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Imagination Crafts - Card give away

We hope you have been tuning into the wonderful Sue and Lisa on Hochanda today.  They are bringing us the One Day Special, from Imagination Crafts.  As ever, we have had some beautiful demonstrations, and one of the cards you may have seen, is now up for grabs.  It has been signed by Sue and Lisa

Stunning card.  As usual, pop a comment on this posting.

Don't miss the One Day Wonder shows, which will be with you at 12pm, 4pm and the last chance at 7pm.

Remember, the best way not to miss any of the give aways, or crafty news as to what's coming up on Hochanda, is to follow the blog.  Pop your email in the "Follow by Email" section on the right, and you will get an email each time we make a blog posting.

I am pleased to announce the winner of the card by Maria from yesterday's post, is Bella.  Congratulations Bella.  If you can send a message to us via facebook, with your name and address, we will get that lovely card in the post for you.

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  1. Wonderful shows really loved them. Well done Bella for your win. Fingers crossed for this stunning card.

    crafty hugs Pen x

  2. Hello Hochanda blog

    Wow, just found your blog and have just had a read of the older posts.

    Often get to see the shows on Freeview, but sorry that I missed most of the Imagination Craft today. However, love this card and would be honoured to have the chance of winning it!

    Really looking forward to the 'take over' shows this week-end!

    Best wishes Barbara W x

  3. Saw this card being made. I love it and all the other papers on the show. Would love to win this card especially as it is my birthday today! X

    1. Pamela, congratulations, and happy birthday for yesterday - you have won the card!! Please drop us a line with your address via the facebook private messaging, and we'll get it in the post for you :)

    2. Thank you soooo much. What a lovely surprise and an extra birthday present. I have messaged my address. Xx

  4. Missing the shows at the moment trying to catch some on my IPad but not a great signal down at pool( in Tenerife) .
    Nancyd xx


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