Thanks to those of you who entered the giveaway for a set of mini notecards. Truly, I’ve seen dust bunnies billowing through here of late, given my own spotty presence, so I’m glad at least a few someones chose to join in!
I wanted to get all creative with a random drawing process, but I’m just too deep in work projects right now to think about that, so I settled for boring old random.org, and it told me that the winner is …
Congratulations, Anna! I’ve sent an e-mail to obtain shipping information and will get the cards out to you right away.
Thanks again, friends!
Since I had to print a bunch of proofs of my new mini note card collection to satisfy the quality control department, I happen to have one set of all thirty cards available to give away. Given that I haven’t been a very good blog-community-interactor-er in recent years, I’m guessing there aren’t quite so many readers out there any more—which is to say that this might be the easiest giveaway to win in the history of giveaways, so why not give it a shot?
Let’s keep it simple: Just leave a comment here telling me how you would use the note cards. You must do this before June 1, 2014. (See below for the nitty gritty, fine print stuff.) I’ll randomly select one of your comments and announce the winner here on the following Monday. International entries are welcome and encouraged.
See? Simple. Now have at it! (And I hope your day is sweet!)
(Detail mumbo jumbo: No purchase necessary to enter the giveaway. Odds of winning are dependent on number of entries submitted. Giveaway ends Sunday, June 1, 2014, at 9 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. Winner will be drawn at random and will be announced on www.juneatnoon.com on Monday, June 2, 2014. Winner will be contacted by e-mail within 48 hours for the purpose of obtaining a shipping address; if that person cannot be reached within 3 days after the initial contact, another winner will be randomly selected. Information provided by participants for the purpose of this giveaway is provided to me and me alone. I will not share or sell information and will use the information only for the purpose of contacting the winner. Void where prohibited by law.)
I’ve compiled some of my old illustrations with a few new ones and created three sets of mini note cards, ideal for popping into a lunch box or tucking under a pillow. My test versions were a real hit in the school cafeteria, I hear. (Christen gets a virtual cookie for guessing what these were when I first wrote about them almost a year ago, before I let the project languish in the dark corners of my workspace!)
All of the cards are available as digital files so they can be printed over and over again. They can be found in the shop.