Sunday, October 24, 2010

Want to Win This?? A Celebration Giveaway from BuntyBarmcake.co.uk

To celebrate the launch of my new shop, I thought it would be nice to have a giveaway . This is an opportunity to win one of my project packs - you could win all the items shown in the photograph:- a vintage postcard; a vintage cuff with lace and ribbon from a very small garment; a length of French edging trim with little boys and girls on it; 2 types of quality ribbon from VV Rouleaux; various other lace bits, a yo-yo with pink bow and 6 vintage buttons.

Here's how you can win!

For 1 chance of winning, leave a comment on my blog, then post about my shop, BuntyBarmcake (not my blog) on your blog / website and link back to me.

For 2 chances of winning, leave a comment on my blog, then post about my shop  BuntyBarmcake  (not my blog) on your blog / website, link back to me and become a Follower (on my blog).  {If you are already a follower of my blog (Vintage Bunty), mention it in the post and you will automatically receive a second chance of winning.}

I will draw one lucky winner  in two week's  time (Saturday 6th November at 6:00pm GMT) so please get posting!  Good Luck!

Please note that to take part in this giveaway, you must have either a blog or website plus a valid e-mail address so that I can contact you should you win. 

8 comments:

Ceeyra Catastrophe said...

hmm, i thought id already entered this, did you repost it? :p

Bunty said...

Ceeyra, you posted on my blog - this is for Floozies who might not have seen my post there!

Ceeyra Catastrophe said...

oh, ofcourse! i didnt even look to see what blog i was on, haha!
thankyou x

Laurie said...

So beautiful!

Kelly Lynn said...

Your things are beautiful! You just left a comment on my blog about my scrabble tile tacks so I followed your name and I am so glad I did!! I am following you now! Thanks!! :)

Denise said...

I have wanted to get into buttons for a long time now.I don't see anymore jars of great-grandma's buttons in antique malls anymore and I never shop on line so I'm kind of stuck.

Denise said...

My great-grandma Mimmi and her 4 sisters were seamtreses by trade. I was too young to think about buttons back then in the 50s and 60s but now I can remember jars of buttons in her sewing room. Yum

Deanna Wiseman said...

I enjoyed your blog on buttons. It reminds me of my grandmother's antique sewing machine drawers. I love rummaging through them. Peices of ribbon that she saved. Old sewing thimbles, wooden thread spools. All very precious to me. Thanks for adding some antiquity to my day.

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