Saturday, May 7, 2011

May Giveaway - Annie's Farm Stand!!!

We Have A Winner!!!
The winner is Gina who said "OOOOOhhhhh this collection is just begging for an Irish Chain pattern! Love it!"
Hello friends!!! Thanks for being so patient AGAIN as I dealt with yet ANOTHER mini-crisis!!! And now it's time for a Giveaway. I am so in love with this new Annie's Farm Stand Collection by Lakehouse Dry Goods!!! It's on it's way here and should be arriving at the end of next week - on or around Friday, May 13. I'll let you know when it arrives. But in the meantime you can enter to win this adorable, charming and cheerful Fat Quarter Bundle.

Here's how to enter:

-Leave a blog comment for one entry. I'd really love to hear what you'd like to do with this fabric. Are you going to make a quilt, purse, dress for a little girl or what??? Do you have a specific pattern in mind??? Inquiring minds want to know!!!
-Tweet about this giveaway for another entry
-Mention this giveaway on Facebook for another entry
-Mention this giveaway on your blog for another entry
-And I know not everyone has their own blog or twitter or Facebook account.....So, you can receive an extra entry if you let me know that you e-mailed at least 3 friends about this Giveaway.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Please be sure to leave a blog comment for each additional entry that you do. For example.....leave your first blog comment about what you plan on doing with this bundle. But be sure to leave another comment saying "I tweeted this" or "I Facebooked" this so I know you get extra chances to win.

The Giveaway ends on May 31, 2011. The winner will be chosen on June 1, 2011.

Thanks for participating and thanks for all of your great comments!

Happy Sewing,
Jenny

P.S. If you're wondering, I think this fabric collection would look ADORABLE in the Easter Wishes Quilt......
Or in the State Fair by Schnibbles Quilt....


338 comments:

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Veronica Klosiewski said...

I would like to use this for charity quilts. Our guild gets quilts of all sizes together then hands them over to charity groups to give out in the fall and winter!

Veronica Klosiewski said...

I have also posted this notice to my Face book page, hope my Guild members see it and enter also!

RETRO-Fabulous Blog said...

These fabrics would make such a cute summer dress or layered skirt for a young girl!

Veronica Klosiewski said...

Just shared the link with the Flying Needles Quilt guild on Facebook, that should reach a few more than three people! Very pretty line of fabrics.

Diane N said...

I think the fabric would make a cute little tote bag!

Anonymous said...

The fabric looks great! I'm thinking about making a Dresden Plate quilt with the fabric. That is what I thought of immediately.

I am sharing this on Facebook.

Marilyn said...

The fabric looks great! I'm thinking about making a Dresden Plate quilt with the fabric. That is what I thought of immediately.

I am sharing this on Facebook

Kristy said...

LOVE this line! I'm sure I would end up using it for something for one of my girls! :)
Thanks for the fun...hope your finger is feeling better!

RETRO-Fabulous Blog said...

I tweeted: {@retrogirl02}@SewFabShop 's Fabulous Annie's Farm Stand FQ Bundle GIVEAWAY http://tinyurl.com/429jb3a

I don't use FB. =)

Melody said...

I have a daughter in law to be that I've been looking for quilt fabric for. This would be perfect

jlk said...

This fabric would make the cutest picnic quilt!

Debra said...

This looks like pinwheels waiting to happen!

Debra said...

I blogged about your Giveaway Here: http://itsmelealee.blogspot.com/p/giveaways.html

Debra said...

I tweeted @Lealee33

Debra said...

I posted on my Facebook Page!

LisaT said...

Hmm, a spring-themed wallhanging Im thinking. Thanks!

LisaT said...

Tweeted @LisaT63 thanks!

LisaT said...

Blogging about your giveaway here: http://ilovescruffydog.blogspot.com/p/giveaway-galore.html

karenfae said...

I would make a quilt with it - some type of patchwork - cute fabric
Karen
http://karensquilting.com/blog/

Pat V. said...

I've been wanting to make the cover quilt from Kim Brackett's "Scrap-Basket Sensations." I was thinking 30's prints but these FQ's would be perfect!

Cheryl said...

What a cute fabric line. I agree that the fabric would be cute in either pattern you posted.

Hope your finger is doing better! Ouch!!!

flowerofshona said...

