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Barbara Gray - Giveaway

Who caught the wonderful demonstrations from Barbara Gray on Sunday, and again yesterday?  Barbara inspired us all, as ever, and we had some busy shows.  Barbara even jumped onto the phones to help with a customer query!  That's the beauty of having our customer services and order line in house - and brilliant guests who are happy to have a natter to our callers.

Barbara has also, generously, donated one of the pieces from the show, as a giveaway on todays blog post.


Isn't it beautiful.  

If you would like a chance to win this masterpiece, then all you need to do is leave a comment on this post, and someone will be picked at random tomorrow evening.

Good luck everyone.

Tune in to Hochanda every day 24/7 for lots of fun and crafty demonstrations! Watch our programmes live > Hochanda.com

You can also tune into Hochanda on Freeview channel 39, Sky channel 663 or Freesat 817.

Comments

  1. Evening

    All one can say is what a BEAUTIFUL and stunning card. So enjoyed all the shows. A very talented lady is Barbara Gray.

    Crafty hugs Pen x

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  2. Awesome xx love barbaras demos xx

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  4. Barbara makes crafting look effortless, such a stunning card x

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  5. Lovely work as usual Barbara. I find watching your demos so relaxing and really look forward to seeing them each month x

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  6. Fabulous how Barbara can wing it with so many sell outs!

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  7. Ooooo I'd love to win a master piece by Barbara x

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  8. The shows were fantastic, as always! Would love to win a Barbara original xx

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  9. Loved the demonstrations, great shows. Would be ecstatic to win this. Dx

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  10. Love making this type of card though only attempted brayering once I use the brushes more. May give the brayering another attempt after this x loved the shows that I saw when work calls allowed x

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  11. Fantastic shows Imwas so inspired by Barbara I would love to win an original art work by Barbara

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  12. Brilliant shows. Love the clarity stamps. Xx

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  13. Just love everything Clarity, and to own a piece of Barbara's artwork would be fantastic!

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  14. Would I like to win a 'Barbara orriginal' you bet! Really look forward to all Clarity shows with such an inspirational team.

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  15. Beautiful card. Barbara is such a talented lady and the love and creativity shines through in her work

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  16. I am an avid Claritystamp fan so would love to win the card. Thank you for the opportunity.

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  17. Barbara is an inspiration to every crafter would love to win her art work Thanks.

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  18. Barbara is an inspiration to every crafter would love to win her art work Thanks.

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  19. Super shows and agreat special deal , hope fully mine will arrive soon just love the wee housesxxx

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  20. Loved all the Clarity shows. Great products

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    1. Congratulations Karen! You've won! Please private message us on Facebook with your full name and address and we can get your prize sent to you! Thanks, :)

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  21. Stunning picture, as ever, from Barbara.

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  22. Loved Barbara's shows, she is such an inspirational lady.

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  23. I enjoyed the Clarity shows and would love to win a piece of artwork made by Barbara Gray. Thanks Fi xx

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  24. I enjoyed the Clarity shows and would love to win a piece of artwork made by Barbara Gray. Thanks Fi xx

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  25. Morning, I could watch Barbara demonstrate her 'art' all day, she is such a fabulous lady and her inspiration is phenomenal. I would love to win this 'work of Art', thank you for the opportunity.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  26. Barbara is so talented and a wonderful inspiration to all crafters. It is so good to see her on your TV channel bringing fantastic products.
    X Chris

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  27. Love watching Barbara ,such an inspiration ,would love to win it ,
    Pauline xx

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  28. Loved Barbara's shows as always and am constantly amazed with what she does to a blank piece of card

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  29. Barbara is always an inspiration a brilliant teacher and demonstrator. I love this card and would treasure a Barbara original. Great shows from Hochanda.

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  30. Oh yes please - I would love to have a Barb Original; she is such an inspirational teacher too.

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  31. Barbara's cards are ace. So inspirational!

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  32. Barbara is a true artist and I love watching her work. The shows were great, the presenters were respectful and let her get on with the demonstrations which are after all what sells the products! Thanks for the chance to win :)
    Anne x

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  33. Really enjoyed all the shows and it was lovely to see her stamping again. Thanks for the chance to win

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  34. Wonderful shows as usual. always learn something when I watch Barbara. Thanks for the giveaway. xx

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  35. Hi I watched all the shows with Barbara Gray she is my crafty hero she has a fantastic team working along side her and the artwork is simply amazing. Would love to see more but i am aware that Barbara works too hard as it is so looking forward to the wonderful Maria's shows. XX

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  36. Love Barbara's cards, thanks for the giveaway! x

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  37. I would really love to own any artwork by Barbara Grey. I watch and record all her shows, and I am so pleased that she has regular hours and more time to demonstrate all her techniques.

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  38. Who would not like to own this - Count me in please.

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  39. What a dreamy piece of artwork! Xx

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  40. Ohh yes please it is a stunning piece of art. X

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  41. possibly will show up as unknown (always do even if I log in LOL) but would love to win a Barbara Gray original. good luck everyone.

    always good to visit the Clarity 'workshop' at the shows.

    Gaz

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  42. I watched Barbara make this and she made it look sooo easy. I know from having several attempts that it's not! She is a very talented lady who inspires us all. Oh, and, yes please!!!! 😀

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  43. Love Hochanda Love clarity love this sample

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  44. Fabulous shows as always Barbara. My order arrived today in super fast time.
    Looking forward to your classrooms xx

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  45. Barbara is so inspiring. I'll just have to get the brayer out and try for myself. Oh, to be as talented as BG!!!

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  46. Barbara is so very talented. Love this. Thank you.

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  47. Am I too late , this time difference is a kille .

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  48. Love this. Didn't even know you had a blog until two minutes ago!

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  49. CONGRATULATIONS TDQ Karen - you have won the lovely finished art piece by Barbara. Please drop us a private message on Facebook, with your address, so we can get this in the post for you :)

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