Wow, I forgot I said Friday and not Sunday as the deadline for my little giveaway (I blame my horrendous cold). So, the competition is now closed! Thanks to those of you who entered, it was a lot of fun to read your guesses. The winner, bang on the money, is KC of The Sewcratic Method who guessed £2.50 for the lace which is exactly what I paid for it! Well done KC!
Curious to see how much I paid for everything and how close you all got? Check out the below.
|#1 1x5m Cotton Crochet Lace in Ecru|
£2.50 for the 5m
|#2 Faith shoes in fabulous yellow|
£5 plus £4 P&P
|#3 Cream & Brown Striped Cardigan|
99p plus £2.72 P&P
|#4 Vintage Vogue 2669|
£8 plus £2.50
|#5 3m Blue Twill Fabric|
£8.97 plus £5.95 P&P
|#6 Vintage 1970's Pinstripe Shorts|
99p & £3.50 P&P
|#7 Vintage 1960's Dress (I wore this today, it was fab)|
£7.50 plus £2.90 P&P
|#8 George Ditsy Print Shirt|
99p plus £1.80
|#9 Multi-way bra in nude|
|#10 Blackberry 8700G (soooo shiny!)|
£39.99 plus £5.85 P&P
|#11 Blue Toolbox (with tray)|
£4 plus £4.41 P&P
Suzy, photos of me in my dress will be appearing once I'm over the cold, taken with my brand new (to me) camera (courtesy of my Dad and Uncle - oh so excited!)
Ali, get thee to eBay! Sorry for killing you with shoes, but - hey - what a way to go ;) I think that if something is listed as used and the person's not actually used it ... well, you can't be held responsible for that. eBay is too great a source of second hand goods to ignore simply because people may be listing incorrectly.
Molly, you're too good for this world!
Thanks again to everyone who entered, I wish I could send you all something!
Thanks for stopping by,