Giveaway Time!

On Monday, I showed you some of the great stuff I got to play with from the Martha Stewart Home Office collection.  I had lots of fun coming up with ways to use it in holiday entertaining and gift giving. Today, I’m giving you a chance to win some of the pieces I thought would make great gifts.  Of course, we won’t tell if you decided to keep them for yourself.

Here are the two packages we are giving away…
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First is a bound 2013 planning calendar and matching journal. These are such a nice way to stay organized all year.
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Second is tablet case and matching wristlet. Such a chic little traveling set. I personally would use that wristlet to keep all my cords and plugs organized.

All you need to do to enter is leave a comment on this post telling us which set you would like to win. If you would be happy to win either one, tell us that too. We’ll chose one random winner for each set. You are allowed one comment entry, though you can get extra entries by linking to this giveaway on Twitter or Facebook and leaving us the link as another comment.

The contest ends at midnight CST on Sunday, December 1st. When you fill out the comment form make sure to leave a viable email address, so we can contact you. This contest is only open to readers in the US and Canada. (Sorry, we are paying for shipping ourselves.)

Good luck!

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28 Comments to Giveaway Time!
    • Tawny
    • oooh I would be happy with either prize, but mostly the first prize would be especially appreciated. Maybe then I would organize better than a bunch of scribbled notes on a chalk board (which always ends up smudged after putting fabric on my desk next to the chalkboard) and the sticky note system that I currently have. :)

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