Monday, April 4, 2011

Tatted Daisy Giveaway

To celebrate this blog officially going "public" I'm having a giveaway!

The prize is a hand tatted accessory set made by me, one daisy headband, and one daisy brooch/haircip.    I think it could go well with Lolita, Mori, Natural-kei, Dolly-kei, or otome!


To enter please comment on this post.  Then this Saturday I will announce the randomly selected winner and post it in a new entry.  

This giveaway is open to both international and domestic contestants!


Good luck and thank you for reading!

64 comments:

  1. Very cute headband :3 !
    Am I in now ? It is OK for non-US people ?

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  2. It's just adorable! I can't say I know a lot about tatting, but I love the effect it gives <3 Such a dainty and cute accessory set :D

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  3. That is really adorable. It looks so delicate and fragile.

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  4. Gorgeous handiwork. I love this style it's timeless.

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  5. GORGEOUS items! The design looks so professionally made!

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  6. Aww that's gorgeous!
    That is a lovely headband :)

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  7. I love this! Tatting is so cute and the headband is just perfect!

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  8. Love it! Would love to win it too :)

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  9. oooh, this is beautiful! <3
    how long did it take?

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  10. That looks so lovely, and great for a more casual look too~

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  11. I'm all in for it! It looks so cute! I've always wanted one :D

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  12. I am interested in sewing and garment-making, and you, Madame, have a true gift. Lovely work, so detailed! I admire you

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  13. Beautiful! You are so skilled :3

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  14. This is so cute! You can never have too many hair accessories!

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  15. This is really great work--daisies are one of my favorite flowers! My grandmother used to make things like this (big time compliment coming from me <3). Checking out your tutorials now..

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  16. Wow, I need to look into doing this it is so pretty!

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  17. so pretty! I love the pearls in the middle of the flowers!

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  18. Tatting? Looks time so time consuming! You have my respect e 3e;

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  19. How lovely! You are a Tatting Princess to make such beautiful creations. I look forward to reading more of your blog ^_^

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  20. The headband is so beautiful! I'll definitely be following your blog♥

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  21. Wow, I love it! I have all the stuff to tat but I can't figure out how to do it XP Sadness.

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  22. Gorgeous! I want to learn how to make those now! :3

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  23. Wow, it's absolutely breathtaking! Do you have a tutorial about how you made it?

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  24. I love it! I've always wanted to try this :)

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  25. This is so beautiful! I aboslutly love it, it must have been quite difficult to make! I also love the colours, where I live we are in autumn and it suits the mood so well! Love!

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  26. Hi! Just read about your blog on the morigirls lj community. Lovely set, it would go well with a lot of things :)

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  27. Wow, this is so pretty! And I'm looking forward to further blog entries! :)

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  28. Oh wow!
    I adore tatting so much <3
    For now, I'll stick to my crocheting though:P

    Also a new reader, your craftyness is inspiring:D

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  29. These items are very pretty! I have just discovered tatting and I love how it looks, so delicate and beautiful. n__n

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  30. Lovely headband :D
    I think it goes well with various styles too!

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  31. The headband is very pretty. And I love your clothing designs.

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  32. Comment! :3
    I love headbands with ties/elastic since I can't wear hard-plastic ones. I'm definitely learning how to do this, especially since yours turned out so well! <3

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  33. I love it, especially that brooch! ^^
    I'm glad I found you here, your blog seem to be very inspirating ^^ I can't wait to stalk your looks and so on!!! :3

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  34. this is really pretty! I love how there's tulle around the flower :)

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  35. Woops. Not exactly sure what just happened there.
    Anyway I meant to say that I love that headband...so pretty!

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  36. I love the simple, yet elegant look of the headband. :3 So cute!

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  37. I love the headband <3
    It would perfectly match with my Mori dresses (^-^)

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  38. Found your blog today via livejournal - i *love* mori and natural kei. you look gorgeous, the headband is adorable and i will definitely be following!

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  39. So pretty! Your designs are so pretty, and your handiwork is amazing. I've only seen the "excerpts from a victorain cookbook, and it's amazing. I think it would be fun to learn to tat. I look forward to seeing more of your designs.

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  40. Both the headband and the clip are adorable!! They would look so well with country or classic Lolita! ;D and it totally works for Mori-kei as well <3

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  41. So cute! Tatting takes forever, that's amazing work!

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  42. Lovely! I wish I had your patience when it comes to tatting :-)

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  43. This is lovely! I wish I had the patience for such work! I can't do things like knitting or crocheting too. :(

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  44. Oh, those are gorgeous items!! ♥ I want to be craftier...

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  45. Oh, I love these! I love the look, I really need to get into tatting.

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  46. They're beautiful! Perfect for Classic Lolita. I wish I could make beautiful things...

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  47. I love Lilies of the Valley, so I'm interested to see what your blog has in store!

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  48. It's so cute! And I love your blog ^^

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  49. Absolutely wonderful, I really like it!~

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  50. Oh it's so beautiful *crosses fingers*

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  51. oh cool! my mom tried to learn tatting once...

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  52. Oh yay I love your new blog! Tatting? Looks complicated but you did a wonderful job!

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