Monday, 5 November 2012

What's New and a Christmas Giveaway

image dictionary page greeting card chandelier iceberg white pearlescent

Yes, yes, yes, I have been playing around with lots of new ideas in recent times and today sees the official launch of the Two Cheeky Monkeys range of dictionary page greeting cards as well as an introduction to the new range of paper buntings and vintage paper confetti at Domum Vindemia!

image dictionary page christmas card wreath vintage

 For those of you who haven't been keeping up to date with my Facebook posts, the dictionary page greeting cards are an idea I have been contemplating for several years now but have only finally decided to pursue it.  They are currently available in two sizes, a "small" 12cm (4 inch) square card in textured white, and a "large" 11.5 x 18cm (4.6 x 7.2in) card in pearlescent white.  The dictionary page cards are available as both single cards and as packs of five to suit both my customers who like to buy "one offs" and those who like to stock up in bulk.  A variety of vintage images are featured on the greeting cards, although customers can always request a special image to suit their needs.

image paper confetti vintage german novel book page starburst shape

And inspired by my re-visiting of an old design idea, I also decided to act on my desire to add vintage paper buntings and vintage paper confetti packs to my range of Domum Vindemia creations.  For the moment I will only be making the paper buntings in a mini-bunting size, though this may change if I find the range to be uber popular.  The paper confetti packs will be sold as sets of 100 in four different shapes made from either old and unloved books or atlases.

image dictionary page card christmas wreath book page bunting paper german

So onto the giveaway!  As Christmas is rapidly approaching and I am unlikely to find time for any more giveaways this year, I am offering up a first AND a second prize to my lovely readers!!!  The first prize winner will receive a square Christmas wreath card and the prototype Fraulein bunting (made from bias binding and pages from an old German novel and approximately 2.3m long).  The second prize winner will receive a square Christmas wreath card and their choice of confetti packs.  How can you be in the running for one of these rather literary prizes?  Simply follow the instructions in the Rafflecopter form below.  The giveaway will run until Sunday, Nov 11 (AEDST) and is open worldwide.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

19 comments:

  1. Your items are all lovely! I'm going to start following your blog :) Sharing the love from Jessidee86 - Handmade Cards http://www.madeit.com.au/Jessidee86

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  2. my little cousin. THanks for the chance.

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  3. Sorry I forgot to add, I would give it to my mother since she is learning German and she would get a kick out of translating it.

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  4. I would give this to my sis. Thanks for the chance :)

    marija.majerle at gmail dot com

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  5. I would give it to my mother since she is hosting Christmas this year!

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  6. Oh dear, do I have to give it away??? It is so beautiful, I was planning to keep it all to myself!! lol

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  7. I'd give it to me!! :)

    dailydealsjc at gmail dot com

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  8. I would give them... to myself, so everybody will visit to see them!!

    DESPINA
    deb_oro@yahoo.gr

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  9. i would give it to my sister!

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  10. I'd give this to my mom. Thank you! eclairre(at)ymail(dot)com

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  11. I'd send this to my grandma. She loves words and we spend a lot of time playing Scrabble together!

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  12. I'd give this to my cousin!
    Email: giovannamata@gmail.com

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  13. I would give it to my daughter!

    Thank you for the chance!

    ksyshenka(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  14. Love the wreath card...so want to win it :)

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  15. I would give it as a christmas present to my younger sister. She love things like this!
    Email: rrjo@wp.pl

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  16. I would give it to my sister-in-law.

    Les Johnson
    katja9_10 at hotmail dot com

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  17. I would give this to a good friend of mine,

    Sarah perry

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