26 Mar 2011

A touch of tartan for Mother's Day (giveaway!)

It’s been a while since I’ve done a giveaway! With Mothering Sunday coming up, I was thrilled to hear from fellow blogger Tracey, a local Edinburgh crafty mum who wanted to give a little piece of Scotland to a few lucky moms out there.

One of Tracey’s most popular creations is a small flower pot containing a paper bouquet of kusudama flowers (kusudama is a form or origami).

Tracey has used three colours of tartan paper to add a Scottish twist (or in this case, fold) to these darling wee pots.

As usual this giveaway is airmail friendly. The flowers are slightly delicate but I promise to be very careful when sending them.
There are three pots to win! To enter simply comment below with your answer to one of the following questions:

1. Where in Scotland would you love to visit with your mom? (if you have a beautiful mother figure in your life, this counts too!)


2. If you’re a mom yourself (or if there are children you feel close to, who you love to nurture), where in Scotland would you most like to visit with them?

You can also enter by emailing your answer to scotland4thesenses@gmail.com and including “Tartan flowers” in the subject line.

The deadline for entries will be Wednesday, 30 March. I will draw the names and announce the winners on Thursday 31 March.

You can also show Tracey some love by paying her a visit on her blog: http://beadspaperglue.blogspot.com/
This giveaway has now finished. Congratulations to the winners!

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