Aaaah, breathe deep. Do you smell it? That’s the scent of clean. Spring clean.
We’ve gotten the spring cleaning bug in our house. It started as the need for more space in our garage, for my growing pile of art fair booth stuff and for my husband’s new model train modules. So the rearranging commenced. But you can’t rearrange without some reorganizing and cleaning. And that sorting and organizing and downsizing has spread its way into other areas of our house, including my art supply cabinet.
And guess what I found in there… Items that I purchased when we were living in Italy, to giveaway on my blog! Apparently I never gave them away while there, they were shipped home from Italy with all of our stuff almost three years ago, I stashed them in my cabinet and forgot all about them. Yikes!!
So guess what I’m doing today? I’m finally giving these away! Plus, I found the Photojojo lens set that didn’t work out for me, and I’d love to see these go to a good home, where they might be used.
Here’s what I’m giving away by random drawing to four lucky winners:
One set of gorgeous Florentine cards and envelopes.
One blank notebook, with “C is for Camera” and vintage camera imagery on the front.
One set of Photojojo lenses and case. What’s included is what is shown: Telephoto iPhone lens and cover to attach it to an iPhone 5/5S, a set of three Photojojo lenses (FishEye, 2x Telephoto and Macro. I’ve lost the wide angle lens and cover that screwed onto the macro.) plus magnetic rings for attaching to any camera, and the Lens Wallet to store them. These are used and come as-is.
All you need to do to enter the drawing is leave a comment here by Monday, April 28 at 12:01AM EST. I’ll draw the winners at that time and announce them on my blog on Tuesday, April 29. Please, only one comment per person and indicate in your comment if you can use the Photojojo lens set. I want to make sure that goes to a person who can use it, so if your comment doesn’t say you can use it, you won’t be eligible to win it.
Thanks for your help in getting these items out of my house! Spring cleaning seems awfully fun this way, doesn’t it? More like a celebration than work.