UPDATE - this giveaway is now closed. Thank you to everyone who entered.
Yes, I do believe someone did say "giveaway" and, lo and behold, I do believe that someone was me. ;)
I have recently hit the 50 followers mark (ok, ok 52... but one is my Mum and another Mr C...) so I think that this is the perfect opportunity for me to give a little back to Blogland and to say 'thank you'. I have absolutely loved being part of the blogger community over the last few months and have been lucky enough to make some wonderful new friends, as well as be inspired every single day. It's truly amazing so thank you.
Really, that's enough of me blabbing on, let's get to the all important giveaway. One lucky reader will win this zippered pouch, measuring approximately 11" x 8". Yes, she's a biggun. And, here's the kicker, it has been made with Aneela Hoey's new line, A Walk in the Woods (due for release in February 2012).
Side A also includes some Kona Lake and for the lining I chose this adorable Aqua Red, Red Mini Fleur by Michael Miller.
Of course, I couldn't just leave it there. So... for your own little sewing pleasure, I am also throwing in a charm pack of A Walk in the Woods. Only cavaet is that you have to promise to show me what you make with it. ;)
So there we have it. Would you like to win? Really? Well... follow the steps below for the chance (max 5 entries per person).
1. Leave a comment on this post telling me what you'd like to do with the charm pack.
2. Become a follower or let me know you're already with me.
3. BONUS ENTRY - for the original 52 followers (minus Mum & Mr C). Say hi! ;)
4. "Like" the Missy Mac Creations Facebook page and comment here to let me know.
5. Post about this giveaway on your blog or Facebook. Please leave me the link so I can pop over and say hello. :)
Please write one comment per entry. Also, ensure your profile includes a valid email address, or be sure to leave it in your comment. Mr Random will choose the winner next Friday night, approximately 10pm (Perth, Western Australia).
I'm also linking up to TGIFF over at Quokka Quilts. Laura is hosting this week - and showing off her absolutely gorgeous star quilt that was begun in 2002. Yes, nearly 10 years ago. So be sure to pop over and drool over the utter loveliness. I believe that it was worth the wait!