Indie Fixx Holiday Card Giveaway – let me see how creative you are!
It’s time for another contest here at Indie Fixx. I also know that it’s time for you to begin working on your holiday card list…so you can just go ahead & add one more name to your list—-ME! Send me a handmade holiday card or postcard and be entered to win the prize pictured above. I want to see how creative you guys are….and to be truthful, I want to get some holiday cards too!
How to enter:
Make a handmade holiday card or postcard and snail mail it to me. The deadline to enter is December 20th, so all submissions must be postmarked no later December 24th (eta…I extended the deadline from the 20th). Only one entry per person. Remember, your card doesn’t need to be fancy, but it does need to be handmade. You can choose a holiday to commemorate or just celebrate the winter season. Your card can be little or big, 2d or 3d, use recycled materials or not…you have complete creative control. I will be choosing standout entries to share on Indie Fixx though. You must include your email address and your favorite contest sponsor (see the list below) for your entry to be valid.
You can send your entries to:
Indie Fixx Holiday Card Giveaway
P.O. Box 291
Newark, DE 19715 US
How to win:
On December 31st, I will choose one random entry and that person will win the prize. The winner will be notified by email, so please be sure to include your email address with your entry. This contest is open to international entrants as well.
Don’t forget, your card must be handmade; include your favorite contest sponsor from the list below and include your email address to be valid.
The prize is valued at $470 and includes donated goodies (pictured above) from the following shops.
Ity Bity Bags
Ex Libris Anonymous
The Happygirl Shop
The Sparrow Fist (not pictured)
Sid’s in Stitches
A Planet 4 Creation
Little Sparrow Nest
P.S. Congrats to Laura from Winnipeg (Comment #157) for winning the Indie Fixx Autumn Cornucopia Giveaway! Robyn from Craft & Found also won a prize for posting about the contest, which is where Laura read about it. Thanks to all of you who posted about the contest and left comments.