Giveaway!

In anticipation (and celebration!) of the upcoming holiday, I am giving away, to one lucky reader, a set of my new Urchin No. 2 Note cards that are now available in my shop!  I love the simplicity of these and the whimsical shapes...and they are blank inside, which makes them great for any occasion from a birthday to a thank you.


 
 
 

Here's how to enter:

I want to hear who you would send a letter to if you could.  It could be anyone in the world, dead or alive.  You can answer and enter to win two ways:

1.  On my blog, post your answer using the comment form.

2.  If you follow me on Twitter, tweet your answer in reply to my tweet.

(Facebook fans, unfortunately, you will have to come here and post on the blog.  I just found out that Facebook doesn't allow contests on fan pages.  Sorry.  I still love you though!).

I will be picking a winner on Thursday, December 3rd using random.org.

Bonne chance!


...also...don't forget that I am offering free shipping on EVERYTHING in the shop from 12am (EST) Black Friday (Nov. 27th) to 11:59pm (EST) Cyber Monday (Nov. 30th).

70 comments:

littledeadmommy said...

Those cards are very pretty. I love the design. Great giveaway.

If I could send a letter to him, I would send a letter to my little brother who recently passed away. I miss him so much.

littledeadmommy@gmail.com

kbo said...

THey're beautiful!

I would send a letter to one of my nearest friends who just had a baby boy (who I have not seen yet), and tell her how happy I am for her, and how strong she has been through all of her issues. And of course how much she means to me.

/Kira imitable.kira@gmail.com

Deb - Two Cheeky Monkeys said...

Beatiful cards! And thanks for the giveaway :)

I would send a letter to my maternal grandmother if I could. She died soon after I got married and missed out on seeing my beautiful children, whom I know she would have loved to bits.

JennTRC said...

I would send it to my man i'm in love with, several states away!

jrerwin6 at gmail dot com

International Giveaways said...

The design on the cards is SO nice. I would send them to my friend Harold who moved to Alaska and is greatly missed.

BTW, I posted about this giveaway in my new blog: http://internationalgiveaways.blogspot.com/2009/11/tiny-inklings-note-cards.html

Thanks for the opportunity to win it!

Ronit
internationalgiveaways at gmail.com
http://internationalgiveaways.blogspot.com

Sihui said...

Lovely cards:) I'd send a letter to my friend Maybelline from back home. I miss her dearly.

Thanks:)
origamibysisi[at]gmail[dot]com

janil said...

I think I'll send you myself!!!They're very pretty!!!

cal_rubies at yahoo dot es

SandyM204 said...

There is a secret in my family..a BIG secret, and if I could, I would send a letter to my little sis telling her who she really is, but I can't.
sandym204 @ gmail dot com

pippirose said...

I love the design!
I would send a letter to my mom, who died over 20 years ago...and tell her I still miss her, and think about us baking those fantastic Christmas cookies every year.

pippirose59 at gmail dot com

The Soap Corner said...

To my girlfriend who died of cancer last week. I would write to say the many things that were left unsaid. teresa@thesoapcorner.com

OzKnitter said...

Lovely cards. I'd write a letter to my grandmother who died a few months before I was born.

Thanks for the chance
ozknitter AT gmail DOT com

The Russ Family said...

my sister would love these cards, so i would send her one just to show her i'm cool

Amber said...

I would send a card to my grammy!

Allison said...

I would send a card to my grandmother telling her how much I miss her and how much she meant to me. She passed away 2 years ago at the age of 102 & the day after Christmas was her birthday.

Alexa said...

I would (and just might, now) send a letter to my Mom letting her know how much I appreciate all her love, support, and help! Especially since I've had my son who's now 3.5 months old.

Meg said...

I would send a letter to my three grandparents who died when I was young. Thanking them for raising such wonderful children (my parents).

meg_ramsey [at] yahoo [dot] com

Eliza said...

i would send a letter to my great-grandmother, who died not long before i was born.

Minja said...

I love your cards that can be used for different ocassions-that's my favorite type, and you make them so unique and with beautiful colors! You could frame them as pictures.

