Even as the excitement of my previous giveaway is still fresh in our minds, here I am beginning another giveaway!!
Why am I doing another giveaway? Because I want this to be a season of giving back to my readers. Therefore, I will be hosting as many giveaways as I possibly can in the days leading up to Christmas.
Get ready to keep picking another random numbers!! More leather, some shave soaps and shaving gear and who knows what else will be given away in the coming days!!
For this giveaway I am partnering with my friend Steven Enns of Hand & Sew.
As you may remember, I met Steven in real life during Vancouver’s Eastside Culture Crawl. I visited his shop and had the pleasure of seeing the variety of items he creates, all totally by hand.
A few weeks ago (maybe longer?) I participated in a Massdrop thingy that Steven was part of and I purchased a Simple Lanyard. I have my work keys on the Simple Lanyard and I have been watching that little piece of leather transform and develop a lovely patina as I use it in my day to day routine.
While visiting Steven’s shop I purchased a leather covered Field Notes book. That book is in the early stages of patina-development and I will report back on the progress in the coming months.
Now Steven is partnering with me and offering a Simple Lanyard AND one of his Simple Wallets to one of my readers.
To enter the giveaway, all you have to do is;
- Write a comment with a number between 1 (one) and 1000 (one thousand) on this blog post. (Yes, you can enter with numbers one or 1000).
- One entry per email address.
- On Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 shortly after 6pm PST I will use an iPad app to generate a random number to decide the winner of this giveaway.
- When posting your comment with your chosen number, be sure to include your name and a valid email address (will not be published or shared or sold or used to send you spam). The email address will be the way that I communicate to the winner of this giveaway.
- The winner of the Hand & Sew Simple Lanyard and Simple Wallet will be required to pay the full cost of shipping the leather goods.
Good luck and may the odds be ever in your favour!!