While I'll be doing some reviews and running some more giveaways over the next few weeks, to kick things off I have three sealed Dreamday Pattern Journals and one three-pack of Johanna Basford "Secret Garden" mini journals to give out. These are all very nice notebooks/journals, containing blank pages for writing and drawing interspersed with "coloring in" sheets consisting of patterns and, in the case of the mini-journals, Johanna Basford drawings. I have not opened the Secret Garden Mini Journals, but the Dreamday Pattern Journals have very nice paper stock that should hold up well to most inks (and maybe watercolors?).
Giveaway Terms and Conditions are as follows:
- In order to enter the giveaway, leave a comment on this blog post indicating which book you want. While you don't need to provide your full name, be sure to leave at least some identifying information. (A first or last name plus an initial is generally sufficient.) The options are: (1) Dreamday: Art Deco; (2) Dreamday: Marrakech; (3) Dreamday: Heraldic; and (4) Johanna Basford: Secret Garden Mini Journals. I've included Amazon links here to provide details on each book, including pictures and retail value.
- The Giveaway will end at 11:59pm Central Time on Sunday, May 21, 2017.
- At the close of the giveaway, I will assign each entry a number and pick four winners using a random number generator. I will announce the winners on the blog the following Monday or Tuesday and give each winner exactly one week to contact me to provide a shipping address. Information submitted by entrants and/or winners will be used by me solely to ship your item and will not be sold or otherwise provided to Laurence King or any other sponsor. In the event more than one person indicates a preference for the same journal, the person who reaches out to me first to claim their prize will have first refusal.
- Limit one entry and one prize per person. Your odds of winning are directly proportionate to how many people enter. Giveaway is open to U.S. Residents only (sorry, international shipping on books is expensive).