Love the colours!!
I would like to make a lap quilt for me for a change :)

flowerofshona said...

posted on my FB page...
http://www.facebook.com/cainesdjdogs

Johanne said...

Lovely! By the way, how is your finger?
Think I would make a lap quilt with the twister ruler, tryed that pattern once and liked it a lot.

Theresa said...

Oooooo~~~ This would make a wonderful summer quilt!!!!!!

Sallie said...

I would like to make a table cloth with these fabrics. Thanks for the chance!

Sallie said...

I blogged about your giveaway at http://salliessampler.blogspot.com/2011/05/sewfabulousquiltshop-giving-away-annies.html

Karen said...

I would make a lap quilt! Thanks!

Ann Flowers said...

I would want to make a turning twenty i think the fabric colors would look so delightful in a nice blanket to cuddle. But I would have to pass us the desire to use it myself, My daughter finished her first quilt a month or so ago. She does not have fabric for a second one. so I would give it to her to make a quilt. It is so nice in the evening to have my daughter sit and sew with me:)

Ann Flowers
flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

scottylover said...

This is too cute! I'd like to make a yo-yo quilt and this would be adorable in one. Thanks for the chance to win it!

Sandy A

Ann Flowers said...

I posted on my facebook:)


Ann Flowers
flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

Ann Flowers said...

I posted about your giveaway on my blog:)


Ann Flowers
flowerscrazyq@gmail.com

Amanda said...

That's adorable. I can't sew dresses, but would love to make some baby quilts out of it! Oh my, how sweet.

Doodle Buddy said...

Oh, Jenny, so sweet and just the thing for a dress for my little great-granddaughter, ally Marie. She is the sweetest baby in the world and I have my eye on "Claire" for her!

Doodle Buddy said...

I fb'd your blog link. I want to win, win, win!

thegoose said...

Definitely a little girl dress for my nieces. Such fresh, pretty fabric!

Donna said...

I really love this new line! I think I would make all kinds of kitchen/dining room accessories with it. Place mats, hot pot holders, toaster cover, casserole carrier....the list just goes on and on...oh...yea! Just maybe incorporate it in to kitchen curtains....hmmmm....

Nancy said...

Don't have any little girls to sew for :(
So, don't know exactly what I would do...

free indeed said...

You're right about the State Fair pattern; the old timey look of these fabrics will look great in any pattern that is vintage...how about an irish chain or something else with 9 patches?

Nancy said...

I would Love to win this!! I have been making little Girl Sundresses for my Granddaughter and the Women's & Children's Shelter I volunteer at. This is so Pretty!!

Thanks, Nancy

Nancy said...

I tweeted this Give Away~

Nancy

Nancy said...

Tweeted
http://twitter.com/#!/goonyburd/status/66951910246191104

Nancy said...

Shared on FB
http://www.facebook.com/goonybird

Nancy said...

I shared the Give Away on my FB Wall!!


Nancy

Pat said...

Great give away. Sure would like to win it.

annmarie said...

I need a new table runner & this fabric would be perfect!! Thanks for the chance to win it.

annmarie said...

I emailed my quilty friends Kim, Connie & Connie about the giveaway. I just love the bright cheer fabrics.

James-Linda said...

Jenny,Thanks so for a sweet Giveaway!
I'd really like to start another Charity quilt.

jldouglas@wispwest,net

robin said...

I'd probably make a quilt. :) LOVE those fabrics!

robin said...

Tweeted! @birdie00000

robin said...

Just blogged about your wonderful giveaway! http://quiltyascharged.blogspot.com/2011/05/giveaway-at-sew-fabulous.html

Marcia W. said...

This is so very cute...I have two ideas in mind for this FQ bundle ... twirly ruffly dresses for wee grandnieces or follow your suggestion and make a Schnibbles quilt. Thanks for the giveaway of Annie's Farm Stand fabric.

Anonymous said...

I would make a pinwheel quilt. Lots of color.

Mindy said...

Oh, my! Decisions, decisions!!! I'm thinking I'd either go with little girl dresses in a peasant style maybe with tiered skirts mixing the fabrics, or a quilt, maybe Turning Twenty with embroidery in the larger square of farm animals or nursery rhymes with animals.

