20 November, 2012

Create, Decorate & Celebrate with Spotlight Australia {Giveaway November} Now Closed

Spotlight Australia has been my go to store for all things creative for years now.  Even before I caught the sewing bug!  

You name the craft, they've got it covered!

With Christmas just around the corner, Spotlight is the perfect place to find all that you need to Create, Decorate & Celebrate this Christmas!

'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' Quilt Project found HERE
And to make it a little bit easier, the lovely folk at Spotlight have offered up Two $25 Gift vouchers for two lucky Cass Can Sew readers!!!
{That's one $25 voucher for each winner}

Kaisercraft Apple Trees project found HERE

To enter, follow the prompts on the Rafflecopter gadget below & make sure you leave a comment telling me What you'd do if you were locked in your local Spotlight Store for the night.

For bonus entries.... like, follow & share as per the Rafflecopter Gadget.

**This giveaway is only open to Australian Residents sorry**


a Rafflecopter giveaway
Terms & Conditions
1. Competition starts 12.20am AEST (QLD) Tuesday 20th November 2012 & closes 2pm AEST (QLD) Sunday 25th November 2012

2. Winner will be chosen based on creativity.

3. Judge's decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.

4. Winner must make contact within 4 days of being notified via email, otherwise a new winner will be chosen.

5. Prizes are not transferable, changeable or redeemable for cash.

6. Prizes will not be replaced in the event that they are stolen, lost or damaged in transit.

7. This giveaway is in NO way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Facebook.

8. False accounts are traceable and will not be accepted.

9. Winners, once confirmed, will be announced via Cass Can Sew, Facebook & Twitter.

10. Competition open to Australian residents only, over the age of 18 years.

{This giveaway is sponsored by Spotlight Australia.  I have not received payment by way of product or cash for hosting the giveaway}

 Good Luck!!!

**Giveaway now closed**

Congratulations to Kelly C & Rachel W.  
A $25 Gift Card is now headed your way courtesy of Spotlight Australia.

62 comments:

  1. That would be very very dangerous!!

    I would cut myself some gorgeous material (the stuff I tend to not buy because it is too expensive) and sew galore. Find myself a sewing machine (with blanket stitch because mine doesn't have that function) and an overlocker and make as many little girls' and boys' outfits as I could. Then if the store hadn't opened yet I would make some cards/gift tags so I could gift all the outfits to my friends and relatives. :)

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  2. Hmm first I would go to bedding and get myself some gorgeous sheets and a quilt cover and make myself a pretty place to rest, because I will need that as I run through the beading section grabbing all the little packets and making myself some bling. Then I head over the fabric, select a few treasures for myself and Mum stashing them at my rest station, then head over to the yarn section and do a little knitting I'm excited at the thought!

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  3. I would do a test crochet of all the balls of wool for my crochet buddies!!! Then stuff the ones I like the most down my top for future crochet craftiness!

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  4. Oh man, where would one start... though when I was reading Mel's comment above about grabbing some bedding I was all what a brilliant idea uninterrupted sleep! I may just be a little sleep deprived at the moment. lol

    I actually wouldn't know where to begin, patchwork stuff maybe? or just trying out the many different tools and packages they have.

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  5. yarn, yarn, yarn. I would be in yarn heaven. But I have had my eye on a few Christmas crafts, and maybe some bedding! too many choices!

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  6. I would probably go crazy, I will start gathering things I want to work with, start the project, then see something else I like and go for it, and so on... but most likely I will just end up with lots of fabric and cute soft yarn.

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  7. I'd head straight for the fabric and start taking bolts off the shelves. Then I'd do on a large scale, what I do at home. Find fabrics that co-ordinate well together. I'd unwind fabric off the bolts and lay them on top of each other, until I had LOTS of combinations I liked. When I had my combinations, I'd take the bolts to the service desks and cut the fabric myself. I've always imagined I'd like a job cutting fabric... LOL!!! I'd pile everything into a trolley and the good fairy that let me stay the night, would wave her magic wand yet again, telling me to that she would fix the bill. She'd open the doors and I'd come home to enjoy my spoils.

    Thanks for the chance to win, Cass!!!

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  8. Kim m galwayst@hotmail.com20/11/12 8:34 PM

    How awesome! I would make up the most beautiful comfy bed from all the great bedding they have there!!!

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  9. Love spotlight. I can't spend too much time in there though \i have a fabric addiction and always spend too much.

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  10. First stop fabric section!! Followed by threads and patterns. Then sitting down seeing up something for myself <3

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  11. I would have a "Me Party" because it seems only me would be invited so I would make all the things I love, loads of bunting, so so much bunting, paper pom poms, few cushion covers.... then realising what the date was would start making Christmas presents (crochet decorations, book marks, knitted cloths.....)

    Actually, can you organise this please..... : )

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  12. I would get all the things I only dream about, gather together all the fabric I love and find patterns for them in the pattern drawers. Lovely thread and perhaps test out a new machine while I wait for the morning. There would be no boredom in Spotty heaven.

