Any clue what I have here?

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:45 PM in
A great gift from Jenny, one of my dearest followers, who had a contest of guessing what she is crafting. And guess what? I WON!!!! A wonderful, practical wallet, such a lucky girl. Thank you so much!



Hi Claudia - I'm glad the wallet arrived safe and sound! Now. I hope you enjoy it and find it handy and practical.

I'm now starting my next few designs...hopefully the process goes a little easier now that I know what I'm doing, and worked out the glitches with the two I recently made (yours being one of them).

Again, thanks for playing along and I was delighted you guessed correctly!

Cheers, Jenny

There, Jenny has given it all away now, by mentioning the word 'wallet' in her comment above! It's lovely to receive something special like that in the post, isn't it? Hope your week is going well my friend.

Congrats on the win! It's quite a pretty wallet, too. :-)

@Jenny - I was the lucky one, and thank you for the chance. Plus it was a great approach to posting :) very creative!
@Diane - thank you for your kind words, all is well on my side of the world.
@Misha - it is, plus very handy!

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