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And the winner is....Me!


How often do you enter giveaways? I only enter them if I really, really want the giveaway because somehow it just doesn't seem worth the odds - and I never win so those are the odds. And given those odds I forget about the giveaway seconds after I leave my comment/entry. So it was just the most unusual and amazing thing when I found an oldish message in my inbox from Kylie at Paravent (formerly known as the artist from 3 Sheets) letting me know I had won her cushion giveaway. I must have seemed like the rudest person, just ignoring the email, not replying with even a basic thank you. Anyway to say I was dumbfounded is an understatement. I wanted these cushions really really badly. I immediately made contact fearful she had given up on me and done a redraw!
When the cushions arrive and I saw them in person my jaw dropped. They are amazing. Not just cool but handmade flawlessly. Integrity all the way! Clever Kylie and lucky, lucky me.

Comments

they are beautiful- so happy for you!
Getrealmommy said…
Congrats! I never enter, usually too many steps, tweeting, linking, too complicated for this girl ;(
Kylie Hunt said…
So glad you like them :) Thanks for the link-love! Kx
Shade of Whim said…
CONGRATS on the WIN!! and what an awesome win it is!!
Lovely to check back to your blog and see such a great post. Super happy for you...as I too understand the whole thing about never entering a giveaway :)
Maria x
Sue T said…
Do they come in yellow?
blue moss said…
That's the best! I love Kylie and all her amazing creations! Sorry you have been ill and hope you are better now. I, too, have been hit or miss with blog land...and I do miss keeping up with everyone.
What a great win!!!!!
Michelle

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