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

I think just about any Schnibbles pattern would look great with this fabric. Or it would make a fabulous tote. Thanks for the giveaway :-)

Sarah W said...

I'm in the mood to make lots of little bags (like make-up size clutches) so I'll be all ready for Christmas. Does your giveaway include zippers? (just kidding).

Emily Simmons said...

I do LOVE this collection! I would use it to make my little granddaughter an outfit, and probably a Vida. I've been wanting to make her one.
Thanks so much.

Elizabeth said...

I would definitely make a quilt with this cute fabric!

ShirleyC said...

http://twitter.com/#!/embmimi/status/66971613798727680

ShirleyC said...

This is a beautiful collection! I would love to make something sweet for my Shelby!

yorkie mom said...

Love it! Would make a 4 by 4 inch multi square quilt so I can enjoy each fabric! Thanks for a chance. gougeonathome@charter.net (Allison)

Little Miss Shabby said...

What a wonderful giveaway! My birthday is the 14th so this would be a great gift to myself! I always love Lakehouse's fabric and am always collecting them so this one would fit right in! =)

Kimberly R. said...

I would love to make a patchwork tote bag!
Thanks :)

Melissa @ Love Affair With My Brother said...

Thanks for the opportunity. I think I might attempt very very first dress for my daughter! A quilt is no problem, but clothes intimidate me and these fabrics are just so cute!

Remembrances said...

I would use it to make wristlets for all of the young girls in my Wednesday night Bible Study class to take to Bible camp with them this summer! I LOVE this fabric line!

Mommarock said...

This sure is a beautiful bunch of fabric! How lovely of you to offer it in a giveaway.

MoeWest said...

I think I would make a twister quilt.

sue niven said...

I would use this for clothing for dolls i make for charity. Delightful!

sandra said...

I think these fabrics would make such an adorable bag.

sue niven said...

I have blogged about it. Lovely.

MoeWest said...

I tweeted! Thanks for the giveaway. I hope your finger feels better soon. Best wishes to your Mom for a speedy recovery.

Connie said...

Looks like a wonderful give away!

D-lyn said...

What a wonderful and fun group of prints!
I would love to make something fun maybe a sun bonnet sue or something pretty for my daughters.

D-lyn said...

I spread the new on facebook

Quiltin' Sandy said...

I WAS GOING TO SAY I WOULD MAKE A LARGE TOTE OUT OF THOSE LOVELY FABRICS, BUT THAT STATE FAIR QUILT LOOKS SO GOOD!
I REALIZE IT IS NOT AN EXTRA ENTRY, BUT I AM A NEW FOLLOWER OF YOUR GREAT BLOG!!

c said...

i adore little dots, and I would love to make a few pincushions for bee members for Christmas with this! thanks for the opportunity and I have mailed 3 people about this giveaway. Carol c
aka kingcooper0001@aol.com

Hilachas said...

What a generous giveaway. I'd love to win and use the fabric in making a quilt top. Thanks for the opportunity.

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

These fabrics would go great with the ones I'm using for my Sylvia's Bridle Sampler. Hmmmmmmm...I need to get back to that one. It's been a while.

Lee Ann said...

I'd make a quilt! Gorgeous fabrics. :-)

Lee Ann said...

I tweeted! @dlk3265

angel45402 said...

Love the fabric! Would make a darling tote bag - yup, that's what I would use it for!

Tanya said...

I think it would make a sweet little patchwork skirt for my daughter! So sweet! Thanks

Tanya said...

I think it would make a sweet little patchwork skirt for my daughter! So sweet! Thanks

grandmarockton said...

I would use this for Granddaughter clothes

Pam said...

This is adorable fabric. I would use if for some granddaughter skirts and or a quilt.

Pam said...

I posted this on FB

Pam said...

I sent the link to your giveaway to three friends-good luck everyone!

Bj said...

I think this would really make a cute Pinwheel quilt using the Fons and Porter pattern from their June 2010 magazine.

Patchwork and Play said...

Would it be wrong to keep it in my stash for a while to drool over! Then, of course, I'd need to wash it and make a pretty cot quilt for a work colleague who is having a babe in November! I'd make a pretty pinwheel
quilt!

Jessica said...

I would make matching skirts for my two little nieces :)

Michelle T said...

so Beautiful!!
mchelletripper(at)yahoo(dot)ca

Jannette said...

