Friday, March 12, 2010

A Little Vintage Giveaway!


I've been wanting to do a giveaway for a while now. So after 3 months of blogging, here it is! Up for grabs is this girl made from vintage kiwiana fabric, felt and tea stained calico. She is stuffed with new polyester fibre fill. Her face is handpainted, then heat set and her arms & legs are doubled stitched for durability (yes, shes been through a bit in life already!). I'll also include 5 doll greeting cards as well!


All you need to do to win her, is leave a comment with your suggestions for dolls names eg: Miss Gretl/Master Edward (1 or 2 is fine). Make sure you include your email or link to your blog etc. If you don't have a blog or google account, just email me through my profile on the left!


If you mention the giveaway on your blog/facebook etc, you'll get 2 entries (just let me know you have done so). You have until sunday March 21st 10pm (NZ). The winner will be chosen randomly and announced on tuesday March 23rd. Entries from all countries accepted! I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with!

46 comments:

FaerySarah said...

yay! i have been waiting for a giveaway from you! tee hee!

Names... Fruity Pigglebottom, Layla, Amberlicity. (the last one is my friends names put together - amber and felicity! genius!)

:-D

PaisleyJade said...

Ooooo - she is so cute! I love Miss Jemimah!

Selina said...

Ohhh, she is just beautiful! I always like the old fashioned names for dolls...Mavis, Edna, Myrtle, those sorts of names.

My fingers are doubly crossed for this giveaway!!

Polka Dot Daze said...

She is gorgeous! Can I steal a pic to put on my blog? Although I am not sure I want to, because then you might get more entries and there will be less chances for me to win!

Girls: Stella, Lily Mae, Molly, Izzy, Georgie, Madison
Boys: Angus, Jacobus, Antonius, Max, Lucca

Jennie said...

Brilliant names! I like old fashioned ones too!

PDD - Thats fine! I thought that too, if I get lots of entries, then I'll do some runner up prizes!?

Sarah said...

Oh I just love her, and her dress is to die for!

I think her name is: Miss Mimi La Rougue!

lusks said...

I think she looks like a Miss Kitty and for another I would say Master Benjamin. Your dolls are lovely. Hope I'm lucky but good luck to all.

Bam Bam Creative said...

Her name is Miss Delilah Bell, definitely!

I'll post on FB too for a second entry xx

Beautiful!

picanini.wordpress.com said...

I can't decide between Miss Mirabelle and Miss Mabelle (Mae for short).
I am amazed by their faces (I came from Creative spaces to your blog) - they are quite mesmerising!

Megan said...

she is gorgeous! I think miss pearl or master tom are cute names :)

Kim said...

She's indeed gorgeous & I'd love to own her :). My suggestions are Miss Rosalie or Miss Evelyn for a girl and Master Bernard or Master Wesley for a boy.

lilmagoolie said...

I love the kiwiana fabric. I've been drooling over your dolls ever since I found your blog last week.

I think Sarah's 'Mimi La Rouge' is genius! I'm going to go with: Sasha Turnbuckle.

P.S I Facebooked about it. Will definitely be posting on my blog about your dolls but don't know if I should mention the competition and cut down my chances...I MUST WIN HER!!

Sarah said...

Mimi La Rouge is mine i tell you! (hehehe)

Ok i'm popping this on my facebook ... but i'm with Polka dot daze ... means lots more people :( boo hoo!

sewfunky said...

I like names like Inga, Astrid, Henry, William... :)

imba said...

I'm sure she's Harriet Jane. She's absolutely dishy!

Kylie Richardson said...

As with all your dolls, she is divine :) I love her green eyes.
I think she looks like a "Miss Sophie Lee" personally.

xx

m.e (Cathie) said...

hi Jennie,
thanks so much for popping by.
i absolutely adore your gorgeous creations, how very delicate (and double stitched aswell) :)

I think she looks like a sweet Miss Lulu

Polka Dot Daze said...

OK - another entry please! I just posted it on my blog! Still not sure that was the right thing to do :) As far as my chances go, that is.

halo said...

she is amazing! count me in for a chance to give her a loving home, and I think that she totally looks like a Tallulah-Aroha. hyphenated, because it makes her feel even MORE special. :)

sewcharlotte said...

wow she is amazing i would call her .... missy! i think thats very sweet x

WandaFish said...