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  13. I would unroll all the soft, soft minky and roll around on it all night.

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  14. Ooo.. I think I would create and write all my Christmas cards while relaxing on the doona cover display. Beside me i would have an open bag of melting chocolate to nibble on. I would also have some of the beautiful soap near by. (I always have to go via the soap section to have a smell every time I am in Spotlight. Heaven!) Then if I had time I would make Bon bons for the Christmas table.

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  15. I'd make myself a gorgeous fort/tent from all my favourite fabrics, adorned with buttons, ribbons and other embellishments. Then I'd fill it with lovely homewares, carpet it with rugs, and add some quickly whipped up furnishings, cushions and blankets. Then I'd live there, sneaking out at night like a shoemaking elf, only sewing wonderful projects every night!

    I'm logged into Rafflecopter as Kate Ryan

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  16. Ann-Maree Bonanno20/11/12 8:46 PM

    I would just take my time and look in each department, savouring all the great things they sell. I would then compile my list of future purchases and then find myself a comfy bed, have a great sleep due to having no snoring husband next to me, and wait for the shop to open in the morning before venturing home for a lovely cup of coffee.....while reading over my list again... :) Aaaaahhhhh......So happy, so rested....... :)

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  17. i would search the pattern books from cover to cover to find the patterns I love. i'd then trace them out and find the perfect fabric and notions so that when i got out the next morning i would be able to get straight into sewing up storm !

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  18. I would set up one of the quilting machines and make myself a queen size quilt. I'd have my choice of cutting mats, rotary cutters and rulers to get to work. Of course it would take me half the night to choose from all the wonderful fabrics, so I might not get finished in one night.

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  19. I would facebook and/or text all of my sewing friends and buddies to tell them there will be a sewing/quilting/craft sleepover at my local Spotlight everybody welcome and can help themselves to as much as they want, on one condition all items made that night will be left in place, to be gifted to all spotlight staff that arrive for work the next morning.

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  20. I would start at one end of the fabrics and start cutting every fabric that I ever wanted.

    Anne xx

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  21. I think I would just take my time & shop till I dropped, searching every department high & low for inspiration! Xx

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  22. I think first of all, I'd be kind of in a panic. Once I realised that I was OK, I'd explore. There is never enough time normally to have a proper look through. I'd take my time and go around filling up the trolley, all set for when the staff arrived first thing.

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  23. wouldn't you love to just get all those pillows and quilts and make a big tent with the material and have like a girls night in Spotlight! Sounds like fun!

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  24. It's hard to stay away from Spotlight when we are living 5mins away... Never run out of excuse to make another trip!

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  25. Samantha Bagg21/11/12 12:17 AM

    after i unravel and roll around in the lush minky i would then play a game or 2 or 3 with the trolleys too see how much stuff i could collect in 5 mins. then i would play dress ups with the dress forms ad fabric. And finally i would lay in my minky mess and dream of all the things i could make

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  27. HI! I'd stack every fabric that I could on their counter and be ready for a BIG CHECK OUT when the store opened;then take a long snooze on the flannel bedding! Thanks for sharing!

    msstitcher1948@yahoo.com

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  28. We don't have a Spotlight store near here...didn't know what it was....went to peruse their Site! lol Wowie!! Would loooove bein' locked in overnight!! Would pick out fabrics, yarn, kids stuff, minky, batting,....oh my...would probably have couple Mountains of stuff piled HIGH!!! Wooohoooo!

    Thanks for chance to win your Drawing! :)

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  29. Overnight in spotlight... It's like the grown up version of being locked in a toy store. I would head straight to the fabric section and get started on making quilts for my two boys :)

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  30. Sleep with yummy fabric.. Oh the lovely dreams I would have!

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  31. If I was locked in local spotlight by myself for the night I would take my time to look at all the materials without little people running around going crazy!!!

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  32. I'd head straight for the wools and find the most expensive wool fabric I could find and make myself a new wool coat with one of their top of the line sewing machines :)

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  33. It would be awesome to have the whole store to yourself! I would make myself comfy on a display bed and start going through the pattern folders... then find the perfect fabric for each one!

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  34. I would roll around in all the fabric! then one by one, I would pull out every fabric and make piles of what I want :)

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  35. Oh lordy... I think I'd hyperventilate a little and then head for the fabrics! I'd make piles according to colour combos, types of fabric etc. And then I would gather all the notions and tools that I usually tell myself 'next time'. Oh and then I might just go and select a new sewing machine - mine is a lovely old Bernina hand me down that does the job but only has six stitches. This is of course assuming there is that lovely magic fairy paying for everything that Pam mentioned above! LOL.

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  36. What a joyful night that would be, definitely look at the DMC threads fabrics and light a candle or two. Lay on one of those beds that say "Don;t Lay here" probably have to get a extra pillow and comforter or two. I would have to explore the pattern section, oh the list goes on.

