17 December 2013

WIN Kirstie Allsopp's Craft Book


The Christmas elves from online ink company cartridgesave.co.uk have created six simple, free-to-download guides, to help you create homespun decorations designed to inject every house with festive glow! You can choose from Christmas crackers, multi-coloured garlands and a range of 3D tree decorations to give regular baubles a run for their money. 

All templates are available free of charge over at cartridgesave.co.uk/christmas - plus if you download and decorate a cracker then simply post it on your blog before the end of Wednesday you could be in with a chance of winning £500 worth of Amazon vouchers. Now that's a cracking prize!




*** WIN ***

What's more to celebrate their Crafty Christmas campaign, they are offering you the chance to win a copy of Kirstie Allsopp's craft book! You can enter via the Rafflecopter entry below - but be quick the giveaway closes midnight Monday 23rd December. 

 Good luck!



170 comments :

  1. Fabric and felt, easy to craft with, thanks for the chance to win this xxx

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  2. Felt for soft toys @kateonthinice

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  3. Commented on the Monster Halloween post @kateonthinice

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  4. Ooh lace definately, all kinds. So pretty x

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  5. followed as charlotte clark on google +

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  6. followed as chazloveslyf on bloglovin:)

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  7. I love papercraft, but also love sewing too :)

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  8. Followed on Google+ as Hannah S

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  9. I like using paper/card, but I'll have a go at anything!

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  10. Commented on Friendship is Magic - Welcome to Ponyville

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  11. Follow on Google+ - Susie Wilkinson

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  12. Follow on Bloglovin' - Susie Wilkinson

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  13. Following via bloglovin' pinterest and google+

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  14. Wool and fabrics. Following on bloglovin' & pinterest

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  15. I've also posted in the post "Reindeer Pops"!

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  16. I follow via Pinterest (sofia smol) and Bloglovin (orange crush)!

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  17. Currently wool, but changes regularly!

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  18. Comic books - make great Mod Podge material

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  19. 100% cotton, especially quilting fabric

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  20. Following on blog lovin - Robyn Logan

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  21. I love paper craft, its cheap and easy to do! Following via Blog Lovin' twitter, facebook :)

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  22. Following on Pinterest
    Janine Phillps

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  23. Yarn, anything involving yarn!

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  24. Paper.
    I follow by bloglovin, pinterest and G+ x

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  25. Following on Pinterest :)
    Merry Christmas

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  26. I follow via bloglovin-melanie stirling

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  27. I love using Felt at the moment :)

    Following on google+, Pinterest and Bloglovin

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  28. brown paper at the moment :)

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  29. followed on bloglovin as Vicky hulme

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  30. following on bloglovin and google +

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  31. fabric, my partner is making a tealight holder out of a can at the moment. Keeps her happy and out of trouble.

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  32. Paper is cheap and easy to use

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  33. Im following on Google + - michelle b

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  34. Am following on bloglovin - midge2k9

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  35. Am following on pinterest - midge2k9

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  36. I love to use felt, it's so versatile and you don't need to sew it!

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  37. I've left a comment on another blog post

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  38. I'm following you via google+ (The piping fairy)

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  39. Wool. I'm a fanatical knitter!

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  40. Fabrics, i am determined to make a patchwork quilt in 2014

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  41. Felt is a very affordable and versatile material, I've got tons of it at home!

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  42. I commented on the post 3 Fun Pool Activities For Families x

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  43. paper for cardmaking and scrapbookig

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  44. Card/paper (cardmaking) and felt.

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  45. Following Pinterest and Bloglovin as Jane Sands

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  46. following on pinterest, bloglovin and google plus

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  47. I love working with gemstones and wire. :)

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  48. Following on google+, pinterest and bloglovin' x

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  49. I like heavy fabrics for making my own Roman blinds

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  50. Following on Google+ Sue Robinson

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  51. Also following on Pinterest - Sue Robinson

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  52. And finally on Bloglovin' - Sue Robinson

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  53. I am following you on Bloglovin

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  54. Added you to my friends circle on Google Plus :)

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  55. Following via pinterest as laura vitty

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  56. Following via blog lovin' as laura44v

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  57. Following via Google+ as Laura Vitty

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  58. Wool

    kirstyjfox [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  59. I follow via Google+ Kirsty Fox

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  60. I follow on Pinterest - Kirsty Fox (Bloomingfox)

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  61. I follow on Bloglovin - robertfox24[at] aol [dot]com

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  62. following on google+ :) merry christmas!

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  63. Fabric usually, but I enjoy most media.

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  64. Fabric (following on bloglovin) :D

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