Double June Giveaway!!!

Friday, 15 June 2012

We've been so busy working on the new collection (very exciting!) and preparing for Japan, that we neglected our monthly giveaway for May!  So, to remedy things we're doing a double one this month - with two lovely prizes and two chances of winning!


Giveaway No.1: Bird's Nest Plate & Egg Cup.
We like dipping our toasty soldiers into a soft-boiled egg. Tell us what you would eat on your plate if you won it.



Giveaway No.2: Meg Doll
Meg likes travelling to distant places, where would you take her on holiday?

Remember you can answer both questions! Just comment on this post to enter and we'll announce the winners next month.

Do you know a friend who would like to enter? Send them the link below:
http://donnawilsonsblog.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/double-june-giveaway.html

116 comments:

  1. Is this contest open internationally?

    I LOVE these items. They are so cute! I live in Utah, so Meg would see quite a bit of the mountains. I'll take a picture for you =). And if I won the plate, I'd have to think of some cute & fancy dessert to eat on it. Or I might just have to hang it on the wall in my kitchen so that I can admire it every day.

    kprwrite at hotmail dot com

    LOVE your store!

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  2. I really really love these products! I think I would take Meg to the Northpole. really far, but also really cold. So I would dress her up in a nice warm coat and hat, Hmmmmmm!

    and on your lovely plate I would like to eat a sandwich with fresh strawberrys mmmmmmmmmm!

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  3. If I won the gorgeous plate I would serve up a slice of homemade victoria sponge with a cup of tea!!!

    I would love to take Meg to Denmark, I think her knitwear would be appreciated there ;)

    Great competitions.

    Love Jenny

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  4. In my plate
    I would put lots of cake
    after my belly was full
    I would miss what I ate
    and restart to bake.

    If Meg was my friend I would take her on an hot air balloon trip so she could meet tons of birds.


    xo xo
    Ines

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  5. 1) I will bake scones and dip them as much as I can in creme and homemade jam, fresh orange juice on the side, a nice online magazine to read and birds tweeting my ears of (I sit in the garden at about 05.30 so the kids and hubby are still a sleep, me time! )
    2) I will show Meg my garden and she can play with my two little girls as we have a staycation this year and of course she can join us to our vegetable garden and look at the veggies to grow. We will give her a little hat and matching sunglasses ....

    Already looking forward to the new collection! Have a great summer.

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  6. I love peanut butter and Sambal Manis on toast for breakfast. A soft boiled egg would round up my morning meal.

    Meg would travel with me to Normandy late this summer. I would make sure she wouldn't get sunburned ;)

    Maja x

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  7. I would have a yummy baked potato covered in butter and cheese with lots of peas to counteract the cheesey madness!

    And i would take Meg doll on a walk with my dog to the park and i would sneak her into the cinema to warch jaws :-)

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  8. On the Birds Nest Plate, a pile of buttered toast soldiers, a smidgen of marmite.

    And as for Meg, the forest of Fontainebleau, an hour outside of Paris, where we would scurry together like June Bugs through the woods. And when our little legs got tired, we would jump on the train to Paris for a chocolate patisserie!

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  9. I would bake homemade scones and serve them up on my plate with yummy homemade raspberry jam and clotted cream, delish!

    Meg would come to Ireland with me when I go home to visit my family, I'm sure they'd love her.
    rmerrigan@gmail.com

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  10. I think my two year old daughter would love to eat wiggly worm spaghetti from such a plate. We would plan our adventures with meg doll starting from brighton beach where we live.

    Emma xo

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  11. If I won the plate I would most certainly use it to eat a big old slice of grasshopper pie with extra whipped cream on the side.

    Meg would be whisked away to Edinburgh with me. She would love it there, it is the most beautiful city in the world.

    Kate
    x

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  12. Pancakes are a favorite around this house. Maybe a bird shaped pancake on a bird plate.
    And for Meg, she would accompany us to Chincoteague Island to visit the wild ponies and collect sea shells.

