Monday, 5 May 2014

Blog Candy Winner!

Blog Candy Winner

Drum roll, fanfares, cheers and applause for the winner of my blog candy prize!!! 
No Vuvuzelas please.
You will remember the oppressive annoyance of the vuvuzela horns which wrecked the atmosphere of the last football World Cup. 
They were eventually banned at UK matches.
 Well it looks like we will have yet another annoyance to endure at the forthcoming World Cup in June.
Be warned the Caxirola will be there in full noise!
Here it is... 
the Caxirola Maraca

and the winner of my blog candy is .....




 who, amazingly, was the first to guess and who was also spot on with 102.
I have since made another 40 pieces during my travels and thanks to easyjet delays! 
Well done to Sam and I will be making her a handmade needle case or patchwork covered note book. 
I'll be getting in touch to arrange the choices of fabric, colours etc.

More pics from my German trip.
The white building is the Rathaus in the town where my DD2 lives and it dates from the 13th century.

This is the Heinrich Heine Haus where my DD was married
 The wisteria was in full bloom a whole month earlier than usual.
We loved this little quality piece of graffiti and it looked somewhat like a Banksy.


sam21ski said...

Oooh Jo what can I say, I'm absolutely thrilled to of won and thanks for getting in touch to let me know.

As ever, I just adore all your wonder photos of the stunning places you find to visit. And I'm so pleased that you get to see your family so often.

Thanks once again - Sam xxx

Helen said...

Well done to Sam, fancy her getting the exact number! I love the photos - have to say that Sutton town hall doesn't look anywhere near as fabulous as the one in your DD's town!

Gill said...

Congratulations to Sam!

Lee said...

Well done Sam.BEAUTIFUL pics Jo.Wish I had half your talent.Huggles xxx

tilly said...

That wisteria is many beautiful buildings in Germany,and well done to your winner being spot-on lol
Tilly x

cockney blonde said...

Congratulations Sam.
More lovely piccies Jo although naughty ones at the bottom, x

Twiglet said...

Such colourful pics Jo and that blue blue sky is lovely! x Jo

Dotpat said...

Thanks for your kind comments Jo, it is nice to be back. Just love the pictures on your blog and the things you have made xx

Carla said...

I hope to travel one day. Germany would be nice : )
Thanks for stopping by my blog

Paul Browning said...

Lovely pictures Jo - so colourful. Beautiful to see the blue sky too. Looks an amazing trip :) Px

rose of Walk in the Woods, LLC said...

Congratulations Samski!

And thanks for sharing your world with us!

Carol Q said...

Well done Sam!

Kyla said...

Well done Sam and I have loved reading all your travel notes and some gorgeous photos too.

Caro said...

Gorgeous photos of your German trip. I especially love the wisteria and the street art. Caro x

Anonymous said...

Congratulations Sam on winning. Love the wonderful photos and especially the wall art. I'd love some one talented to do that on a wall for me!! x

Carola Bartz said...

I love your pictures from Germany! We will be going in June, stay for a couple days in Hameln with my brother and then go over to the island of Spiekeroog to meet with my husband's family.

voodoo vixen said...

Everything always looks yummy when you take photos in Germany... I think I would put more than a pound or two on if I visited!