Friday, September 10, 2010

September Stationery Giveaway!

The Letters & Journals Stationery Giveaway has some great new products being featured for the September giveaway. To be eligible to win this collection of gifts, just be registered to receive the free monthly e-newsletter, LetterNews. Every month Letters & Journals gives away a package of goodies to one lucky winner. We're grateful for our sponsors who so generously donate as well as all of the readers who visit the blog and website. Thank You!

Flying Wish Paper describes itself as "A whimsical kit to make wishes come true." This package comes with 50 sheets of flying wish paper, 25 wish platforms, matches, pencils and instructions. You can see a video demonstration of how Flying Wish Paper works by clicking here.
Regreet Card Organizer & Greeting Card Kit promotes itself with its cute green frog and says that with their product you can "Get more mileage from your greeting cards."

Hotshoe Cards Summer Collection set (6 cards) offers you a chance to submit your photo to compete for $250 and the opportunity to have your photo featured on its own card set!
Quo Vadis Notebook (Exaclair) offers a lined notebook for your writing pleasure! This purse sized journal  was donated by Karen at Exaclair.

 Gelly Roll Stardust Pens (Sakura of America) is a decorative glitter pen for those of you who prefer a little BLING in your notes, letters and journals.
 Pennant Magazine (Fall 2009) was contributed by Richard Jarvis from Pen Collector's of America. "Keeping the history of writing instruments alive through member support and community education." This collectible magazine should satiate your desire for learning more about pens.
 Thanks for visiting L&J blog! It was nice of you to stop by.

UPDATE
Congratulations, Missive Maven! You have won this month's wonderful stationery giveaway! 10/1/2010

3 comments:

Julie (Okami) said...

What cool products!! Looks like you've outdone yourself.

Es said...

Oh Wow!!!! What fantastic products!!!

Jackie Flaherty said...

Thanks for your feedback! I met Regreet and Flying Wish Paper at the National Stationery Show and they were both very sweet and also passionate about their products.