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With just over a week left until the early bird deadline, tickets for the Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweepstakes are going fast. Over 80 per cent of tickets are sold, so don't miss out on your chance to help conquer cancer and win fabulous prizes, like the beautiful Princess Margaret Showhome in Oakville, designed by Lynda Reeves and the H&H design team.

Hundreds of visitors have attended the House & Home Style Saturday events at the Showhome. Most recently, the showhome smelled glorious as Lynda Reeves and food editor Amy Rosen cooked up a storm in the gorgeous kitchen.

House Home Lynda Reeves Amy Rosen

While sharing their cooking tips and tricks, Lynda and Amy each prepared a favourite brunch recipe for guests to sample afterwards.

Amy prepared a yummy egg strada, based on her mother's recipe.

Lynda made sticky buns from scratch, even recruiting audience members to help her make the filling.

After the cooking demonstration (complete with sampling!), guests were treated to a coffee tasting made with the Dolce Gusto coffee machine by Krups.

See more photos of the event in our photo gallery! Plus, stay tuned for photos from the next Style Saturday event, featuring Suzanne Dimma sharing her tips for an eternally stylish home.

Make plans to visit The Princess Margaret Welcome Home Sweepstakes Oakville Showhome this weekend, and tour the gorgeous Sweepstakes grand prize. (If you do visit the home, be sure to take a photo of yourself in your favourite room and upload it to our online cover gallery!) If you don't live nearby, then tour the property virtually by video; it's a must-see.

Tickets are $100 each or $250 for a three-pack. There are over $10 million worth of prizes to be won, including luxury cars, a gorgeous Muskoka cottage and trips all over the world, so order your tickets today!

Photo credits:
Jason Stickley, Leslie Williams

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