Welcome Wise Friends,
Hooray! Mothers Day competition!
In celebration of Mothers let’s have a lovely competition! Begin by thinking about the beauty, kindness or boldness of your Mother (or Mother-figure or even Yourself-as-Mother).
A hearty (haha) zipped leather bag and a luxurious scented soap (both of which are Fair Trade and Made in India) which I purchased today from the wonderful Oxfam shop, and 3 of my art greeting cards. You can choose which card will please your Ma the best and keep the other 2 for friends or family another time. Or you can simply keep it all for yourself!!
3 Ways to enter:
- Suggest my Tangerine Meg Visual Artist page to some of your Facebook friends – only those you think may be interested!
How: Under my profile picture on the page click on the option ‘Suggest to Friends’. Click the friends you’ve selected on the list, and click ‘Send Invitations’. To let me know you’ve done this, leave a comment either here or at the Tangerine Meg Visual Artist page on Facebook. This will give you 1 entry into the competition. Whilst you’re there writing, do No. 2 or 3 for an extra chance if you like!
- Leave a comment at the bottom of this post telling me just a little of the wonderful person that is your Mother. This, too, will give you 1 entry into the competition.
- Leave a comment at my Tangerine Meg Visual Artist page on Facebook telling me a little about your gorgeous Mother. This is the third way you can get 1 entry into the competition.
So it’s possible to do all three things and get three chances to win. I am ok with you combining way 1 with way 2 or 3!
Entries close on Monday 26th April at 6pm, Australian Central Standard Time, to allow the best chance to get the parcel to you in time. Then everyone will be collected into a computer spreadsheet and I will select a winner using a random number generator.
I will email (or FacebookMessage) the winner to get their postal address so I can send the prize; and let you know here who won.
I will post this to you any where in the world. The lady at the Post Office said that mail is disrupted because of the volcano/planes situation, but normally it takes 2 to 3 days to Australian destinations, and 5 to 10 days to the US and Canada.
Oh, and in case you were wondering, Mothers Day is on May 9.
I am very much looking forward to hearing the great things about your Mommas! Perhaps I will do a tribute post to my Mum, too.
Enjoy your weekend,