Tuesday, 6 November 2012

Monthly giveaway from Jane Foster

Am pleased to announce that Emelie in Sweden was last months lucky winner to shortly receive two of my number dogs. This month I'm giving my blog readers the chance to win two of my 'Make your own Christmas toy kits', shown here made up below. All you need to do is tell me who would like one and why.






52 comments:

The undomesticated scientist said...

what, who would like one other than me? my kiddies would love these, as would my niece and nephew!

En støvel og en sko said...

I'd love to win the angel kit, simply because I love your designs! And it would be a nice project to make with my daughters...
Love from Solvi :-)

Barbara said...

The angle is so cute. She is not too christmas -just my kind of angle ;0)

Mandy Clinch said...

I would love one as it would be lovely to start making some of my seven year olds christmas presents. Trting to lean away from mass produced things and i know i would enjoy making them nearly as much as we would enjoy playing with them!

Nicola Thomas said...

I'd love an angel because the angel we have is bold because my daughter has pulled all her hair out. No danger of that happening with your work.
xx

Tracey said...

mmm have to be selfish and say I would love the mummy christmas...they all look fab.

RR said...

I would love these!
would make a fun project for me and a lovely item for my daughters bedroom!!

Sami Teasdale said...

My young friend is currently having a long stay in hospital so lovely craft things to keep her entertained are brilliant. She will be in over xmas so these are perfect! I'm sure she'd love any of them but the angel is great.

Unni Strand said...

I think they all look great and I'd love to win because I think you are agreat designer and I admire your work.
This would also be a great project for my son, my partners boy who's 11 and has asked if we could have a Christmas workshop.

Christian said...

ooooh they are so cute! this will keep our 15 year old textile mad daughter busy making it for our 4 year old who is squishy toy mad! would love to win one! Thank you x

Maggie said...

I'd love to make one of the angel ones with my 4 children :)

Dee said...

I'd love to win these... I've admired them from afar for sometime now.
Dee x

"Le Loup du Chat" alias Sandrine Deleuze said...

I would <3 one of these just because THESE ARE SOOOOOOOOO AMAZINGLY CUTE !!!

Tania said...

I really love your work. It's really funky, colourful and fun. Reminds me of Scandinavia where I used to live for a while ;)

Charmaine said...

Ooh I'd love to win a set, it would make a lovely Christmas present for my Mum x

teeny tiny house said...

I would like to make one for the beautiful little girl I am fostering

Jen Walshaw said...

I would love to make one with my boys as a special start opt the christmas period

memmens said...

I'd love one for my daughter to keep her occupied during the holidays, last year she had a sock monkey kit for Christmas and we made it immediately!

e.alm said...

I'd love to win the angel kit. It would be a nice project for the holidays :)

Kristy said...

These would be perfect to make and include in stockings we are sewing for donation to Children's Hospital! Thanks for the chance!

Jacklynn said...

I would love to win the Santa kit - perfect decorations for the apartment! Thanks for the give away!

eleni17 said...

These are adorable! I'd love to win a kit, I think they would make lovely Christmas gifts!

Cynthia said...

I would love to have one. They are so sweet!

sarah glover said...

I would be over the moon to win these!! Im an illustration student and a huge fan of your print work!! I've just started part time work in a sewing cafe where showing off the kits would be a great way to encourage people to get into crafts! How you can give them away Is bonkers! Fingers crossed, Kate Love. x

Miss Herzfrisch said...

What a wonderful santa for nikolaus day to stand besides my daughter's boots. Would be a really great surprise.
Sabine

Nancy501 said...

As we all know kids don't have the corner on toys. My "adult" friends will give good love to the toys I make from your "Make your own Christmas toy kit." Whether I win or not, please know your work is beautiful.

Kathryn Packer Roberts said...

These are so cute. My two girls are always wanting to learn to be more artistic and this would be right up their alley.

Jo Robertson jorobexeter(at)gmail(dot)com said...

My little girl would love one!

Jane said...

I would love one to make for my wee granddaughters.

sam-diablo said...

I'd LOVE to win one for my Niece, who is 7 but already better at sewing than me! I think it's having a very creative Mummy (my Sister)that does it. I'm always looking for different things for her to make and know she'd love this as me and my Sister have various Jane Foster softies between us, so to have one of her very own would make her month!
Good luck to all :) X

Jopsy said...

I just LOVE your makes! Wwe own a few already; but I would love to make one for my sis -TY :) x

Squiggling About said...

I would love to win one of the santa's to give to my children, they are too young to sew so I will have to do it for them... What a shame. Sarah x

Dilly said...

Awww it would be so lovely to win one for my niece Nina....its her first Christmas and the Lady santa / Mary Christmas would look fantastic in her room. I love them all!

sittinginthekitchensink said...

My baby girl would love one of these (and would love to chew it!) and I would love it to become one of our treasured Christmas items that gets brought out year after year.

Lise B said...

My gorgeous granddaughter, ten weeks by now, will love them! I am sure!I love your work!

Jane Foster Blog said...

Thank you for all your wonderful comments so far! x

rebecca ellis said...

Well I guess if I HAD to share them........I could share them with my gorgeous boys who are 5 and 11. They are already getting into the christmas spirit.

Kind regards, Rebecca.

floozie said...

My son is turning 7 and has begun sewing, I think he would LOVE to sew these up!

WandaFish said...

Oh, the kits are gorgeous! I'd love to make a couple of toys to give as Christmas presents and maybe save at least one to have fun stitching with my little girl and let her keep it to treasure :)
Thanks for another delightful giveaway!

Fionella said...

Simply because I LOVE your designs!

p_m_oleary said...

Who wouldn't like one! They would be a great addition to christmas in my new house.

Denise Higgins said...

I'd like one please. Why? They rock!!! Who wouldn't want one? Happy wednesday x x

Anon said...

Ah these are fabulous! My 3 children would love to make these for Christmas, they are so beautiful and fun! Mind you, I might have to "help" a lot... Thanks for sharing your work, it's inspiring.

wendy howarth said...

well there is my big boy...my little boy.....my new nephew who arrived 2 days ago....my new niece who arrived last month....there are 6 more nieces and nephews.....or me

principeta said...

They are lovely and cute,do we need a reason =o.If I do win it would be lovely surprise for my daughter,also we could enjoy in it all.

sewn by blythe said...

I would love to win this for my 2 year old daughter. I have a lot of retro Christmas decorations that she can't play with but these would totally fit the 1960's look I'm going for and would be fun for her.

bonkersclutterbucks.com said...

81My daughter Florrie (9) draws starry eyes just like the ones your angels have. Love her drawings and love your designs. Know she'd love to be able to assemble and sew one of your kits :-)

a Fabric Day said...

O wow! mt girls and I would love this. Your retro designs with a modern twist are simply unique!

thelinencloud said...

They are just beautiful ... who wouldn't love them ... the angel is a cutie ... Bee x

Irit said...

My cute nephew and niece would love to have Auntie Irit make them these dolls.

elsie mate said...

My daughter has just requested the Mother Christmas because she loves her plaits. I've explained that she'll have to help me sew them and she's up for learning (Aged 5). Her brother has expressed and interest in learning too (aged 9) so this could be a BIG hit in our house hold. Of course I love it too - I still have one of your Clothkits dresses that I made for my daughter when she was a toddler. Such a lovely fabric that I can't bear to be parted with it!

Monika said...

These are fun,fun,fun! My grandson would love to have one of these. Thank you for for the giveaway, have a wonderful day!