GIVEAWAY: CUSTOM CIPHER STATIONERY FROM GADABOUT

Happy Monday! I’m so excited to kick off the week with a fabulous giveaway from Gadabout. For those of you unacquainted, Gadabout is the stationery and design company run by graphic design extraordinaire Hanna Seabrook. I’ve long been a fan of Hanna’s charming designs – some of the chicest correspondence cards you’ve ever seen. Whether I’m ogling over her stationery designs or admiring her fantastic blog, I simply can’t get enough of this lady! And now you have a chance to add some Gadabout to your life! Hanna is offering one lucky reader a custom cipher stationery set.  Each custom cipher is hand drawn and printed on heavy vellum finish 5×7 card stock. The winner will have the opportunity to work with Hanna to design your very own cipher in any color you’d like! Of course, pink would be my choice. This might just be my favorite giveaway yet…
To enter the giveaway: (1) “Like” Gadabout on Facebook (2) Follow Gadabout on Twitter, (3) Leave me a comment below with your e-mail address so I can contact you if you win! For an extra chance to win, tweet about this giveaway mentioning @LuellaandJune and @Gadabout. The winner will be announced this Friday, February 24th. Good luck!

77 thoughts on “GIVEAWAY: CUSTOM CIPHER STATIONERY FROM GADABOUT

  1. Love Gadabout and their beautiful stationery! I have been a twitter follower and am now a facebook fan! My email is twirlingclare@gmail.com! I will definitely be tweeting about this throughout the week as well xoxo
    Hope you had a great weekend and have a wonderful week!
    Toodles,
    Twirling Clare
    twirlingclare.blogspot.com

  2. I liked Gadabout on facebook and have followed them on twitter! I would love to win this giveaway because ive been writing thank you notes like crazy after interviews for internships and these would be so cute and would hopefully help me get a job!
    kfrenkel@ku.edu

    about to tweet now…

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