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  13. I would eat homemade chocolate chip cookies on this plate along with a glass of milk! And I would take Meg along with us to Hilton Head Island, South Carolina! I think she would enjoy seeing the ocean :)

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  14. Mmm, with the soft-boiled egg I would like to share with my son a slice of pizza made by my husband, with parmesan cheese, tomato, rucola and ricotta! Mmm Yammiii

    About Meg, we will love to welcome her to Buenos Aires and take her with us to our next destination. Where??? Mmm, for now it is a secret!!

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  15. I think I would make some minty green & blue macaroons to eat off the plate. Cos, it's all about colour co-ordination!

    & Meg could just hang out & follow me. I work on my own so it would be nice for the company. I might not go far but she'd get to visit a lot of old junk shops & get some Devon air.

    Izzy,
    mail@isabelknowles.com

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  16. I did dip my toast into an boiled egg and still do so. Nobody else does it and just finds my way very strange! Great to hear there are more people like me. :-)

    I would eat tagliatelle on this plate - gives a cosy nest to this beautiful bird.

    Meg? I would take her to the seaside in the Netherlands. A very stormy sea is the most beautiful miracle in the world. She's got boots and gloves so she's prepared for the spoondrift and the heavy wind and we can have a lovely day at the beach.

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  17. In weekends we love to have an extensive breakfast. So I would have all kinds of food on this plate: bread of course, freshly made by our turkish neighbours, pancakes, fruits and home made pastry!
    If this give away would have been in May, Meg would have travelled to Peru and Bolivia with me, now she can come and live in Antwerp - better known as THE city or THE metropolis :-) (Antwerp locals are just a little megalomaniac)

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  18. Dear Donna Wilson.

    May I introduce myself? I am the travel guide of the cutest girl on earth, called Meg. I will introduce her to my parents, which live far, far away high in the mountains of Switzerland. The grass there is as green as her dress and I am sure that she will like the clean air. It will make her cheeks even more rosy. Of course we will take a nice picture from our trip with the biggest mountains in the background. Meg and me will send it to our lovely friend Donna.

    Meg is already perfectly dressed for this place, cause It's often very cold there and she will need her beautiful woolen gloves and her warm jumper. If she will be hungry, I'll introduce her to Swiss specialities, like the famous chocolate and cheese.

    If I had a Bird's Nest Plate, I would serve Meg fondue on it. She would get the biggest pieces of bread and the biggest cucumber to go with it, for sure. After this nice journey to the countryside, Meg and me would return to my place in the city, where she could rest on my sofa and fall in love with my bird cushion there. I would be so absolutely delighted because my birdie is very lonely at the moment! If anything I just wrote will come true this story will end with "and they lived happily ever after".

    Sending you much love,
    Sara

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  19. My oldest daughter has said she would eat cold pizza off of the plate and my youngest daughter would love to take Meg to Camp Bestival with us in July.

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  20. I would love to eat lots of cake on the plate.

    I would take Meg with me to my hometown and visit my niece.

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  21. I would put some bagels on that plate, I love bagels. With cheese and red onions or cream cheese and salmon or mozarella and tomato and some fresh basil (wow, I'm getting hungry now ☺)And a fresh soft boiled egg from my mothers chicken, some jasmine tea. I'd be a very happy camper.

    I'm sure my daughter would love to take Meg on vacation. We're going to a sweet little house in the woods, close to the beach, so lot's of swimming and building sandcastles.
    If I could take Meg somewhere, it would be NYC, I'm a bit homesick and really need to get me some NYC soon.

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  22. Only Battenberg - the best cake in the world - is a cake worthy of resting on such a beautiful plate and I'm sure I would be fighting the bird over the marzipan!

    Meg the Doll would be right at home sitting next to my hand knitted Mr Bean Teddy in my Classic Mini 'Maud'. We would take her on a mini adventure every day.

    Katie xx

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  23. Oooh, right, so firstly i think i would have to have toasted Warburton's (because, let's face it - It really has to be) crumpets, with just a little bit too much butter on and a delicate scraping of Marmite...