I definitely see a Margo Handbag from Lazy Girls Designs using a few of those fabrics.... wait, why stop at one? I could coordinate bags for 3 or 4 different outfits!
There's also the Panache by Sanae quilt pattern that I've got bookmarked - and if I worked it just right, I could get a few Project Linus quilts from this FQ bundle...
I may not be able to sleep tonight - too busy thinking of other projects!

The Riebeek Family said...

I would love to make a little quilt and pillow sham for my daughter!

lrob1977 said...

I would like to use this fabric for some summer bags for gifts.

lrob1977 said...

I would like to use these fabrics for some summer bags to give as gifts.

Evelene S said...

I would use this for a dress for my granddaughter using the Sis Boom Marissa Dress pattern.

mab said...

I have a sweet little girl named Annie who is about to move into a big girl bed. She needs a pretty quilt! So, if I win, Annie will get a quilt made of Annie's Farm Stand!

Thanks for the chance to enter. :)

Evelene S said...

I facebooked this giveaway.

Catskill Quilter said...

I love this fabric! I want to make a quilt for our bed with this! I am sure I deserve it -- and I cannot wait to get my rotary cutter cutting away on it!

Catskill Quilter said...

I love this fabric! I want to make a quilt for our bed with this! I am sure I deserve it -- and I cannot wait to get my rotary cutter cutting away on it!

Catskill Quilter said...

I have tweeted about your wonderful fabric giveaway!

ritainalaska said...

oh, my this fqbundle makes the easter wishes quilt -- i'd make it, too! applique is my luv of the moment, and my little dggd would luv it to pieces.

ritainalaska said...

done! posted to my blog, akgranny.blogspot.com , about this great giveaway. the pictures look mighty fine; it would be fines to post that i've won a bundle!

Sharon said...

Oh the fabrics are dellightful. i would love to make a fan quilt with them....

Tiffani said...

We just moved to 'the country' from 'the city' and I would love to make a wonky star quilt using these fabrics now that I have to place to decorate!

Catswhiskers said...

fabulous giveaway
These gorgeous bundles will be used to make the blocks for my SWAPs.
Great way to promote my winnings
Gina
http://gina-catswhiskers.blogspot.com/

Pepe said...

First entry: I would make a bag or a pillow, not sure, but I'm sure about the block: I heart little square, no sashing, full of colours!

Pepe said...

Posted on my blog!

Quilter in the Gap said...

Normally I make quilts or bags and that is just about it. However, I think this line would be super cute as an apron using this pattern... http://www.honeybearlane.com/2011/05/full-apron-tutorial-fully-lined.html

Quilter in the Gap said...

I tweeted about your giveaway

Quilter in the Gap said...

I shared your giveaway on FB

jennifer said...

Happy Mother's Day I might make bow ties out of em:)

jennifer said...

I posted on my blog.

Glenys said...

I would sew bean bags, clothes for my doll and maybe quilt if I can. No patterns yet. I'll think it up s I go along I suppose.

pat said...

Loved the fabrics in Annie's Farm Stand. I would love to use these in a flowered applique baby quilt

Knittingdancer on Ravelry said...

I would make a tote or purse from this fabric.

Geraldine said...

I love this group! I will make the Curby Closet's Cowgirl booties with this collection. The prints are perfect scale for these!!

Briawna said...

Posted it on FB. Thanks!

Briawna said...

I think this would make a perfect collection for a pinwheel quilt. I'm kinda obsessed with pinwheels and how clean they are. Now if I could just make sure I've got perfect points! I love this collection.

Stray Stitches said...

I think the fat quarter bundle would make up into a wonderful table mat. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

Duff said...

thanks for the giveaway!! I would use to make a Yellow Brick Road Quilt--it's so soft and sweet i'd want to lie under it!

Lisa Marie said...

I love scrappy quilts so I would combine these fabrics with some from my stash and make a bright colorful lap quilt. Thanks for the chance to win!

Mommy's Thimble said...

Wow! I would love to make one of the new J-Bird quilts with this material for one of my girls' beds. They would LOVE it! I love Holly Holderman - LAKEHOUSE - fabric and have been so anticipating the release of this fabric to find a giveaway here! I hope I win! I hope I win!

