A Lovely Package

December 14, 2011 4 Comments
My A Lovely Package surprise arrived yesterday – and I feel
awful as I haven’t even posted mine yet {today – I promise!}. But you have to
see the amazing the little collection of gifts I received from Annabel at Fragmented Splendour –                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

She sent me a beautiful little turquoise and gold necklace from her jewellery making – I have it on right now and love it!

A uber cute little boat brooch – these old fashioned sailing boats are my favourite type to see out on the water.

Some crocheted snowflakes – how on earth she knew I’d been lusting after crochet snowflakes since Lizzy bought be a book on them {I know I should have made them myself by now, but they look uber complicated. I started one but it confused me!}
And some pom pom bunting. I think the lacey one might be my favourite. These will definitely be up in the house!
I feel a little self-conscious about the package I have sent her now as it is no where near as cute – in fact it is far from ‘cute’ but I was really happy with it {And I just hope it arrives in one piece. I did use bubble wrap but after wrapping I could hear some clinking – I am not sure writing fragile on things works does it?}
You would also not believe the strange looks people at work give you when you tell them you’ve done a blog gift swap. 


  • Anonymous December 14, 2011 at 11:57 am

    Awesome pressies – love the crochet snowflake 🙂

  • Hello Annabel December 14, 2011 at 5:25 pm

    I'm so so glad you like it 😀 I was so nervous sending my gift to you!

  • Kailey December 15, 2011 at 12:12 pm

    Ahh, what an incredible thing to receive in the mail!

  • Emma December 18, 2011 at 9:23 am

    Im defo feeling very lucky with my swap partner. Annabel has been super cute to communicate with too. just hope she likes hers!
    & nic – those snowflakes are to die for aren't they!

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