    I think that Meg would rather enjoy a summer of camping with us. Deepest darkest Dorset (and North Devon too if we're feeling really exotic) Ice creams for lunch, haloumi cooked to perfection on the campfire and a spot of knitting of an evening. Heavenly.

    Wendy

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  24. I'll take meg to Africa and visit my fav island "tarkwa bay" Lagos and catch some rays (meg needs some colour on her cheeks). Go swimming with the local dolphins, take their nos and hang out later. Meg and I will camp out on the beach and watch shooting stars in the night sky.For supper The plate will be lavished with spicy beef stew, okra and eba washed down with palm wine. Yummy!!

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  25. I would lay nothing on that plate, it's to gorgeous to hide ;-)

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  26. On my beautiful plate I would have to eat fairy bread (a white slice with butter and hundreds and thousands sprinkled on to).
    As for the lovely meg, she would come into the den I built with my twins today in their bedroom as it will probably still be raining here in the uk, so lots of stories to read and cuddles to have, plus fun with torches which I know meg will love

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  27. Black bean burritos with lots of fresh guacamole and salsa and Tabasco sauce on the plate! Super yumm!

    And if I won the lady doll I would give her to my best friend's daughter Elsa to take with her to Mexico.

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  28. the biggest slice of carrot cake i could possibly find! (or maybe just the entire cake?)

    and meg would come with me to the secret woods my nan and grampy used to take me to on holiday, she'd like it alot :) x

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  29. I really Love the plate... I would serve my sons food on it... he eats only tiny bits, but he loves birds... maybe he could Enjoy eating a bit more!

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  30. ooo look at the owl beaker! It would be the perfect partner to my wolfie woo geddit?! :) Wolfie looks a little sad in my kitchen on his own.

    If I had a beautiful plate like that i'd want to see the design mirage through my dinner (!) so it would have to be baked camembert with too much garlic which I could munch my way through with homemade crusty bread to fight over.

    Meg could come on my worldwide adventure i'm planning next at the beginning of next year - NZ, Japan, Alaska, Norway - she might even send a few postcards home to her lovely DW friends to enjoy

    Does she like traditional country dress??

    :)

    Janet S

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  31. I would put some of my home made chocolate chip cookies on the plate straight from the oven, fresh, warm & yummy. And if I won, I'd add a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream in the centre, mmm perfect!

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  32. as its a bird nest then eggs are surely the most appropriate of foods n'est pas?
    however, given that you've nabbed that one (!) then lets look at the magpie and their love of shiny things. My shiny thing would have to be glossy fatty free-range cumberland sausages with some cheesy mash on the side. Meg could hang out with my niece and nephews and enter their magical daily world - surely there is no better place to be than a child's imagination?

    Jense

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  33. I would eat a nice summery salad on the plate and take Meg with me to visit my niece and nephew whom I haven't seen for a while.

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  34. I would take meg somewhere where her beautiful english cheeks could grow pinker
    fresh air and high mountains afresh!
    the little birdie would have my fridays fish and chips treat, doesn't sound glamorous but its my weekly treat and should be honoured with a special plate no?! I'd lovingly wash it afterwards, it wouldn't be a plaque but a part of my weekly life and as I age in life I realise we should treat everyday as unique and not hold on to this fictional ideal of perfection one day holding off from really living!
    life is meant to be lived, heathily!
    peace and love,
    RS

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  35. I'd like to eat mushroom omelet and some fruit on this plate.
    And I'd like to take Meg to Istanbul for a great summer vacation. Therefore she'd have an opportunity to see her ancestors in Istanbul Toy Museum!

    Thank for this great giveaway!
    xx
    Gulcin
    gkocabuga@gmail.com

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  36. I would eat a piece of bread with Nutela on that lovely plate... so so cute!

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  37. I would eat raspberries with double swiss cream in this cute plate and would love to take Meg on a trip to Kiruna in Sweden, where you can see the midnight sun in the summertime!
    Thanks Donna for all the beautiful things you create, it makes the world softer and warmer :)

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  38. Ok, scrambled eggs, smoked salmon and avocado on toast with black pepper. And I would take Meg with me back to London to see all our friends new babies, that would be lovely.
    Thanks for the cute giveaway :)

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  39. strawberries ! from my garden !