Oh, she is just adorable and I know my little girl would love her very own "Kiwi Anna"!

With those beautiful lips she could also be a kitsch "Ruby Rosebud"

Penelope said...

I think she looks like Kailee Belle.

Cotton Kiwi said...

Hi Jennie. I'd have to take a cue from you and name the girls Miss Eloise or Miss Madeleine after my girls and Tristan or Hugo for the boys. Stately names for stately young men! Great giveaway. She is scrumptious but given that we have 3 of your dolls in our house already, maybe I'm being a little greedy entering this!!

Songbird Designs said...

She is a stylish lady, contemporary but with a classic feel too. I am thinking Miss Amelia Jane. She looks like an Amelia. Yes, Its Amelia Jane for me. Crossing Fingers. Sarah.

PS. FB mention too!

Pam said...

She is beautiful! I think she looks like a Miss Minnie-May or Miss Camilla-Fleur, very elegant!

I'll linkie on my personal FB and Fantail Digital Art FB too...I'll just have to make it sound real nasty so no one wants to enter! ;)

Cherie said...

She looks like a Miss Isabella to me - she's so very cute ;)

Caz said...

Hmm, she is a "Petunia Wattle Blossom" to me. So very lovely. Clever you!

Dee said...

woah! "Ms Mavis" is divine!!!

Snowfairy said...

Gorgeous she looks very French to me. Mademoiselle Gigi (after one of my favourite films).

Cat said...

She's gorgeous - how about Miss Emmie for her emerald eyes.

Ali said...

You are very very clever, this doll is delicious! The Delicious Miss Delia!
(Thanks for the comment over at my blog by the way, love your pink post!)
Ali
x

Sarah Slaven said...

I like Stella Mae, she looks like she's got some spunk.

Chrissy said...

I think she's got to be named after the golden kowhai on her dress. Here's three suggestions:

Orabella (an Italian name meaning beautiful gold)
Xanthe (a Greek name meaning golden)
Aurelia (Latin name meaning)

And I'll post about it on silverjandals.blogspot.com!

TigerLily said...

ooh she's so cute and pretty!
Doll names? how bout Miss Grechen, Miss Freya or Dear Georgi.

yuri.kristi at gmail dotcom

Daya, muito prazer... said...

Names: Lady Vin or Vinta

daiane negretti
daia171@hotmail.com

Julie said...

What a darling doll! How about Lucinda or Amelia?

aunteegem@yahoo.com

Pam said...

She's really lovely. Her little face is so sweet. She actually makes me think of a fictional character from a series written by Kerry Greenwood(Aust). It's set in the time of flappers and her name is The Honourable Miss Phryne (pronounced fry-nee)Fisher. :))

babalisme said...

Jemima!! Oh, it's so overrated for a human child but it fits perfectly for a doll!

Seaside Siblings said...

so cute! I think she should be called Miss Tui (being a little kiwiana doll).

Lyudmila said...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/alittlevintage/4358104820/in/set-72157623148591290/

Trini name )))
lusizova@gmail(dot)com

Goosegirl said...

Your dolly is darling. I think she looks like my little one, so I think she should be "Miss Ahnalin the Dramatic".

BrendaLea, the Prpldy said...

Miss Sweet Pea or Cutie Pie

Thanks for the chance to win

BrendaLea
prpldy (at) comcast dot net

I also have a giveaway on my blog, stop by
http://prpldy15.blogspot.com/

Witchylana said...

oh... She looks like she's plottng something...

I vote for Miss Chiff...

My Daughter thinks she looks like an Alice.

Heh - I've 'facebooked' this too :)

Jo Ashcroft said...

Your dolls are so gorgeous. I am so happy they are that little bit more cheerful now! I would love you to name a doll "Barbara Ann" after my gorgeous mother in law or "Emma Louise" after my niece- both of whom look like your dolls.
I'll facebook this too, and twitter it, and stick it on my blog- unexpectedhug.blogspot.com

citrus daisy said...

I have just stumbled on your blog via Curlypops and Her Library adventures. Gorgous blog and lovely super lovely dolls....

Me thinks Rita, Wanda, Gloria - they remind me of 40's flappers.

skeptis said...

Wow what awesome dolls! I love the stockings.
My vote would be Mildred or Colette :)

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