10/20/2012

Nikki Joy Craft Stall *plus 100th post GIVEAWAY*


I'm very excited to tell you that I am currently preparing for 
the first ever Nikki Joy Craft Stall!

It's something I've wanted to do for months.
Although I've sold things casually through friends and online, a craft fair just has such a draw for me. I love the community, the chance to meet other creative people and be inspired by one another.

It's going to be a "Late Night Christmas Shopping Gift Fair"
so I'm thinking lots of cute stocking fillers - hair accessories and earrings, as well as some lovely winter-themed goodies like snoods and my fur muffs.

I've already been looking at some pretty inspiration for craft stall ideas in terms of branding and displays and I've been reading up on some tips for running a stall smoothly.

But this is where I need your help oh crafty blogger friends...



You see, I'm not just excited because I'm soon to be a stall holder...
but also because this is my 100th post here on Nikki Joy!

So... In true celebratory style...
It's giveaway time!!

And to add to the excitement,
I've got two of my favourite blogger ladies to kick things off...

The gorgeous Kristen is to thank for the recent makeover of my blog.
Her eye for design is just amazing and she's genuinely the most delightful person to work with... whoever wins this is in for a treat!

Kristen is offering 1 Month "Sidebar Sweetheart" Ad Space with Custom Button Design (200x100) and Custom Blog Signature Design (total $25 value)


Since very early on in my time blogging, cb has been a real encouragement to me.
She always has something  sweet and thoughtful to say and I have learned so much about what it means to be part of the blogging community through this lovely lady.  
Her love of bicycles even inspired me to buy my Priscilla! I digress.

cb is offering this adorable print from her shop of Miss Charollette 
to one lucky winner...

Make sure to check out her shop too for 30% off for the whole of October with the discount code HELLOFALL.


How to enter

You need to be a follower of Nikki Joy via GFC to enter this giveaway.

In keeping with my upcoming craft stall,
I want to know at least one of the following things from you...

1. What's your favourite handmade item you've ever bought?
2. What's the best handmade gift you've ever received?

Simply leave a comment below to enter.

Additional entries

1. Follow KV on GFC.
2. Follow cb on GFC. 
3. Follow Nikki Joy on Twitter @NikkiJoy_ 
(and give me a Tweet to say hello!)
...and while you're at it, why not follow and say hi to my ladies too?
6. Blog / Tweet about the giveaway.

That's 7 whole entries you can have!!
There will be two winners... so that's kind of 14 chances to win!
And they say nothing good comes for free.

Entries close on October 31st and winners announced shortly after.

Good luck everyone.

Remember to leave a separate comment for each entry.

18 comments:

  1. Happy 100th post! Congratulations :-) A recent handmade gift I love is a letterpressed greeting card designed & made by my talented friend.

    ReplyDelete
  2. congrats on 100 posts :D

    my favourite handmade gift was a personalised painting of me :D

    ReplyDelete
  3. i follow you on twitter {@pixie_polly}

    ReplyDelete
  4. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  5. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  6. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  7. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  8. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  9. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  10. This comment has been removed by the author.

    ReplyDelete
  11. Congrats on your 100th post!

    I got a silver necklace with the kids fingerprints printed in it for christmas 4 years ago, def my favourite handmade gift.

    Alison
    x

    ReplyDelete
  12. GFC follower here :)

    Favorite handmade item ever bought... EVER is too hard to say, but I do love locally handmade gifts as souvenirs from other countries rather than buying cheesy "made in china" stuff at a souvenir shop.
    Even when it comes to the best ever received I cannot really answer that since all handmade gifts are so very spacial. What stands out as a memory though is the hand carved wooden candle holder my hubby made for me when we were dating.

    ReplyDelete

Now you say something...