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  40. I've never had a breakfast with eggs. I have to confess I wouldn't even know how to use that egg cup, so definitely I'd go for some toasts and eggs ;)

    Hey Meg, how about coming to Chile?

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  41. Hi Donna - you can't get much further than Australia (unless I take her home to NZ when I visit! I think she'd like it there)

    I wrote a wee 'Ode to Donna Wilson' poem in a post about you recently...

    http://thissydneylife.wordpress.com/2012/06/01/ode-to-donna-wilson-knitting-designer/

    All the best from Syders!

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  42. Giveaway No.1: Bird's Nest Plate & Egg Cup.
    I think that I would eat a grilled cheese and tomato sandwich on the plate with a side of sliced avocado.

    Giveaway No.2: Meg Doll
    I live on the coast of Maine, so to the beach.

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  43. yay to giveaways! I think I'll take Meg on a little camping adventure. We'll go deep into the woods, set up our little tent, and have fun exploring. We'll do things like picking flowers, doodling in our little sketchbooks, and cloud-watching. We'll have a nice fire going on to keep us warm, and eat toasted marshmallows all day long.

    Thank you for this!

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  44. I'd have vegemite on toast of course!!

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  45. How lovely! I would eat a crepes with blueberries inside on the plate and take Meg to NYC in December when I go! Cheers!

    heatheranne99 at gmail dot com

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  46. Well i guess it would be kind of a crime to eat poultry off that plate, wouldn't it... ;) a nice nest of spaghetti with meatballs as eggs could be suitable.

    I'd take Meg to every single greek island there is. To show her the true beauty of this country that is presented in the media as the black sheep of europe!

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  47. Together with my little girl Lily we would take Meg home to Ireland to visit family and friends. Then in morning after a party I would use the plate to have a lovely sausage roll with lots of red sauce... Might have that now :)

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  48. I would eat a very rich dark brownie from the plate... And the doll should goe with my nieces to Mallorca. Not so exotic i know, but for my sister and her family that is their dream getaway -just to play around in the pool and eat something they have not made themself. I would love that the Meg doll could goe in their suitcase and tell me all about the trip when they return to Denmark again...

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  49. That plate just screams scrambled eggs and bacon. And just to make sure the egg cup doesn't feel neglected, I'd put some little flowers in her like daisies or buttercups.

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  50. I just broke my meg plate :-( and I only wanted to put little breads from the oven on it... A new Doona plate with birds would make me soooo happy!!

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  51. The egg (cocotier) is so delicate it reminders me my childhood when my mom used to cook egg and we were dipping in with her homemade bread!!!!

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  52. This plate would be the official birthday cake plate in our home.
    I would have to give meg to my daughter Suzie who goes on mini adventures everyday. I could just picture the two of them now checking in on the hens or looking under the bed for meg's other friends, pretending to tightrope walk across the back of the couch together. Meg and Suzie would be best friends, I just know it!

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  53. I would love to eat a fresh scone with butter and lemon curd from that beautiful plate!

    If Meg was mine, me and my kids would take her on our summer holiday to Cornwall, and take her walking along the coastal paths to see a theatrical production at the Minack theatre which is up a cliffside overlooking the Atlantic. :) Rachel

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  54. You know what? I didn't even know you had a monthly giveaway. I just love your blog. How fun that you do this. Okay, I'll give it a go. For the plate: I'd eat a nice little salad with arugula, tomatoes and some fresh cheese, as not to make the birdy feel bad about eating meat or eggs. For the meg doll: Well, I'd take her to the beach with me on my bike ride. She'd see all the surfers and joggers and the beautiful sand and sea. Very peaceful and serene!

