Wednesday, 3 June 2009

Introducing...Tasty Kits...Giveaway

A while ago I discovered the talented Rachel Henderson and her cute Taster Kits. And in true Blueberry Park style, I had to have them and so they are now in the shop :-)

These kits really are fab for doing exactly what they say on the label - providing a little taster of a craft you may not have tried before. Rachel has packaged everything that you need, along with instructions and project ideas and presented them in a really irresistible way. As it says on the label...'Yummy'!

Try out a little taster of Embroidery, Crochet or Needle Felting. The wool Rachel includes is just delectable. So vivid. I'm sure you'll have lots of fun with them. And they make a perfect little gift too at under a fiver. I think they'll be fine for older kids, say over 8, but I'm not sure they are a good idea to give to little ones, with sharp needles 'n' all.

Go take a look at them. They are such fun! And to make it more so I am giving away one of the kits to one of you. All you you have to do is comment which is your favourite kit before Sunday night 7 June. I'll randomly choose a winner and let you know on Monday.

17 comments:

Tara said...

Yeah, they've arrived! I would love one. I'll pretend I'm 8. Shouldn't be too difficult. xx

Bluebell said...

They all look fab, love the way they're packaged!

Polka Dot Daze said...

They are very cool! I like the crochet one the best!

Dee Beale said...

Well they all look great but i think i like the crochet one best.

Vixanne said...

Yummy is the perfect description! They're all very nice, but I like the crochet one the best.

meplusmolly said...

No wonder you had to have them, they look so bright and fun! They'll definitely sell well.
If I had to chose I think I'd go for the crochet or needlefelt, I already stitch/embroider a lot! ;0 x

Katy said...

oh, they're so cool. I rather like the crochet one, seeing as I can't get my dopey head round crochet and I am insanely jealous of anyone that can.

Daisie said...

What a brilliant idea, greta for pressies now my biggest is nearly eight!

If I could win one it would have to be a crochet one to see if it could get me over the fear of the hooked needle!

Thanks xxx

One Flew Over said...

How fabulous! I think the crochet kit...on my list of things to learn!
thanks Karen!

Hannah said...

I love these! I think they are a great idea :)

Winter Tree, said...

oooh - love them !! I reckon embroidery would be my pick!

The Dotty One said...

These look gorgeous. All of them look lovely but I think the crochet one looks the best - I've always wanted to try crochet and I think that kit looks just the right size not to be too intimidating!

Debs said...

They are so wonderfully presented they would make a lovely gift, and not just for youngsters either.
My vote is also for the crochet one, not least because I've never tried crocheting!
Great blog.
Debs

Lilylaces said...

Those are gorgeous! I'd pick crochet too! :)

Pomona said...

I have always wanted to learn to crochet flowers so crochet would probably be my first choice, but the embroidery is also rather tempting, too!

craftyclaire said...

They all look great, so any realy. Embroidery or crochet would be my 1st choice!

Things Hand Made said...

Hard to decide but they do look delisious. Probably the needle felt as I haven't tried that