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Wow

I never win anything  ever.  I think I won a Christmas Hamper about 10 years ago full of food things and that would be about it, oh and once I won a $20 voucher at the Fruit & Veg shop.   I just am not a lucky person at all.

So imagine my joy when this afternoon I received a message from Ivy Designs to say I had won their blog competition, talk about making my day!

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So thanks to Wynona at Ivy Designs I can’t wait to receive some of the gorgeous Ivy Designs items.

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I think it is high time we had a competition here at Handmade Kids  Who doesn’t like winning something, and winning a cute handmade item is even better.

So for the last few days I have been tossing and turning with this, do I make it easy, or do I make it a bit harder and interesting, such a dilema.  So I went the interesting option, after all, in my life I can do with all the entertainment I can get.

So if you would like the chance to win this handknitted doll, see the details below.  She really is really lovely with some absolutely gorgeous detailing.

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So here are the rules:

1  You need to tell me your daggiest or worst attempt at creating something homemade.  It can be anything, baking, sewing any craft you like!  Now don’t be embarrassed we know there is a lot of talent out there when it comes to creating, but I am sure there are many like me who give it a go, but it just isn’t up to scratch.  I can even post photos of my shonky christmas decorations if it will help.  Just tell me about  your attempt in the comments section. 

 2 The competition is open to Australian residents only, if you win, you must have an Australian postal address.

3 You must leave your website or email address so I can contact you should you win.

4 Competition closes at the end of the month.

5 If you really really don’t want to tell me your disasters, I will let you off the hook and you can just leave a comment (tho don’t forget your email address – it won’t be published).

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