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  55. My sister and I are smitten with both of these! I would eat homemade buttermilk biscuits made fantastically by our father with raspberry jam on the birdie plate. As for the adorable little lady, my sister would whisk her off on holiday to the rolling hills of Scotland. :)

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  56. I would bake a lovely applepie and eat some of it slowly, slowly with a dip of whipped cream... mmmmm

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  57. My little man would be eating pikelets with apple jam on that gorgeous little birdy's nest plate and would try to feed the birdy some pikelets too! I think there would be a toy dinosaur sitting in that cute egg cup, wanting pikelets too :)

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  58. What a pretty plate... I'd eat Swedish Pancakes with Nutella (Pannkakor)off it. Mmm!

    I'm going to take Meg on a holiday inside my room, will explore all the unchartered territories and I'll introduce Meg to all the fun things I keep and collect.... and I'll also take her to Hong Kong when I vacation there this year.

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  59. Well I have to admit that you have been such an inspiration to me and the plate is one of my favourites that I probably couldn't bring myself to use it. Therefore I would display it near my desk on the wall so if motivation or inspiration was running low all I'd have to do is look at it. And the egg cup could sit nicely on my desk and be used for something arty, holding my nibs maybe? (clean ones of course!)
    And I'm sure Meg would love to join us on our holiday to Ingoldmells! We don't go anywhere exotic but a lovely family holiday near the sea is more important than far away locales. She'll have to be quick though as we go soon! ;)

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  60. i want to eat bougli boulga in this fantastic plate!! (imaginary food),like in the movie "hook".

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  61. As for the plate, i am sure i would end up by eating fresh fruits (kiwi would do a nice pattern with the design) and goat cheese... and for the beautiful Meg, i would seat her by my side in the car (with the belt tied) and drive her all around Italy!
    hugs!!

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  62. I would take Meg on a trip to the land of midnight sun, Norrbotten in northern Sweden. There we would visit my parents and eat strawberrys and whipped cream for breakfast on beatiful plates from Donna Wilson :)

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  63. I would like to eat real Dutch 'poffertjes' on the beautiful plate. These are little pancakes with a lot of sugar, mmmm. And I'll like to bring the lovely doll Meg to Normandy, to walk along the harbour of Honfleur. One of my favourite holiday-places!

    Susan (from the Netherlands)

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  64. Hi Donna, love your work and blog!
    If I won the plate, I would use it to feed my son lots of nice new foods (he's currently being weaned). I would also use it to eat my husbands lovely german pancakes from with lots of strawberries, maple syrup and icing sugar on top.
    We would like to take Meg to our local park for a picnic and I'm pretty certain she would get lots of kisses from my son (he's 5 and a bit months).

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  65. Beautiful! I would hang the plate on the wall, so I can look at it at all times! And Meg I would take to our attic, our girls will soon sleep there in their new room and they wood love her!

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  66. How lovely! I would probably serve up a delicious mushroom and truffle (oil!) risotto as it's my favourite meal at the moment! And I would take Meg to the South of France to sit amongst the lavender bushes by the pool where I've been every summer since I was 10! :) xx

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  67. Wow, I love both items! The first question made me dream a little, since I've recently been diagnosed with pregnancy diabetes and I'm on a strict diet now, which means all I can think of is food. So hungry! So, when the baby is born, I would probably put a nice piece of cake on this plate, for example 'chocolate love pie' by Coffee Company, which we also had as a wedding cake. Yummie! Mel I would definitely give to my daughter once she is born. The colors are exactly what I have in mind for her nursery, yellow, green and a little pink. I'm not sure if she would travel far away places any time soon, her first holiday will probably be to our family summer home in Noordwijk at the sea, the Netherlands. Our first family trip with the for of us abroad will probably be to the italian country side, hope that suites her?

    Any

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  68. I'd like to eat a boiled egg and tomato open sandwich from the plate with a little cress, which is all a bit strangely bird nesty. And I'd take Meg off for a ride on my bicycle - I'd like to cycle through Scandinavia one day.

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  69. alas meg and mog is what comes to my brain when I think of a meg so I think I would have to find her a mog. This would no doubt involve some adventures far and wide (or at least around our sofa!). As for birdie, I think mini shredded wheat nests with mini eggs (which have a ridiculous calorie count I recently found out to my horror) have to be top choice - she'd feel right at home!

