2016 Sasha Festival – More

I thought it would be interesting to show items that were well used during the festival  plus a few, wonderful wins!

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My paddle #35 was a great paddle.  It was used for the auction and the number 35 was my number for the helper and raffle drawings.  A lucky number for me! 🙂

 

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The agenda, paper dolls, a coloring book and a cook book (not shown) were nice items to find in your envelope.  Also, the back of the paddle is a dear Sasha Image to color…thank you Cathy Himmel for the coloring opportunities.  Dorisanne Osborne put the cook book together with receives submitted by fellow Sasha collectors. 🙂

 

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Sheila wrote a nice thank you note for helping with the festival as a table hostess.  You might have noticed a cherry dotted box.  What is that?

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This box and its contents were donated by the very talented and generous lady, Christine Durand.  The hostess volunteer numbers were drawn to win this box and #35 was drawn! I was so surprised! 🙂

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Inside is a gorgeous dress and a beautiful bunch of fragrant lavender from Christine’s garden.  🙂

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How lovely!  The second apron is lovely and I love the blue gingham fabric which gives a special nod to our Sashas. ❤️

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The very pretty blouse and the special petticoat make for a perfect Sasha outfit.  I feel very blessed to have won such a special prize. ❤️

Helpers

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Some of the helper wins.  Some of the helper wins were gifted to others. 🙂

Gift Exchange

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This lovely coat with two hats was a lucky gift exchange win.  Made by Esther Kardini. 🙂

Auction

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I won 3 auction items.  The first is this wonderful set donated by Diane Duke (mini Kaffe cardigan), Judith of Dollydoodles (trousers), and Noreen (gold leather shoes). Fantastic!

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The second win was this box which contains the festival items from the 2013 festival..  That was my first Sasha festival and a wonderful memory. 🙂

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The light blue dress with lovely smocking and hearts was made by Millie Dingham.  Both outfits have shoes and socks and the studio dress has black leather shoes made by Jean Jensen. The outfits that I brought home in 2013 were different from these outfits.  It was so nice to win this auction. 🙂

My third auction win will be shown in the next post modeled by the newest member of the Sasha Shangri-La family. ❤️

Thank you for visiting with us today.  Have a wonderful weekend! 🙂 xxx

5 thoughts on “2016 Sasha Festival – More

  1. Ginger Want wonderful treasure you received ! The perfect box to win for your helper prize! That outfit is wonderful and will look fabulous on any of your girls.
    And I love your raffle wins! That gorgeous colours of Diane’s jacket complimented by the Dolly Doddle trousers and Noreen shoes ! I bet you had to fight to win that set! And the box full of goodies from the 2013 festival another great win.
    I’m looking forward to seeing what else you brought home with you.. 🙂 xxx

  2. I always love to see the Festival ‘Goodies!’ Such a big part of any Sasha Festival.
    Great colouring idea for the back of the paddle too.
    You won some super things from the Auction and how wonderful to receive such gifts for generally helping and being a table hostess.(I too was a table hostess at the UK Sasha Festival in Stratford-upon-Avon.)
    Looking forward to seeing some of your dolls wearing these new outfits over your next posts..

  3. I am really looking forward to making some of those recipes in the cookbook, I love that they are favourite recipes passed down. Your helper prize is just so beautiful, I love seeing it again in your photos. I can almost smell that lavender. Your auction items are perfect too and I loved our Show and Tell session where we got to paw each others goodies ❤

  4. WOW Ginger you did really well, well done! Some lovely things to take home with you. I really look forward to seeing who amongst your gorgeous Sasha/Gregor family, get to wear the new outfits 🙂
    Big hugs Sharon xxx

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