Glowstick at Vector on Sunday.

Marina said...
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Kay said...

Hi, I live in Lincoln, England. Lincoln has the largest christmas market in England and it is held over 4 days in the grounds of Lincoln castle. All of the stallholders dress up in christmas or victorian clothing and it is just beautiful. Thank you for sharing a lovely giveaway.
ks(dot)eyles(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

Carolyn said...

Gorgeous giveaway prize! I live just "up the road" in the BOP. I love going to church on Christmas Eve, and also attending a good Carol Service or similar. On Christmas Day we'll be at a local beach with lovely friends, fab food & a beautiful location!

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