PrizeA - Curved Merry Christmas die & Lawn Fawn 'Happy Holidays' stamp
#59 - Elly
Prize B - Woodware 'Christmas Date' stamp - 6
#84 - Carol L
#76 - Glennis
#11 - SaRn
#100 Lynne in NI
#33 - Val
#94 - Eemeli
Prize C - Woodware 'Tipsy Tree' stamp set
#58 - Lucy
Prize D - Creative Expressions Sue Wilson 'Festive Collection Joy' die set & Memory Box 'Lindeman Snowflake' die
#135 Janis in ID
Prize E - Penny Black 'Xmas Crafts' stamp & set of Lil' Inkers 'Stitched Rectangles' dies
#73 - Lesley G
Prize F - Sheena Douglass 'Christmas Greetings' embossing folder & Crafter's Companion Die'Sire 'Christmas Stocking' die set
#5 - Donna
Prize G - Woodware 'Tweet Birds' stamp set- 3
#47 - April
#74 - Kitty
#44 - Jane W
Prize H - Penny Black 'Monkey in our Tree' stamp & Spellbinders 'Wonky Rectangles' Nestabilities dies
#32 - Jenny H
Prize I - Poppystamps 'Ornament Trio Cutout' die
#69 - Vinita
I know this is gonna sound weird, after I'd done the draw I felt really very sad and quite 'down' that not everyone could be a winner. And also, it was interesting that in the end I didn't need to split any of the prizes (say between a stamp and a die set or whatever) and no-one won two prizes. Sometimes that Random number thingy spooks me a bit!
So all I need now please is your addresses so I can post the goodies off to you. Rather than highlight whose addresses I already have can I please ask, for this once, that regardless, you do drop me an email (my address is on the RHS sidebar) with your address and also confirming that I haven't got in a muddle and you really do want the prize you won. It'll make sure I don't make any errors and also means I don't have to hunt for 16 addresses stored in three different places in emails and on my laptop. If you put WINNER in the email subject line then I'll be able to spot them quickly too.
Thanks girls - and a huge thank you to everyone for joining in the fun! It did end up beong more work than I'd thought here - but who said that spreading a little bit of sunshine has to be like a stroll in the park?
Talking of strolls in the park - day by day I'm more mobile despite the trotter still swelling and the pain is much more bearable too. I have a hospital appointment on Wednesday morning and hope we perhaps can then plan a way forward to stop this happening again. Tee, hee - I might have to wear a pair of Len's Padders slippers to hospital - or perhaps flip flops if it's dry weather. Still can't get a shoe on that foot, sigh.
Anyone remember Goofy and his huge feet?
Di (and Parsnip of course)