    Happy days.
    Bev.xoxo

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  37. First I would find some music and turn it up! Then I would just wander aimlessly throughout the store looking at all the things I don't get a chance to with little people under my feet. Then peruse the patterns, set up a sewing machine and an overlocker and a mannequin (wow to actually have one that I can test the fit of clothes on for myself!!) Then search for the perfect fabrics, grab a nice new sharp pair of scissors and start cutting, pinning, sewing without interruption with the exception of finding a kettle to make hot cups of tea :) And when I am finished find a bed and curl of for a night of uninterrupted sleep.... Bliss!

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  38. Oh I don't know! I'd probably cut myself a whole bunch of fabric, and then make myself a bed with all the cushions and fabric rolls, and fall asleep dreaming of patterns, smelling new material. Ahhh bliss

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  39. So many things! It would have to be a kid free night!! Then I would browse the fabric, cut what I want, make sure I have coordinates, then get coordinating threads. I would actually pay attention to what I'm looking at rather than rushing through like I seem to these days!

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  40. I would sit in the yarn department and knit the longest scarf, then decorate it with all the fantastic buttons, lace, flowers and other embellishments. Then I would hang it up around the store, so when the staff got there in the morning it would be a nice surprise.

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  41. Fabric, I would finally spend the time to make something for me instead of the munchkins.

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  43. If I was locked in Spotlight overnight - I would make costumes and re-enact Priscilla Queen of the Desert. Feathers, glitter, sequins and sand everywhere xxx

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  44. oh I'd definitely have a panic attack thinking where do I go first in here!

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  45. Sheree Mattner23/11/12 11:56 AM

    I would take one of their mannequins and dress her in the most elaborate outfit I could. I would create a stunning dress using the most expensive fabric and decorate with stunning lace, beads and feathers.... I would then place it at the entrance so everyone could marvel at her beauty when they arrive.

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  46. I would practise my sewing skills on their sewing machines. Once i had that skill mastered i would head on over to there arts and craft department. ;) I love spotlight, i could easily spend hours in there store if only my hubby and little guy would let me lol

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  47. Oh first yarn I would find myself lots and lots of pretty yarn and start knitting up a storm. Then definitely fabric, quilting fabric I would choose enough to make quilts for all my family and then I would need notions so thread and ribbons, buttons for knitting. Perhaps I would try out an overlocker and choose one to come home with me and I think I need a new sewing machine for quilting on.

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  48. I think I'd test drive all those gadgets that I don't own, like the bias binding maker, different feet on the sewing machines, cutters etc.

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  49. I would knit with all the great yarn Spotlight has. I would make friendship bracelets and create jewellery...

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  50. Only one night? Well, then, time to get busy :) I'd go straight for the yarn and crochet hooks and use one of the gorgeous yarns to make an outfit for Squirm. Then onto the gorgeous fabrics - I want to make myself a wrap around skirt, or six. Finally, back to the Scrapbooking sections, to finally get some layouts for Squirm together :)

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  51. I'd feel like a celeb, whole store to myself! I would grab Christmas presents for all of my family and friends!

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  52. I too would make myself a comfy bed for the night. So many cushions, doonas pillows. It would be perfect, all the time in the world to have a good look around without the kids, heaven!!

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  53. fabulous giveaway!! I would learn to sew :)

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  54. Make sure my craft loving kids are with me and do arts & crafts all night. They'd love it.

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  55. Oooh one whole night of looking and not bumping into someone or having to wait to get to look at a section because someone else is there. To peruse all the fabrics and move em around to find co-ordinating batches and to just take my time, bliss. Certainly wouldn't be getting any sleep!

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  56. I Would like to be like Buddy the Elf in the Movie Elf and make an Amazing Christmas Wonderland

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  57. I would love to have a nap in one of their fancy beds! On my own!

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  58. Kelly Chapman25/11/12 12:57 PM

    OH MY what a dream come true...
    What would I do...
    Well let me tell you!!
    I have lots of plans and ideas...its HELL
    But do I get time?? NEVER I YELL!!
    So first I would find a nice spot on the floor
    Then I would hunt for fabrics galore.
    Next are all the accessories i'll need,
    I race around and get them with heed!
    Then a sewing machine that will work for me
    (I am a beginner you see).
    And then I start and I cute, pin and sew,
    The whole night i'm just GO GO GO!!
    And in the morning my projects are done,
    Oh My what a night filled with such fun!!
    The only problem now is money you see
    As I doubt Spotlight will let me get away for FREE :)

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  59. Oh my table would look so festive come christmas day with decorations from my fave craft store, Spotlight ;-)

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  61. I think I would have to try every sewing machine on display I would make curtains and table decorations for Christmas ...how much time do I have left , Oh yeah then off to crafts to try lots of fiskars tools How much fun could I have??? Heaps .

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