Maker Faire Demo Giveaway

Today I will be at the fantastic Maker Faire Bay Area in San Mateo, California. I’ll be doing a demonstration on turning vintage books into awesome planners, notebooks an address book covers. You can find my original tutorial HERE. I made several styles to show during the demo and thought they would make fantastic giveaways! So I am giving away TWO of the following books to two readers, winners’ choice!

Here are the demo books:

1. Sunday School Library Book/Small Notebook2. Little Red Book/Calendar Planner with funky graphic detail3. Slide Rule/Notebook4. Game Book/Calendar Planner with Ace bookmark5. Life Begins at Forty/Notebook with Cracker Box detail6. The Pink Motel Weekly Reader Book/Calendar Planner with Bookmark7. Stunts and Tumbling for Girls/Pros and Cons Notebook8. Friends and Neighbors/Address Book and Notepad
TO ENTER THE GIVEAWAY: Leave a comment on this post and tell me which book you would choose if you won and why! International readers are welcome to enter. Be sure there’s a way to email you if you win!

GIVEAWAY DEADLINE: Midnight May 28, 2010. Winners will be announced by the following Sunday.

Winner No. 1 gets first pick, AND if you were actually at the Maker Faire and sat through my demo, I am going to tuck something exrtra in your giveaway as a great big THANK YOU! So when the names are randomly drawn, be sure to let me know if you were there, or let me know in your comment.


WINNER NO. 1: Patty of My Life Under the Bus

WINNER NO. 2: Katie of Superflash

Congratulations ladies, and a huge thank you to everyone who entered.

UPDATE NO. 2: Over 400 comments- thank you to all who entered. It was necessary to delete the comments and edit a word or two in this post to eliminate a particular word that has wreaked havoc with SEO on my blog. A 5-letter word, beginning with P, and the topic of book No. 4, shown above.

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