Taking the time to find a personalized gift shows that you care. A lot. Enough to take time to find a personalized gift. (wink) A coffee cup with their name on it–okay, you are thinking; but giving something useful and stylish like Sweet Life Paper’s charming notepads will definitely score a home run. The designer of Sweet Life Papers was kind enough to share a little about herself. She writes:

I have always been making creative things whether it be making a candle, sewing a pillow, ceramics, or watercolor painting. After working at a stationery company for a while I realized that I had an obsession with paper art and design and decided to make my own stationery company. I started by deciding my first product would be a hot pink stationery, but after only a few sales I realized that the hot pink wasn’t so hot. I made a full line of organic inspired designs that are full of color after that conclusion. I have 3 goofy dogs and always try to add a small amount of whimsy in my designs in honor of them. Whenever I’m working on my stationery I’m never alone because they are always here watching me. I love when I get repeat customers because that tells me that I’m doing something right. My only drawback is being a slight perfectionist when it comes to my stationery. Thank you to Keersten for letting me do this giveaway on her blog for a personalized notepad of your choice.”

I fell in love with Sweet Life Paper’s notepads. Check out her etsy shop and you’ll see why.

To enter to win your own customized notepad, leave a comment telling us which of Sweet Life Paper’s designs you’d like to give to a friend by Monday, Dec. 13th. This contest is open to US and Canadian residents.

*Extra entries can be earned by blogging, tweeting, or posting on Facebook (with links) about this giveaway. Please leave a comment for each additional entry.

The winner will be chosen by random.org and announced on Tuesday Dec. 14th. Good luck!

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