Stephanie said...

I would send a letter to my kids in the future, to let them know how I feel about their childhood. I need to get that down on paper before the feelings are lost and only memories of events remain.

stephanie dot chockley at gmail dot com

grace said...

I would give a letter to my husband for him to keep in his desk at work. That way, when he gets the office blues, he can look at the letter I wrote (on your beautiful cards) and remember how much I love him!

gsyed1120@gmail.com

Brittany said...

Beautiful cards! I would send one to my new friends in Zambia, Africa. My husband, brother-in-law and I spent two weeks working for a Christian organization that operates a medical clinic, school, churches, orphanage and farm. We're forever changed by our new friends. If only they didn't so far away!

MarKoosModernDesign said...

If I could, I would send a note to my Grandfather who passed away when I was four. We were the best of friends, and to this day I miss him deeply!

Love the design....matches everything in my home....weird.

lemonlimekids said...

the cards are beautiful!

i would send a letter to each of my 6 siblings letting them know how grateful i am for them this year.

Laura said...

I need to catch up with my college roommate

Matthew said...

great design - if i could send a card to anyone it would be to my sister who is about to be wed.

K said...

I would send a letter to my dear friend Heather from back home who I miss every day.

mccowkk@gmail.com

britt said...

these cards are beautiful. I would write a letter to Francisco Franco, the man who was the dictator of Spain during WWII. I would chastise him and try to change his mind about allowing hilter to bomb guernica.

kaitlin said...

so adorable! quirky & sweet. i would send a letter to my niece who lives in another state. she's the sweetest & sassiest little thing there is. much like your cards!

Megan: said...

I would send a card to my best friend Amy, who lives two time zones away. We used to send hand-made cards, but now just use email. I miss the excitement of getting a unique card/surprise in the mail!

Gorgeous cards!

Rachel said...

gorgeous cards!

i'd send a little note to my best friend who lives across the country!

Rachel
res1984 at gmail dot com

C-Squirrel said...

I would write an encouraging letter of hope to someone but I wouldn't put a name on it. I would put the letter on a car window or some place it could easily be found. We all need hope regardless of where it comes from.

C-Squirrel

The Berry Clan said...

I raise a lot of money for my job in ministry so i'd write a note to one of the many wonderful people who believe in what i do!

amycberry@gmail.com

yogagirl said...

I would write a letter to my daughter who's in law school and stressed and thinking her world will always be like it is today. I'd tell her all things in due time and that she's blossoming at the exact time and place she should.

Lindsey said...

I would write a letter to my aunt who passed away this time last year. She was an amazing woman who inspired everyone she met. I would send her a Christmas card because she was always so wonderful (and punctual) about sending cards to people (and I know that she loved the season). I would tell her that I love her and that she was/is a remarkable woman.

My email is rarimanolive{@}yahoo.com.
My name is Lindsey.

MELANIE said...

Great question! I'd send it to my BFF who lives in another state. I would tell her how much I appreciate her.

Kara said...

Um, I'm gonna have to say.....even though he's not real (let's just pretend he is)......Edward Cullen. Yes.

meredythdvm said...

I am part of the Senior Adults Ministry at my church. I send cards to seniors having a difficult time. I love to send them cards of encouragement.

laurel said...

I would pen a note to my Grammy who will be turning 90 next month. She is a petite, sharp, tiny, hip, positive woman who is well-loved by everyone she encounters. While many, many people consider her a friend, at her age her true friends have nearly all passed on and letters truly brighten her day.

dyylannn said...

I would write a letter to my grandpa ... i never got to meet him and i would love to know what he is like

bsupersmiley@earthlink.net

martairvine said...

Lovely cards! I would send a letter to my Grandmother, who I have much in common with, but didn't get to know very well.

Colegirl said...

I often times send letters to my friend Lisa in South Carolina. We are both Jane Austin fanatics and love the whimsy of communicating through a well written letter.

Shelby said...

I love the cards! I would send one to my grandma. She passed away years ago, but I still really miss her and her wonderful cooking.

Jolee Wallace said...

