Monday, 21 October 2013

{Giveaway: Country Living Magazine Christmas Fair, Glasgow SECC}

***The competition has now ended and the three lucky winners have been emailed. Please check in case I've gone into your spam folder! If you can send me your address and I will post out the tickets asap***

Is anyone else uber excited about Christmas? I just love the build up to the festive season!!

Next month, on 21st - 24th November, the Country Living Magazine Christmas Fair returns to Glasgow's SECC. If you haven't been before, then I totally recommend it. I go each year and love it!



And guess what, I've got three pairs of tickets for my lovely readers to win. All you need to do is follow the simple Rafflecopter below and leave a comment :-)

If that's not enough, if you don't win, I've managed to wangle a 10% discount off tickets when booking online. You just need to use the code CLG133.


There are numerous stalls at the fair each with beautiful and unique gifts. On top of that, there's also all the seasonal decorating ideas - garlands, baubles, glassware, candles... right up my street!

New this year is the DFS Lifestyle Theatre which will offer expert advice on how to make the most of your home, garden and more over the Christmas period. 
"Author and home-maker Cherry Menlove will share a wealth of ideas for individual table settings for festive dining – from country chic to candles and glass – she’ll inspire every home, taste and budget.  Scotland’s festive front doors will never be the same again after Cherry demonstrates her magical techniques for creating the iconic Christmas wreath using unusual materials and methods and brand-new Christmas colour palettes.
Meanwhile, home-craft expert and writer Karon Grieve will demonstrate how to make all-natural simmer pots and pot pourri to keep your home smelling fabulous throughout Christmas and beyond without breaking the bank.  The BBC Radio Scotland regular will also show how to create home-made goodies for that perfect Christmas hamper.  
No Christmas gift-giver should miss the gift-wrapping demonstrations from expert Jane Means.  Packed with tips on how to tackle awkward shapes and make your gifts look stunning on a tight budget, her classes are a festive essential."
I had hoped to get along to the Jane Means gift wrapping course at One Devonshire Gardens last year but didn't make it, so I'm looking forward to seeing her at the fair to pick up some gift wrapping tips!


a Rafflecopter giveaway

The giveaway will finish on Fri 15th November allowing me time to get the tickets posted out to the lucky winners.
UK residents only please, and there is no alternative prize. Thanks, and good luck!

27 comments:

  1. I LOVE this fair, it really gets me in the mood for Christmas. I'm not quite there yet this year ;)

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  2. Never been but getting more and more into all this kind of thing! X

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  3. Ooh this looks right up my street :)

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  4. Really fancy this fair!

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  5. First Christmas in Glasgow and first time HOSTING Christmas dinner! Erk! I'd love to pick up some decorations for my flat - as much as I'm quite nervous about having 20 people over for Christmas dinner, I'm really looking forward to putting up the tree and putting up the decorations - roll on December!!

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  6. I absolutely love the Country Living Christmas Fair. Really puts you in the festive mood and loads of unique and beautiful decorations and gifts to be found!

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  7. Id love to go. So many creative people and fab christmas gift ideas.

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  8. Would love to go again! Although I get a bit overwhelmed with loveliness! Emma h

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  9. this sounds so lovely and so festive! Christmas is coming around so soon... just in time to get organised x

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  10. Looks very festive and fun! xxx

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  11. Would love to win, it looks like a great day out!!

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  12. Sounds great, would love to go!

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  13. Sounds great, would love to go!

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  14. Ooooh I love Christmas so I think this would be really good to go to. Also means that I could do my Christmas shopping in Glasgow as not been in a couple of years :). x

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  15. It will be fab and great to get you all festive and creative!!

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  16. You know I would love this just as much as you ;) xx

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  17. I'm obsessed about Christmas so the idea of shopping in November sounds fab! X

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  18. So looking forward to the fair & a free ticket would make my day!!

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  19. so much to do
    and really excited about seeing the crafts and rarely available
    gifts from some of the exhibitors

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  20. Such a great event and it would be lovely to win tickets! x

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  21. I am getting mucho excited about Christmas already - been in our house a year, but no funds to splash out on decorating last year. Looking to make up for it this year. Thanks for the blog and hope you have many happy wonderful years in your new house.

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  22. This looks as if it would be right up my street!

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  23. I'd love to go to this :) I'd take my mum along as she's been having a bit of a hard time lately with family illness and she could do with some cheering up.

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  24. Never too early to get in to the Christmas spirit, and the Country Living Christmas Fair was fab when I went last year!

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  25. Very nice deocrations. This year, we will start putting up our Christmas decorations earlier than last year to feel the spirit of Christmas sooner. Thanks for the cheer!

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