December 11th, 2011

{12 Days of Yum} Rifle Paper Co. Giveaway: Gorgeous Print, Recipe Cards & Calendar [CLOSED]

Rifle Paper Co. Recipe Cards

A winner has been selected: congrats to Joy! And thanks to everyone else for reading and joining in the fun.

I’ve been waiting for this giveaway!!! Rifle Paper Co. makes some of the prettiest stationery and home things I’ve ever seen. Yes—ever! And one of you lucky lovelies is going to get a package of their gorgeous products.

I discovered Rifle Paper Co. last year when I ordered personalized holiday cards from them. I was amazed at how perfectly they captured us with drawings that have only dots for eyes and mouths. They were amazing—people actually called me upon receiving our card to tell me how much they loved it! (I, of course, am sending holiday cards from Rifle Paper Co. again this year.)

Rifle doesn’t just make stationery. They make gorgeous coasters, lovely prints (I love this children’s “Ant” print!) and this lovely heirloom recipe box.

See! Prettiest ever, right?!

To celebrate the holidays with us, Rifle Paper Co is giving one of you a sweet fruit-themed package of goodies including:

* A Citrus print
Rifle Paper Co Citrus Print

* A 2012 Fruit Calendar

front:
Rifle Paper Co Fruit Calendar front

full set of images:
Rifle Paper Co Calendar full set

* 1 set of lemon recipe cards
Rifle Paper Co. Recipe Cards

To be eligible to win, let’s get a head start on some goals for 2012! Leave a comment here by Thurs 12/15 sharing one food-related goal you’d like to set for yourself or your family in 2012. (Then you can mark it down on your new calendar!)

Good luck! And be sure to regularly check all of the giveaways in this series at The 12 Days of Yum HQ. (While you’re cruising gift guides, why not also take a peek at the One Hungry Mama 2011 Gift Guide. Yay for giving!)

*This prize package is valued at about $50.00 plus shipping and will be provided directly by Rifle Paper Co. to a winner in the U.S. selected by Random.org. This is not a traditional sponsored post in that I reached out to Rifle Paper Co. asking them to participate—not the other way around. I have not received anything for free in relation to this post/giveaway series and all opinions are strictly my own, thank you very much.

31 Responses

  1. Joy says:

    Our goal for next year is to add more beans to our diet.

  2. Rachel says:

    One of my goals is to start actually writing down my recipes and family recipes that have been verbally passed on to me so that I can share them more.

  3. Lindsay-Jean says:

    Hopefully making some homemade ice cream! (Santa, are you listening?)

  4. Susie says:

    Eating dinner together every night. Pretty simple, and we’re getting really close, but are not quite there yet.

  5. Sue C. says:

    My goal is to eat more fresh fruit and vegetables both raw and incorporated into recipes.

  6. Mel says:

    as im moving out into own apartment shortly, my food goal is to learn how to cook fab, healthy meals for one!

  7. meghan says:

    Every year it’s meal planning.

  8. Kristie says:

    Making double batches and freezing half.

  9. Kristen says:

    Exposing my children to a larger variety of vegetables and soybased products.

  10. Käthe says:

    I’m hoping to start slow cooking things in my slow cooker!

  11. Megan says:

    More veggies!!

  12. Stephanie Crosby says:

    My food goal for 2012 is to cook more FRESH veggies (not frozen).

  13. Rosie says:

    Trying more new ingredients.

  14. Kimberly M says:

    I want to use more fresh vegetables. I also want to try to use a bunch of the stuff I have in my pantry that I bought on a whim and never got around to using… (oops).

    Thanks for the contest!

  15. Elizabeth says:

    I hope to plant a larger garden and try canning this year.

  16. Meka says:

    I am going to try doing Bento boxes with fresh veggies for my kids AND me in 2012!

  17. Sarah says:

    My annual resolution is eating more fruits and veggies, but new this year is to try canning.

  18. carly says:

    My goal is to make all homemade baby food for my daughter.

  19. Abby Jenkins says:

    To be a calmer parent when my toddler refuses to try some of his foods! Also, to be a more creative lunch packer!

  20. Staci A says:

    My goal is to try out more new recipes each month.

  21. Catherine says:

    Eat more vegetables! (perhaps mandate certain days a week where veggies are featured for all 3 meals of the day)

  22. Sarah O says:

    Trying new veggies, grains, and fruits!

  23. My new Hubs and I love to cook and love to eat, and as young newlyweds, we don’t have a ton of money to spend on groceries. I want to save money and eat healthier. I love to bake and a lot of my favorite dishes aren’t the healthiest, so we could use some help with this goal!

  24. Miranda says:

    I’d like to expand our fruits and veggies that we eat

  25. cia says:

    Make more pasta by hand!

  26. Gary says:

    I would like to eat more whole grains

  27. Bill says:

    More green veggies!

  28. Gita Prasad says:

    Less fast food greasy stuff and more home cooked meals

  29. Rosie says:

    Practice the art of menu planning.

  30. Natalie says:

    Eat more veggies and make it to the farmer’s market more often!

  31. We already eat really darn healthy, and we belong to a CSA. But I’d really like to eat more chiles and mushrooms and perhaps more exotic ingredients (besides just carrots and celery and broccoli).