These cards are beautiful. I would write a letter to my dad. He has been dead now for 10 years. I need to catch him up on everything he has missed. How much my kids have grown and how things have changed so much. Most of all to tell him how much I miss him and how much I love him. :)

rachel said...

I would send a letter to my grandfather.

cliftoncontest at gmail dot com

Ashley said...

I'd send the 15 year old me a letter. Dear me, those things and people you think are SO important, are not in the big picture. Oh, and choose a career you love! Don't always go the safe route.

:)

Nancy said...

I would send a letter to my twelve-year-old self!!

sleepingKelly said...

My friend Amber in Canadia.

Grandma2Twins said...

I would send one to my mom. She is my best friend and supports me no matter what. She sees everyone elses flaws and thinks I'm an angel.

Jen said...

i'd send a letter to my husband and daughter, for them to read in twenty years.

jmdavee said...

Simple is always the best and these are simply beauty-full!

I'd write a heart-felt note of appreciation to my psychologist of the last 10 years who has held the latern up for me to find my way out of darkness.

Craft Camp said...

I would send a letter to my grandmother whom my daughter is named after. They never met.

Cheryl said...

The cards remind me of the beaches of California. I would send a note to my brother who is going through a divorce.

Cheryl said...

The cards remind me of some wonderful vacations on the beaches of California. I would send a note to my ex-mother-in-law that I have not seen for 25 years.

ltran106 said...

My work writes cards to military members for the holidays, i would use the card to write a note for a soilder for the holidays.

Emily said...

I would send a thank-you note to my mother, thanking her for all that she does for me :)

Jamie said...

I would send a letter to my mama.. she passed before I understand how much I could learn from her.

jacqueline.ferrer said...

If could send a letter to anyone I wanted (dead or alive), I would want to send it to my lola (grandmother) who passed away 4 years on the day before my birthday. I want to tell her all the things I wasn't able to say when she left. I miss her being around.

jacqueline(dot)ferrer(at)gmail(dot)com

lanky said...

If I could write to someone it would have to be my cousin to tell her how pleased I am she is bettering her life and finding a fantastic job!

lankylegslass(at)hotmail(dot)com

Becca said...

Beautiful.

I'd write a letter for my husband to get as a surprise. Just to spice things up.

5Lips said...

I love these cards!

I would send a letter to my friend who passed away three years ago. I would tell her that I still think about her and that I miss her terribly!

Georgia Muggli said...

I would send a card to my gram. She passed away this summer, and although we got really close and were able to say a lot while her health was deteriorating, there's so much more I want to know about her life, her opinions, her (and my) history. I want to be able to tell her how much I love and miss her, and that I know she is watching over my shoulder sometimes. She had the prettiest handwriting. I may not have inherited that from her, but I know she would have loved these notecards!

mim said...

i would send a letter to my grandfather who died before i was born. He died when my mother was a child and I never got a sense of who he was from her--it's something i wondered about often, whether he'd like me or see himself in me, what his life was like, what mattered to him...

LexKa said...

I would send a letter to my very close friend who moved across the country when we were kids.

Kristine said...

Great giveaway! I would write a letter to my husband and slip it into his computer case before work, telling him how much I'm looking forward to becoming a new parent with him...

mosspointsnorth.wordpress.com said...

super cute! I would send a letter to my good friend Rachel in OR!!

Ellie said...

Love the cards! I'd send a letter to my husband, we're living apart this year :( which sucks, but it's really kickstarted our snail mail correspondence!
ellie[dot]cheung[at]gmail[dot]com

Aik said...

I will send a card to my cousin who's residing in Australia. We seldom meet each other, so I think it'll be great for her to receive the warmest greeting on the coldest season of the year.

aikychien at yahoo dot com

Glorysgirl said...

What a beautiful design!

I would send a card to my best friend who just got married telling her how blessed I was to be part of her big day, how much happiness I wish for her, how wonderful she was as a bride, and how thankful I am for her friendship.

sara said...

i would send a letter to my best friend who i miss dearly and who shares my love for stationary!

NeoHouToo said...

I would send it to my mother if I could, and tell her I forgive her.