30 posts in 30 days: zine giveaway

November 30th, 2009 by Susannah

Set those Butterfly Rocket* fireworks alight, this is my 30th post in 30 days! I have successfully completed the Nablopomo challenge for November! To celebrate I am going to giveaway one of my ‘Cut.Paste’ zines. To enter, leave a comment below. I will leave the comments open for 7 days (I will happily post it internationally).

Zine Giveaway

Now this could be rather embarrassing as I have only had several comments in thirty days (Mum you’re in with a shot LOL!). The comments thing doesn’t really bug me as I do receive lovely emails, verbal validation and the site stats reveal a little of what’s going on. I really do blog mostly for my own enjoyment and to share the things I love hoping that someone out there loves them too!

The zine is small, but like the blog full of goodies that I adore including 6 removable mini postcards and a tiny ‘Clown Fairy’ print….

Blog mini postcards and treats

…and three Butterflyrocket badges! I really do love my badgemaker. Love it!

Zine Badges

So go ahead, leave a comment below and you might get it by Christmas!

*a butterfly rocket really is a fire cracker!
** The Cut.Paste edition is a variation of a zine I made in this swap conducted a while ago by Nikki-shell. So if you have one of these already it is pretty similar, but a tiny bit different and it was sold during an exhibition earlier in the year.


I’ll get Eloise to draw the winner out of a ‘hat’ tomorrow. Thanks for the lovely comments ladies! I have more posts coming very soon, I’ve been a bit caught up with December festivities over the past few days and have a huge week ahead with a certain little birthday girl turning 5 next Sunday!

5 Responses to “30 posts in 30 days: zine giveaway”

  1. Mum
    November 30th, 2009 21:24

    I already have one and love it. There. There’s a comment to start the entries flowing 🙂

  2. Michelle
    November 30th, 2009 22:53

    I have loved reading your posts this month and have been inspired to up the posts on my own. And reminded me I need to stop reading through Outlook and click through to blogs so I can actually comment more often!
    Thank you for sharing all the treasures (and your own personal history), and also the beautiful girls.
    I look forward to many more posts 🙂

    (and I would love a copy of your zine, makes me wish I could have the artistic flare you do)

    x MM

  3. Ali
    November 30th, 2009 23:31


    I have been lurking on your blog for a little while and have thoroughly enjoyed it. I feel very guilty for not commenting earlier!!! I have intended to – I was totally enamoured of the “Dark Angel” picture postcard you posted about a little while ago but I never got around to leaving a comment, sorry.

    I’d love to win a copy.

    Look forward to more great blog content from you.

  4. no blog norma
    December 1st, 2009 22:27

    ohh!!! what lovely bits. your blog sent me looking for the Jumbo icecream tin from my childhood ( which i found ) and those great postcards i still look for in the opshops .thankyou for a fabulous read and the views into your world.

  5. alice
    December 6th, 2009 23:52

    Those badges look great, Susannah! What an interesting collection

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