Lionheart personalised notelets Giveaway

Our next giveaway is so cute that I actually want it for myself, however it being my competition I can’t enter, so here is what is on offer for a lucky winner:
These gorgeous personalised notelets are being kindly donated by Lionheart Stationers, a small family business based in London.  They make and produce hand illustrated personalised stationary for all ages and occasions and also lots of commissioned work.  Everything is printed on recycled paper in their home studio.
What a great way to leave a lasting impression on someone – this prize will be personalised with whichever details you would like on them.  You can chose the card colour (White or Cream) and the envelope colour, the font and font colour!  These are being made for you in your own unique style.  The design is called bookwork and comes as a set of 50 address cards and envelopes retailing at £30.
Lionheart Stationers are currently running a special offer at the moment – for 3 packs of personalised Thank You notes ordered everyone gets 1 pack for free, in a design of their choice!

For your chance to win this great prize please fill in the Rafflecopter form below – this competition will end at Midnight on 28th July.  Good Luck.

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49 thoughts on “Lionheart personalised notelets Giveaway

  1. Probably my Dad's Mum as she died when he was young. I'd love to hear all the stories about when he was a kid.

  2. I would write to my nan and grandad in Cornwall – we never write any more but prefer the telephone or e-mail. Everyone should write that special letter x

  3. I would write a letter to my best friend from school, we used to write to each other all the time during lessons and it would be fun to send her one to relive old memories 🙂

  4. I would write a special letter to each of my children telling them how special they are to me @Bobbity666

  5. I would write to my gorgeous children and tell them how exceptionally proud of them I am.
    They are of different ages and abilities, but live their lives by my advice to 'always' be the best person you can be.
    Some things just have to be written down to look back on and cherish for years to come.

  6. My grandma wrote me a letter seven years before she died – and hid it way …I was given it on the day of her funeral …I would love to be able to reply to that wonderful letter xx

  7. I'd write to each of my boys for them to open on a special day. Either their 18th/21st or wedding day

  8. I would send a letter to my mum, whom I lost nine years ago this week. I would tell her how her granddaughters are getting on and let her know I'm a granny too and trying to be a good granny the way she was!

  9. I would write to my children and tell them all about the lovely things they do, (and some of the not so lovely things but which will be quite funny to look back on), how much I love them, and what things they love at the moment – so when they are older they can read all about it, know how much they are loved and smile lots about all the funny things they did x

  10. I would write a letter to my little sister,in fact I always send her postcards from places I've been(just to let her know I'm thinking of her!)

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