This year's Christmas Basket Giveaway is extra special because I invited a couple of my blog friends to participate with me and Rita.
I was so excited to get photos taken this morning that I forgot to dress up my basket a bit with pretty tissue papers-which I will do when I pack everything to ship to the lucky winner.
Rita has shared one of her beautiful hand knit scarfs which can be worn by anyone. She had it packaged so nice I was worried about getting it back together as nice-so I kept it packaged for the photo.
Rita and her daughter have a lovely shop on Etsy so please visit her here when you get the chance: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SticksNStonesGifts
I have enjoyed my handmade bracelet by Lisa so much that I asked Lisa if she would like to make something for our giveaway. Isn't this a beautiful set? She made us a necklace with matching ear rings. So festive-I love them. Find Lisa here on her blog http://carefreejewelrybylisa.blogspot.com/ and also at her Etsy shop here https://www.etsy.com/shop/carefreejewelry
Now for the giveaway:
Our giveaway is open to everyone, allot of bloggers are set for no reply-so if you are a no reply, please add your email to comments so I can get hold of you-should you be the winner. If I can not contact you I will draw another name.
This is the official sign up post-so only on this post thank you.
For extra chances:
Post a link to this giveaway site on your blog or on another social media site that you have. then leave me a comment telling me you did and where. This will give you 1 more chance.
Be a follower, or a reader (like bloglovin) or add as favorite on Etsy shops for any of us or all of us. This will give you up to 4 more chances. please write in comments that you did.
(So this will give you a total of 6 chances if you choose to enter all of them-a sign up for everyone, post on social media, and follow or favorite each of us)
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Winner will be chosen early morning December 17th, 2013 (as your comments come in, I am hand writing down your entries on little pieces of paper-folding and placing them in a vintage iron kettle-the old fashioned way lol)
Good Luck to all of you