    Madeleine

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  70. On my boat for the pair of em to sail the seven seas!

    Royso

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  71. I would not be eating any poultry off that plate - I would feel so guilty. :)
    I would eat my favorite meal - salad, baguette and cheese, strawberries grown here in Oregon.
    I think Meg would like to go with me to Siena this summer and ride in a basket on my bike.

    LOVE your work!
    Jennifer

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  72. The plate would be my favourite breakfast plate and in case I win it i will eat lots of "Pfannkuchen" off it!

    The lovely Meg will travel with our family to France in the summer - we have two girls and they will love her!

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  73. Adorable!

    That plate looks perfect for an egg white omelet & toast.

    I would take Meg to the beach in Cape Cod this summer and to Berkshire mountains in the Fall.

    xo

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  74. If I won the plate I would use it when I eat sourdough toast with homemade apricot jam.

    And if I was lucky enough to win Meg I would take her on holiday to Dubbo. Dubbo is a medium-sized town about five hours drive west of Sydney, notable for its prison and free range zoo. We would do a road trip.

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  75. We are big egg lovers in our family as well. My favorite is a folded egg with goat cheese and kale in it. Such a lovely design and so delish looking.
    Miss Meg (we share the same name) I think should travel with my two little fabulous girls on our first road trip to San Francisco. She would LOVE this trip. Lots of car ride songs, silly jokes and sweet giggles. XOXO. Thank you for the giveaway. Hope I win!

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  76. Aah I love this beautiful plate! My family and friends always joke that I like to nest (arrange myself in a nest surrounded by all my comfort things!) so it would suit me down to the ground! I have actually recently moved into a new apartment and we have hardly any crockery so this plate would get all of my use :). I would use the set for marmite soldiers and boiled eggs for breakfast (a classic since my childhood!) and for lunch I would use it for Avocado and grilled cheese sandwiches! Alternatively, if I thought the plate needed a rest, I would put all my bits of jewelery on it on my dresser, or put my business cards and rubbers on it on my desk! There could be so many different uses for this beautiful set x

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  77. I would eat a brownie on the plate and take Meg to the mountains here in Colorado where her mittens would come in handy.
    Amy
    nigellafoxy at gmail dot com

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  78. This is a gorgeous giveaway!
    I really love the plate and I can imagine mysealf eating some toasts with homemade marmelade together with a cup of mint tea. As regards sweet Meg, I think she would be the perfect companion during my next trip to Amsterdam, why not!? :)

    Thanks!***

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  79. Well, Both things looks delightfull.
    Plate deserve to be covered in one version by all kind of leaves: lettuce, cabbage,swiss chard, but leaving the bird visible .In second version I see a whole spaggetti looks like earthworms to feeding the bird.
    And Meg, I would take her to my bagpack and go in a trip this summer Romania.
    Fantastic giveaway.

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  80. If I won Meg she would go on a long journey to the other side of world. My niece in Australia would love her and teach her to dance like a ballerina. I love the plate it is so beautiful and I would have a big slice of lemon drizzle cake with a lovely cuppa of Earl Grey, yummy.

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  81. I would eat home made honey cake off the plate if I were to win it...it's one of my favourite cakes at the moment (and it has lavender icing)....yum :) I'd take Meg on holiday to Penzance to meet some other members of my family...I think she'd have a wonderful time coming for a walk to Newlyn to the gallery there to have a look around or heading into the woods to pick blackberries...it's very peaceful and she looks like a calm kinda lady :) x

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  82. I'd propably eat just regular every day food (like macaroni and cheese) from the plate but I'm sure that the food would taste 100 times better!

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  83. Nº1 > A tomato and garlic bruschetta with fresh basil
    Nº 2 > I would take her to Tuscany in Italy for some desert: Ice cream!
    E-mail: helena.design.grafico at gmail dot com.
    Tks! Cheers!*

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  84. I would use the gorgeous plate to spread my homemade apricot and fig jam on freshly baked sourdough bread. I would be mastering this one blissful moment of solitude, afforded to me only while my lovely, yet demanding infant daughter is occupied with her beautiful new Meg doll.

