Are you ready for another giveaway?
In keeping with writing and reading, this month I am offering something handy and a little different.
I thought you might like to have this lovely blue ink pen – blue pen with blue ink. The unique thing about this keepsake pen is that you can insert a small photo in the top of it. Cool, huh? You twist the writing point out because of that feature.
This pen also has a clip back so you can clip it onto a page of stationery or a shirt pocket to make it harder to lose.
If you want to enter the draw for a chance to win this keepsake photo pen, leave a comment telling me if you devised a clever way to not lose your pens, or if you are like me and often have to search whenever you need one.
Draw date for this giveaway is at 10 PM AST, that’s 9 PM Eastern, on Wednesday, April 13. This gives you lots of time to pass the word on to others, too.
I will use Random.org name picker to find out which of you is the winner. Watch here the next morning for the announcement, and don’t forget to check your email. These could be yours!
Remember, you have until April 13 to get your name into the draw, but don’t put it off!
PS: I have been trying to find things easy to mail so that I can send them anywhere. I was told at the post office that to mail overseas it’s much easier to send something that is paper, otherwise postage leaps in price – as in doubles! – even if it’s the same weight. Seems a little ridiculous to me, but that’s their rule – not mine. Because of that,
I am very sorry that I can offer this item only to my readers in Canada and the United States.
I AM WILLING AND ABLE TO SEND THIS ITEM ANYWHERE. (CHECKED AT POST OFFICE AND FOUND AN ACCEPTABLE RATE FOR THIS.)
Thanks for reading, and … Creative Musings! 🙂
A lovely prize for those in Canada and the US. We have learned as well to keep things very flat and papery when mailing from overseas! We now send gifts to grandkids through Amazon. Saves a lot of money in postage and gets there faster.
I’ve wondered about using Amazon for my giveaways and might resort to that for a later draw.
Sure wish I could extend this to beyond this continent.
Thanks, Darlene, for your comment.
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I agree with youb that finding apen is aproblem at times. My husband keeps abunch on his desk in an old pat so I am using jack Miner pot(cup size broken) to keep at my desk. Also I have one note books which has a place for a pen on one side as long as it is not too fat. It’s a black leatherettecover which pops open and pen its in.
By the way, Lynn, I jusread the True story of winnie for REFOREMO and thought it was excellent.I have yet to get Sophie’s squah from the library.Thanks for looking at my page. It is hard to get comments,isn’t it?
Blessingson all you have to do with care -giving.I work with Hospice of Essex county and Windsor so know that there is much to do for others. I also do pastoralcare for church.
Welcome to my blog, Jane! I thought your name was familiar .. it’s because I’ve seen you on ReFoReMo.
I have yet to read the true story of Winnie. I think you’ll really like Sophie’s Squash, it’s a sweet story.
Yes, although some days I have many viewers very few leave comments.
I wish you well in your writing and with all you do to help others. Thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.