Once again, I would like to thank the two ladies who so kindly offered to test out the pattern for me and whose valuable comments and suggestions are most appreciated. Here are their versions of the travel wallet.
Because I am so glad this eBook is finally completed, I am giving you, my dear readers, a chance to win a FREE copy! Aside from the eBook, I am also sending the lucky winner a fat quarter of this travel-themed fabric from David Textiles so she (or he) can get to work on her (or his) wallet straightaway.
Interested much? To join, please share with me (in the comments section) which place you would most want to visit and why. Maybe you will even give me travel ideas in the process. Me? I would love to go to the Holy Land. I know it will be a deep spiritual experience for me. My daughter has promised me she will take me when she's older (and when she has the money). Hopefully, I would still be strong enough to travel when the time comes!
You have until next Sunday, the 26th. And yeah, don't forget to leave your name and email address, of course. (Any 'Anonymous' comments left will not be considered, sorry!) I will use the random number generator to determine the winner. Please, please, please join! It's no fun when there are only a handful of people to choose from...
Ok, before I go, let me just show off some of my baked goodies of the past week. Here are the Lalaloopsy-inspired vanilla cupcakes I mentioned in my previous post.
Have never really heard of Lalaloopsies till I was asked to make these decorations. I think these characters are cute...but at the same time, quite creepy-looking?! They remind me so much of the movie, Coraline. You know, the button eyes?
And here's another one....a unicorn cake! I really had great fun making the topper. I just love a good challenge.
So that's it for now. Have a great week ahead. And please don't forget about the giveaway. Hope to hear from all of you soon!