    :)

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  85. We think Meg would love to come and live with us in Cornwall, she will have a little girl called Daisy to play with and two boys called Felix and Monty. She can play in the tree house and down by the stream, although she may not travel far she would be loved very much! Our chickens will lays us eggs to eat and we will all be happy!! x

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  86. I hope my daughter would eat her vegetables from this plate. Real quick so she can see the beautifull drawing.

    And Meg should travel with us to the south of France. We could use some little help with the bbq!

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  87. Valentina Agostini20 June 2012 at 12:16

    1) pancake with peanutbutter and jelly
    2) she will be with me in all my travel from Luxembourg to my home town in Italy. But I will really love her as my travelmate!!

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  88. Such a lovely plate... I guess I'd like to have scones, clotted cream and raspberry jam in it. One of my British favourites!
    And sweet Meg seems to be equipped to travel to cold places and don's ask me why but I am thinking of Finland and its beautiful forests and lakes.
    Thanks for this wonderful double giveaway!
    Fanny
    fanny.soubiran@orange.fr

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  89. Cake on the plate! And Meg and I would head off on a wee city mini-break.

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  90. I would definitely eat one of my fresh laid eggs from our 5 new chickens on this plate! And Meg would go on a nice journey to my friend Alice's house to live with my little friend Emmy.

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  91. So many fab ideas! I asked my some of my class of 8 year olds what they would eat off this plate: jaffa cakes, worms (when I asked whether they meant real worms, I was relieved to hear, no, jelly worms!), dalek cake (we made this so the children could write instructions), pottage (we are studying Tudors at the moment, I really felt I had taught something!) Lastly, a big pile of chocolate ice cream "and I would lick it to make sure the bird wasn't dirty". As for Meg, we are going to Sweden on our holidays and I think it would suit her as she looks Swedish so maybe she will meet friends when she is there. xx

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  92. I think its time for Meg Doll to visit Poland! I hope she will not fall in love and will not wants to stay out there.... On Bird's Nest Plate & Egg Cup I will eat my soft-boiled egg with some nice salad with toast.
    Have a great day.

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  93. We would take Meg to Hawaii next month, and show her what it's like to travel in a plane for nine straight hours! I'm sure she'd be very helpful in entertaining our daughter. But in all seriousness, we would show her the mountains, the ocean, and hopefully a few whales.

    I'm sure the egg cup would be used for eggs around here, as that seems to be all we eat! But also, syrup. Our daughter loves to dip her breakfast foods in syrup and we are constantly running out of tiny bowls. :)

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  94. The plate is gorgeous! I'd use it for poached egg on toast, because then it's like the egg is in the nest.
    I would take Meg to France in the car, with her seatbelt fastened of course!

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  95. If I won the gorgeous plate I would serve up a slice of nutella tart and ice cream with a cup of tea!!!

    I would love to take Meg back home here in Singapore!!!

    Love Spoiltbytes

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  96. I would eat bacon and eggs on that plate.

    I would take Meg to Maldives!

    graceongkx[at]gmail[dot]com

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  97. A nice piece of dark chocolate would look stunning on that plate! YUM!

    I'll take Meg to the Oregon coast...she's a little pale, so some sun would do her some good!

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  98. meg would go to the netherlands first and then i would send her to my little friend in quatar

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  99. Plate-french toast! the kind you soak overnight in evaporated milk and lemon zest. Yum!

    Doll-I would give to my 4 yr old daughter who would love it and play with it and imagine with it!

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  100. I am not copying, but I LOVE soft boiled eggs so that is what I would eat on my plate if won!! Meg would be taken with me to the hospital on my all too frequent visits.

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  101. On that plate I would eat chopped up watermelon, pineapple and strawberries on a thin, warm crepe with a dollop of extra fat yogurt (what I am currently craving - it's 40 degrees C in Montreal right now!)

