99…100… Giveaway!

I promised a giveaway when I reached 100 followers, and now I’m there! As this is a blog about my makes, I’m giving away things you can use to make something.

You all know I’m a button fan, so how about these:


12 wooden painted flower buttons


20 cute bear head buttons


2 of both heart and star shaped plastic buttons in yellow, pink, purple and blue.

I also like beads.


A string of coloured beads


Wooden painted beads (two different colours and sizes)


Four polymer flower beads

What about ribbon?


You could have 1m of each of the ribbons above.

For those of you who like direction in what you make, how about these?


A Fizzy Moon Christmas card kit (complete with chart of course!).


The Art of Crochet Issue One


Complete with the dvd, crochet hook and some wool.

Apologies for the dark photos – I’m only home when it is dark at the moment!

So how do you win all of this?

This is a giveaway to celebrate my followers, so this is open to followers only (although I won’t say no to new followers). There are four ways you can enter (feel free to do all four!).

1. Comment below with what you would make from the goodies.

2. Write a blogpost about this giveaway and pingback (or reblog).

3. Tweet about it, including @mrsmmakes AND write a comment here to tell me you have done so

4. Like Mrs M Makes on Facebook and write a comment here to tell me you have done so (existing likers feel free to leave a comment saying you already like me!).

You have 10 days to enter this giveaway. It closes at midnight (GMT) on November 16th.

Good Luck!


33 thoughts on “99…100… Giveaway!

  1. Q – The buttons are great to use on knitted items or cards. I want to make a newsboy hat for my granddaughter and the ribbon and buttons would be a perfect accessory.

  2. Wow! What a give-away, Mrs. M! Everything looks fabulous. Those little teddy bear buttons are just adorable. I’d have to knit up a a little sweater to add those sweet bear buttons.

  3. These are all so lovely. Bears would go on warm wooly things for Masters H and T. Card for the ribbons. A necklace with the beads, and I have an idea for a clutch bag for those first buttons. So much loveliness! Thanks Cathy

  4. I love to crochet…so the crichet magazine would become my best friend. The buttons, flowers and ribbons will come in handy for the pouches and bags which I can crochet or sew for my daughters and their friends

  5. I would work on my meager crochet skills, then sit the kidlets down for a Christmas ornament making session with beads, ribbon- the works! I love seeing what kids (and I) come up with when given an assortment of goods!

  6. What a fantastic giveaway! These lovelies will allow any crafter to make wonderful handmade gifts for Christmas. I think those buttons and ribbons will make great embellishments or accessories for knitted / crocheted dolls, and those lovely wooden beads will look really pretty as a bracelet. If I’m lucky enough to win, I know a wee man who’ll love a cardigan with those super cute bear head buttons πŸ™‚

    Liked your Facebook page too πŸ™‚

  7. Ooh count me in…what lovely prizes! I would definitely use the ribbon and buttons to have my first proper taste of cardmaking and I would be digging out my jewellery supplies to make a bracelet and some earrings with those multi-coloured beads!

  8. Wow what a great prize collection, all are so lovely!
    I would love those flower or bear buttons to decorate crochet pouches and fingerless gloves that will eventually be Christmas gifts to my friends. The ribbon I would look beautiful on them as well. I’d be happy to take my first try at card making, I always like to try new crafts.
    πŸ™‚ I’m off to like your FB page and reblog!

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  10. Being a knitter and sometime crocheter I would make use of the buttons in garments I construct or I could give the Art of crochet, Issue 1 to my granddaughter.

  11. What a lot of lovely items. You are really being very generous :). I would use most of the things to make jewellery although those buttons may well find themselves on a very special garment that I would crochet. (Oh the jewellery would be crocheted too – the ribbon would be great for that – something I really want to try.) Is that enough?

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  13. In terms of the crocheting materials, I would definitely make a little something and gift this for my sister. She is just learning to crochet after I taught her a basic single stitch a few weeks ago, already she’s taught herself a double and triple stitch! Can’t wait to show her how to follow patterns and add flare and buttons, and I think this would definitely be of some help for her! She’d love it!

  14. Wow . . . my crafty brain explodes thinking of those beautiful buttons, and the ribbon, and the beads, and the . . . but learning to crochet, too? That’s the frosting on the cake! Everything is lovely . . . so glad I’ve discovered your blog! πŸ™‚

  15. Wow! What a generous giveaway πŸ™‚ I would definitely make a smart white blouse to sew the painted buttons onto. Then some cute knitted goodies for the bears. The stars and hearts would be great for pillows and pincushions and also the eyes on my Under the Sea project. After that….more thinking time needed πŸ˜€ Avis x

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