Diane H said...

I can't wait to make the Patchwork Strips bag free pattern from APQ and this fabric would be fantastic.
Thanks very much.

Deborah in Atlanta said...

I'm a sucker for a quilt, and that's what I'd make. I can just imagine family members and friends using my quilts years from now.

Pokey said...

These are beautiful prints, and would certainly make a great quilt! Thank you for the opportunity.

Lindsay Conner said...

I think these would look cute in a diamond or pinwheel quilt!

Lindsay Conner said...

I added this giveaway to my blog at http://www.craftbuds.com/giveaway-roundup/

Slovenka said...

I would use the fabric for charity. Our guild does a lot of baby quilts. Thanks for a chance to win.

Slovenka said...

I would use the fabric for a charity baby quilt. Our guild does a lot of baby quilts. Thanks for a chance to win.

Q said...

I think you need to keep your finger in isolation for a while, hope it's healing well!

If I were to win, I think I would make several bags one for me and a few for friends!

Sandy said...

That State Fair quilt would look fabulous done in that bundle.

Sandy said...

Okay, I emailed my friends Katie, Donna, Claire, and Margi.

Laura said...

That is such cute fabric. I think it would make a precious baby quilt.

Patty said...

Darling fabrics, I would make a baby quilt from them.

Beth said...

These are so cheery. I think I'd make something from Camille Roskelley's book, a bright, girly quilt for my new niece Paige.

wordygirl at earthlink dot net

Carla said...

I would like to use this to make a bright cheery quilt!

Sunnybec said...

It's always difficult to decide what I would make with something until I actually see the fabric for real...but, I am making wall hangings at the moment so would probably do that. Thanks for the giveaway.

Christine M said...

The first thing I would do if I won this fabric would be to just sit and pat it. Keep looking at it and patting it! Eventually I would make a lovely quilt with it.

Deb said...

I need to make a quilt for my sewin room wall, something bright for summer - these colors would work wonderfully!

sarahbethe said...

I would make a quilt with the fabric. It's so bright and cheerful. It's perfect for spring and summer!

Stray Stitches said...

I included your giveaway in my blog today:
http://straystitches1.blogspot.com/2011/05/squishies-questions-and-action.html

Nancy said...

I would love to use this in a quilt for my nieces. Such pretty, happy colors.

Learn How To Make Quilts said...

love these gorgeous fabric. Like I do with most fabrics, I would make a quilt.

Kathy H said...

With all the mini prints in this fabric, I think it would make a wonderful doll bed quilt. But schnibbles patterns would be great too.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Oh, Friday the 13th. I like Friday the 13ths. They are fun! I have the Schnibbles book, Times Two. It would be fun to make something else out of that book. I already made 'X-Rated' for my niece (I expanded it from 31" square to almost double bed size). I'm also working on a 1.5" nine patch quilt in the same colors. I could add this to what I've already collected. Thanks for the giveaway.

Melissa @ Happy Quilting said...

I would love to make this into an adorable quilt!!

Sandra :) said...

I think it would make a great summer kitchen set - tablerunner, decorated tea towels, hotpads, the trim on an apron - very fresh and fun!

Mimi said...

I would probably make a lap quilt as a gift to a family member or friend. Thanks for the chance, the fabric is beautiful!

Debbie said...

what lovely fabrics!

I would be making a quilt with them - maybe the basket pattern or somethign nice and springy

Mimi said...

Since I don't have a blog, I am letting a few of my quilting friends know about your giveaway!!

Mimi said...

I tweeted about your giveaway @mimistarquilter1 Yay!

Gayle said...

This beautiful fabric would be made into a quilt for a grandbaby - such yummy colors!

Tina's Primitive Attic said...

I posted your giveaway on my FB page
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tinas-Primitive-Attic/200451789982058

Tina's Primitive Attic said...

I posted your giveaway on my sidebar.

Tina's Primitive Attic said...

I think these fabrics would make some great pillows or spring wall hangings! Thanks for hosting and entering me in your fun giveaway! Tina

Winona said...

I am thinking this fabric just screams pinwheels, maybe for a toddler girl. I have 3 little granddaughters, so it would not go to waste. (grin)

Deb said...

A quilt, of course - something simple, vintage, traditional, like a friendship star.

