Rossichka

Is the winner of the stationery giveaway! Rossichka's Bulgarian blog is called Out of the Shell and you can find it here.

If you didn't win but would like one of these handmade notepaper sets there are two in the shop today...

Lovely manilla packets with five sheets of upcycled notepaper and five lined envelopes, all tied up with linen thread. And there is free post and packing anywhere in the world. Hope you like them.

10 comments:

Cottage Garden said...

Congratulations to Rossichka on winning such a lovely giveaway!

I must pop by your shop again Sue - I adore my grey linen heart ...

Will check out Rossichka's blog - many thanks for the link.

Jeanne x

rossichka said...

Thank you, dear Sue! Oh, how lucky I am! Quite tired after a puppet performance I had today (I act from time to time), I came back home to find the happy news... Now I feel great! I love to write letters. The first who'll receive one written on your sheet of paper will be my English friend - Fiona. Our correspondence began some 30 years ago, when we were schoolgirls... All of these letters will be very special as your giveaway is!

Gigibird said...

Beautiful.
I see you have sold out already! I'm not surprised as they are just so classy. Like you is:)

Sue said...

There's still one left actually... :-)

PG said...

I'm so glad Rossichka won! :)

Julia said...

Your stationary is absolutely gorgeous...Can't imagine anything nicer than receiving a beautiful hand written letter like that. Hope you sell loads!

Frances said...

Congratulations to the very talented Rossichka! I so enjoyed visiting her post, and trying to recover my almost totally lost ability to read the Russian language.

This just makes me even happier to be able to connect with folks all over the world, even if it is virtual connecting. xo

la z'idiote said...

It's wonderfull ! I've made a post to speak about your blog because I love it so much :-)))

ginny said...

they are beautiful Sue
x

rossichka said...

Dear Frances, we, the Bulgarians, read and write using the Cyrillic alphabet. It was created in 9th century by the Bulgarians - brothers Cyril and Methodius. The Old Bulgarian language is a basis for the creation of Russian, Serbian, Slovenian and other Slav languages. That’s why it was possible for you to read in my blog, having studied once Russian!:))
And you could even understand something!