Monday, March 2, 2015

"Persuasion" Giveaway!


And now for our splendid celebratory giveaway! Each winner is eligible for one prize and the two winners will be drawn on Friday the 6th. (And note: if you've been participating in the read-along, but aren't quite finished, do still feel free to enter! :))

And now for our grand prizes!


1 - Ashley (of Printable Wisdom Design) has most generously
offered her ENTIRE printable silhouette collection to one happy winner!
(Click here to see all five pictures: Jane Austen Silhouette Collection)


and


2 - Yours truly is contributing a paperback copy of one of the best books ever written on Jane Austen! :)





a Rafflecopter giveaway

Also, if you've written anything up for Persuasion on your own blog during the read-along leave your link/s here in a comment and I'll post them in our final link-up at the end of the week! 


~ Do have fun everyone and thanks so much for participating! ~





8 comments:

  1. Oh Heidi, this is so beautiful! I'd LOVE those silhouettes!

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  2. Pure, blissful, awesomeness itself! Oh gosh, I want that book! :D

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  3. Oooooh! I can't decide which I would rather have! I would be so excited to have either. I think maybe I'd like the book slightly more, though.

    I did post about the book here once I'd finished it. I'm happy you're going to do some kind of link-up list :-)

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  4. Wow! Either of those prizes would be so cool! I love Miniatures and Morals so much and it would be great to have my own copy but those silhouettes are gorgeous!

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    1. But I think Miniatures and Morals over all. :)

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  5. Wow! What a delightful giveaway! I just posted my wrap up review on the read-a-long at my blog: http://youngladyexplorer.blogspot.com/2015/03/the-monday-read-persuasion.html

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  6. Whoops, I forgot to specify my favorite prize. I think I'd have to go with the prints.

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  7. I would pick the Jane Austen book.

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