Saturday, December 22, 2012

A December of Give-Aways: #4 Due or Die

 The final book in my December of Give-Aways is #4: "Due or Die" by Jenn McKinlay.  The bookmark is made from the spine from a vintage copy of Elsie Dinsmore.  The go-withs include a box of vintage bookplates and a handmade folder that contains vintage book pages in a variety of languages for your altered art projects..
This December of give-aways has been so much fun!  I do try to reply to each comment and a few new friends have even asked questions.  Please be aware that I cannot reply when you comment with the "no reply" email address and consider including your real email address in your profile.
The winner of give-away #3 is Heather at Vintage Grey.  Congratulations Heather!
Good luck everyone!

11 comments:

Into Vintage said...

I'm chuckling over the synopsis on the back of the book, in particular the line about solving the mystery at the library before 'someone else checks out.' :-) Fun!! Thanks for your generous month of giveaways!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

Another fun giveaway...OK, I love it! Congratulations to Heather.

Gill said...

Congratulations to Heather and thank you for another great giveaway!

Andy's Attic said...

Lucky Heather! this one looks like fun, too. Thanks for the fun giveaways this month!

Jewels said...

Well I'm up for trying again - otherwise I guess I need to download all these great reads to my Kindle LOL. Thanks for hosting 4 great give aways. Hope you have a safe and merry holiday....J

laurie -magpie ethel said...

I have nothing to read. Either winning a giveaway or a trip to the library is in need!

The Junque Seeker said...

Might as well throw my name into the hat. I love a good book - and ephemera! This was a great idea for a giveaway.

CATHY said...

oh another fun giveaway! Happy holidays to you Kathy and thanks for sharing your goodies with us!

Wendy Wirth said...

I work at a library, and nothing like that ever happens at my workplace. And after reading the back, I want to write to the editors and tell them, the word clew is spelled wrong. If they're actually referring to the ball of yarn, it should be clEW not clUE.

Annette said...

Okay, after the holidays I'm getting these books to read!
Congrats to Heather!

Maggie said...

maybe 4th time's a charm?? Throw my name in the hat, too, and thanks again for a fun giveaway.

and Merry Christmas!!