Just in time to treat your little sweetheart to a ♥Valentine's Day♥ surprise, Little Crickets Felt Fun and I are ready for a giveaway!
Last spring I purchased the Little Crickets mailbox pattern. Well, I have just now gotten around to making it! The pattern includes more than just the mailbox (with working flag!). Also included are a shipping box, mail bag, envelopes, stamps, cookies, and shortbread.
I really like my finished mailbox! I'm not into pink (and I have a daughter and a son), so I change the coloring of the mailbox's details to better fit our family. I also made it gray, but only because I didn't have white felt on hand, and I wanted to make the mailbox sooner than later! You might notice my lettering is a bit different than in the other photo. I would have enjoyed purple lettering with a green blanket stitch, but wanted to use what I had (again), so I went with blue lettering accented in the pink blanket stitch. Though the pattern includes letters, for this I had fun just cutting them out myself. I have not yet made the rest of the items to go with the mailbox. Soon, right?
Little Crickets has some cute patterns!
What about you? Do you like to make felt toys? Would you like to win a pattern of your own? Great, because one reader will win one!
Mandatory Entry: Go to Little Crickets shop and leave a comment here telling which pattern you want the most. Make sure I have a way to contact you through your blog or leave an email address.
Additional Entries: Be sure to leave a separate comment for each entry!
If you make a purchase from Little Crickets by February 2~5 entries
If you follow my blogs using Google Friend Connect (in sidebar)~1 entry each
If you left any comment on my felt teaser post (before reading this post)~1 entry
If you left a comment on my felt teaser post saying it was a mailbox~bonus 1 entry
Giveaway ends at noon (EST) February 2 so that the winner has time to create a felt toy by Valentine's Day! The winner needs to reply to me within 48 hours or I will choose a new winner. Happy sewing!
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