Friday, May 20, 2011

A little autumn gnome giveaway....

I love gnomes (perhaps you already know that from the title of my blog)
So I have been making some little gnomes for our autumn table


Would you like one? 
The little gnome with the yellow coat, is looking for a home.....


To enter please leave a comment by Thursday 26 May (SYD)
You do not need to have a blog to enter this giveaway
However if you follow my blog, please say so in a separate comment for a second entry
We will draw the winner from 'a hat' Friday 27 May

x

45 comments:

  1. Oh, your gnomes are DARLING! And to think that one is looking for a new home. A farm, I think. A Canadian farm :-)

    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  2. AND I'm already a follower. A follower with fingers crossed.

    Blessings...

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  3. Wow, your gnomes are so beautiful! They are so lovely to look at!! Thanks!

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  4. She's beautiful! Perhaps she'd like a home in sunny Florida. (:

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  5. awesome!!! very sweet and well made!

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  6. The little gnome with the yellow coat is welcome in our home. Your gnomes are wonderful : )

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  7. What a sweet little gnome, we would love to welcome into our home. We are moving towards summer here, and I would love a little bit of autumn to help get through the hot, humid Virginia summer. Autumn is my absolute favorite season I love looking at all of the Fall crafts going on in the Southern Hemisphere right now, so many wonderful ideas out there I am already planning fall crafts here.

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  8. And I am a follower of you wonderful blog thank you for sharing it with us!

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  9. i do so love your gnomes! all of them. how kind of you to offer one here.

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  10. i follow your beautiful blog and i love it here. ;)

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  11. wonderful! simply adore gnomes, and all my children in my small Waldorf kindergarten.Best regards!

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  12. I follow your blog, These are so sweet, cheers Marie

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  13. Adorable! I think she'll be loved wherever she goes.

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  14. She is perfect, and has a lovely sunny Autumn space for her here if she so chooses.

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  15. and íve been following your blog for a wee while now...love it...

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  16. Oohh I'd love your little gnome. I've been very keen to make some of my own

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  17. pick me, pick me! She is a bit cute. x

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  18. can't give up the chance for the follower entry. Thank you.

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  19. I've just found your blog, it's very inpiring. I'm sending the link to my sister, who also makes felted dolls. Thank you for sharing your creations, both online & in real life through this generous offer.

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  20. Lovely! Thanks for the chance.

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  21. I follow on gfc

    lovelydomesticdiva (at) gmail (dot) com

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  22. Your gnomes are adorable. Thank you for making them.!

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  23. Lovely -- what a sweet giveaway! -- Kathy at http://www.needleandspade.com

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  24. I don't use the Google following system, but I do follow your blog by subscribing to the RSS feed via Sage feed reader.

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  25. I am new to all this, but I'm loving your blog and you appear to have a truly wonderful family. Fingers crossed for my very first gnome addition to my family! :)

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  26. I've just been reading all the comments by your readers and I really think that your little one will be welcome where ever she ends up. As a busy pre-school teacher, in the mainstream system, I order a lot of wee fairy folk and the wonderful thing about receiving a gift made by someone else is actually meeting that little creature for the 1st time, then introducing it to the children who will be the ones to experience the pleasure of incorporating it into their world through their play. I tell my pre-schoolers the names of the women who made the toys they will be playing with, and what materials they used to make them, eg, 'it came from wool from a sheep'. Enjoy your crafting, Jane:)

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  27. I am already a follower but one that rarely comments - terrible that the giveaway brings me out to comment. I love your shelf in the other post - I am always so pleased to see how others arrange their homes with the beautiful toys we all craft for our kids!

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  28. and of course the wee yellow coat would be loved here!

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  29. Lovely gnomes. How about moving to Africa to live with us?

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  30. I'm a follower already. . .

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  31. She is adorable! And she would be well loved in our home :)

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