~Carla~ said...

Love this fabric!! I would make quilts for my youngest 2 daughters for Chrstmas! :)

~Carla~ said...

I emailed my mom & 3 friends about your wonderful giveaway!! :)

Jen said...

Pillow cases for my bed. A grocery store bag. A new lunch bag. Decisions, decisions! Great giveaway, thank you!

Peaceful Piecer said...

I think I would make a large tote bag. Thanks for a chance to win!

Dawn said...

I would use it in a baby quilt, new great niece on the way.

Amanda said...

I would make a nice quilt to snuggle on the couch under! Maybe pinwheels or a star sampler...

Janet said...

This is sweet fabric. I would like to make a couple of baby quilts with it for a couple of upcoming babies.

quiltma said...

I can see these fabrics in a baby quilt and I have several of those to make.

Eileen said...

Think I need to make some bags with this material. Just saw a demo on fabric weaving as part of bags and this would work really well for that! darling and what a fun giveaway! Thanks so much and have a great day

Tiffany said...

I would like to make a tote with this fabric.

Kathy said...

I think it would make a great bag don't you? Thanks for the giveaway.

Deb said...

If I won, the fabric would go in a quilt.

Jenny said...

this fabric would be perfect for a picnic quilt! just too cute!

Jenny said...

this fabric would be perfect for a picnic quilt! just too cute!

Lori said...

Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance! I would probably make a quilt with it...although a little girl's dress is an awfully good idea too. :)

Gwyneth said...

a quilt for sure!

Gwyneth said...

i emailed 3 friends!

Sarah W said...

I would love to make a clutch (or two) from this fabric.

Muireann said...

I'd love to make a summer skirt with this. Thanks for the chance to win!

Amy said...

I would love to make a quilt of my own design with those pretties!

JuneBug said...

I'd like to make a doll quilt for my daughter and maybe a bubble skirt too :)

Theresa N. said...

I'd use it for a quilt.
Theresa N
weceno(at)yahoo(dot)com

Peach Rainbow said...

Tweeted;
http://twitter.com/#!/thepeachrainbow/status/68691864269766656

Peach Rainbow said...

I'd love to make a baby quilt :D
Thanks for the chance!

deserae said...

I would love to use it for a baby quilt!

angelina_lover said...

A little girls dress of course ;-)
For my 1yr old neice. Thank you for the awesome giveaway.

annabelle g said...

I can't decide....maybe a quilt, maybe a dress for my sweet girl, maybe use some for both projects. Thanks for the chance to win :)

Peach Rainbow said...

I'm Sure I entered, but my entries are missing so I'm re-entering :(

I'd love to make a baby quilt!
Thanks for the chance!

Peach Rainbow said...

Already tweeted here;
http://twitter.com/#!/thepeachrainbow/status/68691864269766656

Peach Rainbow said...

Shared on FB;
http://www.facebook.com/PeachRainbow/posts/224199924264012

Terri. said...

I would make a quilt, the fabric is beautiful

Terri. said...

I shared this on facebook
http://www.facebook.com/#!/AtTheMapleTable/posts/222041127806822

Terri. said...

I tweeted about your giveaway
http://twitter.com/#!/AtTheMapleTable/status/69557235579236352

Anonymous said...

Good morning boy do i love that annies farm stand fabric

roseanna said...

i think it would look very cute in a dress for al little girl i sew for etsy and always looking for new fabric to put together

roseanna said...

i have sent this the 5 of my email friends that we share things with thanks again roseanna

erica said...

I think this would make an adorable baby quilt

jaya pratheesh said...

love the fabrics.. I would definitely make a set of clothes for my little girls..matching, but not identical.

DEAN FAMILY said...

I would probably use it to make a fun summer quilt. I'm just start machine quilting so I'm trying to get as much practice as I can.

rhianneholmes(at)hotmail(dot)com

Linda E in AZ said...

These lovely fabrics would be wonderful for our community quilts that my guild makes for various agencies around town. They could be used for women's or children's quilts.
thanks!

Yvonne said...

I would use a lot of the fabric in my Nearly Insane quilt. And I think my daughter will use some fabric for her own.

Lovely give-away.

greetings Yvonne

Yvonne said...

I will post the give-away on my blog.

Greetings Yvonne

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