Christmas giveaway! Win a Rudolf brooch

I said I'd do a reindeer brooch giveaway when I hit 100 likes on Facebook. When I started to draft this post I was at 97 but in between posting that I was going to start the giveaway today anyway and coming home from a work event another 23 people have liked my page and I'm over the moon!

I'm also really excited as Cutie and the Feast will be part of the Craft Collective Ltd pop up shop at the urban winter village in Liverpool city centre which launches this Thursday the 21st November and is there until the 22nd December.

Some of the Rudolf brooches, as well as other cute critters, will be on sale but you can also win a Rudolf brooch of your very own! 

The winner of the brooch will also get to name their reindeer and give him a personality with likes/dislikes. Or alternatively can of course have a surprise name and personality.
The brooch won't be the one in the picture but one I will make specially so if you win you can also choose a different colour scarf if you'd prefer.

Would you like to win? Can you give a reindeer brooch a good home this Christmas? Then have a go by entering the giveaway.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Terms and conditions

Open to UK residents only.

The prize is one needle felted Rudolf brooch. The packaging will be amended to show the name and likes/dislikes chosen by the winner or by Cutie and the Feast if the winner chooses this option. Only one prize is available.

The prize is non transferable and no cash alternative will be offered.
Entry to the prize draw must be via Rafflecopter, no other forms of entries will be accepted.

The closing date for entries is the 1st December 2013 12am.

Winners will be notified by email within 7 days of the closing date.

The name of the winner will also be posted on the Cutie and the feast Facebook page and on

Sorry but to make it fair if I'm related to you then you can;t enter!


  1. I'd call it Felix who loves to laugh

  2. Snowy, he loves to play in the snow

  3. Snowy he loves to play in the snow

  4. From Zara but the internet has gone squiffy!
    "would be a surprise as christmas is all about surprises"
    Very true indeed : D


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