Update: Congrats to Jennifer Duran! You won this giveaway! Thanks to everyone who entered and to Felix Doolittle for providing this wonderful prize!
Felix Doolittle Bookmark Set Giveaway
I love Felix Doolittle illustrations. I was introduced to his endearing art years ago while working at a Boston area design office where he contributed to a graphics project. Last year I discovered and started following Felix Doolittle Sketches (the blog) and on Pinterest. Then just last week I learned Pragmatic Mom my all time favorite kid’s lit mom blog has a Felix Doolittle connection and would you believe I entered and won her Felix Doolittle Personalized Bookplates Giveaway?! Yay!
If you are looking for a special gift this holiday you really have to check out the Felix Doolittle online store which offers a variety of illustrated paper goods as well as paper weights, pendants, etc. Everything is special about these gifts starting with the illustrations! Felix Doolittle creates skilled, precious watercolor paintings of things ordinary and extraordinary which all so naturally embody child-like innocence and wonder. I haven’t opened my personalized bookplates yet because they were so nicely wrapped that I plan to put them right into my daughter’s Christmas stocking, but I am sure they are of the highest quality based on the printing and paper weight of the included note card that came in the package.
Some of my favorite items from the Felix Doolittle store are the illustrated bookmarks!
That is why I am so excited to be giving away a set of your choice to one lucky Doodles and Jots reader (U.S. residents only please)! Head on over to the Felix Doolittle bookmark product page and let me know which set is your favorite in a comment below. Then enter with Rafflecopter. Winner will be chosen December 17th at 8 pm.
Thanks for reading and good luck!
For more about Felix Doolittle and his visual story telling check out a video from his appearance on the Martha Stewart show here.
Disclosure: The prize for this giveaway is being provided by Felix Doolittle. Opinions expressed are my own.
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