SNEAK PEEK! WIN my new kit releasing Dec 24! (closed)

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I have a new kit coming out this week! Here’s a sneak peek and a chance to WIN it!

You can enter three different ways for more chances to win!
1. Subscribe to my newsletter.
2. Reply to this post and tell me your favorite childhood book.
3. Tweet the following: Win @AngeltownDesign ‘s newest digital scrap kit coming on Dec 24! http://bit.ly/e7vJOo #digiscrap

All entries must be received by 11:59pm EST today, Dec 23rd. I’ll use Random.org to pick a random winner!

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  • Kristin Daly says:

    One of my favorite childhood books is by Judy Bloom, Are you there God? It’s Me Margaret. Had my girls read it too. Can’t wait for these 3 to be old enough to read Judy Bloom books.

    • Angeltown says:

      Oh, that’s a fantastic book!!! And it’s an amazing feeling sharing a book you loved as a child with a child you love. I loved reading A Wrinkle in Time to my (my younger) sisters. 🙂

  • Veronica says:

    I have so many favourite childhood books! Where to start? The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle – I adored the way this book was presented with the caterpillar actually eating his way through the book! The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett – so beautifully written. So many more too!

    • Angeltown says:

      Oh!!!! The Very Hungry Caterpillar is my nephew’s favorite book right now. He loves to pretend he’s eating, too. heeheee 🙂

  • Marie says:

    First your sneek looks amazing !! My favorite childhood books was an idea of my 2nd grade teacher who knew I loved to read and asked my mother to buy me the “Anne of Green Gables” series. I am 32 years old now and I still have them.. and read them almost every year.

  • Angeltown says:

    Marie’s Twitter Entry 🙂

  • Angeltown says:

    Marie’s NL Entry :woot:

  • Angeltown says:

    Kristin’s NL Entry :woot:

  • Tanja says:

    One of my favorite childhood books is by Astrid Lindgren, Pippi Langstrumpf. I love this book and my girls, too.

    • Angeltown says:

      Yet another wonderful children’s book I need to read. I have really fond childhood memories of a Pippi Longstocking movie from when I was very young but I’ve never been able to find it again. I should definitely check out the original – thanks!

  • Tanja says:

    I subscribed to your newsletter!

  • MaryS says:

    My favorite childhood book(s) are the Little House on the Prairie set. I still have the set my mom gave my sister and i for Christmas one year, but I’m afraid to pick any of them up they are so worn they’d probably fall apart in my hands.

    • Angeltown says:

      I LOVE Little House on the Prairie and this is one of my very favorites from my own childhood! I have a set of the books, too, and I’ve really been wanting to reread them lately. I haven’t been able find them on audio (I mostly listen to audiobooks these days) so hopefully I’ll find time to read them again over the holiday.

      In grade school I even checked out a Little House on the Prairie cookbook which was wonderful and has some great recipes from that era. I remember making blueberry pudding using tin cans for the mold. I so recommend that cookbook if any of you have children that love Laura… here’s the listing on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Little-House-Cookbook-Frontier-Ingalls/dp/0064460908
      I may even get a new copy for myself 😀

  • MaryS says:

    I’m new to Twitter so I don’t know how to link to my tweet, but I tweeted.

  • Kendra says:

    I loved Laura Ingalls Wilder books and so many more–I was and still am a bookworm. One summer I read ALL of the Nancy Drew books LOL

  • Kendra says:

    I am a subscriber to your newsletter now 🙂