Thursday, 18 December 2014

Special Xmas giveaway



Finally Gemma has seen Paris in all its Xmas bright-fullness! During this period, this town is even more beautiful!!! My little one was really enthusiast, she pointed with much joy all the lights and decorations of the town. Also for me it was really thrilling to be back in my atelier under Paris' roofs.


In these days, I discovered a new address that opened in the meanwhile in Paris, which I'd like to share with you: the "Petite épicerie". Here you can find all you need to create cute handmade accessories. They also organise some courses for children and adults. A real "coup de coeur"! If you are in Paris, it worth to pop and see it (address: 74, rue de la Verrerie, 75004)... Since now journeys are end, my etsy is re-opening again with all the old stamps and other handmade stuffs: please take a look to all my stuff on my etsy!!


To celebrate this event, I organised a special Xmas give-away!! The prize is this hand carved rubber stamp set - made with the shape of cute Xmas balls - with which you could decorate your Xmas photos in order to made your sovenirs even more sweet! To participate is easy: write a comment on this post writing your favourite cake or, in alternative, a typical dish that is eaten in your region during this period. Then, I will assign an ascending number to each comment (1,2,3, and so forth) and randomizer will find out the lucky winner! You have until the Xmas day (25th December 2014) at 15h00 (Paris time) to enter your comment. Good luck!!!
 

7 commenti:

Karen. on 18 December 2014 at 23:32 said...

Hi, on Christmas-morning we eat a special, sweat cake with raisins and marzipan. When we buy it, it's in a special 'Christmas-box'. :) I don't like it so much, but there can't be now Christmas without it!

Kat on 19 December 2014 at 03:49 said...

We have cheesecake for Christmas. My favorite is the original cheesecake. So delicious!

Lisa Noteboom on 19 December 2014 at 07:03 said...

Christmas must include decorated sugar cookies!

Hunnyscoots on 19 December 2014 at 23:35 said...

Hi! Such a sweet looking store! I'd probably never leave there if I could go visit :)
On Christmas Eve we always have homemade caramel pecan buns ~ they're delectable!
Merry Christmas to you and your sweet family!

Allie E on 21 December 2014 at 01:46 said...

How darling the store, but even more your little one! We almost always have Torrone from Italy around Christmas! It's a nice treat for a special time!

Rosita on 21 December 2014 at 10:30 said...

Hey! I live in Lithuania and here we have lots of traditions for Christmas Eve :) but if talking about cakes.. in our family my mother always makes a huge cake that we eat only in Christmas time (and it makes it even more special). And I think this is only for us, but in New Years eve we make and eat "Skruzdėlynas" - which would be "house of ants", translating literally :) (it looks like this http://i1270.photobucket.com/albums/jj606/Miauksys/blogas%202012/mazi%20dziaugsmai/3875b4ff.jpg)
Greeting from Lithuania!

Mónica Javierre said...

Hola, siento mucho no saber mucho inglés, por lo que prefiero escribir en español. Mi pastel favorito es la tarta de zanahoria (carrot cake)En mi ciudad no es tradicional, pero si en mi casa! Gracias por el sorteo, a ver si tengo suerte, porque me encanta todo lo que haces Muchísimas gracias Un beso

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