Giveaway Day! Hooray!
It's December, and the holiday season has begun in earnest. It's that time of year when the world falls in love, and every song you hear seems to say Merry Christmas! It's also time for Giveaway Day!
Even though this is my 6th Giveaway Day already, I'm still just as excited and glad to be taking part as I was when I first took part in this week-long event of generosity, sharing, holiday spirit and wonderful crafts and crafters. I shan't ramble on longer about the delights of Giveaway Day (although I really could go on and on, and I do urge you to check out all the others taking part too!), and just introduce my giveaway prize, Noë the little rag-cat, to you.
I am giving Noë away to one lucky commenter who leaves a comment here, between now and Friday 13th (it certainly won't be an unlucky day for someone!) of December, telling me about what your fondest wish this holiday season is. Each and every commenter will be assigned a number, with the first person to comment being number 1 and the second commenter would be number 2 and so forth, and then come the 13th, I'll draw a random number to see who's the lucky person that Noë goes home to (I'm happy to ship internationally, so it doesn't matter where you're from).
Noë the little rag-cat has a lot of things she wants for Christmas and she's making sure to write to Santa well in time to make sure he gets her letter. She has been ever so good this year, so she's sure Santa will bring her something nice. :)
Noë is made out of linen and she's been stuffed with rags and polyfill. She has little button eyes, an embroidered nose and a linen coloured plastic button for a belly button. She's wearing a pretty red and white polka-dotted skirt made out of soft knit fabric and hand knitted jolly red woolly socks. Noë is all of 32 cm short, but every single one of those centimetres is kind and joyful.
My most fondest wish this holiday season is that we'll get a white Christmas. So far we've only had a light dusting of snow fall, but I'm wishing with all I've got that more will come. It's just so very drab and dreary here without snow, and I think nothing much can make Christmas as magical as the world being a winter wonderland!
13th December, edit: The giveaway has ended, commenting has come to a close and the winner will be announced shortly. Thank you so very much for taking part everyone! :)