Tuesday, November 6

giveaway time!

I've decided that it's time for not only one giveaway, but two!!
The instructions for entry are simple, but you will have to do something in return... read on...

My first giveaway is for this pack,

In order to be in the draw to win pack #1 above, you need to leave a comment on this post here on the blog.  I'd love to hear some feedback from you - whether it's about some of the posts on the blog, your response about whether you still send as many Christmas cards as you used to, or even some suggestions for products.  Just leave your comment and you are eligible to win.

This pack contains three popular cards, a small square notebook with the Paris' Seine river on the front, and a handmade concertina book.

To go into the draw to win this pack, you need to head on over to the luciandjoe facebook page and like us over there.  That's it!
Anyone who's liked us over there from when we launched last month, to when this draw closes on the 30th November is eligible to win this pack, which contains a small square notebook, three popular cards and a small concertina book.

I'm more than happy to send the winners' packs to wherever on the globe you live, so sign on up!
If you like us on facebook and leave a comment here, then you are eligible to win both packs.
There's truly no catches :)

I'll be closing the giveaway at the end of the 30th November, and will use a random number generator to decide the winners for both.  I'll get in contact via your facebook page, or email reference here on your account, so please make sure that each is up to date.

Enjoy  :)


  1. Hi! I still make and send cards to those who I know will appreciate the effort of handmade things. There's something nice about getting mail rather than posting a Facebook greeting or sending a text to mark an occasion.
    I love buying boxed card sets so an 'all occasion' set of cards and envelopes would be a great addition to the luciandjoe collection.

  2. I still send cards at Christmas to family and friends along with a Christmas letter letting them know what we've been up to in the last year, often its the only time we manage to chat to friends from afar that due to work/life/kids/business etc we don't have the chance to see

  3. I went to the Piccadilly market in Geelong and fell upon your stall. The pads in old books were just gorgeous and for old books to be used in such a fashion is great. I can imagine them as favourite Christmas presents: the right title for each person. Much better than gathering dust somewhere. Congratualations