    And to travel with Meg? Hmmm I just had a 3 week old baby so I'm happy right where I am -- I would be more than happy to take her to the park nearby for a picnic with my family though! And for an ice cream on the way back. Double strawberry cream.

    Love these products Donna. Your work truly rocks.

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  102. fresh handpicked strawberries & a tiny cup of sugar would be a perfect match with the bird's nest plate & egg cup

    would also love Meg's company during our roadtrip to Croatia & Slovenia this summer, no seatbelts for her! cruizing on my dashboard next to my sunnies & jar of jellybeans ;-)

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  103. no animal products for me, thanks. Just fresh fruits that I would share with my hubby and a little avocado for Miss Kitty. I would put a shot of coffee in the egg bowl...since I'm supposed to be 'off' coffee, one little shot wouldn't be so bad. I looooove and adore this set!
    jen@jenmeyerart.com

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  104. i would put some toast for my son on that plate, and maybe some bread sticks as he loves to dunk them into his "tap tap egg". mmm i will try not to steal his yoke.
    then i would wash it up and have a big slice of the carrot cake i have just baked on it.

    maybe meg could come to cornwall with us all? its very nice there even when it rains and i think she would like roskillys ice cream. she could play with my 2 very nice nieces.

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  105. I would put a piece of toast and spread it with avocado and Persian feta cheese on that plate . Yummy .
    Then I would take Meg to the beach and sit in the warm sun watching the waves ,while the dogs played together on the sand. The beach in the winter is the best , I love it . Sunny Australia has the best weather !

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  106. I would eat some frozen fruit kebabs, with grapes, kiwi and banana.fingers crossed

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  107. I would take her to our caravan for lazy days of tea drinking and evenings around the campfire.

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  108. I wish I could eat fresh melon skewers, with mint - it would perfectly fit the green of the plate...And I think Meg would like to go to the beach with us, to read books and watch the seagulls.
    really nice work!!

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    1. Meg would go to Melbourne with me and check out the markets and cafes,she may even take her own dishes to eat from....

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  109. i bought the mog plate for my boyfriend a while ago and he loves it! i would set the bird's nest plate right next to his mog plate and eat our favorite kale salad with dried cranberries and cashews! then i would take meg to the conservatory at my favorite park in seattle, volunteer park, and wonder around the succulent room! it's nice and warm in there!

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  110. I would eat oodles and oodles of mashed potato! I love mashed potato soooo much :)
    But on a random note: have you ever tried marmite soldiers dipped in a soft boiled egg? SO yummy! I was introduced to marmite soldiers in a lovely b&b in Brighton, which is where I would take beautiful little Meg. As lovely as all the places are in the world, I really think a trip to a breezy, pebbled beach with one of those giant, swirly lolly pops to munch on makes life just that little bit more perfect :) I would buy Meg her own little lolly pop too of course! :)
    Love your work so much :)

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  111. From this plate I would love to eat a large yorkshire pudding full of gravy with lots of crispy roast potatoes floating around in it! (My tummy is rumbling at the thought!)

    Meg would have to with me to Norway to travel up the Fjords and see amazing waterfalls and stop at random little towns on the way.

    Chris James

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  112. I would take Meg to the Edinburgh International Book Festival this summer...I've been waiting for the past 4 hours to try and get tickets! Nightmare! But we WILL get some...and they are for my daughters favourite author Lari Don, she writes about faeries, kelpies, mermaids and such the like. I'm sure Meg would love it!
    To celebrate the momentous achievement of getting through to the Book Festival checkout and finally purchasing my tickets I would bake either my favourite Primrose Bakery chocolate cupcakes or a ginger and rhubarb cake...and i'd munch them off the birdie nest plate with great satisfaction :)
    Wishing a lovely summer to everyone :)

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  113. Oh what a treat!
    Visiting my hometown in Sweden for midsummer it would have to be:
    Food: pickled herring, new potatoes with dill and butter.
    Travel: Meg would stay in a red cottage by a lake, pick flowers, read books and go skinny dipping.
    Love summer! X
    Emma

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