National Craft Month Giveaway: Typecast Paper Collection

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Hello We R friends, and Happy Monday! We hope you enjoyed your weekend, and that you’re ready to face a new week. We’re continuing our month-long celebration of National Craft Month with another giveaway!

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Today we’re featuring the Mint Typecast Paper Collection, and one lucky reader will win selections from this collection. To enter, please leave a comment below telling us your favorite color Typecast Typewriter: black, pink, mint, or white. Comments will remain open until Thursday, March 9th at midnight. A winner will be announced Friday morning here on the blog. Good luck, and be sure to check back to see if you won!

 

P.S. Be sure to check back with all our social media channels during National Craft Month because we may or may not be giving away a Typecast Typewriter sometime. Just sayin’.

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312 thoughts on “National Craft Month Giveaway: Typecast Paper Collection

  1. Mint is my favorite color of the Typecast Typewriter. Although I really love them all! I recently received the mint typewriter as a gift πŸ™‚ Thank you for the chance to win some items to go with it!

  2. Would absolutely love to win the pink typewriter. I’ve been looking at it in the stores. Thanks for the chance to win! πŸ˜‰

  3. I really want the mint and the matching sewing machine when it is available. Mint is just such a now color and they will both be the finishing touches to my craft room.

  4. Fantastic give-away. I would love any one…perhaps black. My favorite color is yellow and black would be perfect for my craft area which has a yellow accent wall. Many thanks.

  5. I have been watching this item at all of the blogs and shows, just love it!! I think I would choose the White one, but I really love the mint one!!

  6. I would have to say white, simply because it matches my craft room better than the other colors. But I love the mint, too.

  7. Mint is my favorite, but the pink is a close second! I have adored these since they were first released. They remind me of learning how to type in high school.

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